2018 Summer Lunch Program

Child hands receiving a school lunch from lunch worker

Attention! WCSD Summer Lunch Program

Free summer meals are available to all children age 18 and younger within Washington County.

Monday-Thursday, June 4-July 19 2018 NO meals on Friday! (except Sandtown Park)

  • Legacy Elementary 280 East 100 South St. George, Utah 11:45-12:45 P.M.
  • Red Mountain Elementary 263 East 200 South Ivins, Utah 11:45-12:45 P.M.
  • Dixie Sun Elementary 1795 West 1230 North St. George, Utah 11:45-12:45 P.M.
  • Hurricane Community Center 35 West State Street Hurricane, Utah 11:30-12:30 P.M.
  • Washington City Veterans Park 75 East Telegraph Washington, Utah 11:30-12:30 P.M.
  • Sandtown Park 600 North Bluff Street East Side of Park St. George, Utah 11:30-12:30 P.M. Tuesday-Friday

Adult meal and second meals may be purchased at a cost of $4.00/meal. CASH ONLY!

This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider


The Washington County School District and Southern Utah’s Food Bank are providing around 2,500 meals a week to hungry school aged children this summer. The summer nutrition programs are filling the gap for low-income children who lose their free or reduced meals offered during the school year. The free lunch is provided weekdays in seven area parks or schools in neighborhoods with the most need. The School Summer Lunch Program began June 4 and runs until July 19. The Utah Food Bank program runs through August 4, 2018. For a list of locations and times of the Washington County School District Summer Lunch Program go to the School district’s website at www. washk12.org. and click on the top of the home page. Daily lunch menus are also available on the site.

More Information and Locations


summer lunch program poster 2018

 

 

District Building Projects

Construction worker in hard hat
Construction is moving at a furious pace in Southern Utah and the Washington County School District is no exception. In an effort to keep up with demand the WCSD is currently constructing three new schools. A high school, middle school and intermediate.

For questions regarding these projects please contact:

Craig Hammer
Director of Facilities
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435-673-3553

PROJECT LOCATION EST. COMPLETION PLOT MAPS
Crimson Cliffs High School Washington City Start of 2019-20 School Year Plot Map
Crimson Cliffs Middle School Washington City Start of 2018-19 School Year Plot Map
Washington Fields Intermediate Washington City Start of 2019-20 School Year Plot Map

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To improve communication with parents, guardians and students, Washington County School District Technology expanded its ability to deliver phone, email and SMS text messages using SchoolMessenger. SchoolMessenger will be used to communicate in emergency situations as well as inform parents of day to day progress and school events.

We invite you to fully participate in the process by opting in to SMS Text messaging and keeping contact information in PowerSchool up to date. Just complete two simple steps:

  1. Opt in to SMS Messaging by sending the word Yes, via text message, to the number 68453. SchoolMessenger will only send text messages to cell phone numbers whose recipients have agreed to receive them.
  2. Make sure you contact information is up to date by logging in to your PowerSchool Account and accessing the Demographics Change Page.

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New Director of Technology

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Lawrence Esplin as the Washington County School District Technology Director. Lawrence will replace Charlie Roberts who will retire at the end of this contract year.

Lawrence Esplin began his teaching career at Dixie High School in the fall of 1981 after graduating from SUSC, now Southern Utah University. He taught World and US History, Psychology, Sociology, Consumer Math and computer classes. He coached sophomore football and worked with the Academic Decathlon team. He also worked as a school counselor at DHS.

At Pine View Middle School Lawrence taught an introduction to computers and technology to 8th and 9th grade students. In the middle of his PVMS tenure he spent a year as a teacher on special assignment implementing computer labs in the elementary schools.

When Snow Canyon Middle School opened, Lawrence continued to teach Computers, Technology and coach football. His interest in technology eventually led to working as Secondary Schools Technology Coordinator in the beautiful bungalow called the Tech Coop, behind what is now Southwest High. Y2K fears prompted the district to adopt a new Student Information System and PowerSchool became his focus. Lawrence continued to serve as a technology coordinator with Charlie Roberts leading Technology as an independent district department.

Lawrence reports, “The best thing about working in the school district is the diligent and dedicated people. What was the least favorite thing? In my early days of teaching at Dixie High School, I often became a target at pep rallies for pie throwing. I was a Cedar High graduate and at that time Cedar was the rival. Things have changed and cross town rivals have replaced DHS vs CHS.”

Lawrence married Elaine Matheson while attending SUSC. They are the parents of two boys and three girls, all attended and graduated from WCSD schools. His favorite hobby is being grandpa to 14 amazing students and prospective students. Other interests including: reading, writing, technology, biking and hiking in the red rocks of southern Utah.

Please join with us in welcoming Lawrence to his new responsibility as the new Director of Technology.

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