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Counselor’s Corner - October 2015

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Coming Together in the Wake of Tragedy

As part of a post 9/11 lesson, seventh grade students in Bonnie Pierson’s social studies classes researched poignant examples of how Americans responded individually and en masse to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attack on the World Trade ... View article

Tenure Recognition

Superintendent Elizabeth Nastus, along with building principals, recognized teachers’ attainment of tenure on September 17.  Those achieving tenure are: Lindsay Chell, Library Media Specialist, Central School Christine Cirrotti, Grade ... View article

Woodland’s New Mascot

The excitement was palpable as Woodland School principal Jeff Heaney introduced the new school mascot at a noisy pep rally last Friday.  Woody Woodchuck and the principal led students and staff in a few simple calisthenics while celebrating the ... View article

Welcome Back!

Wishing all students and staff a happy and healthy school year. Warren Township Schools... Shining Brighter Every Day.                  ... View article

Profile of Dr. Elizabeth Nastus

Dr. Elizabeth Nastus comes from a family of educators.  Her mother was a middle school math teacher who retired at 75.   One sister was an assistant superintendent; another, a speech pathologist.  A third was a school ... View article

Warren Township Schools Welcomes New Staff for the 2015-2016 School Year

New teachers and paraprofessionals to the Warren Township K-8 school district met for a two-day orientation program, hearing from district staff on topics ranging from lesson planning to regulations on harassment and bullying to classroom ... View article

Remembering a Devoted Central School Paraprofessional

For nearly 13 years as a multi-duty paraprofessional at Central School, Heidi Errickson calmly and kindly shepherded the children in her care during lunch and recess. “Whether assisting a first grader at lunch or watching over a group of ... View article

Abloom in August

Two years after a short story inspired a group of seventh grade students to research and plant a variety of indigenous flowers and grasses, the garden is abloom in a fertile stretch of earth at Warren Middle School. After reading “A ... View article

Counseling Services Available to Address Sunday's Shooting Incident

Monday, August 17, 2015   From the Office of the Superintendent   In light of Sunday’s tragic shooting in Warren Township, Warren Township Schools will provide two days of counseling for staff members, students and parents ... View article

Warren Middle School Students Earn Special Awards

On June 16, 2015 the Warren Middle School Unified Arts team of educators recognized students for a number of special awards. The 8th grade recipients were selected by their teachers for their strong skills and determination in each area, their ... View article

Stop Motion Animation... Amazing!

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Pride in Our Schools - June

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Counselor's Corner: June

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Regional Band Winners!

Warren Middle School is proud to announce its regional band winners. The students prepare for at least six months for these auditions and then compete against hundreds of other talented musician from 50 school districts throughout Central NJ. ... View article

Librarians' Corner: May

Easy Reader Rocket’s 100th Day of School by Tad Hills Excited for his 100th day of school, Rocket sets out to find 100 items to bring into school. Rocket collects pencils, pinecones, books, acorns and more. Bella the squirrel even allows ... View article

Young Artists!

Congratulations to Woodland School artists and their Art teacher Jennifer Ronkiewicz. Over 800 pieces of student artwork were on display for peers, family, and friends to admire!     Here are a few examples….   Sea ... View article

Creative Cartooning

On May 11, 2015, at the Board of Education meeting, Mt. Horeb 5th graders treated Board members to an art lesson, while presenting their “Cartoon Project.”   Art teacher Susan Sage introduced the project as one that the ... View article

Be Sun Safe!

Central School participated in the ACE™ program from April 20th - 24th in honor of May being Melanoma Awareness Month. ACE™ stands for “Apply Cover Enjoy”. That week, students became Enright Sun Safety Certified™ by ... View article

The Wonder of Science at ALT

Angelo L. Tomaso School hosted its 2nd Science Fair. Open to students in gr K-5, there were 60 students who participated, and presented a total of 55 projects. Last year, the event was hosted by Girl Scout Troop 65797, and based upon its success, ... View article

Excellence in Education Award Recipients

The Excellence in Education Program is part of the district’s initiative to recognize and reward exemplary educators in schools. For the 27th consecutive year (twenty years under the Governor’s Teacher Recognition Award), a Warren ... View article

Eco-Rally 2015

On April 26th, Woodland School was represented at the 2015 Eco-Rally, sponsored by Somerset County Parks.  Over 560 participants, forming 17 teams from around the area, submitted displays highlighting many of their accomplishments, all of which ... View article

WMS - Congratulations!

Sarah Young's essay, "What the Pledge of Allegiance Means to Me" not only placed at the local level, but advanced to the state level. She achieved 3rd place in the 7th/8th grade division in New Jersey. Congratulations to Sarah and her teacher, ... View article

Woodland Science Day~2015

The exciting and engaging Science Day event brought science to life for over 300 Woodland youngsters and staff!   An array of Rizzo's Reptiles turned Kate Zaleski’s library into a wondrous jungle! Combining humor and facts, owner Dominic ... View article

Alex's Lemonade Stand

Woodland School has been raising money for childhood cancers, all throughout the month. They already collected over $800 in donations. As you can see here, staff puckered up with lemons and limes, to be good sports for Alex's Lemonade Stand on April ... View article
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