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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

Making Music

In a musical message for all ages, Woodland fourth graders recently performed “Off Their Rockers” for schoolmates and parents, along with invited guests from Brandywine Senior Living in Watchung.   The musical takes place in a ... View article

Central's Young Entrepreneurs

On a recent weekday, JA BizTown Mayor Jonah Segal stops to answer a question as he visits local businesses. The hardest part of being mayor is “the busy schedule and signing everything.  All of the attention.  All of the ... View article

Meet our Instructional Specialists

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Counselor's Corner - March 2016

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ALT Students Showcase the Arts at Board Meeting

It was a celebration of the arts at Angelo L. Tomaso as students treated members of the Warren Township Board of Education to a short musical performance at Monday’s board meeting, while others showcased creative reading/writing projects from ... View article

Read Across America Day

Warren Township Schools Celebrate Read Across America Day Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss!                       Mt. Horeb students enjoy a ... View article

Read Like a Teen

As we celebrate Read Across America Day, it seems appropriate to mention a unique book club that meets once a month at Warren Middle School.  Members of the “Read Like a Teen” Book Club do just that… selecting a new teen or ... View article

Pride in our Schools - Jan/Feb 2016

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Warren Township’s Young Computer Programmers

Computer code is the basic set of instructions or rules that a computer understands.  With coding now a part of the computer science curriculum in Warren Township Schools, elementary students have been honing their skills as young computer ... View article

Energy Savings for Warren Township Schools Top $1-Million

The Warren Township School District has saved $1,273,559 in energy costs since it first began participating in an energy conservation program in 2007.  This represents a 29-percent reduction in the amount the school district pays for its ... View article

Woodland 4th Grader Wins School Geography Bee

 Woodland School 4th grader Jackson Scala will find out in early March whether he will advance to the state level of the National Geographic Bee. Fourth and fifth graders at Woodland first competed at the classroom level, narrowing the field ... View article

Happy Chinese New Year

Kindergartners at Mt. Horeb School celebrated the Year of the Monkey with a colorful parade on Feb. 9, waving handmade dragon kites and monkey masks to mark the start of the Chinese New Year.   There were drums and cymbals and a ... View article

Omegaman visits Central School

Superhero Omegaman used strongman feats to deliver an energetic anti-bullying message in two assemblies at Central on Feb. 2… bending steel with his teeth into the shape of the Greek Omega symbol and ripping in half a 300+ word telephone book ... View article

Counselor's Corner - February 2016

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Impact Craters at Warren Middle School

Using cocoa, flour and sand to simulate the sediment layers underneath a planet’s surface, 6th graders recently created miniature impact craters in a hands-on, inquiry-based science lesson steeped in the Next Generation Science Standards ... View article

Letters from France

In November, Warren Middle School students sent letters of sympathy with origami peace cranes to France after terrorists carried out a series of attacks in Paris.  This month, eighth graders from Nantes, France wrote back. “Hello, dear ... View article

A Hot Cocoa Reading Challenge

First graders at Mount Horeb School celebrated a successful winter break Reading Challenge with a pajama party on Jan. 8.    “We have a special treat for you because you each read 100 minutes over the break,” said Grade 1 ... View article

Kindergarten Registration Information

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Warren Township BOE Approves New Superintendent

The Warren Township Board of Education at its Jan. 19 meeting approved Matthew Mingle as the new superintendent of Warren Township Schools.  Mingle, currently assistant superintendent of curriculum and instruction for Madison Public Schools, ... View article

Roller Coaster Physics and Fun

Seventh graders in Mary Pat Brown’s Innovation and Design class recently were faced with a unique challenge… to save the failing amusement park in Warren by designing and building a roller coaster guaranteed to boost revenue by coaxing ... View article

Central School Welcomes a New Principal

Branchburg educator Alison Watkins will join the Warren Township School District as the new principal of Central School on February 1. The Board of Education approved Watkins’ appointment at its Dec. 21 meeting.   Watkins, who ... View article

Kindergarten Registration Information

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WMS Art Magazine

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Science Fun at ALT

Fourth graders at Angelo L. Tomaso School were treated to a lively demonstration of gravitational pull, Newton’s Laws of Motion and other scientific fun on Jan. 6. “Gravity doesn’t care how massive an object is,” said Joe ... View article
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