Peyton’s Story on Video

Last June, a video production crew visited Woodland School to highlight how adaptive technology can be used to connect homebound students to their classrooms.  At the heart of the project was Woodland former student Peyton Walton who had been ... View article

Listen to what students said about their first week of school...

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Counselor's Corner - September/October 2016

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Welcome Back, Students!

Welcome back! Wishing all students and staff a happy and healthy school year. Warren Township Schools… Shining Brighter Every ... View article

Welcome Back, Staff!

It was an enthusiastic start to the 2016-2017 school year as staff of Warren Township Schools gathered on September 1 and 2 for the traditional opening day sessions before students arrive on Tuesday, September 6. “There is something about the ... View article

We're Ready...

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Scenes from Summer Fun 2016

 Welcome to Summer Fun!     Lights, Camera, Action!  Students in Amy Jensen’s creative filmmaking class perform “Halloween Beach Party,” after writing the script, donning costumes and making the ... View article

Pride in our Schools - May/June 2016

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Warren Middle School 8th Graders Earn Special Awards

Congratulations to the 8th grade recipients of the Unified Arts special awards.  Each year, the Unified Arts team of educators recognize students who demonstrate skill, determination, dedication, and enthusiasm in music, drama, art, computer, ... View article

Outstanding 8th Grade Music Student

CONGRATULATIONS to Rahul Lal and Ariya Blow who received "Outstanding 8th Grade Music Student" awards from the Warren Middle School Music Department (Amy Jensen (pictured), Diane McCloskey, John Seremula, Joel Van Tine) and the Music Parent ... View article

Video Crew Visits Woodland to Highlight Collaborative Technologies

Inspired by former Woodland student Peyton Walton who has been battling a rare form of cancer for the past year, a video production crew recently shadowed Woodland School 5th graders and their teacher Colleen Krumm for two days as part of a project ... View article

ALT’s New Principal

Christine L. Smith will join the Warren Township School District as the new principal of Angelo L. Tomaso School, effective July 1, 2016. The Board of Education approved Smith’s appointment at its June 6 meeting.   Smith, who is ... View article

Student Achievement Awards

Warren Middle School students were recognized by the Board of Education at its June 6 meeting for outstanding achievement in writing, math, foreign language, music and other areas of education. Le Grand Concours French Examination (Above & ... View article

Dancing Scientist Visits Mt. Horeb School

Wearing a bespangled lab coat and white sneakers aglow in red and blue lighted trim, the Dancing Scientist (a.k.a. Jeffrey Vinokur) wowed Mt. Horeb School students on May 31, combining music, dance moves and jaw-dropping science ... View article

2016 Summer Fun Information

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Counselor's Corner - June 2016

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Imaginations at work in Warren Township Schools

Whether a skateboard that charges a cellphone, protective knee pads for masons and carpenters, recyclable pencil holders or a mobile home for the homeless, there was no shortage of fifth grade imagination at two recent Invention Conventions in ... View article

​"The Tank" at WMS

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Counselor's Corner - May 2016

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Excellence in Education in Warren Township Schools

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

Pride in our Schools - March/April 2016

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Poem in Your Pocket Day at Mt. Horeb

April 21 was "National Poem in Your Pocket Day" and Mt. Horeb students had poems at the ready (in an adhesive plastic pocket, if not their own) to share with schoolmates. Encouraged nationally by the American Academy of Poets and organized at Mt. ... View article

Chicks Hatch at Central School

Kindergartners at Central School were all aflutter (literally) as they welcomed to their classrooms that time-honored harbinger of spring… soft, yellow chicks. For about a week, the students of Andrea McGuire and Christina DeShields ... View article

WMS Art Magazine - Winter Issue

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Oral Tradition

Before there was the written word, there was oral tradition… entertaining storytelling used to pass on cultural and historical information from one generation to another.   Fables, folk tales, and legends are examples of oral ... View article
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