2017-2018 Excellence in Education Winners

Excellence in Education in Warren Township Schools

Five teachers have been recognized for their exceptional contributions to the students of Warren Township Schools as part of a district initiative to reward outstanding educators. The following teachers are this year’s recipients of the ... View article
Student art of a wolf.

Winter 2018 Art Magazine

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School Update letter for Monday, March 12, 2018.

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Students in Dr. Suess clothing

Warren Middle School students lend a helping hand at Mt Horeb School

"You can find magic wherever you look.  Sit back and relax all you need is a book"- Dr. Seuss. Warren Middle School students brought a lot of laughter and smiles to the kindergarten classes at Mt. Horeb Elementary School this morning, in ... View article

March Counselor’s Corner

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Students holding trophies

Chess Tournament between Mt. Horeb and Woodland School

On Wednesday, February 7, the after-school chess clubs of Mt. Horeb School and Woodland School faced off in the inaugural Warren Township School District Interscholastic Chess Tournament.  The event, a first of its kind in the school district ... View article
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Crisis Information

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Kids playing a game

Summer Fun Information

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Empowering Messages

There’s a new look in one of the girls’ bathrooms at Warren Middle School, aimed at reinforcing positive messages to empower girls during these critical pre-teen years. On Monday, January 22, female students visiting the main lobby ... View article
Students in a maker space.

Active Learning Spaces

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Mary Russo receiving a certificate from board president David Brezee

Paraprofessional Recognized for Life-Saving Actions

At a recent Board of Education meeting, Mt. Horeb School paraprofessional Mary Russo was hailed for her life-saving actions in administering the Heimlich maneuver in December on two students in distress in two separate instances. “Safety is ... View article
A group of trees with snow on the branches.

Counselor's Corner - January/February 2018

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Cover of the 2017 WMS Art Magazine

2017 WMS Fall Art Magazine

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Teacher and students singing Christmas songs.

Sounds of the Season

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Students playing at gym class.

Pride in our Schools - November/December 2017

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A Tradition of Giving

Whether collecting coats and other warm winter attire, canned goods for area food banks or gifts to make a child’s holiday wish come true, Warren Township Schools and its student service clubs continue a rich tradition of giving this ... View article
Students holding a blue ribbon sign.

Blue Ribbon Celebration!

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Students holding tank you cards.

A Special Thanks to our Troops & Veterans

U.S. service men and women will receive a special thank you during the holidays from Warren Middle School students.   Language arts teacher Brenda Sasso took special note when the radio station she listens to announced earlier this month ... View article

Happy Thanksgiving!

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Students watching a video on large TVs.

The Wonder of Wonder
Warren Township Schools students talk with “real life Auggie.”

As the much anticipated movie Wonder premiers on Nov. 17, students in the Warren Township School District are getting the chance to make real life connections to the film which is based on the powerful novel by R.J. Palacio about a homeschooled boy ... View article
Students standing in front of boxes.

ALT students provide much needed hurricane relief to Houston elementary school

Fourth graders at Angelo L. Tomaso School (ALT) recently spearheaded a schoolwide project to provide much needed supplies to a Texas elementary school that sustained serious water damage in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. The ALT students partnered ... View article
Warren Administrators holding a plaque and a go woodchucks sign.

Blue Ribbon Ceremony in the Nation's Capital

Woodland School principal Jeffrey Heaney, teacher Adam Yenish and superintendent Matthew Mingle traveled to Washington, D.C. on Nov. 6-7, joining more than 300 public and private schools from across the United States to be recognized as 2017 ... View article
Two women holding up a certificate.

Life-Saving Action

At its November 13, 2017 meeting, the Warren Township Board of Education paid tribute to Central School paraprofessional Lauralee Dupper whose recent quick thinking and action saved the life of a student. “When we had our safety and security ... View article
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Counselor's Corner - November/December 2017

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Pride in our Schools - September/October 2017

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