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Do you need help with using the district provided technology devices or programs? Call (785) 408-8720 or email parenttechsupport@usd437.net for assistance. Individuals will be available during the school day Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and in the evenings Monday through Thursday from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

Please note that this is a tech support line for issues with chromebooks, logins and digital curriculum products. If you have questions about assignments or class details such as Zoom/Google Meet links, please contact your student's teacher.

Auburn-Washburn Tech Support

Auburn-Washburn Tech Support

Posted 10/6/20, 7:00 AM

Do you need help with using the district provided technology devices or programs? Call (785) 408-8720 or email parenttechsupport@usd437.net for assistance. Individuals will be available during the school day Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM and in the evenings Monday through Thursday from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM.

Please note that this is a tech support line for issues with chromebooks, logins and digital curriculum products. If you have questions…

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The Auburn-Washburn Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday, October 12 at 5:30 PM (1 hour earlier than normal meeting time). The purpose of the meeting will be to hear an update on the planning for the return of elementary students to five day per week on-site school on October 19.

The meeting will be held in the Board of Education room at the district office. The meeting is open to the public but due to social distancing requirements, space will be limited. Facial coverings will be required. The meeting will being livestreamed at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRwJNAoewdg4ZWBf4sYYZ5w/live.



BOARD OF EDUCATION TO HOLD SPECIAL MEETING MONDAY

Posted 10/12/20, 5:28 PM
The Auburn-Washburn Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday, October 12 at 5:30 PM (1 hour earlier than normal meeting time). The purpose of the meeting will be to hear an update on the planning for the return of elementary students to five day per week on-site school on October 19. The meeting will be held in the Board of Education room at the district office. The meeting is open to the public but due to social distancing requirements, space…

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Congratulation to students Allison Reed and Kaitlin Jackson for earning national awards for their History Day projects. The two were recognized at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, October 5.

Allison earned first prize at National History Day in the Individual Documentary competition for her presentation entitled “All the World Loves a Baby: Breaking the Two Pound Barrier.” Kaitlin, in her first trip to National History Day, earned 10th place in the Historical Paper category with her paper “The Struggle to Break the Sound Barrier.”

Allison Reed also recently learned that she was the $6,000 Grand Prize winner of the Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes’ annual Discovery Award competition,

Allison and Kaitlin are pictured with Auburn-Washburn Superintendent Dr. Scott McWilliams, WRMS Paraeducator Alice Bertels, Board of Education President Tom Bruno, and WRMS Teacher Lindsey Dowell.



Students Recognized for National History Awards

Posted 10/6/20, 4:23 PM
Congratulation to students Allison Reed and Kaitlin Jackson for earning national awards for their History Day projects. The two were recognized at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, October 5. Allison earned first prize at National History Day in the Individual Documentary competition for her presentation entitled “All the World Loves a Baby: Breaking the Two Pound Barrier.” Kaitlin, in her first trip to National History Day, earned 10th place…

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Beginning October 19, Auburn-Washburn will transition elementary students to a five day per week On-Site (Phase 3) learning program. The Hybrid model (Phase 2) will no longer be offered for students in these grades. However, we will continue to offer full-time Remote learning (Phase 1) for any family that chooses.

We are requesting that parents complete an online form for each of their elementary children indicating their preferred education phase for second quarter. If you haven't already completed the form, please check your parent Campus Portal emails for the form link and complete information. Thank you.

https://campus.usd437.net/campus/portal/auburnwashburn.jsp



Auburn-Washburn USD 437

Posted 10/2/20, 8:56 PM
Beginning October 19, Auburn-Washburn will transition elementary students to a five day per week On-Site (Phase 3) learning program. The Hybrid model (Phase 2) will no longer be offered for students in these grades. However, we will continue to offer full-time Remote learning (Phase 1) for any family that chooses. We are requesting that parents complete an online form for each of their elementary children indicating their preferred education phase for second…

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Driving a school bus can be an extremely rewarding job that makes a positive difference in the lives of students and their learning. You are the person that helps start a students day in a positive way, as well as deliver them home safely at the end of a day.

Auburn-Washburn USD 437 is currently looking for additional school bus drivers and activity drivers to support the safe transportation of our students. We need more drivers to support both in person and remote learning. Training is provided. Wage rates start at $15 per hour and up with school bus driving experience.

You can view the position and apply here:
https://smrtr.io/4rvdq

It is also a great way to be involved in the school district.

See the Top Ten Reasons list to become a school bus driver from our drivers: http://usd437.net/downloads/employment/bus-driver.pdf

You may find along the way that you discover a new passion for a career in student transportation!

To learn more about transportation or other positions please visit our careers page at: http://usd437.net/careers/



WE NEED SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS!

Posted 9/28/20, 6:56 PM
Driving a school bus can be an extremely rewarding job that makes a positive difference in the lives of students and their learning. You are the person that helps start a students day in a positive way, as well as deliver them home safely at the end of a day. Auburn-Washburn USD 437 is currently looking for additional school bus drivers and activity drivers to support the safe transportation of our students. We need more drivers to support both in person…

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