“Each one of the classes will be making a poster that parents can vote on and that class will win a prize,” Kelley said.
Also on display will be the winning SEAPERCH entries from the WHS NJROTC corps and the Project Lead the Way class. The two recently won first and second place in regional competition in Bloomington and will be heading to the state round in Jasper.
“Some of the curricular classes, you will see classroom activities,” Kelley said. “They are activities that are hands-on and interactive.”
Kelley said there will also be raffles and drawings. An iPod shuffle is one of the items up for drawing.
“We also have some prizes we are coming up with so people can win,” Kelley said.
At 7:30 p.m., there will be performances in the WHS auditorium from the school’s arts classes.
“We have some special activities planned,” Kelley said.
“It’s going to be a fun night, and guess what? It’s free. We want the parents and the community as a whole to be invited and to feel welcome into Washington High School and to see the great things that are happening. Because our kids deserve that.”