Washington High School
Massillon, Ohio

77th Performance of Handel's Messiah

77th Performance of Handel's Messiah Handel's "Messiah" 77th Presentation Sunday, December 12th, 2021 at 3pm, will be the seventy-seventh presentation of Handel's Messiah by the Washington High School choirs. After not being able to get together last year for our tradition, we are so excited to come back together! Our students are truly excited to once again be a part of this tradition, one of...

Class Reunions Update

As we are heading fully into spring, restrictions on large gatherings are starting to loosen. The same restrictions for wedding receptions apply to class reunions which include bar, buffet, and dining restrictions. Dancing and larger crowds are now permitted, but masks and social distancing remain in effect. It is also not certain how many will be permitted to attend football games yet, and that...

2021 Distinguished Citizens Postponed

This year's WHSAA DIstinguished Citizens program has been canceled because of the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions in Ohio. It takes several months of work by both the WHSAA Distinguished Citizens and WHSAA Scholarship committees to put the three-day event together. The current plan is to honor last years awardees (Dennis Franklin '71, Rodney Klein '53, Jeff Timmons '91, and Edward Grier '51) in the...

Massillon Schools Shine

At a time when most of Ohio's city school districts struggled, our Massillon City Schools under the leadership of Superintendent Paul Salvino ('97) remained open and fully operational with just a little district-wide "online" instruction during the Covid-19 surge in December and again around the faculty inoculation days. From the very beginning of the 2020-21 school year students were given the...

The Mary Nemeth Strukel ('54) Scholarships

The late Mary Strukel was one of the most ardent Massillon Tiger supporters and as a member of the Massillon Board of Education she worked hard to make sure student success continued in the academics, arts, and athletics of our district. One of Mary's projects was establishing the "Obie" insignia on Ohio license plates for those who wanted it. There were a lot of hoops to jump through and various...
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