See Something. Say Something. Ver Algo. Di Algo.


Learning Through Ice Cream

Ms. Cater’s class has been learning all about our 5 senses throughout the month of September. Along with exploring our senses, we have been learning our alphabet and tasting different ice creams that begin with the week's letter. So far we have tasted Americone Dream (A), Buttercream Birthday Cake (B), and Cookies and Cream Cheesecake Core ( C). This week we will use our sense of taste, feel, and smell, as we try Dippin’ Dots for the letter D.Students, have enjoyed using their senses to explore different ice creams as they also learn the letters of the alphabet. 


Cala Cater's class

International Dot Day

Miss Emily Benton's class celebrated International Dot Day by making dot art with coffee filters and BINGO dotters. Each child decorated their own dot, cut them apart and made new dots for each child.

Preston showing off his dot for International Dot Day     Ryan showing off his dot for International Dot Day     Logan showing off his dot for International Dot Day     Alex showing off his dot for International Dot Day

Peach vs Apple

Ms. Beck’s class did an experiment where they compared apples and peaches. Emanuel saw the size of the peach pit compared to the apple seeds. Bella laughed when she squeezed the peach!


Emmanuel is comparing a peach pit to an apple see           Bella laughs while squeezing a peach

Exploring Out Environment

Ms. Bayse's class is exploring the environment on our nature trail and enjoying sensory play in class



Children's Online Privacy Protection Act – COPPA, Protecting Student Privacy - Know Your Rights

Each school year. Greenville County Schools are required to notify parents and eligible students (18 years and older) of their rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), the Pupils Protection of Rights Act (PPRA), and the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Please view the following links to learn your rights.

Click here to view the FERPA and PPRA information page

Click here to view the COPPA information page

About Us

Washington Center is a separate school facility for students with severe/profound intellectual disabilities.  Students are served on a specifically designed campus where there are 18 classrooms.  Additional space includes cafeteria, student kitchen, greenhouse, gym, media center, therapy rooms, multisensory suite, adapted playground, nature trail, nurse’s station, and administrative offices.  All students are served by classroom teachers as well as by instructors in the areas of Art, Music, Physical Education, Daily Living, Library, and Environmental Science.  The staff also includes para-professionals, nurses, and therapists (occupational, physical, and speech).