About Us

Richard W. Warren Middle School first opened in the fall of 2000 and serves the district's sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students. The building is named after a long-time community resident and educator in the Leavenworth Public Schools. Each grade level team has nine general education teachers, as well as one to two special education teachers. In the addition to core classes, students also have elective options including physical education, vocal music, beginning piano, art, band, technology, computers, and Spanish. Co-curricular clubs are also offered in a variety of areas after school and are open to all students. Seventh and eighth grade students may choose to participate in athletics including football, volleyball, girls or boys basketball, wrestling, and track. 

6-8 Student Population: 680