North Warren Regional is a public secondary school district, serving students in grades 7-12 in the townships of Blairstown, Frelinghuysen, Hardwick, and Knowlton. The district covers 96.8 square miles bordering the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area in scenic Warren County.

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Patriot Hoops Basketball Camp

Click HERE for information and the forms for the Patriot Hoops Camp.

The North Warren Boys and Girls Basketball Program is excited to announce the 4th annual “Patriot Hoops Camp.” Campers of any ability level will have the opportunity to learn and compete in a positive atmosphere that promotes skill development and good sportsmanship.  This will be done through several drills and competitions along with detailed instruction from the North Warren Boys/Girls Basketball coaching staff and players.

Who: Boys and Girls going into 3rd-9th grade
When: July 29th-31st 2019
Time: 8 am- 12 noon
Where: North Warren Gymnasium.  *Enter by the cafeteria.
Goals: To teach INDIVIDUAL FUNDEMENTALS as well as TEAM ASPECTS of Basketball.
Cost: 80$ *Make checks payable to:

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Cue Rock Star: Teacher Ed Tech Training

CUE Rock Star veterans will be sharing the use of Google apps and sharing great lesson ideas, innovative pedagogies, and web tools and apps for all grades! Several sessions will feature #Eduprotocols lessons. Lunch will be provided.

Cost is $120 per educator. 

Click HERE to register.

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Sports Physicals

Pre-Participation physical evaluations (Sports physicals) will be collected on the following dates in the lobby of the school. The nurse and athletic trainer will also be available for any questions regarding registration at that time:

  • July 16 7am-11am)
  • July 23 (7am-11am)
  • Aug 1 (7am-11am)

All physicals must be given to the nurse or athletic trainer.
All originals must be handed in to the athletic trainer or nurse on one of these dates listed above. If you have extenuating circumstances, please contact the athletic trainer or the nurse to discuss.
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PRESS RELEASE From the Townships of Knowlton & Hardwick

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                  

CONTACT:   Mayor Adele Starrs, Knowlton Twp.
(908) 496-0055
CONTACT:    Mayor Kevin Duffy, Hardwick Twp.

June 11, 2019                                                                                            
NJDOT Open House on $65 Million Wall to Be Built in the Delaware Water Gap

On June 18, 2019, the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) will hold an open house regarding their plans to install a 60-foot high concrete pyramid and series of industrial fences on Route 80 through the Delaware Water Gap.  

NJDOT cites the need to protect motorists from potential rockfall on the cliffs in the Delaware Water Gap.  They cite 9 rockfall events between the years 2001 and 2016, including one fatality. 

The section of Route 80 where the project will be built sees approximately 70 car accidents per year, and several documented fatalities, not related to rockfall.  It has an accident rate almost twice the state average.  This project will not address the road conditions causing those accidents.

NJDOT records estimate the cost of the project to be $65.624 million.  The three other current rockfall projects by NJDOT scheduled for construction in NJ are projected to cost $4.6, $3.25, and $8 million.  

This open house is the result of requests from Congressman Josh Gottheimer, NJ State Senator Steven Oroho, Assemblyman Hal Wirths, and Assemblyman Parker Space, who have requested more information about this project, which has garnered significant response from area residents.
Since the unveiling of the project’s design in 2017, the project has garnered opposition from more than 20 area towns and prominent groups including the NJ Sierra Club, National Parks Conservation Association, the NJ League of Municipalities, and three Native American tribes.  

“We should not be walling off the Delaware Water Gap. This is a scenic and environmentally sensitive area and a gateway to a National Park. We believe that given the importance of this area, NJDOT should find an alternative. The project does not demonstrate the need for building a concrete wall up 66-foot along the national recreational area,” said Jeff Tittel, Director of the New Jersey Sierra Club.

The fence will be built within the NJDOT’s right of way on land owned by Knowlton and Hardwick Townships.  The project will be built at the entrance to the Delaware Water Gap National Park.

“To date, there has been no convincing data or evidence presented that supports the need for the extent of the project,” says John Donahue, retired Superintendent of the Delaware National Water Gap Park, who worked at the project location from the years 2003 to 2017 .  “I would have heard about rockfall incidents in the park and I never received one report or complaint.”

The open house will be held at North Warren Regional High School located at 10 Noe Road, Blairstown NJ, from 4:00 to 8:00 pm and will feature NJDOT subject matter representatives at individual stations to answer questions from the public. 

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