The Washington School District food service staff Tuesday prepared over 3,600 meals for district families, and that number is increasing as more families sign up.
The COVID-19 or coronavirus pandemic has made these times uncertain, but in a world of chaos and every-changing situations, a Washington business is focusing its effort on serving the community.
Due to school being closed amid the coronavirus pandemic, the Washington School District began its free grab and go meals Tuesday with two pickup locations — Washington West and Marthasville elementary schools.
The city of Washington and the Chamber of Commerce are working with the Missouri State Department of Economic Development to help the state provide assistance during the coronavirus crisis.
Washington School District officials said they have worked through a collaborative process to implement an Alternative Method of Instruction (AMI) plan to be utilized as school is closed due to the coronavirus.
The Archdiocese of St. Louis has decided to extend the closure of schools until April 27. This includes St. Francis Borgia Regional High School and all Catholic grades schools in this area.
The city of Washington approved three pre-annexation agreements to prepare for the Meadowlake Farm subdivision to join the city.
Businesses across the state and here locally have made changed to their hours and some have closed due to the coronavirus outbreak that is sweeping across the nation.
Franklin County Presiding Commissioner Tim Brinker has confirmed on Friday, March 20, a resident of St. Louis County who is employed at Mercy Hospital Washington tested positive for COVID-19. The affected person did not display any symptoms of the virus until March 19, 2020. The positive …
In addition to the cancellation of many events and programs, local churches are suspending regular worship services in response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak.
In an effort to protect patients and caregivers from the spread of COVID-19 infection, a group of St. Louis health care providers have announced the cancellation of elective procedures, effective Monday, March 23.
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has forced some area food pantries to suspend their services to the community, including St. Peter’s United Church of Christ (UCC) Food Pantry and the Harvest Table.
At a recent meeting Parks and Recreation Director Wayne Dunker informed the park board of a planned facelift for the freight building and caboose on Front Street.
Due to the CDC recommendation that no gatherings with 50 people or more take place for the next eight weeks to slow the spread of coronavirus, Downtown Washington Inc. is postponing several events, including:
The Harvest Table, the free community meal served on Saturday evenings from 5 to 6 p.m. at St. Peter’s United Church of Christ, 20 E. Fifth St. in Downtown Washington, will be closed for the next two weeks.
Students in the Washington School District will not be returning from spring break in an effort to help contain and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
All schools in the Archdiocese of St. Louis, which includes St. Francis Borgia Regional High School and all Catholic grade schools in this area, will close beginning Wednesday, March 18.
Washington School District Superintendent Dr. Lori VanLeer notified parents, students and staff Sunday night with a phone call blast about the latest in how the school district is handling the coronavirus.
With spring break next week, the Washington School District said it’s “taking careful steps” for when students return to the classroom March 23.
With spring break next week, the Washington School District said its “taking careful steps” for when students return to the classroom March 23.
Nominations are now being accepted for the WINGS Teacher of the Year and Support Staff Person of the Year awards for the Washington School District.
The Washington School District, St. Francis Borgia Regional High School and other parochial grade schools sent letters to parents Monday assuring them they are taking preventive measures to provide the safest learning environment possible for students.