Washington passes out prizes


Washington Elementary faculty assist students in picking out their prizes as part of the end of school year Wild Cat Cash Royal Assembly with Miss Gallia County and her court in attendance. Students throughout the year are recommended by staff and faculty to have their names put in a drawing for prizes for practicing good citizenship and behavior. According to Washington Elementary staff, roughly 13 carts of toys and goodies were purchased for children. Two trampolines were also given away as part of the year end celebration.


Dean Wright | Sunday Times-Sentinel

Washington Elementary students dance it up Wednesday as part of the Wild Cat Cash Royal Assembly.


Dean Wright | Sunday Times-Sentinel

Washington Elementary faculty assist students in picking out their prizes as part of the end of school year Wild Cat Cash Royal Assembly with Miss Gallia County and her court in attendance. Students throughout the year are recommended by staff and faculty to have their names put in a drawing for prizes for practicing good citizenship and behavior. According to Washington Elementary staff, roughly 13 carts of toys and goodies were purchased for children. Two trampolines were also given away as part of the year end celebration.

Washington Elementary students dance it up Wednesday as part of the Wild Cat Cash Royal Assembly.

Washington Elementary faculty assist students in picking out their prizes as part of the end of school year Wild Cat Cash Royal Assembly with Miss Gallia County and her court in attendance. Students throughout the year are recommended by staff and faculty to have their names put in a drawing for prizes for practicing good citizenship and behavior. According to Washington Elementary staff, roughly 13 carts of toys and goodies were purchased for children. Two trampolines were also given away as part of the year end celebration.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_DSC_0038-2-.jpgWashington Elementary faculty assist students in picking out their prizes as part of the end of school year Wild Cat Cash Royal Assembly with Miss Gallia County and her court in attendance. Students throughout the year are recommended by staff and faculty to have their names put in a drawing for prizes for practicing good citizenship and behavior. According to Washington Elementary staff, roughly 13 carts of toys and goodies were purchased for children. Two trampolines were also given away as part of the year end celebration. Dean Wright | Sunday Times-Sentinel

Washington Elementary students dance it up Wednesday as part of the Wild Cat Cash Royal Assembly.
http://mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_DSC_0076.jpgWashington Elementary students dance it up Wednesday as part of the Wild Cat Cash Royal Assembly. Dean Wright | Sunday Times-Sentinel
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