Dr. Templeton hosted a Q&A session about our student support that includes the Drug Free Communities Grant and Unite! Washougal’s coalition, both of which are working to help students make healthy choices, and prevent substance abuse.
Dr. Mary Templeton, Superintendent; and special guests Renae Burson McMurray; Angela Hancock, board member; Betty Gabel; Margaret McCarthy; Lisa Bennett; Amara Farah; Wendy Butler; and Vitali Turlac for an hour, and share about these programs, classes, and ways to get involved in this effort, which ensures a bright and healthy future for every Washougal student.
Resources shared at the event are listed here to help patrons find out more about this powerful work that is supporting Washougal families.
April’s Tea Time with Templeton will focus on our new Dual Language program, stay tuned for details about this exciting opportunity for Kindergarten students and their families!