Mrs. Allison Kopco – Asst. Principal

Hello WASHS Classes of 2018 through 2021 Students and Families!Mrs. Kopco

It is hard to believe that we are well into the fourth marking period here at WASHS.  Students should have an awareness of how they did academically in the first three marking periods of the school year, and be making appropriate goals for themselves based upon this data.  If you or your child has a concern with grades, please feel free to contact me or your child's grade-level guidance counselor.  If your child is a candidate for summer school for Summer 2018, information has been sent home to parents regarding this process.  We are also currently working through the course selection process for the 2018-2019 school year, so please be mindful of all school correspondence regarding this process.

Keystone exams will be administered in mid-May, so please make sure your child is prepared for these exams if taking them this spring.  Literature Keystones will be May 14 and 16, Biology Keystones will be May 17 and 18, and Algebra Keystones will be May 21 and 22.  WASHS will run on an internal 2-hour delay each of the testing days, meaning that any students not testing on a given day may report to school at 9:30 AM instead of 7:30 AM, as long as the students have their own transportation to school at this time.  If you have any questions regarding Keystone exams or the schedule for this time period, please contact the school.

I am the administrator that works predominantly with the Classes of 2019 and 2021.  Each of these classes have specific events that are important for their respective grade levels, but all students should keep in mind that it is important to keep a focus on academics, involvement in the school, and future goals.  We strive to enable each student to achieve their first choice of post-graduation plans, and work to maintain a school that is focused on student success in many areas.
At WASHS, we aim to create a positive, safe, and productive environment through the collaborative efforts of students, staff, families, and the community!  We seek to find ways to work together to foster student achievement and to create contributing citizens through a well-rounded and rigorous curriculum.  

If I can ever be of assistance to you, please feel free to contact me.

(717)762-1191 x 1203

About me:
This is my sixth year as an administrator in WASD.  Prior to coming to Waynesboro Area School District, I taught middle school math for six years in Maryland, teaching all levels from 6th-8th grades.  I received a Bachelor's of Business Administration degree from The College of William and Mary, a Master's degree from Frostburg State University, and K-12 principal's certification from Hood College.  I am currently taking doctoral classes in educational leadership at Frostburg State University.  I am also a proud graduate of Waynesboro Area Senior High School!
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