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

Woodland 3rd Graders Honor Those Who Came Before

Woodland school third graders recently wrapped up a multi-week immigration project with thoughtful presentations focusing on a family member who immigrated to America.   “In class we talked about how there are all types of ... View article

Counselor's Corner - February 2017

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Happy Chinese New Year

It’s the Year of the Rooster and, at Angelo L. Tomaso School, two sisters kicked off the Chinese New Year with a greeting delivered in both English and Chinese. “We are all one year older,” said 4th grader Melinda Xu over the ... View article

French Revolution comes alive as 7th graders reenact pivotal event

Marching down the hallway to La Marseillaise, the national anthem of France, 7th graders at Warren Middle School recently re-enacted  the so-called Tennis Court Oath, a pivotal event in the days leading up to the French Revolution. Led by ... View article

Woodland Geography School Bee Winner!

Fifth grader Giovanni Russo correctly answered a question about an ancient lost city in Central America to become this year’s Woodland School winner of the National Geographic School Bee.   Russo was among 10 Woodland School finalists ... View article

Central School Farm-to-Art Project

A lot has been written about the farm-to-table movement, which promotes use of locally produced food in area restaurants, colleges and elsewhere.   In a twist on that theme, second graders at Central School received a farm-to-art lesson on Jan. ... View article

Counselor's Corner - January 2017

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7th Graders Use Yeast to Tackle Cellular Respiration

If you’ve ever baked bread from scratch, you know to combine flour, water, salt and yeast to make dough.  You also may be familiar with the chemistry behind how those billions of yeast cells turn the gloppy mass into a fluffy, fragrant ... View article

Mt. Horeb's Career Expo Sparks Ideas

There were soil samplers, environmental inspectors and even a corporate polluter at Mt. Horeb School on Jan. 13 as 4th and 5th graders acted out a scenario while receiving hands-on career experience from hydrogeologist Cecilia Fontana. Fontana was ... View article

Kindergarten Registration

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