Counselor's Corner - December 2015

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Video conferencing helps former student with cancer attend school

Woodland School fifth graders sat in groups of four and five on Dec. 7, discussing “A Dog’s Life:  The Autobiography of a Stray’ by Ann M. Martin as part of a seemingly typical reading lesson. Not so typical was the video ... View article

Mayhem Poets

Poetry comes to life under the skillful renderings of the Mayhem Poets, who - thanks to the Central School PTO - brought this unique approach to the spoken word to Central on Nov. 24.   ... View article

PARCC’s Potential

What are the individual strengths and weaknesses of our students and how can we help them to grow? In a presentation to members of the Warren Township Board of Education on November 23, district curriculum coordinator William Kimmick said the ... View article

Peace Cranes and Words of Hope for Paris

There were simple words of hope from seventh and eighth graders assigned to write a short letter of sympathy to Parisian citizens in the wake of a series of coordinated terrorist attacks on November 13. “I’m so sorry about what happened ... View article

A Classic Memoir Spurs a Trip to a Playhouse

Anne Frank’s unforgettable diary, reproduced in recent years as an authorized graphic biography, uses detailed artwork to tell the powerful story of the 13-year-old Jewish girl who, with her family and others, hid for two years from the Nazis ... View article

Preschool Open House - December 4

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Counselor’s Corner - November 2015

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Pride in our Schools - Sept/Oct 2015

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Happy Halloween from Warren Township Schools

Happy Halloween from Warren Township Schools!       ... View article

STEM and the Next Generation Science Standards

There’s a lot of talk about STEM these days.    STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.  In recent years, there’s also been talk of adding the arts to the equation, making it STEAM.   But ... View article

Science and Writing… a Proven Experiment

Elizabeth Krumm has spent years studying neuroendocrinology and metabolism, specifically how certain hormones in the brain affect reproduction and energy levels.  But as an invited guest to a fifth grade classroom at Woodland School, her ... View article

50 Years of Mount Horeb Spirit

It was a sea of vivid red, blue, orange, purple, and green tie dye as students and staff kicked off a yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of Mount Horeb School. “Today is such a significant day,” said principal Scott ... View article

Parents Receive District Technology Overview

Student use of district technology was the topic at two recent presentations for parents.  Curriculum Coordinator William Kimmick outlined the age-appropriate academic uses for the devices assigned to each grade level, with particular attention ... View article

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
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