Felicitations to our Le Grand Concours winners!

More than 30 seventh and eighth graders from Warren Middle School received top honors in Le Grand Concours, a highly competitive French exam, including 8th grader Paula Przybylski who, as a platinum medal winner, earned the top score in the nation ... View article

8th Graders Excel on National Spanish Exam

More than 20 eighth graders at Warren Middle School attained national recognition for top performances on the 2017 National Spanish Examinations (NSE). There were a total of 7 gold, 8 silver, and 4 bronze medal winners, along with two students who ... View article

Excellence in Education

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

Meet Warren Middle School's New Principal

At its May 8 meeting, the Warren Township Board of Education approved George J. Villar as Warren Middle School’s next principal.  Villar, currently principal of Central Middle School in Gillette, will begin his new position in Warren on ... View article

Genius Hour at Mt. Horeb

Imagine being assigned a project at school with but one prerequisite:  You must feel unequivocally, unrelentingly passionate about the subject at hand. That’s the idea behind “Genius Hour,” a pilot program at Mt. Horeb School ... View article

Pride in our Schools - March/April 2017

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What did you do on Spring Break?

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Counselor's Corner - April/May 2017

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Around-the-World Celebrations in Warren Township Schools

International Day is a time-honored tradition in Warren Township elementary schools, a chance for students and staff to embrace and celebrate cultures and customs from around the world.  Organized by creative and hard-working members of the ... View article

Acting Commissioner of Education Visits Warren Township Schools

Acting Commissioner of Education Kimberley Harrington visited Warren Township Schools on Mon., Apr. 3 for a wide-ranging tour that included an innovative  21st century social studies lesson, some hands-on kindergarten math, and a chance to pose ... View article

ALT Archery Team Headed to National Competition in May

Twenty-four young archers at Angelo L. Tomaso will compete at the national level in May, showcasing  the elementary school’s champion archery team and archery curriculum for a 5th consecutive year. The ALT 4th and 5th graders will be ... View article

7th Grader Wins TIME for Kids Poetry Contest

“My locker is a monster, it’s absolutely true!  It eats my books, my bag, my pens; once it ate my shoes!”  With that entertaining opening verse of “My Locker is a Monster,” 13-year-old Inica Kotasthane became ... View article

Mt. Horeb's Gilly Gazette

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Spring is Hatching at Warren Township Schools

Mother Nature has a sense of humor.  As Warren Township (and much of the northeast) digs out from Winter Storm Stella, that sure sign of spring is hatching in the school district’s elementary schools… soft, fuzzy ... View article
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Welcome to Warren Township Schools

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Counselor's Corner - March 2017

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Read Across America Day

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Pride in our Schools - January/February 2017

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8th Grade Wordsmiths Win Writing Awards

Twenty-four 8th grade wordsmiths were recently honored for their short stories, personal essays, humor or poetry.  The students of language arts teacher Christine Cirrotti placed in the regional competition of the 2017 Scholastic Art and ... View article

Talented Musicians to Perform in Region II Concerts

Five talented student musicians will represent Warren Township Schools as they perform with the Central Jersey Region II Symphonic Band and Orchestra in early March. Warren Middle School 8th grader Alan Wang surpassed 89 competitors to be named 1st ... View article

Bus Drivers in Warren Township Schools Learn Powerful Communication Tools

Not surprisingly, school bus drivers must pass rigorous skills and knowledge testing, hold a commercial driver’s license, and meet vision, hearing, and other requirements.  For van drivers and bus aides in the Warren Township School ... View article

First Grade 100-Day Project at Mt. Horeb

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A Unique Twist on Charitable Giving

As part of a multi-week character education project, students at Warren Middle School turned a canned food drive into an artistic tour de force. Sixth graders first viewed the documentary “Hunger in America” last month, before ... View article

WMS Winter Art Magazine 2017

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Woodland School Receives Nomination for National Blue Ribbon Schools Award

Woodland School has been nominated by the New Jersey Department of Education to apply for the 2017 National Blue Ribbon Schools Award, one of only nine schools in the state to receive the distinguished recognition this year. “I accept this ... View article
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