We always enjoy seeing arts in action in our schools! We celebrated #ArtsInEducation this week and every week. MBES 1st graders drew Eagles. #WarrenSwagger #WarrenProud
11 days ago, Warren County Schools
1st grader drawing of an Eagle
1st grader drawing of an Eagle
1st grader drawing of an Eagle
1st grader drawing of an Eagle
Good Evening Vaughan Families, I hope that you all had a fun and safe extended weekend! Our instructional school day is 8:00 am to 3:15 pm. Students may enter the building at 7:40 am. The tardy bell will ring at 8:00 am, if your child is not here when the tardy bell rings you will need to park and walk your child to the door to sign them in. Please do not send students to the door alone. An adult must accompany students to the door and sign them in after 8:00 am. This week begins our beginning of the year assessments for all students in grades K-5th. The mClass window opens tomorrow. This state reading diagnostic assessment will be administered to all K-3 students. All students in grades K-5 will take the iReady reading assessment on Thursday, September 8th, and Friday, September 9th. Please encourage your child to take their time and do his or her best. Warren County Schools provides all students with free breakfast and lunch. Car riders will be dismissed at 3:10 pm and bus riders will be dismissed at 3:15 pm. Our carpool procedures are the following: During your morning arrival, we will be unloading cars in increments of 1-5. I will be directing traffic, so you will know when it’s okay to pull up. The staff members at the cones will open your door and let your child out. We are asking that you do not let your child out of the vehicle unless you are at one of the numbered cones and a staff member is there to help unload them. We are also requesting that you do not pull out of the lineup and drive around the cars that are in front of you. That creates a safety issue for the staff that is unloading the cars in front of you. During our afternoon dismissal, all parents will be required to drive through the carpool line. There will not be any walk-ups to get your child. This means that you must remain in your vehicle. When you enter the carpool line you will be told which cone to stop at, your child will be brought to that cone, and a staff member will load them into your vehicle. Again we are asking that you don’t get out of the lineup and drive around the cars in front of you. This process will help improve our student safety during arrival and dismissal. I am asking for your cooperation and patience as we all work together to keep our students safe. Let's have a great week
22 days ago, Sophelia McMannen
Get ready for school with free school supplies!

Drive-Thru School Supply Giveaway

Saturday, August 27, 2022
10:00am - Until
Mag's Market Place (formerly Just Save Grocery)
307 E. Macon St., Warrenton, NC 27589

Organized by the Warren Family Institute

For More Information, contact:
Linda Reid Pitchford
252-257-1134

about 1 month ago, Warren County Schools
Warren Family Institute. Drive-Thru School Supply Giveaway. Saturday, August 27, 2022 10:00am - Until at Mag's Market Place. 307 E. Macon St. Warrenton, NC 27589. Formerly Just Save Grocery.  For More Information Contact: Linda Reid Pitchford @ 252-257-1134
ICYMI: 🎼It was 🎵 to our 👂listening to NC Symphony bass trombonist Matthew Neff reading to the crowd and playing instruments at Warren County Memorial Library Wednesday. Thanks for celebrating #WarrenArts #WarrenProud
about 2 months ago, Warren County Schools
NC Symphony bass trombonist Matthew Neff reading a book to others at the Warren County Memorial Library
NC Symphony bass trombonist Matthew Neff playing an instrument
Looking for something fun to do this week? Come hear from a bass trombonist with the NC Symphony Wed., Aug. 10 at 10 a.m. at Warren County Memorial Library! Matthew Neff will read a book about music, talk about his trombone, and talk about how instruments make their sounds. All students, children, families, and members of the community are welcome to attend this free event! Thanks to our partners - Warren County Memorial Library, Warren County Community Foundation, NC Symphony, and PNC Grow Up Great. 🎼🎶🎵
about 2 months ago, Warren County Schools
NC Symphony bass trombonist Matthew Neff holding his trombone
NC Symphony Music Discovery. Grow Up Great. Sponsored by PNC
Summer shouldn't be a break from learning. For 250 of our students, it was an opportunity to LEARN MORE, DO MORE, AND EXPLORE MORE. Field trips to the Poe Center, NCCU, and Shaw. Hands-on activities. Learning and having fun. We loved spending the summer with you! #WarrenProud
2 months ago, Warren County Schools
Warren County Schools students making the eagle sign with their arms, posing in front of an NCCU Eagle Pride sign
Students using cups, strings, scissors, poles, rulers, and other materials to make a windmill.
Students walking into the Poe Center's PlayWell Park
Students playing Jeopardy
Summer Bridge Camp Open House
Thursday, June 30, 2022 in Mariam Boyd Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room. Drop by between 1-2:30 p.m. All registered K-12th grade campers will receive camp schedules, teacher/location assignments, bus assignments, and attendance expectations
First Day of Camp: July 11, 2022.
3 months ago, Warren County Schools
Picture of camper walking towards tent next to a campfire at night. Text: Camp Warren  Presents Summer Bridge Open House.  Who: K-12th Grade Students who are registered. When: June 30, 2022. Where: Mariam Boyd Elementary. Time: 1-2:30 pm (Floating).  Campers will be receiving schedules, bus assignments, and expectations of attendance.  Join us for S'More Learning!!!
We hope you enjoy your first full day of summer! Teachers and staff, it's almost your turn for a day off! 😇
4 months ago, Warren County Schools
Picture of Superintendent Sutton with students and a teacher. Text: Thank you for a great school year! Have a great summer!
Free COVID-19 testing info
Visit the Warren County Health Department website for free COVID-19 testing dates, times, and locations.
4 months ago, Warren County Schools
Free COVID-19 Testing. Event location: Warren County Armory Civic Center 501 US Hwy 158 Business East Warrenton, NC 27589. Dates:  June 6, 2022 from 9:00am-3:00pm. June 7, 2022 from 9:00am-3:00pm. June 8, 2022 from 9:00am-3:00pm. June 9, 2022 from 9:00am-3:00pm. June 10, 2022 CLOSED. Appointment Scheduling: • You do not need an appointment in order to get a Rapid Test (while supplies are available) • To schedule an appointment, visit lhi.care/covidtesting. • Call (877) 562-4850 if you do not have internet or are registering for a minor. • Walk-ins are welcomed for PCR tests. • Call 1-877-562-4828 if don’t get your results by text or email. QUALIFICATIONS: Anyone who meets the testing criteria can be tested at an OptumServe community testing site, including uninsured, underinsured, undocumented and homeless individuals. OptumServe will generate a unique identification number for individuals who do not have a driver’s license.
Good Evening Parents, This is Principal Mrs. McMannen with your weekly updates. I hope everyone is enjoying their extended weekend! School is closed tomorrow in observance of Memorial Day. I would like to personally thank you all for making sure that your child was present at school for their end-of-grade assessments. We had 98% participation from our 3rd, 4th and 5th-grade students. Summer remediation will be offered to students who are not proficient on their end-of-grade assessments and it is highly encouraged. There are only 6 instructional days left in this school year and this will be a very busy week at Vaughan Elementary. Specific information has been sent home about upcoming events. If you have any additional questions, please reach out to your child’s teacher. Cell phones are not allowed at school or on school buses. This is a district-wide policy. If students are caught with a cell phone, it will be taken and a parent will have to come to the school to get it. The tardy bell rings at 8:15 am. If your child is not here by 8:15 you will need to park and come sign your child in. Please don’t send your child to the door unattended because they need to be signed in by an adult. Thanks for your continued support of Vaughan Elementary School. Let’s have a great week!
4 months ago, Sophelia McMannen
Good Evening Parents, This is Principal Mrs. McMannen with your weekly updates. I hope everyone had a great weekend. This is a big week for our third, fourth, and fifth graders. Students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade will take their End of Grade Assessments this week. They will take them in the following order: Tuesday, May 24th-Reading Wednesday, May 25th-Reading makeups Thursday, May 26th-Math Friday, May 27th-5th Grade Science Summer remediation will be offered to students who are not proficient on their End of Grade Assessments and it is highly encouraged. Several grade-level celebrations have been planned. A flyer with specific information will be sent home. Cell phones are not allowed at school or on school buses. This is a district-wide policy. If students are caught with a cell phone, it will be taken and a parent will have to come to the school to get it. The tardy bell rings at 8:15 am. If your child is not here by 8:15 you will need to park and come sign your child in. Please don’t send your child to the door unattended because they need to be signed in by an adult. Thanks for your continued support of Vaughan Elementary School. Let’s have a great week!
4 months ago, Sophelia McMannen
lGood Evening Parents, This is Principal Mrs. McMannen with your weekly updates. I would like to thank you all for supporting our spring musical, “What a Wonderful World”. Our students did an excellent job. Students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade will take their End of Grade Assessments during the week of May 23rd to May 27th. They will take them in the following order: May 24th-Reading May 25th-REading makeups May 26th-Math May 27th-Science Summer remediation will be offered to students who are not proficient on their End of Grade Assessments and it is highly encouraged. Warren County Schools is also offering several summer learning camps this summer. Information about the various camps has already been sent home. Cell phones are not allowed at school or on school buses. It has become a problem these last 2 weeks. This is a district policy. Please talk with your child and remind them that cell phones are to stay at home. If students are caught with a cell phone, it will be taken and a parent will have to come to the school to get it. The tardy bell rings at 8:15 am. If your child is not here by 8:15 you will need to park and come sign your child in. Please don’t send your child to the door unattended because they need to be signed in by an adult. Thanks for your continued support of Vaughan Elementary School. Let’s have a great week!
4 months ago, Sophelia McMannen
Apply now to attend Camp Warren this summer! Whether it's to improve a course grade, meet grade-level reading requirements, get ahead in a subject, or just because you love learning - we've got a great camp just for you! And did we mention it's FREE?!? https://bit.ly/3FOeGvK
4 months ago, Warren County Schools
Pictures of student dissecting a snake and students preparing to launch an experimental rocket. Text: Camp Warren k-12 Summer Learning Programs. Applications due May 27, 2022. Engage, prepare and be active! Warren County Schools, NC. 1886. Reading Math Science STEM activities Quilting Engineering Let's Get Fit Creative Thinking Credit Recovery Read to Achieve Career Exploration Social Emotional Learning  and much more! Transportation and Meals are provided. Contact your school for details.
Today is School Nurse Day! It’d take much more than a single day to adequately celebrate our School Nurses! These professionals have been non-stop throughout the Pandemic... caring for students and staff, contact tracing COVID cases, connecting families to school and community resources, helping manage chronic conditions, training staff, administering medications, creating health guidelines for the district, coordinating with local, state and federal health officials, and the list goes on and on. Thank your school nurse for helping keep our schools open, helping keep our students and staff healthy, and their commitment to staying and working in Warren County to serve our families. #SND2022 #EverydayHeroes #WarrenProud #ThankANurse #SchoolNursesTeachUsAll
5 months ago, Warren County Schools
Text: We (heart) our school nurses. Bridging healthcare and education. 2022 School Nurse Day. Warren County Schools, NC. 1886. Images: 2 school nurses, heart, stethoscope, medical cross symbol
Spring Musical Announcement: Students need to arrive back at school by 5:30 p.m. The dress code is dark bottoms and white or light tops. 3rd Graders have other colors that were assigned by Mrs. Colin.
5 months ago, Sophelia McMannen
Good Evening Parents, This is Principal Mrs. McMannen with your weekly updates. I would like to thank you all for the love that was shown to our amazing staff during Teacher’s Appreciation Week. We also received a lot of support for our Global Field Day. Thanks for sending snacks, setting up tents, and being there to cheer our students on. You all are the best! We will present our spring musical, “What a Wonderful World” this Thursday, May 12th. The program will begin at 6:00 p.m. Students that are participating in the program need to be at school at 5:30 p.m. Mrs. Colin has asked that all participating students wear a white or light top and dark bottoms. A lot of great things are happening at Vaughan Elementary and I am so happy that you all are able to experience them with us. The tardy bell rings at 8:15 am. If your child is not here by 8:15 you will need to park and come sign your child in. Please don’t send your child to the door unattended because they need to be signed in by an adult. Thanks for your continued support of Vaughan Elementary School. Let’s have a great week!
5 months ago, Sophelia McMannen
❤️ Teachers change lives, one day at a time, one child at a time. ❤️ How can we adequately show appreciation for that?! Start by #ThankATeacher! Happy National Teacher Appreciation Week! #WarrenProud #WeOweYouEverything
5 months ago, Warren County Schools
Teacher teaching a classroom full of students
Dear Parents, It looks like the rain is going to hold off and we are going to be able to have our field day outside. We are going to begin at 8:45. Our K-2 students will compete from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. and 3-5 will compete from 10:15-11:15 a.m. Kona Ice will be here since we are going to be outside. Students can purchase Kona Ice for the following prices: $4 - KLASSIC $5 - KING $6 - COLOR CHANGE or KOLLECTABLE
5 months ago, Sophelia McMannen
Please join us for a Title 1 Planning Meeting for next school year. The meeting is Tuesday, May 10 at 4 p.m. in the multipurpose room at Mariam Boyd Elementary School. We look forward to seeing you there, as we work together to create the best schools for our students!
5 months ago, Warren County Schools
Blue square with images of school supplies in the background, like a calculator, protractor, pens and pencils, an apple, a clock, paper clips, colored pencils, paint, and legos. Text: Title 1 Planning Meeting for 2022-23 school year. When: Tuesday, May 10 at 4:00 p.m. Where: Mariam Boyd Elementary multipurpose room. For more information call 252-287-3184 or email kscott@warrenk12nc.org.
Shout out your favorite teacher! What did they do that made you feel special? "They may forget what you said, but they will not forget how you made them feel." - Carl Buechner #ThankATeacher #TeacherAppreciation2022 #WarrenProud
5 months ago, Warren County Schools
Teacher and three students smiling