Mrs. Ferris, Washington librarian, was named Montana History Teacher of the Year. Click here for the article about her achievement!
Washington School's 1st annual Heritage day! October 23, 2014
Amazing animals assembly September 2013
Celebrating our very own military hero!!
In September, our school crossing guard, John Louk, was selected to travel to Washington D.C. on the Montana Honor Flight. Washington staff and students, along with John's family, surprised him with a hero's sendoff on the school playground. Cheers, flags and even a hot air balloon with the names of all of the Honor Flight veterans were part of the celebration. Congratulations John! We are proud to call you a member of the Washington family!
Mr. Linwood Tall bull on September 9, 2012
Linwood Tall Bull, Northern Cheyenne ethnobotanist, spent a day at Washington School teaching us about plants and Northern Cheyenne culture. CLICK HERE to read about it in the Billings Gazette.
Mr. Burton Pretty on Top on October 9, 2012
Burton Pretty on Top, Cultural Director for the Crow Tribe, shared information about Apsaalooke culture with the students of Washington School.
Ms. Birdie Real Bird on November 15, 2012
Birdie Real Bird, a Crow tribal member and beadwork artist, shared her art and knowledge of Apsaalooke culture, art, and language. Every Washington School student made a miniature cradleboard of his/her own.