Warrensburg Workshop

Rescheduled date: March 12, 2019 at 7:15 p.m. at the Richard's Library.


ATTENTION: Parents of students in all grades. You're invited to the 

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The district is pleased to launch “Parent Zone.”  This is a free program open to parents and guardians of students in the district in all grades.

The first session is scheduled to take place Richards Library on March 12, 2019 at 7:15 p.m. The topic for the evening will be “Children, Stress and Mental Health,” presented by Carol Goodsell-Hobbs, MSW, a social worker based in Glens Falls. Attendees will learn how chronic stress or trauma impacts children and their education, how the brain of a child develops, and the mental health issues common in today’s youth.

There will be two other sessions scheduled for the remainder of the school year and will be cover a different topic such as internet safety, early literacy, etc. The session locations will rotate throughout the community in an effort to make it convenient for as many guests to attend as possible and free childcare will be available.

RSVP’s are not required and we hope to see you there!


‚ÄčWarrensburg Elementary School Pre-K Program

Residents of the Warrensburg Central School District who have a child that will be four years old on or before December 1, 2019 are eligible to enroll in the Warrensburg Elementary School Pre-Kindergarten program for the 2019-2020 school year.  Parents or Guardians interested in having them participate in this program, please contact the Elementary School Office at 518-623-9747 for registration information.

 

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Important Message from the Superintendent:

Welcome to 2019!  One of the ongoing goals of the Warrensburg Central School District, is to provide a wide variety of extracurricular activities for all of our students. 

For years, multiple studies have concluded that participation in extracurricular activities is closely connected to academic success in school.    Over the past few years, the Board of Education has been committed to providing diverse opportunities for students to participate in.

At the elementary school the In the Zone program is in its second year and continues to grow.  We also partner with the Warrensburg Historical Society and WSWHE BOCES to provide after school enrichment programs.  We also offer an elementary drama club, computer club and band.

At the high school, we have clubs ranging from SADD, JSA, chess club, art club and computer club to the Post Star Bowl, drama club, ski club, yearbook and home economics club.  This is all in addition to the wide variety of sports we offer at the modified, junior varsity and varsity levels.

There is something for everyone.  If your child is not currently participating in an activity, it’s not too late.  Contact your child’s school and see what is happening right now that they can become involved in. 

Being connected to school not only inspires academic success, it creates connections and develops the skills that colleges and employers are looking for.  Interpersonal social skills, problem solving skills, creativity and responsibility are all characteristics that can be developed through participation in extracurricular activities. 

Encourage your child to participate.  It will help them meet new people with similar interests and most importantly it will expose them to the diversity of opportunities and personalities that make our school great!


 

IMPORTANT: Please remember, when picking up or dropping off your children at the Jr/Sr High School, DO NOT use the bus lane. This lane is intended to allow students to get on and off the bus safely. Please use the parking lot to pick up and drop off - in the morning, at dismissal and at 4:00 p.m. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

 

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