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Wildcat Day 2019 - student volunteers needed!

Wildcat Day Student Leaders needed! Do you want to earn volunteer hours over the summer and receive a free TShirt? Please consider signing up as a student leader for Wildcat Day 2019! All that's needed is a willingness to serve and share your excitement for all things Washington with our incoming Baby Cats.

Volunteers must be available on both July 11th and July 12th.

Student Volunteers must sign up here using the Google Form.

Please see Mrs. Gordon or Ms. Williams with questions!

2020 Trip

Booker T. Washington High School students have the opportunity to travel to London, Paris, and the Alps in June of 2020. This 10-day trip is not to be missed! Space is limited. See Coach Voeltz for more information. wvoeltz@escambia.k12.fl.us

Student Parking Information

Students, you must apply for a Student Parking Decal. Here is the link to the application:

 

Student Parking Decal Application

 

 

Students must have: 

(1) Valid Driver's License 

(2) Proof of Auto Insurance

(3) Vehicle Registration

(4) Drug Consent Form (signed and notarized)

 

Cost:

$5.00 - Senior Students

$3.00 - Underclass Students

2018/2019 Rights and Responsibilities Handbook

Students, you must acknowledge receipt of 2018/2019 Rights and Responsibilities Handbook. You may click here to access the Google Form in order to electronically sign for the handbook.

 

 

 

2018/2019 Wildcats of distinction 

1. Ben Spears, class of 2019, qualifies for the All-County Academic Team

2. Both Boys and Girls Swim Team finish second at districts and participate in Regionals

3. Boys Cross Country qualifies for Regionals

4. Marching Mighty Wildcats qualify for the FSU TriState Honor Band:

Kody Kimberl - Tuba

Madeline Markham - Flute

Andrew Conner - Trumpet

Aundre Conner - Jazz Bass

Jack Lloyd - Clarinet

5. Diona Murphy qualified for the State Weightlifting Chanmpionships

6. Keyaundra Mobley is Miss Washington 2019!

7. The following Wildcats were recognized at the 65th Annual Youth Art Focus at Pensacola Museum of Art:

  • Painting:
    • Third place - Katie Munoz
    • Second place - Ben Crossin
  • Drawing:
    • Third place - Loc Pham
    • First place - Scarlett Coffey
  • 2-Dimensional Works:
    • First place - Savannah Creel

8. Senior Daniel Perkins attended the Lancaster International Piano Festival last July (July 13-22, 2018) in Lancaster over a ten day period of learning from masters in piano from all over the world and then competed against other pianists from all over the world of various ages. He won the competition performed a solo recital and  Concerto with the Millersville University Symphony Orchestra. Click here for the links to Daniel's performance.