Richard W. Warren Middle School

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Bond Issue - Frequently Asked Questions

On May 25, registered voters will receive a mail-in ballot (due June 15) for consideration of a no tax increase bond issue totaling $36.7 million for facility updates. Please visit here for Frequently Asked Questions, and send requests for additional information to:
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Transition Night Information Available

Thank you to all who attended the "Becoming an LHS Pioneer - Transition Night 2018" event Monday night. If you were not able to attend, please see the attached packet for information on transitioning to Leavenworth High School.
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"Becoming an LHS Pioneer - Transition Night 2018"

Incoming 8th graders, and other students interested in attending Leavenworth High School - do not miss the "Becoming an LHS Pioneer - Transition Night 2018" event! Scheduled for Monday, March 5, 2018, from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m., starting in the LHS Auditorium. Learn all things LHS, from academic offerings and support programs to fall welcome events, and activities to teachers and become inspired about the many great classes that are offered! This event is for incoming students and their families! Please join us...

Contact the LHS Guidance Department with any questions, (913) 684-1550.

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Pioneers Spiking for a Cure - Pink Out Volleyball Match

Join us for the 5th Annual Pioneers Spiking for a Cure - Pink Out Volleyball Match, where the 8th grade football players take on the 8th grade volleyball players in a spirited pink out match. All funds raised will be donated to the KU Breast Cancer Research Center. $1 admission, and lots of pink items/food for sale! Don't miss this highly anticipated event!
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Third Annual Haunted Locker Room - Don't Miss the Ghoulish Fun!

Warren PIE (Parents Involved in Education) will host the Third Annual Haunted Locker Room at Warren Middle School on Wednesday, October 25, from 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Enjoy fall games/activities, as well, hosted by Warren STUCO and LHS Art Club. Only Warren Middle School students are invited to attend. Please see the attached flyer for details. See you next week, at the scariest locker room ever!
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7th/8th Grade Football Canceled

Today's 7th and 8th Grade Football games have been canceled due to scheduling conflicts in the Turner School District. Since we are at the end of the season, the games will not be rescheduled. Thanks for a great season! Go Pioneers!
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Pioneers Inspiring Pride - a Video about Warren Middle School

Each fall, for a great number of years, Leavenworth elementary schools have participated in the Leavenworth Public Schools Education Foundation "Foundation Week Banner Contest". This has always been one of the kick-off activities for Foundation Week, the start of our Annual Fundraising Campaign. This year, we kicked it up a notch, and moved from traditional butcher paper, glue, and cutouts, to a live display of Pioneer Pride. Each school, both elementary and secondary, was invited to submit a video for competition as a way to showcase the partnership with the Foundation, and feature the great things happening inside its walls.

Several guidelines were provided for the competition, such as focusing on the "Inspire" theme of the Foundation year, including the word "Pioneer", and, including items such as a pencil, balloon, tape holder, an apple, and dance moves.

Videos were submitted and reviewed the end of last week, and the Leavenworth Public Schools Education Foundation is excited to share the results of the competition!

Winner Elementary Category: Anthony Elementary School
Runner-up Elementary Category: Henry Leavenworth Elementary School

Winner Secondary Category: Richard Warren Middle School

Congratulations, Warren Middle School, for your outstanding work on this project! The display of Pioneer Pride, educational "inspiration", teaching and learning, and friendship was incredible. These videos capture the wonderful work that takes place between staff, students, parents, and the community each and every day.
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