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!

Asthma Information

New Jersey State law allows students to carry and use medication for asthma or other potentially life threatening illness, i.e. severe allergy to bees. Written permission from a parent/guardian and the child’s physician is required yearly, stating that he/she is capable of taking this medication unsupervised, and has been taught how and when to properly use it. Special permission forms are available in the Health Office.

All medications, including those for self-medicating, must be kept in their original pharmacy labeled containers with students’ name, medication name and its dosage and frequency.

Each time medication is self-administered, the School Nurse is to be notified. Therefore, students taking inhalers before gym or at regular intervals should report to the Health Office to use the medication as in the past. The purpose of this legislation is to allow students to self-administer their medications in school at the beginning of an asthma episode or as soon as possible after a bee sting to prevent a life-threatening situation.

The School District and its employees or agents are not responsible for any injury and shall incur no liability or claims arising from self-medication by a designated person. Parents can choose not to allow their child to self-medicate if they have concerns.

If you have any questions or concerns please call the Health Office at Brass Castle School at 689-1188 ext 3607 or the Health Office at Port Colden School at 689-0681 ext 2507.

Asthma Treatment Plan

School Medication Orders from Doctor

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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