Alumni Basketball Game


A message from the Superintendent:

Welcome to 2018! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season. The support the students and staff of the Warrensburg Central School District receive from our community is a large part of what makes our school so special. It is also a wonderful example for our students, as they learn to be “respectful and successful citizens of the global community.”

There are so many examples of community partnerships that enrich the experiences of our students. For several years the Warrensburgh Historical Society has been offering enrichment classes for our elementary students. The Warrensburg Volunteer Fire Department is a primary supporter of our High School Band, and every year they participate in the annual assembly on safety during prom and graduation season. Our “In The Zone” after school program would not be possible without the generous support of our local businesses. These are just a few of the ways the adults in our community are role models of good citizenship for our students.  

We encourage our students to follow the example of the many community members who support them, by participating in community service activities themselves. In the winter newsletter ("click here to read") you get a glimpse of the many ways our students are getting involved and giving back. Additionally, the Jr/Sr High Holiday Band participated in the community Christmas celebration; the Outdoor Club worked in the Spring and Fall to maintain the hiking trails around Hackensack Mountain; the Student Council and National Honor Society participated in the Apple Pie Bake which benefits Operation Santa Claus; the Elementary School, Jr/Sr Honor Society and the Life Skills Class organized a “Socktober” drive to collect socks for people in need; and the elementary students collected food for the local food pantry. Our students are continually involved in making their community a better place. Coretta Scott King said, ”The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the actions of its members.”  By that standard we certainly live in a great community!

The upcoming Alumni Basketball Game will be a celebration of the tradition of the athletic achievement in Warrensburg that goes beyond wins and losses, and illustrates the school spirit and pride that remains long after our students leave our halls. Please join us on Saturday, February 3, as we celebrate 80 years of Burgher Pride!


 â€‹Due to the road closures in Thurman, buses 96 and 101 will begin their routes 20 minutes early.


 

Thank you for your continued support of the Warrensburg Central School District.

 

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