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Applications for the 2017-2018 school year are now CLOSED.  

The Washington Market school is a member of ISAAGNY and complies with their admissions schedule, therefore, all Admissions notifications will be emailed MARCH 1st, 2017. 

Tours are for applicant families only. Unfortunately we are unable to offer tours in advance of receiving an application. Please visit the admissions section for details. 


April 19: Mindfulness Meditation Practice Group - Duane Street - 6:00-7:30PM - Space is limited, RSVP only

April 25: WMS Small Works Art Show Family Reception - Hudson Street - Duane Street Families: 5:00-6:00PM, Hudson Street Families: 6:30-7:30PM - $40 donation per family, all proceeds benefit Art Programs at WMS - Please visit 

April 25: "Grandfriends" Day at Hudson Street! Check with your classroom for details 

May 4: Mug n Muffin - Duane Street - 1:15-2:00PM 

May 5: Mug n Muffin - Duane Street - 9:15-10:00AM

May 11: Introduction to Mindfulness Workshop - 6:00-7:30PM - Duane Street - Space is limited, RSVP only

May 15-21: The Annual WMS Online Auction! Details to come. 

May 20: WMS Street Fair! - 10AM-3PM - Duane Street (btw West Broadway & Church) - Please visit for more information!

May 29: No School - Memorial Day

May 30: Ongoing Schools Meeting - 6PM-8PM - Hudson Street





Kate Mangold

Art Studio Teacher, Duane St. & Woodshop Studio Teacher, Hudson St.

Kate is excited to begin her first year with the WMS family. She was born and raised in Ann Arbor, MI and Kansas, and grew up in a large family. She received her BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and her MFA from Yale School of Art. She has spent time in Kansas, Chicago and New York City teaching and making art with children. She comes to WMS from Village Community School where she spent three years teaching wood shop. Her art practice includes drawing, painting and sculpture. Her work has a spare geometric quality that highlights a conscientious use of Line, Color and Shape, in order to emphasize the push and pull of movement versus stillness. She cannot wait to explore these very same art elements with children at WMS.

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