Junior Madison Compton won the hashtag contest recently held by Washington-Nile's Tech Team. Compton, who wins a t-shirt and will be featured on our social media pages, was the first student to submit #WeAreWest, the winning hashtag chosen by middle and high school students. All staff, parents, and students are encouraged to use #WeAreWest when posting any of the outstanding events and happenings in the Washington-Nile School District.
Come join the fun at West After Prom at Shawnee State University Gymnasium from 12 AM to 3 AM.
$10.00 and a free T-shirt if you pay prior to event. $10.00 at the door with no t-shirt. Tickets and t-shirt orders will be taken in the cafeteria during lunch.
Food! Games! Prizes! Cash Awards!
The Washington-Nile Local Schools are having a Designer Purse Bingo event to raise money for the UCAN Legacy Scholarship Fund. An opportunity for men, women and children to have exciting fun while also contributing to furthering the education of our youth.
The Purse Bingo will be held at Portsmouth West High School cafetorium on Thursday, May 4, at 6:00 p.m. to participate and have a wonderful time. Along with Bingo there will be door prizes, raffle drawings, vendors and concessions.
Purchase your ticket prior to the event for $20.00 ($25.00 at the door). Your ticket gives you 15 Bingo Cards and one entry into the main raffle drawing. Extra Bingo Cards are also available for purchase. Please contact the High School to purchase your ticket today!
Students of the Month for March 2017 are Audrey Stratton, Senior, Marissa McGraw, Junior, Kasey Johnson, Sophomore, and Tyler Ingles, Freshman. Congratulations and keep up the hard work!
One of the chief goals of the Washington-Nile School District is to develop the talents of each student to the fullest extent possible. West offers a variety of subjects and we encourage students to challenge themselves and make the most of the possibilities offered at Portsmouth West High School.
The information provided in this REGISTRATION GUIDE has been prepared to assist students in choosing their course of study in high school. It is provided so that they may study it carefully and make choices that will have a lasting effect upon their lives. Parents are also encouraged to consult with their child(ren), the guidance counselors and other members of the school staff about this process.