The WJ Education Foundation is accepting online donations for the newly established Jaidon Smith Scholarship Fund.
Two recent WJ graduates were killed and two more seriously injured in a traffic accident on Wednesday, June 9, 2021, including Jaidon Smith.
Principal Jennifer Baker wrote in an email, “Our hearts are broken, and our thoughts go out to the parents, siblings, friends and other family members who have suffered this great loss.”
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As the school year approaches, we’d like to welcome new families. You are joining an outstanding high school community with a range of opportunities for your children and ways for you to be involved through the PTSA, the All-School Booster Club, and the WJ Education Foundation. These organizations advocate for and raise funds to support programs at the school but each one operates differently.
What is the Walter Johnson High School Education Foundation, Inc. and how does it differ from the other parent organizations at WJ?
Read the 2017 Information Letter
As of June 30, 2015, the WJ Education Foundation passed the $315,000 mark in providing support for Walter Johnson High School.
» Read more on how funds were applied.