May 15th, 2013
May 13th, 2013
The police department was contacted by school administration from the Blairstown Elementary School who indicated that a suspicious vehicle was observed in the parking lot of the Masonic Lodge. The vehicle left the scene when school staff attempted to approach the driver. The vehicle was described as a small white pickup truck with NJ registration being operated by a white male party. The vehicle also reportedly had “bath safe remodelers” or “safe bath remodelers” written on the sides. Please contact the Blairstown Police Department with any information regarding the vehicle.
May 13th, 2013
Click HERE to download flier for 5K Fundraising Walk to Benefit Former North Warren Student Todd Quinn.
May 9th, 2013
North Warren Regional School District in Blairstown, NJ is very proud to have been designated by Newsweek and the Daily Beast as one of America’s Best High Schools!
The designations are based on 2011-12 data. 5000 high schools were invited to participate, 2500 responded and the top 2000 have been designated. North Warren ranked 1426 on the list. This is the first time that North Warren has received this designation.
The methodology is weighted as follows:
- 25% for 4 year, on time graduation rate for 2012.
- 25% for percentage of 2011 graduates who were accepted to a 2 or 4 year college.
- 25% for AP/IB/AICE test per student.
- 10% for the average AP/IB/AICE score
- 10% for Average SAT/ACT score.
- 5% for percent of students enrolled in at least 1 AP/IB/AICE course.
There were 93 high schools in New Jersey to make the list, and North Warren is the only high school recognized from Warren and Sussex counties.
This award adds to other recent accolades for the school. In 2010, New Jersey Monthly magazine designated North Warren as one of the “10 Most Improved High Schools” in New Jersey, and last fall, Inside Jersey ranked North Warren as the top high school in Warren County.
We are very proud of our students and staff for achieving at levels that earned this distinction.
April 23rd, 2013
The North Warren Regional World Language Honor Society is hosting a Multicultural Fair on Thursday May 23rd from 9am to 3 pm to show case our diverse community heritage. We are currently looking for presenters, exhibits and performers from the community and asking students, parents, faculty and businesses to help. The multicultural fair will include informational stations where photos, posters, authentic native objects or art, books, research projects, jewelry, traditional dress, musical instruments or foods can be displayed. Participants can perform on stage throughout the day by dancing, singing, or playing an instrument or song native to their country or heritage. Participants can also offer instructional demonstrations. The multicultural fair will take place outside if weather permits.
Throughout the day, May 23rd, students, parents and community members are invited to take a stroll “around the world” to visit the many unique places, customs and traditions that our community heritage has to offer. If you are interested in participating in the first annual Multicultural Fair, please complete and submit the attached form by May 4th. If you would like to bring a school group to the fair, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a free event and we hope to bring to life an annual tradition.
February 26th, 2013
December 18th, 2012
2013-2014 Curriculum Guide available under Academics.
Scheduling for next year will begin on January 7, 2013.
December 17th, 2012
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September 25th, 2012
The MealsPlus/LunchPrepay.com Point of Services (POS) System will become fully operational on Monday, October 1, 2012. LunchPrepay.com is an easy, secure and convenient way to pay for your child’s lunch. Read More »…
The MealsPlus/Lunch Prepay.com Point of Service (POS) System will become fully operational on Monday, October 1, 2012. LunchPrepay.com is an easy, secure and convenient way to pay for your child’s lunch. You can use this secure site to make your payments and monitor your student’s account giving you the assurance of knowing where your money is going and how it is being spent.
An individual account can be set up at www.lunchprepay.com for each student which utilizes their name and student identification number. The students currently use this ID number as their log-in name for school computers. In order for you to begin to use the online system, your child/ren’s student identification number/s is listed below and this will become their pin. They should memorize this number. This number will also appear on their student picture ID card which will be given out as soon as possible. Your student should always wear their ID card when at school.
Until the cards arrive, students may use their pin number when purchasing lunch. Once the cards are issued, students can use either their card or pin.
You can go to www.lunchprepay.com for information and to start the registration process beginning September 26, 2012, however, please be aware that your student will not be able to use any money you put in their account until October 1, 2012. Please allow at least 24 hours for the system to update. There are no fees charged or collected by North Warren Regional School District but there is a $1.95 credit card processor bank fee charged per transaction.
If you have questions about your student/s ID number or the enrollment process or concerns, please contact the District Office at 908-362-8384.
March 27th, 2012
The goal of Special Education Ad-Hoc Committee will be to research, identify and enhance service opportunities within the Special Education Community of NWR. This goal will be partially achieved by surveying the parents of those students identified as having Special Education needs using an anonymous survey.