Gone but not forgotten


Reaching out to students

A recent banner on the closed, front doors of Washington Elementary in Gallipolis, shared a sentiment teachers and students are experiencing across Gallia County. The banner simply read, “We miss you!” The school recently replaced that banner with two new ones - one says “Congratulations” to kindergarten graduates and another proclaims “Congratulations” to fifth grade graduates. The banners provide an opportunity for students to stop by school one last time and take a photo to note their accomplishments, while also practicing social distancing. The banners will be removed for the summer on Monday, June 1. (Beth Sergent | OVP)

A recent banner on the closed, front doors of Washington Elementary in Gallipolis, shared a sentiment teachers and students are experiencing across Gallia County. The banner simply read, “We miss you!” The school recently replaced that banner with two new ones - one says “Congratulations” to kindergarten graduates and another proclaims “Congratulations” to fifth grade graduates. The banners provide an opportunity for students to stop by school one last time and take a photo to note their accomplishments, while also practicing social distancing. The banners will be removed for the summer on Monday, June 1. (Beth Sergent | OVP)


A recent banner on the closed, front doors of Washington Elementary in Gallipolis, shared a sentiment teachers and students are experiencing across Gallia County. The banner simply read, “We miss you!” The school recently replaced that banner with two new ones – one says “Congratulations” to kindergarten graduates and another proclaims “Congratulations” to fifth grade graduates. The banners provide an opportunity for students to stop by school one last time and take a photo to note their accomplishments, while also practicing social distancing. The banners will be removed for the summer on Monday, June 1. (Beth Sergent | OVP)

A recent banner on the closed, front doors of Washington Elementary in Gallipolis, shared a sentiment teachers and students are experiencing across Gallia County. The banner simply read, “We miss you!” The school recently replaced that banner with two new ones – one says “Congratulations” to kindergarten graduates and another proclaims “Congratulations” to fifth grade graduates. The banners provide an opportunity for students to stop by school one last time and take a photo to note their accomplishments, while also practicing social distancing. The banners will be removed for the summer on Monday, June 1. (Beth Sergent | OVP)
https://www.mydailytribune.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/42/2020/05/web1_5.21-Washington.jpgA recent banner on the closed, front doors of Washington Elementary in Gallipolis, shared a sentiment teachers and students are experiencing across Gallia County. The banner simply read, “We miss you!” The school recently replaced that banner with two new ones – one says “Congratulations” to kindergarten graduates and another proclaims “Congratulations” to fifth grade graduates. The banners provide an opportunity for students to stop by school one last time and take a photo to note their accomplishments, while also practicing social distancing. The banners will be removed for the summer on Monday, June 1. (Beth Sergent | OVP)
Reaching out to students