Washington Middle School students recently used a triple beam balance to measure the mass of a block in Sebastian DiNapoli’s science class. Then students used a ruler to measure the length, width, and height of that block. Finally, they used the formula density equals mass divided by volume to calculate the density of the block.
JPS Superintendent Tim O. Mains Talks with Media One About New School Year – Listen to Podcast
August 31, 2015
JPS Holds New Teacher Orientation
8/31 – JPS Board of Education Meeting – 5:30 p.m.
August 28, 2015
Washington Students Work on School Garden Over Summer Months
August 27, 2015
JPS Announces 2015-16 Opening Day Information
August 21, 2015
9/3 – JPS Opening Day – All Schools Half Day with 11:30 a.m. Dismissal
August 19, 2015
Washington School Students Awarded Bikes Through Physical Education PBIS Project
August 14, 2015
JPS Offers Step Up to Writing Workshop
August 7, 2015
JHS Football Staff Helping Future Red Raiders
August 6, 2015
Axeman MC Announces “Fill the Bus” School Supply Drive Until 9/12!
August 5, 2015