Richard W. Warren Middle School

Principal's Message

Principal's Message

Welcome to this year's first official Principal's Message:

I am very excited to be your student's New Principal, and look forward to meeting all of our Warren Middle school families. We are part of a great district and very lucky to have a great building, great staff, and so many great opportunities. We can accomplish anything together.

As I write this message, our team is already back and working hard to prepare for the start of the school year. Orientation for 6th graders will be held Monday, August 15 from 7:55 -11:00 a.m.  Students will learn the ropes of attendance and success here at Richard Warren Middle School.  Later that evening, our Back to School Night will be held at 6:15 p.m. We look forward to seeing each and every Warren Middle School family.

This year we will focus on building partnerships.  Your input is extremely important to the success of our building. Please don't hesitate to contact our team with questions, suggestions, or ideas for joining us to help prepare our students for success.

Pioneer Pride Every Way.... Every Day
Scott Kedrowski
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News and Announcements

Parents University-Session #1: "Pioneer Culinary Showdown"

Students nominate (or parents self-nominate) for the greatest food "showdown" this side of the Mississippi! The "Pioneer Culinary Showdown" is sure to be tons of fun for all Warren family members! It's just another way to meet with other school families, have some fun, and connect with the school. There are three food categories - "appetizers," "main dishes," and "desserts." Submit your best dish (enough for 15-20 to taste)...and, hope to take home a 1st, 2nd, or 3rd Place prize (attendees are the judges/quarters in a "jar" determine winners. Please see the attachment for details and to submit an entry. Hope to see tons of Warren Pioneer families at the "Pioneer Culinary Showdown" on Thursday, March 30 at 6:00 p.m.

Spring Break Schedule Revision

Spring Break will start one day earlier for students - with No School on Friday, March 17. This leads in to a week off from school, with students returning on Monday, March 27. This adjustment was necessary for the district to be in compliance with our negotiated agreement - and end of quarter work day requirements.

Students of the Week 3/3/17

Our character word for March is COURAGE. Courage is the ability to do something that is difficult, dangerous or frightens one. The strength in the face of pain or grief. Courage to be who you are will afford you the strength to be different. Courage to make a difference will enable you to do something positive and worthwhile with your life. The following students demonstrated their ability to be courageous :
6th- Manuel Yanez, Maria Garcia
7th- Kirk Zielinski, Breahna Hensley (not pictured)
8th- Jordan Johnson, Andrew Kohl
Explo- Leilani Bateman, Caden Montgomery
Congratulations! Keep up the hard work!

Students of the Week 2/24/17

Congratulations to our Students of the Week:
6th- Ivan Ripperger, Mackenzie Good
7th- Kayla De LaRiva, Peyton White
8th- Lorenzo Solero, Nathalie Weaver
Explo- Evelyn Harper, Christian Maldonado (not pictured)

Students of the Week 2/10/17

Our students of the week for last week are:
6th- Riley Winter & Alex Schulenberg
7th- Makaya Evans & Bradley Rogers
8th- Dominick Walter-Williams & Natalie Feild
Explo- Megan McConnell (not pictured)

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