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2022-2023 Kentucky Summative Assessment (KSA) Results for

Proficient Reading: 24% | Distinguished Reading: 17% | Proficient Math: 36% | Distinguished Math: 10% | More information can be found on the Kentucky School Report Card:

2023 Kentucky State Assessment Results for North Washington Elementary School

  Math Proficient Math Distinguished Reading Proficient Reading Distinguished
Elementary 28% 4% 20% 21%
Middle 38% 28% 35% 25%

2023 Kentucky State Assessment Results:

  Math Proficient Math Distinguished Reading Proficient Reading Distinguished
Elementary 33% 7% 22% 19%
Middle 30% 16% 32% 15%
High 20% 8% 30% 14%


Family Resource and Youth Services Centers

Washington County Elementary School & Washington County Middle School
Jesse Mattingly: FRYSC Coordinator for WCES, WCMS

Brianna Jones: District FRYSC Assistant

  Open 7:30am-3:30pm
(and by special appointment)

WCES/WCMS FRYSC Contact: 859-336-7554

FRYSC Mission Statement

To enhance students’ ability to succeed by developing and sustaining partnerships that promote:

Early learning and successful transition to school
Academic achievement and well-being
Graduation and transition into adult life

Grandparent Raising Grandchildren
Contact the FRYSC for information about resources to support grandparents who are raising their grandchildren.  Support groups and possible financial resources are available in our area.

Adult Education/GED/English Language Learners
The Washington County Adult Education Center is located on the Springfield Campus of Elizabethtown Community and Technical College. For information, the center is open on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:00am to 3:00pm

Elizabethtown Community and Technical College
Springfield Campus,160 Corporate Drive , Springfield, KY 40069
Phone: 859-336-1704 E-mail:

FRYSC Services
The Washington Co. FRYSC provides a variety of services to families with children from birth through graduation. A family does not have to have a school age child to request FRYSC services. Early intervention and early learning is a big part of the FRYSC mission. Some of the services available are listed below:

Clothes closet
Food pantry
Parenting education workshops
Baba Commander Book Club
Born Learning Program
Cradle School
Drug education and prevention
Leadership opportunities
Career/Job preparation
Counseling referrals
Parent and Grandparent Groups
Nutrition Education
Food Backpack program
Student of the Month at the middle and high school
Insurance Application Assistance
Collaboration with DCBS
Volunteer Program

Important Phone Numbers

GED/Adult Ed – 336-1704
House of Hope – 336-0140
Community Action – 336-7766
DCBS/Food Stamps/K-CHIP 336-9395
Washington Co. Library – 336-7655
Springhaven Domestic Violence Program (800) 767-5838
BUS – Transportation (800) 456-6588
Housing Authority – 336-7645
Childcare Payment Assistance – (800) 809-7076

Free or Low Cost Clothing Resources:
The Lord’s Dream – 375-2031
Dominic’s Closet – 336-0379
Heavenly Treasurers – 140 E Main St Springfield KY

Jesse Mattingly

Faculty Information


Contact Information

School Email

The primary goal of Family Resource and Youth Services Centers (FRYSC) is to remove non-academic barriers to learning as a means to enhance student academic success.

Each center offers a unique blend of programs and services determined by the needs of the population being served, available resources, location and other local characteristics.

FRYSCs have established a record of success based on improved student performance in class work, homework and peer relations as reported by teachers. Parents, too, report they experience greater satisfaction and involvement with the schools as a result of assistance through their local FRYSCs.

Brianna Jones

Faculty Information

FRYSC Assistant

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