WTSD Families – If your financial situation has changed due to recent events, please complete the Free & Reduced Application for Breakfast and Lunch.

This application can be found on the Cafeteria page of our website.  Please return the application using one of the following methods:

Email (jflynn@washtwpsd.org), Fax (908-689-2356), or mailing to Brass Castle School, 16 Castle Street, Washington, NJ  07882.

 

As directed by Governor Murphy all schools will be closed until further notice.   The Governor does not “intend to assess the reopening of schools until at least April 17, 2020, at the earliest.” 

 

Additional information may be accessed by viewing the E-Blasts section of the website.

Please contact the main offices with any questions or concerns, during this time.

Stay healthy and safe!

About

Washington Township School District Brass Castle School Sign

Welcome to the Washington Township School District located in beautiful Warren County.

Our school district consists of two elementary schools, the Port Colden School and the Brass Castle School, educating students in grades kindergarten through sixth. Washington Township School District is a place that reflects, nurtures and promotes the sense of fellowship so valued by the community it serves.

Three teachers standing having their picture taken at an event

The district has evolved towards a student-centered curriculum rich in quality literature where the process as well as the product of writing is stressed. In Math there is an emphasis on problem solving and application in addition to computational skills. We have rapidly expanded technology, so that our students have access to not only equipment and software, but are able to integrate technology into their day-to-day activities. The entire faculty has been trained to use technology as a teaching tool. The district also offers many co-curricular activities such as Coding Club, Talent Show, Gardening Club, Photography Club, Field Hockey Club, and Blue and White Band.

The teaching staff is a dynamic, diverse group of veteran and new teachers, who eagerly participate in professional development. Committed to quality, our teachers continue to reflect upon current practices in light of recent research findings. The faculty is committed to an instructional program which fosters and enhances the development of a community of learners within which students learn to set and achieve high standards.

Funds raised through PTA activities support many aspects of the curriculum through enrichment and cultural activities, new materials and equipment. Most important, however, is the positive and cooperative relationship of the parents, the teachers and the children who work together on a variety of projects. We are proud of the exceptionally high and active involvement by Washington Township families in our school activities and functions. In closing, the high quality efforts of all of our teachers, parents, students, and staff members continually move us toward our goals of achievement and overall program excellence.


Mr. Keith T. Neuhs

Mr. Keith T. Neuhs
Superintendent of Schools
kneuhs@washtwpsd.org

Mrs. Jessica L. Garcia

Mrs. Jessica L. Garcia
Principal, Brass Castle Elementary
jgarcia@washtwpsd.org

Mr. Michael J. Neu

Mr. Michael J. Neu
Principal, Port Colden Elementary
mneu@washtwpsd.org

Harassment, Intimidation, & Bullying (HIB)


Beginning with the September 2011-2012 school year, our district has conscientiously implemented the requirements in the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act. For additional information please click the Read More button.

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