OUR MISSION AT WASHINGTON-NILE LOCAL SCHOOLS:
To provide the best possible education for each and every student.
This portion of the website focuses on resources for parents, teachers, and students who are gifted. We hope that you will find these links helpful and instructive. We trust these will help us achieve our mission of providing the best possible education for every student, regardless of ability.
Please visit our new webpage Washington-Nile Gifted Education Resources for helpful and instructive weblinks
To contact us directly regarding our Special Education services, please contact:
Special Education Director
Gifted Education Services
Talented and Gifted students had an enriching and eventful year thanks to Mrs. Sherman. Students researched, did classroom readings and assignments, wrote and filmed original public service announcements, created brochures and took field trips in their exploration of diversity in various cultures, languages, social issues.
Social issues relevant to them were addressed in PSA’s broadcast to classrooms. The PSA’s gave messages on anti-bullying, smoking prevention, smart texting, and the importance of recycling.
In their studies of human and animal adaptation, including endangered species, a year end field trip to The Wilds animal conservation park gave them a special behind-the-scenes look into how animal conservation is conducted.
TAG Students Visit 'The Wilds' Animal Conservation Park
Our Senator TAG Students have been traveling through time researching and studying music, novels, important people, and important events beginning in the 1920s all the way through the 2000s. Through our pictures, you are invited to step back Through the Decades. See what it was like to live through the Great Depression, come disco with our 70s girls, sock hop with the 50s, or keep on keepin’ on with the 60s.
Kendall Ford, Olivia Kirkpatrick, Emma Sayre, and Abigail Hazelbaker, The 70's!
Read more to see more photos of the TAG Through the Decades