wednesDAY, april 24


Today is a A day 

If any student, yes including boys, are interested in playing sand volleyball for ***FREE***, please leave your contact information for Coach O in her mailbox in the Activities Office. Doubles and Quads (co-ed as well in both leagues) are available for the months of May and June! Even those who will be graduating this year are able to play! 


If you are signed up to take any AP exams, you must attend the following session: 

9th Graders: Thursday, April 25th during I-Learning 

10th Graders: Tuesday, April 23rd during I-Learning 

11th Graders: Thursday, April 25th during I-Learning 

12th Graders: Wednesday, April 24th during I-Learning 

All sessions are in the Wash Cafeteria. 

If you have any questions, or if you cannot attend, please see Mr. Smith in room 145. 

Volunteer stylists from the community will be helping with hair and makeup for Prom in the Student Center from 10:30am-2:30pm the day of prom, Saturday April 27th. If you’d like an “appointment” sign up with Ms. Oldag in room 220 or have a teacher e-mail her your name to get you scheduled. 


Seniors who haven’t picked up their cap and gown can do so now in the activities office. 


The Washington Literary Press is seeking poetry, prose, art, and photography from Washington students for its final issue of the year – Fingerprints. This issue is printed in full color on high quality paper. No theme – share your best work with us. Drop it off with Duer in Room 232 or send it to The deadline is April 25. 


Please support the Future Business Leaders of America and eat a Panera Bread. On Wednesday, May 1, 2019 from 4:00pm – 8:00 p.m. 20% of proceeds go to support our FBLA’s students go to San Antonio in the summer. Please show a picture of the flyer locate outside room 215 or around the school. 

  • New lower prices until the end of the year! Iced Coffee is now $2 and Hot chocolate is only $1. 


If you are interested in playing softball, sign-ups will be in the activity’s office this week. 


Today’s Events 

5:30 AM-6:30 AM: MWM Swim Practice in WHS Pool 

7:00 AM-3:00 PM: CPI Training School Event – WHS Room 128 

7:50 AM-9:29 AM: Band Practice in WHS Auditorium 

9:34 AM-10:59 AM: AP Test Registration in WHS Café 

3:00 PM-4:00 PM: Meeting, Brothers 2 Brothers, Sisters 2 Sisters in WHS Room 129 

3:00 PM-7:30 PM: One ACT Festival Practice in WHS Auditorium, WHS Little Theatre 

3:15 PM: Golf- Girls JV Meet vs. Prairie High School, Thomas Jefferson @ Twin Pines Golf Course 

4:30 PM: Tennis-Girls JV1 Match vs. Linn-Mar @ Linn-Mar High School 

5:15 PM: Soccer-Boys JV2 Match vs. Jefferson @ Kingston Stadium 


Happy Birthday Today! 

Alan Bernal-Raymundo 

Christopher Chasten 

Noah Losch 

Elijah Mally 

Jean-Pierre Van Horn 

Ian Wolverton-Weiss 


Staff Happy Birthdays! 

Amy Rouse! 






































































Cedar Rapids Community School District takes your safety seriously and welcomes your input. Please contact your building principal/administrator and report any safety concerns that you may have. This includes bullying, harassment, discrimination or anything that you feel threatening Thank you for helping us keep staff and students safe.




To:          Washington High School Parents

There Are 390 Iowa High Schools
But One Stands Out From The Others!

  1. Winner of the "Breaking Barriers" Award from the IDOE for highest % of African American students proficient in reading and math on the Iowa Assessments of any school in Iowa!
  2. Iowa's "Number One Ranked School" on the Iowa AP Index for the 10th consecutive year!
  3. CWR is on U.S. News and World Report’s List of “America’s Best High Schools”(multiple measures, including Iowa Assessment scores, not just AP).
  4. CWR is the only Cedar Rapids High School on Newsweek List of Top 500 “Beating the Odds” High Schools in America; 13 Named Statewide(multiple measures, including Iowa Assessment scores, not just AP).
  5. The CWR composite average score on ACT is well above the state average of 22.2 and the national average of 21.0.
  6. Dozens of CWR musicians made All-State, and nearly all ensembles received Division 1 ratings at large group festivals/competitions.

Let’s make 2018-2019 even better!