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Auburn-Washburn is currently in the second year of a five-year Strategic Plan (usd437.net/downloads/district-info/strategic-plan.pdf). One of the goals in that plan is community engagement which is described as providing timely, accurate, and relevant information to all stakeholders in our school community as well as to engage and listen to them as partners in education.

One of the ways we can listen to our patrons is through a community survey. We have partnered with a research firm to gather statistically valid input on several areas of our work. The primary feedback will be gathered by reaching out to a representative sample of our patrons via a phone survey. It is possible that you may receive a call during the survey. If you are called, please take a few minutes to share your thoughts.

If you are not called but still wish to share feedback, we have set up an online version of the survey. Just go to www.surveymonkey.com/r/USD437CommunitySurvey2017 to participate. The online survey will be open through December 20.





Temps at 44.... What better time for a "Frostbite Festival" at Washburn Rural High School!!!

***Coats and gloves are optional.***

Auburn-Washburn USD 437 shared WIBW Eric Ives's video.

December 13, 2017
Temps at 44.... What better time for a "Frostbite Festival" at Washburn Rural High School!!! ***Coats and gloves are optional.***…
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In November the Auburn-Washburn Board of Education awarded its first ever Shining Star Award. The award recognizes a student whose attitude, efforts, and contributions to the school community go above and beyond. The November recipient was Pauline South student Melanie Moses.

Congratulations Melanie! Pictured (l to r) are Board of Education President Trisha Brooke-Fruendt, Superintendent Dr. Scott McWilliams, Melanie Moses and PS Principal Chris Holman.



Auburn-Washburn USD 437

December 9, 2017
In November the Auburn-Washburn Board of Education awarded its first ever Shining Star Award. The award recognizes a student whose attitude, efforts, and contributions to the school community go above and beyond. The November…
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