(WASHINGTON) - On March 7, the community of Washington will be invited to the high school's first "Hatchet Highlight" night from 5:30 to 8 pm.
The evening starts with a free chili supper in the auditorium and at 6:30 p.m., an academic showcase will take place in the Hatchet House.
Various classrooms will have booths set up for parents and community members to see the accomplishments of classrooms. One demonstration scheduled is the SEAPERCH competition entries from the engineering students and NJROTC Club.
The teams recently earned the top two spots in regional competition and will advance to state in Dubois County.
"It is an opportunity to open our high school to the public to show there are many things that are worthwhile," says Superintendent Daniel Roach.
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