Port Washington-Saukville School District 100 W Monroe St, Port Washington, WI53074 This school district serves both the Port Washington and Saukville communities. The Port Washington-Saukville High…More School and the Thomas Jefferson Middle School are both located in Port Washington, while elementary schools can be found in both towns. The district participates in a variety of programs to add to the students' learning, including a national initiative known as Character Counts, and other initiatives such as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
Port Washington Parent's Council PO Box 575, Port Washington, NY11050 Port Washington Parent's Council is a nonprofit, volunteer-operated organization providing a forum for communication…More between parents, educators and home-school organizations. The council is dedicated to promoting the welfare of children, developing and implementing education policy, supporting and unifying parent-teacher organizations, raising community education awareness and involvement and improving home/school relationships.
Port Preschool 131 N Webster St, Port Washington, WI53074 Port Preschool's 4K program has been a partner with the Port Washington-Saukville school district since 2008. The school…More also has a 3K program, and each grade has its own lead teacher as well as an assistant teacher. The school is located inside First Congregational Church in Port Washington and operates as a separate entity.
Port Washington High School 427 W Jackson St, Port Washington, WI53074 Home of the Pirates, Port Washington High School offers a wide variety of academic and athletic programs to help each…More student excel. Port High School meets all state mandated educational requirements, and offers Advance Placement classes for students learning at a faster pace. The Port Pirates participate in football, cross country, tennis, swim, soccer, volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, hockey, track, golf and wrestling at junior and varsity levels. Art clubs, music clubs, language clubs and more are also ways students are encouraged to get involved.
Port Washington Police Athletic League 325 Main St, Port Washington, NY11050 The Port Washington P.A.L. is a nonprofit, tax-exempt athletic league for minors. The average enrollment cost for team…More sports is $120 and includes baseball, softball, football and lacrosse. The programs start as young as pre-kindergarten and lead up to junior high school.
Port Sailing School 87 Orchard Beach Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050 Chris Nihill opened Port Sailing School in 2004 to share his passion for sailing with the Port Washington community. The…More sailing season begins April 1st and runs through October 31st. Lessons are available for all experience levels. The school has a fleet of nine boats including Sonar 23 keelboats, J34 sailboats, Beneteau sailboats and Dufour yachts.
The Port Washington Teachers Association was founded in 1932. It is the voice of the teachers of Port Washington. As…More such, it speaks on behalf of all teachers, department chairpersons, guidance counselors, librarians, psychologists, speech clinicians, and social workers.</p>
<p>The constitution of the Association lists as its objectives:</p>
<li>To work for the welfare of the teachers and school children of Port Washington.</li>
<li>To promote the general welfare of the school system.</li>
<li>To stimulate interest in, and methods for, professional growth.</li>
<li>To form a representative body able to speak with authority on behalf of all teachers.</li>
<li>To work for higher standards of professional ethics.</li>
<li>To promote understanding and cooperation between the teachers and the community.</li>
<p>There are two groups that are affiliated with the Port Washington Teachers Association. The Substitute Teacher Chapter represents the interests of per diem substitute teachers. The Retired Educators of Port Washington is an organization whose membership encompasses all retirees of the Port Washington schools.</p>
Port Catholic School 446 N Johnson St, Port Washington, WI53074 Port Catholic School is an educational facility located on North Johnson Street in Port Washington. The school is a…More faith-based, Catholic parochial school for students in grades Pre-3 - 8th grade. The school offers on-site child care as well athletics, bus transportation, art programs and much more. The school offers numerous sports programs including volleyball and basketball for both boys and girls. Check the main site for details on programs or call for information on registration and rates.
Bach to Rock of Port Washington 1015 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050 Bach to Rock is a music school with locations in New York, Maryland and Virginia. Bach to Rock holds weekly jam sessions…More and battles of the bands to encourage group practice. Other programs include private and group lessons for popular instruments and classes to learn DJ techniques, recording arts and audio technology. It also hosts birthdy parties and summer camp programs.
The Port Washington Public Library has been serving the community since 1892 when it was housed in a local family's…More front parlor. Today, the library is a modern service-oriented institution - named by a national consortium of professional librarians as one of the 50 best in the nation.</p>
<p>The library serves the Port Washington School District and is funded primarily by local taxes levied on real estate. There is no charge for school district residents to join. As the library is member of the Nassau Library System, the Port Washington Public Library card entitles residents to borrow materials from any public library in Nassau County and materials borrowed from other Nassau libraries may be returned here.</p>
Bach to Rock 1015 Port Washington Blvd, Port Washington, NY11050 Bach to Rock is a music education school for students of all ages from early childhood through high school and beyond.…More it offers lessons and recording studios at each of its schools, and more.
The Port Washington Union Free School District is made up of seven schools -- five elementary schools, one middle…More school and one high school. It also has a pre-kindergarten program.</p>
<p>The district offers students a broad range of learning opportunities from computer technology and creative arts to physical education and health.</p>
<p>With a staff dedicated to encouraging students to reach their potential and enhance their talents, all of its schools meet the New York State learning standards and assessments.</p>
<p>Dr. Geoffrey Gordon retired as superintendent of Port Washington Union Free School District in July 2012, and had served the district since September 2002.</p>
<p>Dr. Kathleen Mooney is currently serving as the district's interim superintendent.</p>