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Rights & Responsibilities

Students in Samantha Stansell’s Washington Center class have been learning about the rights and responsibilities through Unique Learning lessons. Throughout the month of September, students have been learning about their rights and responsibilities as students in school and members of the community. Click here to continue reading about rights and responsibilities through the Unique Lesson

Go Exploring

Throughout history, people have been awestruck by the beauty of the night sky. The students and staff of Washington Center have been challenged to “Go Exploring!” this school year, and the students in Ms. Benton’s class spent the first week of school fulfilling that challenge by studying outer space. To continue reading about Exploring the Night Sky click here

Greenville Mural

Washington Center students in Laurie Beck's room show their appreciation for our new school mural. Students from Riverside High School's Art Club and AP Studio designed and painted the mural under the direction of their art teacher, Rachelle Bianchi. Click here to read more about the Greenville mural at Washington Center

The Great Washington Center Bake Off

As a follow-up to the N2Y news topic of the week ”The Great British Baking Show”, Washington Center school held its own baking contest.  Five classes created their dessert specialties for staff to sample, and then vote for their anonymous favorite. Click here to continue reading about the Great Washington Center Bake Off

Good Luck Mrs. Regina

Washington Center students Frankie Robinson and Justin Simmons present Regina Gravitt with a Seagull Thumbprint poster of thanks for serving as the school’s former Cafeteria Manager for nine years. Click here to continue reading about Mrs. Regina

School's First Day of School

Students in Mrs. Jean Ashmore’s Washington Center homebound class spent their first day of school talking about what exciting things that were done over the summer.  With the teacher, they read a book titled School’s First Day of School, by Adam Rex. Click here to continue reading School's First Day of School

Brookdale Greenville Senior Living

Friends from Brookdale Greenville Senior Living welcomed Washington Center students and staff Back to School with a generous gift basket of cleaning supplies and tissues. Click here to continue reading this story about Brookdale Greenville Senior Living

WC's New Principal

Washington Center’s new principal, Mrs. Teshia Hair welcomes new student Logan Dressler during the school’s annual Meet the Teacher event. Click here to continue reading about WC's New Principal

About Us

Washington Center is a separate school facility for students with severe/profound intellectual disabilities.  Students are served on a specifically designed campus where there are 18 classrooms.  Additional space includes cafeteria, student kitchen, greenhouse, gym, media center, therapy rooms, multisensory suite, adapted playground, nature trail, nurse’s station, and administrative offices.  All students are served by classroom teachers as well as by instructors in the areas of Art, Music, Physical Education, Daily Living, Library, and Environmental Science.  The staff also includes para-professionals, nurses, and therapists (occupational, physical, and speech).