to the Johnston City Junior High softball team on beating Marion 12-2, and claiming the state championship yesterday, October 9!


CONGRATULATIONS to the Johnston City Junior High Lady Indians softball team!!!  They beat Triad on Wednesday, October 8, 10 - 1!  They now play for the state championship on Thursday October 9 at 1pm, against Marion. Good luck, and GO INDIANS!!!


Go Indians!!!

CONGRATULATIONS to the junior high softball Indians on their Class L Regional Championship! The Indians will play Saturday, October 4, at the Centralia Rotary Park for the first round of the state championship playoff. The Johnston City game is scheduled to begin at noon, and the ladies will play Carlyle. Students in the 8th grade and younger will pay $2 to enter the game. All others will pay $5. Stay tuned for further game and fan information!

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* Reminders * Please remember that Washington School is a BALLOON FREE, LATEX FREE & PEANUT FREE building due to allergies.

*Cafeteria doors open at 7:30 a.m. All students are to enter the cafeteria doors (including bus riders, walkers, parent drop off, and bike riders).  Students should proceed to breakfast or go into the gym. Breakfast ends at 7:55a.m. Students are dismissed one grade at a time at 7:55a.m. to go to class. School begins promptly at 8:05a.m. Any student tardy to school must first check in to the school office for a pass to class.



The mission of Johnston City Community Unit District One is to prepare citizens who will be lifelong learners.