Mr. Goralski joined other Warren County Superintendents requesting the state release guidance for the 2021-2022 school year. Read the WNYT article linked below for more information. https://wnyt.com/warren-county-ny-news/warren-county-schools-push-for-reopening-guidance-from-state-north-country-coronavirus-pandemic-gov-cuomo-/6178733/?cat=10114
Congratulations Sara Langworthy!!!! https://cdswoy.com
Family Service Association of Glens Falls, wants to help enroll school-age children (preschool – 12th grade) of Warren, Washington and northern Saratoga counties start the school year off on the right foot! Our “Feet First” program helps eligible families purchase new shoes for their children. Get the details on the images below.
Check out the link below to hear some great music from our elementary students and to see some amazing art work!! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1JkTaRygrZJjpMwun3EldkemOw5uhHPmXFea5nkKi_nA/edit?usp=sharing
Don’t forget! We’re offering meals during the summer. Due to schedule changes, we will only be at the rec site Monday through Thursday, and only hosting the Wednesday curbside pickup. If you have any questions, please contact the school at (518) 623-2861.
Don't forget! Starting July 6th, all children in the community ages 0-18 can receive a free lunch and take home a breakfast for the next day at the Warrensburg Recreation Field Pavilion from 11:30a-12:30pm, Monday through Friday. Weekend meals will be available on Fridays to take home. Starting July 7th, curbside meals will be available in front of the elementary school on Wednesdays (12pm-1pm) and Fridays (10am-11am). Please check the school website for full menus.
HAPPY 4th OF JULY!!! ""Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on to them to do the same." Ronald Reagan
The U.S. Congress approved a series of temporary grant funding to assist school districts with costs associated with the impact of COVID-19. The District has received allocations of the temporary funding and has drafted a plan for the use of these funds to address learning loss, social and emotional impacts and the safe re-opening of our buildings. The Administration has met with key stakeholders including teacher leaders, counselors and the Board of Education to draft the plan which has been discussed in public Board meetings, can be reviewed here. Please note this is a draft plan that is subject to change as the District continues to gather data from staff, students and the community on the impacts of COVID-19, requiring re-allocation of resources. For more information go to our website and follow the links as shown: www.wcsd.org > Menu > District > COVID-19 Updates and Information > Thursday, July 1:ARP Plan
Check out The Post-Star's photo gallery of graduations. The school districts are listed in alphabetical order.https://poststar.com/gallery/photos-commencement-ceremonies-from-across-the-region/collection_2e3f0f0f-117c-53a5-a2f2-35da56df2cc3.html#90
Starting July 6th, all children in the community ages 0-18 can receive a free lunch and take home a breakfast for the next day at the Warrensburg Recreation Field Pavilion from 11:30a-12:30pm, Monday through Friday. Weekend meals will be available on Fridays to take home. Starting July 7th, curbside meals will be available in front of the elementary school on Wednesdays (12pm-1pm) and Fridays (10am-11am). Please check the school website for full menus.
The district is pleased to announce that all five of our spring season varsity teams achieved NYSPHSAA scholar-athlete status. To achieve this honor, 75% of the roster must have an overall GPA (when averaged together) during the 4th quarter of 90.00 or higher.
The Senior National Honor Society would like to recognize the valedictorian of the Class of 2021 as Sara Langworthy, daughter of Amy and Darren Langworthy. Sara served as the Vice President of National Honor Society and was also involved in Varsity Field Hockey, Basketball, Softball, Varsity Club, and was the Student Council President. She plans to attend the University of Rochester to major in Nursing with the goal of working in a NICU. Congratulations and good luck, Sara!
Nayana DeAmelia is today’s featured senior for National Honor Society. The daughter of Laura and Eric DeAmelia, Nayana ranks as the salutatorian of her class and is the President of Senior National Honor Society. Additionally, Nayana has been involved in Student Council, Travel Softball, Varsity Sports, Class Vice President, and HOBY, all while working two jobs. She plans to attend Herkimer College in the fall to major in Forensic Investigation and will also continue her softball career into college and the future. Congratulations and good luck, Nayana!
The Senior National Honor Society would like to recognize the group’s secretary and 3rd rank in the Class of 2021 as Jordan Baker, daughter of Shawna Sanderson and Patrick Barker. During her time at Warrensburg, Jordan was involved in Varsity Soccer, Basketball, Soccer, Travel Soccer, and a variety of school clubs. She plans to attend Stony Brook University to major in Nursing and would also like to travel to many different countries in the future. Congratulations and good luck, Jordan!
Reminder to 6th Grade Students 7th Grade Orientation is tomorrow morning 8-10am. Please be at the junior senior high school by 8am. We can't wait to see you!
Today’s featured senior for National Honor Society is Stephen Roseberger. The son of Elizabeth and David Roseberger, he has been involved in a variety of activities at Warrensburg including Art Club, Master Singers, and other musical events. He is undecided in his future plans, but enjoys building with wood and metal, working with animals, and pursuing lots of artistic and musical interests. Congratulations and good luck in whatever path you choose, Stephen!
The Senior National Honor Society would like to recognize Morgen Baker as today’s featured senior. The son of Jacquelin Wright and Joel Baker, Morgen ranks 8th in his class and has been involved in many activities throughout his high school career including Varsity Soccer, Varsity Baseball, Band, and Jazz Band. He plans to attend Rochester Institute of Technology to major in Engineering Exploration with the goal of designing something that will help people. Congratulations and good luck in the future, Morgen!
Reminder, there is no school for students on Friday, June 18th and Monday, June 21st. Have a great weekend.
One last ride with Mr. Duell. #classof21 #burgherpride
Today’s featured senior for National Honor Society is Serena Stewart. The daughter of Erin and Richard Stewart, she has been involved in volleyball during her time at Warrensburg. She plans to attend SUNY Old Westbury on Long Island to major in Psychology and would love to become an activist. Congratulations and good luck, Serena!