Congratulations WTS Teachers

Many Warren Township teachers have continued their studies, taking professional development courses, as well as graduate classes towards advanced degrees. “I am impressed with our staff members' efforts to enhance their professional knowledge ... View article

Central School's 5th Grade Invention Convention 2014

Great minds gathered in Central School’s Gym on June 16th for Invention Convention 2014!  This is an annual event where 5th graders have an opportunity to showcase their innovative and creative talents.  It gives students a chance to ... View article

Warren Middle School Students Earn Special Awards

On June 24, 2014 the Warren Middle School Unified Arts team of educators recognized students for a number of unique awards. The 8th grade recipients were selected by their teachers for their strong skills and determination in each area, their ... View article

Warren welcomes the new Director of Special Services!

  The Warren Township school district is thrilled to celebrate the arrival of Mrs. Candida (Candie) Hengemuhle as Director of Special Services. She will assume her new position as of July 1, 2014 and is eager to hit the ground running.  ... View article

What's the buzz all about?

  Congratulations to Alexandra Schroeder, Kenneth Maher, Sophia Mariano, Library Media Specialist Lindsay Chell, Shruthi Shankar, Joey Bechtle and Julie Ayers! Geo Bee at Central School On June 17th, Central School had their first ever 3rd ... View article

Stop the Junk

When is the last time you opened your mailbox to find it stuffed to the gills with the dreaded  “junk mail”? Odds are, it was yesterday. At Mt. Horeb School, twelve 4th grade students set forth to investigate this phenomenon during ... View article

The Melodies of May at Warren Middle

Two weeks ago the music of Warren Middle School students rang throughout the halls for two  consecutive evenings. Family, friends, and the community were treated to an array of songs by band, orchestra and chorus members. The 7th and 8th grade ... View article

A Smooth Idea Makes a Difference

Warren resident Emily Morris decided that she wanted to find a way to reduce waste in her community, and repurposing old sneakers through the Nike Reuse-A-Shoe program seemed to be a perfect fit!  A fifth grader at Woodland School, Morris ... View article

Getting Dirty

Mount Horeb students are not afraid to get their hands dirty! Two weeks ago, as has been done for the past seven years, the fifth grade population traveled to Wagner Farm to partner with the Giving Gardens. While other district schools take part as ... View article

Woodland’s Millennial Generation Advocates Farm-to-Table

Who can resist the freshest ingredients in the most flavorful meals? Woodland School’s third graders have taken their science unit on plant growth to a new level this spring. Armed with soil and supplies donated by classroom parents, students ... View article

Summer Reading Lists

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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 26th consecutive year (twenty years under the Governor’s Teacher Recognition Award), a Warren ... View article

Pride in Our Schools May/June 2014

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Fighting Against Hunger... One Song At A Time

An eighth grade student at Warren Middle School, Danny Cole Lifson organized a charity event to aid the Community Food Bank of NJ in support of the fight against hunger and poverty. At the beginning of March, he approached John Lidz, owner of a ... View article

Forty New Faces at Mt. Horeb School

The Preschool classes at Mt. Horeb School had a visit from Swift Farms located in Milford, New Jersey.  The children met 25 chicks, nine bunnies, three lambs and three baby goats.  The children were able to hold and pet the animals, taking ... View article

Woodland Art Day 2014

From sketching a still life while listening to classical music, to using the unique drip painting technique mimicking abstract expressionist Jackson Pollock, students were thrilled with their Woodland School Art Day. The brainchild of Art teacher ... View article

The Warren Township Education Foundation

Our Mission The Warren Township Education Foundation will partner with community members and businesses to provide cutting edge enrichment that offer students unique opportunities. The focus will be on "big, bold ideas" aligned with the mission and ... View article

May Librarians' Corner

NonfictionThe Girl from the Tar Paper School by Teri KanefieldStudents may be familiar with the actions of Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., and Ruby Bridges. Equally important to the Civil Rights Movement was Barbara Rose Jones.  In  ... View article

The Raptor Project

During the month of April, first graders at Angelo L. Tomaso School embarked on a research journey discovering the amazing creatures we call raptors. To culminate their project, the school’s PTO sponsored a presentation by the Raptor Trust. ... View article

ALT Students Help Increase the Brook Trout Population

During the 2009-2010 school year, Susan Kline and Mary Lynch began implementing the “Trout in the Classroom” program at Angelo L. Tomaso School. Through her pursuit of grant monies, Lynch was able to secure continued funding from the ALT ... View article

Do Pirates Go To Woodland?

When is the last time you were captured by a story, sitting on the edge of your seat, mesmerized by a character? Woodland School readers had an amazing experience at their April Young Author’s event, when several notable authors joined them to ... View article

Summer Fun 2014

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April Librarians' Corner

Non-FictionWho Was Milton Bradley? by James Buckley, Jr.In the latest installment of the popular " Who Was?..." series, readers will learn about how one man popularized chocolate in the United States. Hershey's road to creating a chocolate empire ... View article

Shore to Enjoy

As long and arduous as this winter has been, many New Jersey residents are yearning for trips to the shore. Warren Middle School students are no exception, however they did not have to wait; the Wetlands Institute of Stone Harbor brought the wonders ... View article

Einstein Would Be Proud

If you were driving by Central School on Friday, March 28th, you could not have missed the large transit bus parked in the faculty lot. That vehicle, dubbed the BioBus, had made its journey from New York City to Warren, for a very specific reason; ... View article
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