School begins promptly at 8:45 AM.
Students should be in line promptly by 8:45 AM. Students reporting after 8:45 AM must be signed in by a parent or guardian via the main entrance. Dismissal is at 2:55PM.
Breakfast is served everyday from 8:20AM-8:40AM.
We at WES adhere to the district’s uniform policy. Please ensure that your child does as well.
BOYS - Navy Blue pants or shorts and yellow collared shirts, short or long sleeved
GIRLS - Navy Blue pants, shorts, jumpers or skirts and yellow collared blouse, short or long sleeved
OPTIONAL - Navy Blue sweaters or vests
GYM DAYS: All students must wear/bring sneakers on their designated gym days.
All students should wear dark blue sweat pants with sweat tops or plain T-shirts in the school colors, (yellow and dark blue), on gym days only. Additionally, students may wear “Washington School” purchased T-shirts on designated days.
Before the Bell Program
Washington Elementary School Before the Bell programs allows parents to drop off their child/children to the school at 7:30 the earliest. The parent must walk the child
into the building and sign them in for that day in the designated room or with the designated teacher.
At the sound of an alarm, everyone must exit the building and follow the diagram for each room. Immediate movement should be done quickly and quietly to ensure everyone’s safety; therefore students nor staff are permitted to go to closets to retrieve sweaters or coats when the fire alarm rings. All students will return to the building as promptly as possible.
EMERGENCY EVACUATION DRILLS
The Roselle School District has developed a Crisis Management Plan that is designed to minimize danger to anyone within the school should an emergency occur. Our main objective is to attend to the health and welfare of your child in the event of a crisis.
We plan and conduct drills to prepare students and staff for potential emergencies or crisis situations. These include both lockdown and evacuation drills. Our primary objective is to assure the safety of your child. Washington School students and staff walk to L.V. Moore Middle School during evacuations.