April 21st Easter Egg Hunt
April 22nd 9:45 -11:00 (9th and 11th grade) and 1:00 – 2:30 Girl Power Panel with all female students. 10th and 12 grade)
April 22rd ACT EXAM
April 25th Senior Field Trip 1:00 – 3:00 pm
April 29th Washington Park Advisory Board Meeting 2:00 – 3:00 pm
May 2nd Root Beer Float Sale 1:00 -3:00 pm
May 8th Dads and Lads Program 9:30 -11:00 am
May 8th – 9th Mothers Day Hanging Plant Sale
May 14th – 21st Spring Plant Sale
May 14th – May 17th Senior Finals
May 21st – 23rd Final Exams
May 22nd Senior Breakfast
May 22nd SPO Meeting and Cookout for students and families 2:30 -4:00 pm
May 27th -28th Graduation Practice
May 29th CTE Picnic (Last Day of School)
May 30th Graduation 10:00 am
Spanish students- Spanish parenting vocabulary is at http://www.washingtonpark.us/spanish_resources
Parents: PLEASE DO NOT CALL YOUR STUDENT'S CELL PHONES WHILE THEY ARE AT WASHINGTON PARK. PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE INSTEAD AT (216) 482-2670 AND HAVE US CALL YOUR STUDENT TO THE OFFICE TO TALK TO YOU.
AT WASHINGTON PARK, OUR STUDENTS EARN CAREER TECH DIPLOMAS, AS OPPOSED TO TRADITIONAL DIPLOMAS.
*Small Animal Care Science
Our students are offered unique opportunities including:
*experience growing and selling plants at our plant sales
* attending horticulture related events off of our school campus
*serving the community through volunteer projects
*attending a Spring overnight camp with Future Farmers of America
SEE PHOTOS FROM OUR RECENT OVERNIGHT CAMP WITH FFA!!! CLICK BELOW:
FIRST TEE GOLF PROGRAM -Two classes will be participating. See more details of the First Tee Program at:
MOTTO: Embracing the environment one student at a time
MISSION: Our mission is to empower students through experimental learning and community partnerships inspired by plants, animals, and the environment.
Washington Park is located in a park where some people walk their dogs. Here are some ways to avoid dog bites here at Washington Park, in other parks, and in general.
* Don't approach dogs that you don't know, especially when tied up.
* Allow a dog to see and sniff you before attempting to pet it.
*Never turn your back and run. Instead, remain still and avoid eye contact. If possible, toss an object to distract the dog and slowly back away. If attacked, you can try to stuff clothing or an object into the dog's mouth.
*Never bother a dog that is eating, sleeping, or caring for puppies.
Washington Park Environmental Studies Academy
3875 Washington Park Blvd.
Cleveland, OH 44105