Washington Street News & Announcements
Washington Street Elementary was honored today with the Literacy Leader Award from TalentFirst, an honor that recognizes West Michigan schools leading the way in student achievement and growth in reading.
For more than 20 years, the Oshtemo Grange gifts each 3rd grade student a dictionary to aid them as they improve their literacy skills.
WSE's Conflict Manager program is a leadership program for students to learn how to solve conflicts and mentor their peers.
Washington Street Elementary is named a National CKH Showcase School for the 3rd year in a row.
To honor Otsego's former mayor, Cyndi Trobeck, our elementary schools have a special little library focused on strong women and kindness.
All three Otsego elementary schools participated in the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart challenge, an annual fundraising opportunity to both raise money for AHA programs and to teach kids how to stay heart healthy and have raised $27,946
National Honor Society students are turning their attention to the homeless as winter settles in, launching a Share the Warmth campaign.
The annual Mother/Son Game Night and Father/Daughter Dance registrations are open!
Cookie Capers! Students are helping give a smile to those dealing with tough times at the holidays through this sweet effort.
Congratulations to the 2022-23 Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year, Val Sabatke, a 1st grade teacher at Washington Street Elementary.
With our new website comes a new app! Download it today and have everything you need at your fingertips!
The legacy of running in Otsego is expanding! An elementary cross country program is starting this fall.
Meal charges are set to return for students beginning with the 2022-23 school year. However, you may still qualify for free or reduced meals.
The Otsego Public Schools Foundation has a 4-year plan to invest almost $150,000 for our students.