The women of Washington High School work actively to spur change in their communities and educate others.
The narrative of black history has consistently overshadowed current problems. It’s time to focus on the future.
Due to the quickly spreading Omicron variant, many teachers are falling sick, resulting in staff shortages that negatively impact the teachers who are filling in as well as students’ learning.
For the 2021-22 school year, Washington High School welcomes new staff onto campus.
Parents of students, along with political parties, debate whether “Critical Race Theory” should be taught in our schools.
District wide effort led by the Core Literature Adoption Committee to introduce new concepts to classes.
It’s important to consider the nutritional value of free school lunches because of the large number of students who regularly eat them.
As COVID-19 cases slowly decrease, Bay Area health officials are giving the go-ahead to reopen schools and begin in-class learning for many K-12…
As the holidays began to approach, Washington announced that they had joined Irvington, American, Kennedy and Mission High in their yearly competition: Winter…