Congratulations to the Varsity Softball team on their win over Galway last night!! Next up..Saratoga Catholic!
The Senior National Honor Society would like to recognize Andrea Lareau as another outstanding senior and contributing member. Andi is the daughter of Susan McCormick and has been involved in a variety of activities throughout her high school career including JSA, Quiz Bowl, Tennis, and Soccer. She plans to attend SUNY Oswego with an undeclared major. Whatever she decides, we know she will be successful in the future. Congratulations and good luck, Andi!
Nick Parker is today’s featured senior for National Honor Society. The son of Justin and Danielle Parker, Nick ranks 10th in his class and has been involved in many activities during his time at Warrensburg including Varsity Ice Hockey, Cross Country, Track and Field, Drama Club, Band, Chorus, Jazz Band, and Master Singers. He plans to attend Binghamton University in the fall to major in Physics and will continue staying active throughout his life. Congratulations and good luck, Nick!
Please click the link below for an important message from the Board of Education: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1311290/Thank_you_from_the_BOE.pdf
Don't miss our grades 7 through 10 academic awards via livestream. The schedule and links follow: 7th grade - Tuesday June 8th 8am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LM_FNhuHE6Y 8th grade Wednesday June 9th 8am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9KBDBZRnXTE 9th grade - Thursday June 10th 8am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IbVJm90JSaA 10th grade - Friday June 11th 8am https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a6wnI0PSqFo
The Senior National Honor Society would like to recognize Reese Connelly as our featured senior for today. The daughter of Jamie Smith and Cory Connelly, Reese ranks 7th in the Class of 2021 and has been involved in many activities during her time at Warrensburg including SADD, JSA, and Quiz Bowl. She plans to attend SUNY Adirondack to pursue a career in the field of Criminal Justice. Congratulations and good luck in all your future endeavors, Reese!
As has been reported by news outlets, on Friday afternoon, Dr. Howard Zucker, New York State Commissioner of Health issued a letter (see attached image) to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) regarding differing mask policies for summer camps and schools. The way New York State has handled this important topic has, unfortunately, led to a significant amount of confusion. We have been working over the weekend to get clarification from NYSED and NYSDOH. We have been informed today by the New York State Department of Education that the letter has not changed any existing arrangements. “Therefore, schools should continue to operate under their existing procedures until further notice.” The health and safety of our students and staff is always our primary concern. Given the anticipated hot weather this week, students will be able to remove their masks in the classrooms as long as they are in their seats. They will also be able to remove their masks when they are outside. Masks will still be required on buses and in the hallways. We are very anxious to get back to normal as soon as possible. We will continue our efforts to get clarification from the State of New York and will update the Warrensburg community as soon as we receive updated guidance. Should you have questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact your building principal or the superintendent.
Congratulations to all of the members of the junior class who received awards at last night’s academic awards ceremony!
Joseph Nissen is today’s featured senior for National Honor Society. The son of Michael and Jennifer Nissen, Joe ranks 4th in his class and has been involved in a variety of school activities including Varsity Tennis, Varsity Soccer, Quiz Bowl, Band, and Jazz Band. He plans to attend SUNY Polytechnic Institute with an undeclared major. Whatever he decides, we know he will be successful in the future. Congratulations and good luck, Joe!
We’re thrilled to announce Warrensburg Central School District’s new app! Access documents, news updates, even emergency notifications! Download the app on Android: https://bit.ly/3dTod7b or iPhone: https://apple.co/3uX05rl.
Here is June's Jr/Sr High School Newsletter. Enjoy! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1MoHwUEhi9KyBjLGB8vHcq9ho55lfuEsq/view?usp=sharing
In recognition of Memorial Day, we want to thank everyone past, present and future who has, is and will serve in the military! Enjoy this long weekend with your family.
Reserve your seats for The Ghostlight today!
More pictures from today.
It's been a busy day at the high school! Presenter Jacy Good held an assembly for students where she discussed the dangers of distracted driving. Throughout the day, the NYSP were on hand to give a demonstration to students on what happens in a rollover accident if you're not wearing your seatbelt! Finally, students completed in the Battle of the Belts! Thank you the Jacy Good, the NYSP and SADD for bringing these opportunities to our students.
Mr. Goralski welcomes every opportunity to advocate for our students. Check out his interview with Elaine Houston from WNYT. https://wnyt.com/commit-to-kids/schools-pandemic-coronavirus-covid-19-one-year-later/6116187/?utm_source=zetaglobal&utm_medium=onsite&utm_campaign=thumbnails
Check out this video from Mr. Goralski! We have some exciting updates! https://youtu.be/t3UDUxzBQmg
Warrensburg Drama Club's Newest Production--The Ghostlight--is coming soon! See details below.
Please disregard the attendance calls that went out today, May 18th. There was a glitch in the remote calling system and the calls went out to everyone regardless of whether or not the student is present today. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Don't forget the 2021-2022 school budget vote and board of education election is Tuesday, May 18. The following link includes the budget newsletter: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1245511/Warrensburg_Budget_Newsletter_FINAL.pdf