Washington Elementary School

March Newsletter

A Message from Ms. McLarty

Washington Elementary - We Are Doing it!

It's interesting to think that it was about this time last year when we implemented guidelines and changed schooling to decrease the spread of COVID. As I think about where we were and how we have worked through new situations and ways to think of school, one thing has remained the same, Washington students, families, and teachers are doing it!


It's taken teamwork and support for each other. I am proud of the work we have accomplished. As we start the fourth quarter of this school year, I want to share a word of thanks and appreciation for your continuous support.


Washington Elementary has remained strong in our community for 135 years and I see a bright and strong future ahead!

Parent Class Offered by Adult Education

Helping Parents Navigate Virtual Learning is a NEW class offered by Fayetteville Adult Education to help parents who want to learn how to navigate the distance learning environment to better be able to help their child be successful learning online. The class is mainly designed for parents of elementary and middle school students, but parents of students at any level may enroll.


The class is free and will begin on March 8. The class will involve 40 hours of classroom instruction. To enroll, adult learners must complete the application and the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) pretest at the Fayetteville Adult Education building at 612 S College Avenue.


For more information and to schedule an appointment, contact Fayetteville Adult Education at 479-444-3041 or email adultedinfo@fayar.net