Last Day for Students
Friday, May 22 is the last day of class for students in Auburn-Washburn. The district administrative office will
remain open throughout the summer. Online registration for the 2015-2016 school year can be completed by families
usd437.net/enrollment. Walk-In Registration will be held on July 28, 29, and 30.
All families can register online and then come to Washburn Rural High School during the Walk-In Registration
sessions to complete the process if needed.
2015 Yearbook Distribution
Washburn Rural High School 2015 yearbooks will be distributed
at Walk-In Registration July 28 - 30.
Summer Library Hours to Connect & Win
Students may checkout materials from the high school library for the summer.
Complete the permission form,
with parent signature, then make your book selections!
Visit the Connect & Win site
to learn more about prizes for summer activities with social media connections.
Summer School: English, Math, & Science Credit Recovery
The registration deadline for summer school is Friday, May 8 for fall semester courses and
Tuesday, May 26 for spring semester courses. Seats are limited and are filled on a
Click here for details or to register.
2015-16 Online Registration Available
Online Registration (OLR) is open for the 2015-2016 school year. Log in to
Campus Portal and select
"Online Registration for Currently Enrolled Students for 15-16 school year",
located in your Inbox. Be sure to select the 15-16 school year. If you need
assistance, please contact your school. You may also contact the Online
Registration Helpline at (785) 339-4955.
Families new to the district may complete the
New to District
20 Ways to Encourage Reading Habits with Your Child
Click here for helpful tips to encourage reading habits with your child.
Give Back a Backpack
Auburn-Washburn is collecting new and gently-used backpacks through June 5. Backpacks may
be dropped off at any district building, and will be offered during Walk-In Registration
in July to students who need one. This project is part of
437Connection, which focuses
on giving back to students and families in the district.
Want to learn about earning FREE college credit? Check out the articulation agreements on the CTE Website.
The IB Diploma Program is an academically challenging and balanced program that meets international
standards in education, and prepares students for success in college and beyond.
Click here for more information about International Baccalaureate.