What's Up At Washington Square



  • Attendance: If your student will be missing class, please communicate with Washington Square and their Home High School. Our Attendance Guidelines are posted here.

  • The End of 3rd Quarter is March 10th.

  • Upcoming Field Trips:

3/1 Half of Law Enforcement Field Trip to Broomfield Police Department 9 AM-12 PM

3/2 Sports Medicine 1/2 to Dove Valley 1:00P.M. - 3:30 PM

3/3 Sports Medicine 6/7 to Dove Valley 1:00 P.M. - 3:30 PM

3/7 Trades classes to AC Apprenticeship Fair 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

3/15 Half of Law Enforcement Field Trip to Broomfield Police Department 9AM-12PM

3/15 CSI Year 2 to CBI Denver 10:30AM- 11:45AM

Important Dates

NTHS Induction Ceremony

Tuesday, March 14th, 5:30-7:30pm

1500 East 128th Avenue

Thornton, CO

Spring Break

Monday, March 20th, 8am to Friday, March 24th, 3:30pm

Adams 12 Five Star Schools

Skills USA Competition

In February, our students competed at Washington Square to qualify for the SkillsUSA Colorado State Leadership and Skills Conference. This year's conference will happen April 3rd - 5th at the Pueblo Convention Center.

Students that qualify for nationals will go to conference in Atlanta this summer.

We are proud of all of the students who competed and congratulations to all of the students that qualified for State!

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HOSA State Conference

February 21st - 24th EMT & Sport Medicine students attended the HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) State conference at the Sheridan in Downtown Denver.

Our students competed against 4,000 other students in the state in the; Biomedical Debate, CPR, EMT, Healthcare Issues, Medical Terminology & Sports Medicine events.

We are so proud of our students that competed and how many of them placed in the top 10 of each of the events!

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Program Look Ahead

What’s happening in March in each program.

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Student Highlight - EMT

Reese Tiffany is a Senior at Horizon High School.

Reese originally joined the EMT class because his friend was joining and he was curious to know more about EMTs. Now, he loves being in the EMT class because the challenge the class presents him. He is proud of how much medical knowledge he has learned through the class. He also likes the class for the social element "Students from different high schools across the district have to learn how to work together, for the benefit of a patient in need." , Reese explained.

Reese plans on starting his career as a paramedic with a firehouse and eventually wants to become a Critical Care Flight Paramedic.

Reese is currently attending Western Air Flight Academy on top of his High School classes and just received his second degree black belt in taekwondo.

Area News

The City of Northglenn Youth & Teen Programs wants to hear from local teens!

Share your thoughts about Northglenn’s programs to see how they can offer recreational activities and events that interest you.

Fill out the survey at: www.northglenn.org/teensurvey


Contact the Youth & Teen Programs Coordinator at:

teens@northglenn.org or 303.450.8844.

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