The Wright Experience- Episode 2: Dr. Mary L. Young, Superintendent- Warren County Schools, NC https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ykuifQkWQmU
As you know, the state of NC requires all JUNIORS to complete the ACT test. Those who were unable to participate in the original test are to report to campus for the make-up administration next Tuesday, March 9, beginning at 8:00 a.m. Do bring your school-issued Chromebooks and be assured all social distancing protocols will be in place.
As you know, all sophomores are expected to participate in the important pre-ACT test, which gives invaluable information to students and parents regarding college readiness. This exam will be administered free-of-charge on campus with all social distancing protocols in place on Tuesday, March 16, beginning at 8:00 a.m. Best wishes to the Class of 2023!
She became one of the 20th Century’s most influential jurists. On Feb. 23, 1965, Constance Baker Motley is voted Manhattan Borough president, the highest elective office held by an African-American woman in a major U.S. city until that time. As noted below, this is but one of the many “firsts” achieved by this remarkable scholar!
Just a reminder to all JUNIORS that the state of NC requires participation in the ACT, which will be administered in person, free of charge, here at New Tech next Tues., Feb. 23. All social distancing protocols will be in effect, and students need to arrive no later than 8 AM. While the ACT is a paper and pencil exam, students will need to bring their school-issued Chromebooks to access information that must be completed on the test. Wishing the Class of 2022 every success on this important test!
Attention, Juniors! As you know, the state of NC requires all juniors to take the ACT, which will be administered free-of-charge here on campus next Tuesday, February 23. Students should arrive at school no later than 8:00 am; all social distancing protocols will be in place. Wishing the Class of 2022 the very best on this important exam!
Although he did not make his high school varsity squad as a sophomore, Michael Jordan, born this day in 1963, went on to become one of basketball’s greatest. A successful businessman now the majority owner of the Charlotte Hornets, he just pledged $10 million to open two new medical clinics near his Wilmington, NC hometown.
On this day in 1968, Henry Lewis becomes the first African-American to lead a symphony orchestra in the United States. A child prodigy, he was also the first African-American instrumentalist in a major American symphony orchestra, the Los Angeles Philharmonic, which he joined at the age of sixteen in 1948.
Attention, Freshmen! As you know, the state Math 1 check-in will be administered during your regularly scheduled virtual Math 1 class on Wednesday, February 24. You will need to use your school-issued Chromebook to access the exam. A packet containing your test code as well as graph and plain paper you may use in taking the test can be picked up here on campus between 9-3 weekdays. Best wishes!
On this day in 1990, after being detained as a political prisoner for nearly three decades, Nelson Mandela is released from a South African prison. Upon his passing in 2013, President Barack Obama wrote, “his journey from prisoner to president embodied the promise that human beings and countries can change for the better.”
Good Morning, Seniors- As we look forward to commencement, please know your orders for cap and gown must be submitted no later than Thursday, February 18, to guarantee arrival by graduation. You can follow the online Josten’s instructions forwarded to you via email or pick up a paper ordering packet here on campus. Proud of the Class of 2021!
As you know, all high school juniors in NC are required under state law to take the American College Testing (ACT) exam (please see our website post of January 27 for more complete details). This test will be administered free-of-charge here on campus on Tuesday, February 23. The ACT is part of the NC school accountability program and colleges use results for admission decisions and the like. If you qualify for an exemption, you must complete the NCDPI exemption form available at the school by Friday, February 5.
We at New Tech are honored to celebrate Black History Month 2021; throughout February, be sure to check out our “On This Day” feature!
Good Afternoon, New Tech Parents- As you know, today marks the midpoint of our fourth six weeks. Student progress reports for the grading period were mailed today via the USPS and should be arriving at your homes in short order. Best wishes to all our Knights as we continue our studies this spring semester!
Just a reminder to our seniors that CPR training required for NC high school graduation is being conducted virtually during Joust today, Tuesday, January 26; many thanks to Nurse Williams for helping lead this important endeavor. All students are also reminded that your Block 3 daily Joust class is a year-long course requirement where you receive a grade impacting your GPA.
So proud of our senior class president Kniya Purnell, who was just recognized as one of only 45 $1,000 scholarship winners across the nation in the 4th annual Payback Challenge sponsored by Next Gen Personal Finance! NGPF is a California-based non-profit dedicated to promoting youth financial literacy. Kniya was guided in the scholarship application process by Ms. Waugh-Lewis.
As you know, make-ups for state-mandated EOC tests originally administered last month begin tomorrow in English 2 and continue on Thursday with Math 3 and Friday with biology. Students should arrive on campus no later than 8:00 am and all social distancing protocols will be adhered to. Best wishes to our Knights testing this week!
As you know, make-up days for state-mandated EOC tests originally rendered in December have been established. Wednesday, Jan. 20, is dedicated to English 2; Thursday, Jan. 21 is slated for Math 3; and Friday, Jan. 22 is devoted to biology. Please be reminded that you need to bring your school-issued Chromebook to access the exam and arrive on campus no later than 8:00 a.m. All social distancing protocols, including masks, will be followed. Best wishes to those completing these important assessments!
With a winter weather warning in effect and the likelihood of snow in the forecast, please know that our school building will be closed tomorrow, Friday, January 8. Should you need to contact the main office or counseling department, please reach out via email; we will also have incoming phone calls forwarded to the appropriate party as those typically reporting to campus work remotely from home. Thank you and be safe!
Wishing Happy New Year 2021 to all our Knights and their families; do hope you have enjoyed our winter break! As you know, tomorrow, Monday, January 4, is a required teacher workday, and we will resume on-line instruction for our students as we begin our second semester on Tuesday, January 5. Hope you have a great afternoon!
Best wishes to our biology students as they take their NC state EOC exam tomorrow, Wednesday, December 16. You should report to campus no later than 8AM. Be sure to bring your school-issued Chromebook and charger to access the test. All social distancing protocols, including masks, will be in effect. Our best also to all our Knights as they continue taking their teacher-made exams virtually this week. As you know, our first semester concludes this Friday, December 18.
Wishing our Math 3 students the very best on their NC state EOC exam tomorrow, Tuesday, December 15. You should arrive on campus no later than 8 am and be sure to bring both your school-issued Chromebook and charger to access the test. All social distancing protocols will be in place; thus, all must wear a mask.
Wishing our English 2 students the very best on their state EOC exam on Monday; you should arrive on campus no later than 8 am and bring your school-issued Chromebook to access the test. All social distancing protocols will be in place; thus, you must wear a mask. The Math 3 EOC test follows here on Tuesday, with the biology EOC exam rendered on Wednesday. should arrive
We look forward to celebrating the “sweet” success of our students at our drive-thru recognition program next Wednesday, December 9, from 5:00-6:00 p.m at our main entrance. Among our honorees are members of the Principal’s List and Honor Roll, Students of the Month and winners in the 2020 Virtual Science Fair! 🎉
Check out the Warren County Schools Virtual Science Fair Website! Click on this link to access the site. http://wcs-stem.weebly.com/science--engineering-fair.html
This is just a reminder that the North Carolina state end-of-course tests will be administered here on our New Tech campus beginning Monday, December 14, with all social distancing protocols in place. English 2 students will sit for their exam on that Monday, December 14. Math 3 students will take their test on Tuesday, December 15, and biology students will take their exam on Wednesday, December 16. Students should arrive to school no later than 8:00 am for testing. As always, we wish our Knights the very best on these important state tests; if you have any questions, please reach out to us.
Attention students; registration for Spring Vance Granville Courses is currently underway. Any student who is currently enrolled or would like to take a class in the spring is asked to contact Mrs Ragland asap. The deadline to register is December 11th. If you have any questions about a particular program or what classes you can take, please contact your counselor or Mrs. Ragland asap for more information. You can reach her via email or cell number at 252-590-0303. Don't wait too late!
We look forward to honoring the members of the Principal’s List and Honor Roll for the second grading period and our November Students of the Month at our drive-thru recognition program next Wednesday, December 9, from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. in front of our main entrance! Know all social distancing protocols will be maintained. 🎉
Good Morning, New Tech Parents- Please know that you will be receiving your child’s progress reports for this, the third six-week grading period, in short order via the U.S. Postal Service. As you know, the coming days will be important as this current grading period and our fall semester conclude December 18. As always, if you have any questions, please do call on us.
Attention Parents of Warren County Schools Students. As we prepare for the possibility of reopening schools for in-person learning, we would like to know how you feel about this topic. Please click on the link below to complete a short survey. Also included in the survey form is an application to apply for your students to attend a virtual academy if the district does offer an in person option. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/KJMXWNS
Juniors and Seniors interested in taking dual enrollment courses through VGCC next semester are strongly encouraged to attend tonight’s CCP meeting with Ms. Ragland at 5:30 pm. More information has been sent to your student email address.
When a child graduates from Warren County, what characteristics are most valuable to their success? By the time they are 25, what will be true of Warren County graduates? These are the types of questions the Warren County Board of Education wants you to answer at their upcoming fall community forum. Join the Board of Education and other community partners as they meet virtually on October 27th at 6 pm to listen to parents, students, and other community members as they discuss what the community needs and wants to see from Warren County Schools moving forward. This forum is not about COVID-19 and pandemic-related concerns. Instead, it is about our vision for the future of Warren County Schools. Registration is required. Register at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAudOitpjwoHt2qorKc6qI6Qz_7XKEMZox3
What excites you about Warren County Schools? What’s missing? When a child graduates from Warren County, what characteristics are most valuable to their success? By the time they are 25, what will be true of Warren County graduates? Help the Board of Education understand what you want for students of Warren County. Please complete a community survey where your anonymous answers will help lead a discussion at the upcoming community forum on October 27, 2020, at 6 pm. Survey results will also help the Board of Education in its strategic planning. This survey should only take you about five minutes (maybe even less) and is meant for students, parents, AND community members. Complete the survey at https://forms.gle/ScR1JRuxDns1xRZa9.
THE FAFSA IS OPEN! Over the next couple of weeks Mrs. Tanner and Ms. Brown will be working with seniors to complete their RDS and FAFSA. Parents, if you’d like to receive individual assistance with the FAFSA/RDS or if you have questions. Please reach out to Ms. Brown by email, email@example.com or make an appointment with her at https://koalendar.com/events/WNTHS-By-Appointment-Office-Hours
Good morning Knights!!!! I would like to introduce you all to Warren New Tech High School's new principal, Dr. Brian Matney. We are very excited to have Dr. Matney join our New Tech family. Please feel free to reach out to Dr. Matney if you have any questions or concerns. firstname.lastname@example.org
CACRAO Virtual College Exploration free live sessions for students and parents begins TODAY! With over 280 sessions and representation from 201 colleges and universities, there is something for everyone. Register here: https://cacrao.org/programs/2020-high-school-student-registration
Good morning, Knights! Please make arrangements to pickup your child’s progress reports today if you were unable to come by the school Friday. We will be here from 8:00-5:30. We look forward to seeing our parents and students today.
WNTHS Parents, this is a reminder that Progress Reports will be available to pick up tomorrow, Friday, September 4th from 8:00am - 4:00pm and Tuesday, September 8th from 8:00am - 5:30pm. Please be prepared to spend 5-10 minutes completing paperwork including Student Health Packets for the 2020-2021 school year. Students will receive a Joust grade for the return of these completed packets. Seniors will receive a schedule for their senior pictures this evening to confirm your senior appointment times.
Progress Reports Ready for Pickup... Good afternoon Mighty Knights, Progress Reports will be ready for pickup on Friday, September 4th from 8:00-4:00 and Tuesday, September 8th from 8:00-5:30. Please make arrangements to come to the school to pick up progress reports along with other important documents such as school handbooks as well as health packets. Seniors, don't forget your picture day this Friday, September 4th. Please arrive at your designated time and remember you are allowed to bring one adult with you and one change of clothes. You must wear a mask upon entering the building as well as answer Covid protocol questions. We look forward to seeing you all on Friday!
Good morning Knights!!!! Today marks the 10th day of school! We thank you all for your work and patience as we worked through the kinks to make this process as smoothly as possible. Parents and students, if you are having difficulty logging in or any problem whatsoever we are here to help. We will be offering help sessions next week for parents to come to the school to get one-on-one assistance and "teaching" sessions to better equip you on how to monitor and help your child during virtual teaching. Please call the school to setup appoints. Reminders: 1. Seniors, your senior portraits are scheduled for Friday, September 4th. Please arrive to school at your scheduled time. 2. Progress Reports will be going out next Thursday. Thank you all for your diligence in ensuring this is a great school year!
Week 2 of virtual learning begins in the morning! If any student has any problems logging into Echo or your email, please call the front desk or email Ms. Wilker or Mrs. Tanner. Have a great evening!
Parents, we want to thank you all for helping to make the first day of class such a success! This is a reminder that virtual open house will take place this evening at 6:00pm. The link to the open house will be sent to your child’s email account at 5:00. “See” you all at 6:00.
Good afternoon Knights! I have great news!!! WNTHS will be issuing Chromebooks for pick up on Friday from 9:00-3:00 so students will be able to begin the first day of a school virtually. If you are planning on picking up a Chromebook please make sure you bring your $20.00 user fee. When the new Chromebooks arrive you will be able to come to switch out old Chromebooks with the new ones.
Attention all parents and students!!! We are planning a drive through pick up on Friday from 9:00-3:00 for families to come and pick up All needed materials and schedules. Monday, August 17th will be students first day of school. We will have a mandatory virtual student orientation on Monday at 10:00am to discuss expectations and procedures and answer any questions students may have. Tuesday, August 18th we will have a virtual open house beginning at 6:00pm. The virtual open house will allow parents to hear the expectations for students and allow parents to ask questions. Information on virtual meetings will be sent to students email accounts. Students please be reminded that VGCC classes begin on Monday as well! Please feel free to call with any questions or concerns you may have.
Click on the link below to access the 2020-21 Warren County Schools Virtual Convocation. The event starts at 8:30 am on Wednesday, August 12, 2020. Welcome to the 2020-21 School Year! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLwDMK06kErzZMQdhKtsKeA/live
Students taking VGCC courses this fall should check their student email account for instructions on setting up and logging in to their VGCC accounts. Ms. Ragland will be hosting new student Zoom Orientation next week.
Important Dates to Remember: August 17th, students first day of virtual school. September 4th, senior portraits
"Reopening School Updates from our Superintendent" Click on the link below to access the message. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/802251/Warren_Parent_Update_July_2020.mp3
Attention Warren County Schools parents. After carefully reviewing the data that you provided in a recent survey, we are making plans for the 2020-21 school year based on your feedback. Parents that are interested in their student(s) participating in an all online learning environment next year will need to complete an application to participate in our Virtual Academy. We are also asking parents that do not plan to allow their students to ride the school bus next year to complete an opt-out form so that we can plan on the number of students that will be riding buses.. Click on the links in this message to access the Virtual Academy Application and the Transportation Opt-Out Form. In addition to the online forms, schools will be mailing out these forms in paper format today to all parents. There is a stamped envelope inside each packet that will allow you to mail it back to us. If you have questions, please contact your child's school or the Warren County School District Office. Click on this link to access the online Virtual Academy Application: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WN9SQJT Click on this link to access the Transportation Opt-out Form: https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/793641/Warren_County_Schools_Transportation_Services_Opt_Information_and_Form__REV_7__7_2020.pdf
Attention Parents: We are extending the deadline to complete the Parent Re-Entry Plan Survey until Sunday. Click on the link below and provide your input on how you think school should operate this year. We have 950 responses so far! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/N6G73BC
Good morning Knights! Report Cards were mailed out Monday. If you have not received your child’s report card by Friday please call the school so we can ensure we have your correct address. Have a safe and enjoyable summer!
Click on the link to check out the Warren County Schools High School Graduation Ceremony. Congratulations to the Class of 2020 at Warren Early College, Warren New Tech and Warren County High Schools. Click on the link below to see the video. https://youtu.be/xZ0u_qK2-rQ
Report cards will be available tomorrow for pick up as well as prom refunds. Come by the school between 8:00-4:00.
This is a friendly reminder that report card pick up has been delayed because of printing issues. As soon as report cards are printed and available I will let you know.
Good morning Knights! Warren County Schools has put out a parent survey on the website to get parents' input on starting school next school year. Parents, please take a moment to complete the survey. Click on the survey link below to access the survey. It should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/N6G73BC Also, if you paid for prom tickets your refund check is available for pick up at the school.
Report card pick up scheduled for tomorrow will have to be postponed due to printing errors. I will inform you all when report cards will be ready for pick up. Prom reimbursements will be ready for pick up beginning tomorrow so if you purchased prom tickets please stop by the school between the hours of 8:00-4:00 to pick up your reimbursment check.
Report Card Pickup!!! Good afternoon Knights! Report cards, printed transcripts, and prom refunds will be available for pickup beginning this Thursday, June 11th. Please make arrangements to pick up your report cards Thursday or Friday between the hours of 8:00-4:00. We will also be available the following week, June 15th, Monday thru Thursday from 7:00am- 5:00pm. Thank you and have a great day!
Good morning! I would like to take another moment to congratulate our seniors for ALL their many accomplishments this school year. You all looked great Saturday and despite the uniqueness of the commencement ceremony it was great being able to celebrate all Warren County seniors. I would also like to thank everyone who worked tireless behind the scenes to make Saturday a huge success! Mr. Andre Steward, Mrs. Donna Martin, and Mrs. Clair Vandiford I know put in countless hours prepping before hand and working so hard Saturday morning and I just want to say "Thank you" for all your hard work! And I'm sure there are many more dedicated people who worked many extra hours and I want to say "Thank you" to everyone who pulled together so we could honor our Warren County seniors!
Today is bittersweet; today we will recognize our last senior and how fitting it is to recognize this senior on graduation day! Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Tyrell Wilson as our senior for the day. Tyrell is the type of student who leaves a lasting impression on everyone he meets and the type of student, teachers and staff will never forget. Since the beginning of his senior year, Tyrell has been on top of every requirement because he did not want to wait until the last minute and he had this attitude with everything he did including his arrival time to school. Tyrell typically arrived to school each morning by 7:00am beating every student to school and most staff members. Tyrell has been a perfectionist and completes his tasks long before they are due. I have gotten to know Tyrell personally this year with our one-on-one talks and I must say his maturity level and the amount of respect he has for his grandparents is unprecedented for a young man of his age. He contributes the man he has grown into solely to his grandparents and his appreciation and love he has for them deeply humbles me. Tyrell will be heading to East Carolina University in the fall where he will be majoring in Computer Science. From the very first interaction that I had with Tyrell, I knew that he was special. In addition to his incredible work ethic that made him a wonderful student to teach, he was always helpful and patient with his peers, and was the most attentive listener. I was thrilled when I had drawn Tyrell’s name to be a part of my “Family”. I am forever thankful for the opportunities to celebrate all of Tyrell’s accomplishments with him this school year. I will always remember our sparkling cider toast that our family held for Tyrell when he was accepted to and committed to his top choice school, East Carolina University! I am so proud of how hard Tyrell has worked to achieve his goals and I know that he is prepared and ready to take on the world. Now, he is a proud Pirate, but I will always be proud that he is my “son”. - Tanner Tyrell has always gone above and beyond in my classroom. He questions everything and thinks objectively. He grasps knowledge and takes it in while also considering all other factors. He is a complex thinker. I know he will do great things - Wisler Congratulations Tyrell! We will certainly miss you at Warren New Tech but know you have great things in store for you. We wish you much success! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Guess what day it is?!? It’s graduation day!!! Seniors we will see you at the Middle School in bus parking lot at 9:15 and graduation will promptly begin at 10:00. Congratulations Seniors on this milestone and we can’t wait to see you and celebrate you!!!!
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Daniel White as our senior of the day. Daniel's presence does not go unnoticed down the hall of New Tech. Daniel towers over the majority of his classmates but despite his stature, Daniel is a very quiet, mannerable young man who tries not to stand out but he does stand out in all the right ways. Daniel is a very hard worker and is self-motivated especially when it comes to his online college courses as well as his projects in his regular high school courses. Daniel has a drive about him that will allow him to be successful with whatever he does in life. Daniel plans on attending East Carolina University in the fall where he will major in Business. Daniel has a very modest personality. He is a focused and goal-driven student and his approach towards teamwork and projects is commendable. I will most certainly miss his unassuming nature and his great sense of humor. - Waugh-Lewis Daniel is a quiet student and is friendly to all of his peers. As a student in a project-based learning environment, he has acquired the skills to work with peers of different strengths, personalities and work ethics. He considers himself to be an individual who “gets along with everyone”. After speaking with teachers and school staff, they shared that he is cooperative and hard working. He is a great problem solver and demonstrates a positive growth mindset when he approaches setbacks. - Tanner Congratulations Daniel! We wish you success and a bright future ahead of you. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Kellen Tucker as our senior for the day. Kellen is the student who always says "Yes ma`am" not matter what, whether he is in the right or not. Kellen wore his baseball shirt to school one day and I was fussing telling him he could not wear the shirt and all Kellen said was, "Yes ma`am" and went and put his school polo shirt on. He never said, "It's game day" instead he simply complied with my request. Later when I realized he was in the right and I was in the wrong, he without hesitation accepted my apology and put his baseball shirt back on and never mentioned it again. That is the type of student he is, very mannerable and nonconfrontational and always willing to go above and beyond in everything he does. Kellen has been a student athlete his entire high school career playing soccer and baseball, but baseball has always been his passion. Kellen plans on attending East Carolina University in the fall where he will be majoring in accounting. I am so happy to call Kellen "my son". During family meetings I can depend on him to offer beneficial 'big brother' advice whether it is academic or social. He leads by example participating in Family Projects and others activities as well as staying focused academically as well as keeping his promises. He has a very kind heart and I admire that as well as many of his other attributes. Kellen, I wish you success in your endeavors. Go and Grow! - Waugh-Lewis I have been very impressed with Kellen’s ability to manage multiple activities while also taking a rigorous course load. He has demonstrated the responsibility and accountability necessary to meet the expectations that his teachers, coaches, parents and supervisors have of him. Kellen is a student athlete, maintains a part-time job, volunteers at the local fire department and is enrolled two college courses at the local community college. His experiences and service have shaped him into a well-rounded, humble young man. - Tanner Congratulations Kellen! The sky is the the limit. Go forward and make your mark on this world. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Good morning families! Please do not forget about the Zoom meeting this evening at 5:30. The code for the meeting has been emailed to all students so please ask your child to open his/her email and share with you the link. Please let me know if I can be of any assistance. "See" you all at 5:30.
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Selena Thompson as our senior of the day. Selena is the type of student you will never forget; she has a beautiful smile and disposition. She speaks up when she does not understand something or when she simply disagrees. She has been on the softball team every year expect her senior year of high school because her schedule was too overwhelming. She is a hard worker both in school and out of school. Selena is an all around great student with a heart of gold. Selena plans on attending Wake Technical Community College in the fall where she will study nursing. Selena is a very clever and smart young lady. She is a hard worker both in school and out. She is a very, very capable young lady that will be successful at anything she puts her mind to. The Future is YOURS! Ms. Grantham Selena is a fun-loving student. I have enjoyed my rapport with her even when she would say "I don't got time for this" then go right ahead and complete her tasks. She has a warm and caring personality hidden behind her "don't care" attitude. Selena, congratulations, be brave and challenge yourself to continue succeeding. - Waugh-Lewis Congratulation Selena! You will definitely be missed at New Tech but we wish you all the luck in your future. Future patients will be in good hands with you being their nurse. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Jackson Ross as our senior of the day. Jackson is a very laid back student that has the ability to make anyone laugh. He is always willing to offer a helping hand to anyone in need no matter how big or small the job. He is very dependable and when he gives you his word he does not disappoint you. Most students cannot wait for the school day to end but Jackson willingly extended his learning four days a week to take evening welding classes at Vance Granville and excelled. Jackson plans to pursue his welding certification at Vance Granville Community College in the fall. Jackson was that one son a mother could not do without. He had a hint of mischief in his eyes each time he tackled a project and you knew it was going to be super. Jackson was a "Jack of all trades and a master of all." His passion for practical tasks is unequivocal. The world is waiting on you to build a powerful stage for your success young man! May the son continue to shine on you my SON! Congratulations Jackson! We know with your determination and drive you will accomplish any and everything you set out to accomplish. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Seniors, if you have not picked up your senior sign from the Armory please do so this week. We are certainly looking forward to celebrating our seniors Saturday at graduation beginning at 10am. Parents of students in grades 9-11 we will be having a zoom session Wednesday at 5:30 to discuss grades and GPA’s. Parents teachers will be making individual calls beginning June 1st to inform parents of grades and options.
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Joshua Robinson as our senior of the day. Despite all obstacles, Joshua has pushed through and persevered this school year. He is willing to do whatever it takes to make sure he has completed all requirements and expectations. He has been an athlete throughout his high school years and continued to support his basketball team even when he was recovering this fall. Joshua has been an upstanding student his entire time at New Tech and has always had a great disposition, positive attitude and very mannerable, these are the soft skills that can not be taught. Joshua has always been a mild mannered. Joshua was always calm and respectful even when he complained about me assigning too much work. Joshua is smart, hardworking and determined. I'm sure that he will use those same attributes in his future endeavors. Remember to always put your best foot forward and never give up on your dreams. Best wishes to you! ~ W. Turrentine Earlier this school year, Josh underwent surgery that required him to miss a significant amount of school. During his recovery, despite being out of school and away from instruction, Josh impressed me so much with his ability to maintain his school work and with his smooth transition back into the classroom. Despite the hardships that come with surgery and school absences, Josh has managed to have his best academic year since being a Warren New Tech High School student. - Tanner Congratulations Joshua! We wish you all the best in your future. Dream big and reach for the stars! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Jose R. Labra as our senior of the day. Jose is one of the quietest student I have ever met and he has been since his elementary days at South Warren Elementary. Jose has the sweetest, most sincere smiles you will ever see. He is a very mannerable student who is extremely diligent and such a hard worker. Jose` plans to study Criminal Justice at Vance Granville Community College in the fall. Jose is extremely smart and works hard in the classroom. What sticks out to me the most about Jose is his positive attitude. He is always so mannerable and respectful. Best wishes in his future endeavors. ~ W. Turrentine Jose is so much smarter than what may be seen to the naked eye. He has always been one of the quieter students (just like I was) but does not hold back when it comes to showing his intelligence. Jose is brilliant and can pay attention when the entire room is distracted. He could remember a small thought said as students are leaving the classroom. His mind is capable of much more than he has been held accountable for. He can do great things that even he isn't aware of - Wisler Congratulations, Jose! We wish you the best in your future and know you will do well. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Alaina Pulley as our senior of the day. Alaina is a student who is wise way beyond her years. She is the mother hen of her senior group taking care of everyone and cheering her friends on when they want to give up. Alaina has been a senior ambassador since her freshman year and is the most reliable teenager I have ever had the privilege to work with. Alaina was triple enrolled in WNTHS, NCSSM, and VGCC. She will be graduating high school with 25 college credits. Alaina will be heading to NC State in the fall where she will be studying criminology. Congratulations Alaina! I remember Alaina first coming into my room before officially being my student as I was decorating my room for the first day of school. She offered to help decorate, and I took up her offer. I was planning on working on a mural made out of paper for my wall, and so I told her she could cut out about 10 free-hand, four-pointed stars for me to incorporate. Thinking this was an easy request, I walked away and continued to ready my classroom. After a few minutes, I went back and saw her using a ruler to make measurements, worrying about each cut before making the cut, and being a bit more detail-oriented than I expected. It was my first clue as to how thorough she was and how much she would keep me on my toes when I finally had her as my student. And keep me on my toes she did. She always rose to any occassion I set up and defied my expectations. Now graduating and going to North Carolina State University, I think it's suitable that my first memory of her is of cutting out a star, because that's what she truly is, and I'm sure she'll continue to shine. - Farrell Alaina's attention to detail and obsession with perfection are qualities I hold eternal. As a student her classwork was just as artisically choregraphed as her performance as a dancer. I would welcome her help to change my bulletin board each year but quickly regretted accepting her help when I had to re-do a half inch border that was "crooked" She was meticulous and seamlessly managed her co-curricular tasks, college courses and regular classes. I remember when she walked into my room last year and declared that I could not have her sister in my family unless I adopted her as well. Who would have thought that she knew " Three little birds" I'm still awed that she sang Bob Marley's melody effortlessly. In the meantime I hum the song she taught me "No shirt, no shoes, no problem... The world awaits all the dynamic moves you have left Princess. -Lee Alaina is currently taking one of the most rigorous course loads amongst her peers, with two courses through the North Carolina School of Science and Math online program and with a face-to-face course at our local Community College. Alaina has also become a leader at the dance studio where she participates in competition dance by volunteering as a teacher’s assistant and by teaching classes to preschool dancers. - Tanner Congratulations Alaina! The world is at your fingertips so go out and make your mark on it. We will miss your ambition and drive but know we will be reading about you and your successes in the near future. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Elijah Perry. Elijah is the type of student who can make anyone laugh. He has the ability to put a smile on one's face when they are having a bad day or lighten the mood when there is too much tension in the air. Elijah has so much potential and has the ability to do anything he sets his mind to. He is very honest so if you do not want to know the answer to a question you better not ask Elijah. During the summer of 2018 I remember working at my summer job and seeing a person's name tag said Perry. I worked with this person and found out after a couple weeks it was Elijah's father. He said some great things about his son. One thing that stuck out to me was the maturity of Elijah to talk to his dad honestly and openly about the things a man encounters in his life. I believe this will take him a long way. ~Evans Elijah is a smart and talented young man. He is always willing to offer assistance to a fellow classmate, oftentimes speaking up on their behalf. This is a good leadership quality that, once nurtured, will help him to be an effective voice for the voiceless. I believe Elijah will become a positive, influential and successful leader. - Waugh-Lewis Congratulations Elijah! We will miss your smile and humorous personality. We wish you all the luck in your future and whatever this world has in store for you. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Calling all seniors... Seniors, please come back by the school tomorrow even if you came today because you have 2 more surprises waiting for you that were just delivered...
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Kassidie Newell as our senior of the day. Kassidie is an all around great student with a heart of gold. She has the tendency to keep to herself unless she is interacting with adults or close friends. When Kassidie sees someone in need, classmate, teacher or even administration she always offers her help and is even willing to stay after school to get a job done. Beginning second semester Kassidie was living off of coffee and very little sleep in order to stay on top of her college classes and all that determination paid off. Kassidie plans on attending nursing school at Vance Granville Community College. Much to the dismay of the other “parents”, I had the fortune of drawing Kassidie’s name for Families this year. I was so proud of her competitive nature and creativity when it came to decorating our door for the Christmas Door Decorating contest. Kassidie’s enthusiasm and commitment to going above and beyond (literally), was so impressive! Not only was our door decorated, but we had an entire Gingerbread House to display! Thanks to Kassidie’s innovation and leadership, Tanner’s Thunder Trolls took victory in the 2019 Christmas Door Decorating Contest! - Tanner I have had the pleasure of watching Kassidie grow since she was a freshman at New Tech, and I cannot think of someone who has changed so much since they first walked through those doors. She is an extremely reliable friend and has shown her heart of gold over the years with helping teachers and her peers whenever she can. I will miss having her in my room for lunch everyday, having great conversations with her about her future and her life, and continuing to watch her grow. The people she'll care for in the future are in great hands, and I'm sure they'll feel her impact long after. - Farrell Congratulations, Kassidie! We will miss your helping hands at New Tech but know the people you will be taking care of in the future could not ask for a better, more reliable person. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Don’t forget to turn in your Chromebooks, chargers, college textbooks, and work packets tomorrow and Friday between the hours of 9:00-4:00. Also, seniors tomorrow is your big day! Come by and pickup your graduation attire and senior week surprises! We can’t wait to see you all, we have missed you so much!
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Roshene Mills as our senior of the day. Rocky is a student you can not help but notice when he walks down the hall yet he is modest and will simply smile when you offer him a compliment . He is an all around great kid who truly cares about his fellow classmates and teammates. Rocky has grown into a responsible young man who has the ability and determination to do anything he puts his mind to. I had the pleasure of being one of Rocky's Senior advisors this year. Rocky was always willing to do what I asked him to do in order to be in compliance although at times he would get frustrated he would pull through. He has such a loving personality which I always admire. He always seemed to be so calm and pleasant. I will miss seeing him in school and the hugs he would have to offer! Keep going Rocky. - A. Pommells Though I have only known Rocky for one year, I have a lot of admiration for the guy. He's very respectful and nice to everyone. I've never heard him say anything negative, rude or judgemental. He's very open minded and gets along with everyone. He has an admirable personality. I just know he's going to have a great life of building strong bonds and relationships with other people. -Wisler Roshene has demonstrated admirable growth and maturity. He has progressed from the shy unassuming 2016 freshman into a senior with drive and determination. He is well mannered, dependable and respectful. He has an unwavering commitment to sports that he finds difficult to resist even when injured. His charming smile illuminated my days! "Go rock the world Rocky!!"- Lee Rocky, is a generous, creative young man with a big heart. During the time that I have been at New Tech he has demonstrated the he is a "man of his word" . Be Proud of that... A man's word is his bond." Ms. Grantham Congratulations Rocky! Your smile and kind heart will be missed but we wish you all the luck in the world. We know with your determination you will do great things! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Victor Mata Jr. as our senior for the day. Victor is a quiet, gentle giant and has been since his elementary days at South Warren Elementary School. Victor has a sweet spirit but always has a serious look on his face. Victor has always applied himself in his academic studies and his determination and work ethic is what led to his acceptance to Barton College. Victor has been a joy to have as a student. He is hardworking, dedicated, and always goes above and beyond in the classroom. He's self motivated and shows team effort in being willing to help his peers. I'm excited to see the great things Victor will accomplish in the future. ~W. Turrentine I am amazed at how much growth I have observed in this young man in three years. Victor is extremely creative, artistic and devoted. He has a strong sense of self and is a fierce advocate for his peers. I will miss watching him make trees for Christmas doors or adding his competitive spirit to group tasks. -Lee In addition to his resilience and hard-working personality, Victor has many other character traits that make him special to our school community. Victor is always willing to lend a hand to help others and has a smile on his face when he performs various tasks. Taking dual-enrollment courses gives students more freedom with their school schedules and in the rare chance that Victor does have down-time, he can usually be found somewhere around the school making art for teachers doors and classrooms. Victor has even found a way to turn his passion for art into a way to give back to his school community. - Tanner Congratulations Victor! You made an impact on the students and staff during your time at Warren New Tech now it is time for you to make an impact on the world! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Good evening parents, We will be hosting a virtual meeting on Wednesday, May 27th at 5:30 for 9th-11th grade students and parents. Please plan on joining us as we will discuss how grades will be determined and how your child's GPA will be impacted. The meeting will be recorded and uploaded to the school website if you are unavailable to join us next Wednesday. Students please check your email to submit the email address you would like for us to send the Zoom link to. There will be an Informational Session held for Parents and students pertaining to grading for the 2019—2020 school year. Please register using the link below to be sent the Zoom ID and Password. Attention: WNTHS Parents and Students May 27, 2020 @ 5:30 PM Via Zoom Informational Session ForStudents in Grades 9-11 Warren County Schools https://bit.ly/3fJuQZP
Work Packets Due! Good afternoon Knights! We will be collecting work packets, Chromebooks and chargers this Thursday and Friday, May 21st and 22nd from 9:00-4:00. During this time students will be allowed to clean out their lockers and collect any personal belonging left in the school. Again, we look forward to seeing all students this week May 21st and 22nd from 9:00-4:00. If for some reason you are unable to come to the building Thursday or Friday, please reach out to me to schedule a different time.
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Lucas Lynch as our senior of the day. Lucas is one of the most mannerable young men I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. At first, I thought Lucas was very shy until I got to know him and realized Lucas does not say much but when he does speak you better listen because he has something profound to say. Lucas is an outstanding student who applies himself daily in every class. Lucas has perhaps had the most compelling arc of any of the graduates at New Tech this year. He has grown into a very respectful young man who takes accountability of his actions, balances school and work, and uses his voice for his Native American community. I'm sure he will represent New Tech proudly as a Brave at UNCP. I am most proud of Lucas’ accomplishments representing the American Indian culture at his school, in his community and within the state of North Carolina. He is passionate about youth engagement in important decisions and encouraging youth to make a difference within their own communities. Lucas is currently serving as the Treasurer on the Red Earth Youth Council and is the Historian on the North Carolina Native American Youth Organization. His duties allow him the opportunity to meet with leadership and youth of tribes across North Carolina as often as every other weekend. For his Senior Project, Lucas hand-beaded a bandolier bag that he plans to give to his younger brother to wear with his regalia. - Tanner Congratulations Lucas! We wish you luck and know you will accomplish greatness with your determination and work ethic. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Jabrell Lee as our senior for the day. Jabrell is a mannerable young man who's smile will brighten anyone's day. He is a hard worker both with his school work as well as job outside of school. Jabrell is a natural leader and is willing to lend a helping hand to anyone in need. Jabrell always steps up and willingly serves on any committee or leads any activities asked of him. Jabrell plans on attending NC A&T in the fall. Jabrell is funny and always has a positive attitude. He is hardworking and very smart. He always speaks his mind and expresses concerns in the most mannerable way. Best wishes in the future. ~ W. Turrentine Jabrell may be one of the lowkey funniest kids to grace the hall of New Tech. He is extremely playful and has a great attitude that can lighten any situation, but knows when to get serious. He has learned to embrace his natural intelligence and demonstrated ownership of his ability to be an effective leader, and I know he will be a role model (and provide some comedic relief) at NC A&T. - Farrell Congratulations Jabrell! We wish you all the best and know you will do great things in your future. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Clinton Harrison Jr. as our senior of the day. Every morning Clinton walks into school and says "Good morning" no matter what kind of day he is having. Clinton is a rule follower 100% of the time and will not deviate from what is right no matter what his peers may say. Clinton amazes me when he presents because of his attention to detail and his ability to thoroughly explain his topic. Clinton has no problem voicing his opinion but he also has the ability to back his opinions up with facts that lead him to his conclusion. Clinton is the perfect example of a New Tech Knight because he demonstrates trust, respect, and responsibility daily. I admire Clinton's determination and his enthusiasm for learning. He takes his coursework seriously, he works well with his teachers and he overcomes adversities. Even when Clinton is challenged or faced with obstacles, he perseveres and overcomes. Although Clinton is quiet, he is not to be underestimated. Clinton has already demonstrated that he has the abilities, determination and grit to do amazing things! - Tanner Clinton has always astounded me. He is one of the most honest individuals I've encountered, and his compliments have a profound, gratifying effect on an individual due to just how honest he is. Even though he is relatively quiet, he makes sure his voice is heard whenever he notices anything unfair or unjust. Not only that, but his level of intellect and ability to think abstractly often stuns his audience and leaves them in quiet awe. I know that everyone he works with in the future will also be in awe of his brilliance, and I hope he continues to share these gifts with the world. - Farrell Congratulations Clinton! We wish you the best and can not wait to see the mark you make on this world! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today for extended Teacher Appreciation Week, Warren New Tech would like to recognize our Social Workers, Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Williams! Mrs. Andrews typically works with the high schools where Mrs. Williams normally works with the elementary schools but the two of them are such a wonderful team that they go wherever they are needed no matter where they are assigned. Neither are housed at Warren New Tech but they are only a phone call away if needed. Mrs. Andrews and Mrs. Williams conduct trainings for the staff across the district and are always coming up with ideas to help support teachers, students and parents. We are very fortunate to have such caring social workers who are active members of the community we serve. Thank you ladies for everything you do!
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Kayson Hargrove as our Senior of the day. Kayson is a meek, mannerable young man who has a heart of gold, especially when it comes to his friends. He is they type of student every teacher wants on their roster because he puts forth effort in all of his classes and is actively engaged. Kayson plans to attend Wake Tech Community College in the fall where I know he will flourish. When Kayson first came to Warren New Tech, he was demure in nature and was not looking to be the center of attention. However, when it came to projects in the classroom, he would always use his niche knowledge of pop culture to make them engaging, and that's when his voice started to become firm and passionate. He has truly grown into a confident, vocal leader as a student ambassador (with an unparalleled level of sass and ability to eye-roll that I will thoroughly miss), and I know he will leave an impression on all those he meets at Wake Tech in the fall. - Farrell Kayson has many friends that he cares deeply about. He actively participates in school events and works great in groups, a trait that is important in a project-based learning environment. In all of our interactions, he has been respectful and attentive. Kayson has demonstrated his maturity and responsibility by managing a full student course-load which includes a dual-enrollment college course while also managing to work part-time outside of school. - Tanner Congratulations Kayson! We wish you the best and know your future will be bright because you have the drive to make sure all of your dreams come true! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today for extended Teacher Appreciation week I would like to recognize Mr. and Mrs. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Watson joined the New Tech family this past July and we are so very fortunate to have them. They jumped right in without hesitation, like they have been apart of the faculty forever. Mr. and Mrs. Watson are constantly busy, taking care of the entire building and going above and beyond their job description daily. They have built relationships with the students and have gotten to know the students and deeply care for the safety and well-being of the students. Mr. and Mrs. Watson, we are so lucky to have you and we appreciate everything you do daily for the students and staff of Warren New Tech!
Today, Warren New Tech would like to recognize Juwan Hargrove as our Senior of the day. Juwan has made so much growth since his freshman year of high school and he takes pride in his growth. He always has the biggest smile on his face and truly has a heart of gold. Juwan is very self disciplined when he puts his mind to something and does not give up even when the situation gets tough. During Juwan's first season running track he was determined to increase his stamina and strength. He isn't one of the quiet ones and he knows when to express himself. One thing I admire about him is his effort: to eat healthier, to focus on each workout, and to make it count. ~Evans Juwan has a very strong sense of self. He aspires to acquire a basketball scholarship to college. He is a true example of intrinsic motivation as he persistently projects a positive self image. His maturity is commendable; he engages in introspection and celebrates his personal progress. He is unafraid to look back at his mistakes but he also looks forward to his goals with confidence. - Lee Congratulations, Juwan! Your smile will be greatly missed in the hallway of New Tech but we wish you all the best in your future. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Good evening, Thank you so much for attending our meeting tonight! It was so wonderful seeing you. If you were unable to attend, we will be posting a recording of tonight's session. For your review, here are links and attachments that we discussed in tonight's meeting: Warren County Schools Guidance for Graduating Seniors - The Powerpoint presentation that we used this evening Warren County Student Graduation Guide - Specific information regarding graduation on May 30 WNTHS Decision Day Form: https://forms.gle/cuEvpnYL1wrDHtTm9 Yearbook Order: https://tr5.treering.com/create-account/1015035995951244 FAFSA Town Hall Meeting: Live meeting by CFNC to discuss FAFSA and Financial Aid options Admit Zooom Meetings: These are for students who have committed and plan to attend the hosting college/university in the fall. I will send out more as I get them. Strawbridge Studios, Inc: https://www.strawbridge.net/ Please don't hesitate to reach out if you have any additional questions. My best, Mrs. Tanner
Calling all students!!!! Next week we will be collecting ALL work packets along with student chromebooks, chargers and college textbooks. Students will be required to turn in ALL work packets and Chromebooks between the hours of 9:00-4:00 on Thursday and Friday, May 21st and 22nd. During this time students will be able to clean out their lockers and seniors will be able to pick up their cap and gowns. We can't wait to see you all next week! Stay safe and stay well!!!
Today for our extended Teacher Appreciation Week I would like to recognize my two right hands, Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Tanner!!! Mrs. Harris and I joined New Tech together three years ago and I could not ask for a better Administrative Assistant. Mrs. Harris is the picture of what we consider "home grown" because she is a 2012 alumna of New Tech. She completes task before I even have the chance to ask her to do so, it's like she is a mind reader. The students absolutely love and respect her and she feels the same way about them. She is calm under pressure; I have never seen her get upset or anxious about anything. She is always professional and polite even when dealing with irate parents and/or students. She is truly the calm in the storm. I could go on and on about everything she does not only for me but everyone in the building but instead I will simply say, Mrs. Harris you are valued and appreciated more than you will ever know! Mrs. Tanner has been a true asset to the students, staff, and families of Warren New Tech. She advocates for all students and spends countless hours researching resources for our students. She works very closely with all of our students but especially Juniors and Seniors getting ready for college and students who need small group counseling sessions. She is also a resource for teachers to bounce ideas off of and even to get ideas for their most difficult situations. Mrs. Tanner is the guru for 504 plans and most helpful with MTSS. Above all the duties she has to do which are included in her job description, Mrs. Tanner truly loves serving the students in Warren County and it shows by how invested she becomes. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Tanner, thank you for everything you do. I would truly be lost without the two of you!!!
Warren New Tech would like to recognize, Angel Gilchrist as our Senior of the day. Angel has been a dedicated student who has strived for excellence since her elementary years at Mariam Boyd. She is a natural leader at New Tech and does not hesitate to offer suggestions or advice to her peers. I have had the opportunity to watch Angel blossom into a young woman who has the ability to advocate for herself and others in a rational, respectful manner. She has the ability to think before she speaks, a trait that is difficult even for adults. Without any doubt, this is the Senior I will remember the most and the one I ended up getting along the best with. She will always be "Mi hija". I will miss our dad and daughter talking so much and her way too loud "PADRE" at school. (Mr. De Avila) "Hey Ma". That was the very loud greeting I received every day from Angel. It usually came with a big hug and a huge smile. When Angel was not in the classroom, everyone knew it. She was missed. Angel is very outspoken, always has questions and is an advocate for fairness. She consistently made sure her online work was done on time and her grades were above average. When she completed her daily assignments and was "bored", that is when I had to say, "Angel sit down; Angel not so loud; Angel leave Jabrell alone", and even "Angel go to sleep". She will respond, "Ok ma". I will definitely miss that very vocal leader, who I am sure will make a very bold impact on the campus of NC A&T. (M. Joseph) I associate Angel with her bubbly personality. Each morning as Angel enters the school, she greets me with a warm smile and an enthusiastic “Good morning, Mrs. Tanner!”. What I have enjoyed most about working with Angel, is that she does a great job of advocating for herself. She has sought out many opportunities to support her college ambitions and she continues to appropriately seek assistance from myself, our college advisor and her teachers when she needs it. - Tanner Congratulations Angel! We are so very proud of the very gifted, young woman you are and know you have a very bright future ahead of you. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Good evening New Tech families! This is a friendly reminder that we will have a senior Zoom session tomorrow, May 12th @ 5:00pm. During this session we will go over grades and requirements for seniors as well as discuss graduation. During this session Students and parents will learn when graduation will take place, where it will be held and all other logistics for graduation. It is very important that students and parents join this meeting. Also, all work packets and Chromebooks must to turned into the school next Thursday and Friday, May 21st and 22nd between the hours of 9:00-3:00. Submitting work packets is essential in determining eligibility for earning credits. Also, no student will receive report cards or transcripts until his/her Chromebook has been returned to the school along with the charger.
We will extend Teacher Appreciation into this week because our fabulous staff deserves more than just 1 week. Today I would like to recognize two incredible educators who work very closely with students to meet their individual needs, Mrs. Grantham and Mrs. Joseph. Mrs. Grantham was a retired educator from Franklin County Schools. We hit the jackpot three years ago when she agreed to come out of retirement to join the New Tech Family. Mrs. Grantham runs the Academic Lab and even though on paper Mrs. Grantham is a "part-time" teacher, she donates her own personal time to ensure her students have everything they need. She is known among the students as "Grandma" to her school family "Mrs. G." to most students and my personal favorite "The Snitch" to her students she works the closest with. Mrs. Grantham does not mind picking up the phone to call parents about the good, the bad, and even the ugly. Mrs. Grantham is much more than a teacher to our students, she is truly one of the most positive influences in our school. Thank you Mrs. Grantham for coming out of retirement to serve our students and their families. Mrs. Joseph is the face of New Tech. She has been a part of the New Tech Family for many years. Mrs. Joseph wears many hats at New Tech, any given day you can find her at the front desk, in her classroom or even covering for another teacher in their classroom. She so graciously coordinates Drivers Education for the students at New Tech as well as community service hours and internship hours. Whenever the students have a problem they run to Mrs. Joseph to tell her all about their troubles. Mrs. Joseph's classroom feels like home because it is so colorful and inviting and because Mrs. Joseph always has treats setting out for the students. Anyone who watches Mrs. Joseph interact with her students can see how much she truly loves them and wants the best for every child she meets. Thank you Mrs. Grantham and Mrs. Joseph for your all the work you do for our students at Warren New Tech. I had to recognize the two of you on the same day because both of you work very closely together and because you are the POD squad (along with Mr. Evans and Coach Thompson)!
The senior we would like to recognize today is Jonathan Evans. Jonathan has stood out among his peers as well as teachers during his tenure at Warren New Tech. He began his educational journey at Hollister Elementary School and joined Warren New Tech class of 2020 his freshman year in high school. He plans on attending East Carolina University in the fall. Congratulations Jonathan! I will remember Johnathan for several reasons. He is a very smart guy with quite a strong character who doesn’t mind speaking his mind or standing up for what he believes is right. I will miss his daily comments or jokes at the end of every single class about my clothes or shoes regardless of whether they were new, old, tight, loose. clean, etc. He just couldn’t stop messing with me, especially if Angel was around. His participation during our weekly school family meetings this year was outstanding and once again I could corroborate how honest and smart he is. Good luck Mr. Lechuga. (De Avila) Jonathan is simply unforgettable! I watched this young man mature into a confident, courageous activist. He has a strong sense of self and is undaunted when he identified acts of perceived injustice. He has a strong work ethic and dared to tackle amy academic challenge he encountered. His costume for the Christmas float was simply hilarious and is etched in my memory.- Lee In addition to his academic achievements, Jonathan has become a vocal activist within our school. He advocates for his friends, himself, and for changes within the school itself. The first time that I had the opportunity to talk individually with Jonathan was regarding his senior project. Jonathan recognized a problem within his school and community and came up with the idea to create an app that would connect youth to peer support when needed. - Tanner Congratulations Jonathan!! We wish you great success in your future and know you will accomplish anything you set your mind to!!! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today Warren New Tech would like to recognize, Casey Elliott, as our Senior of the day. Casey is what one may consider the ideal student and has been since her elementary years at South Warren Elementary School. She is always on top of her work load and keeps her grades well above average. She has never been a discipline problem and is known for being a true loyal friend. Casey plans on attending Aveda Institute for Cosmetology in the fall. Casey's work ethic is unparalleled. She strove for excellence and was the perfect scholar. She held very high aspirations and never accepted mediocrity. She took responsibility for her success very seriously and never faltered on her work ethic. When she was absent, there was always an email with her completed tasks. I will never forget her excitement when we worked on the Christmas float last year. The world awaits this "go-getter" Lee Congratulations Casey!!! I know you are going to make your mark on this world! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today I would also like to recognize two other Elective teachers, Mr. De Avila and Coach Thompson for Teacher Appreciation Week!!! Mr. De Avila also joined the New Tech Staff last school year. He is dedicated to immersing students not only in the Spanish language but in the Spanish culture as well. He has the ability to engage the students even when they say they do not want to learn Spanish. Mr. De Avila has created amazing projects that the students take pride in completing and presenting. Mr. De Avila also takes his role as a New Tech "parent" very seriously and keeps a very close eye on all his "children" that belong to him. Thank you Mr. De Avila for your dedication to Warren County. Coach Thompson has been a part of Warren County longer than I can remember. She is a native of the county and very loyal to her home. She has worked with the students at Warren New Tech for at least the past seven years. She has such a great personality and has the ability to push the students beyond what they think is their limit. Not only does she do an amazing job with our students at New Tech, she also is a phenomenal basketball coach as well as Athletic Director for the district. Coach Thompson wears many hats but my favorite hat of hers is being a part of the New Tech family! Thank you Mr. De Avila and Coach Thompson for your dedication to Warren County!!!!
Today, I would like to recognize our Elective Teachers, Mr. Evans and Mrs. Turrentine, for Teacher Appreciation Week!!!! Mr. Evans joined the New Tech family last school year and we are so fortunate to have homegrown educators to work with our students. The students love Mr. Evans and thoroughly enjoy shooting and creating videos in Digital Media class. He has such a calm demeanor about him and is able to truly facilitate learning. Mr. Evans has his students working in collaborative groups with his engaging projects. Mr. Evans goes above and beyond to ensure his students are having fun while learning. Thank you Mr. Evans for giving back to your community by serving the students and parents of Warren County! Mrs. Turrentine is a staple at Warren New that holds us all together. Her knowledge goes beyond the classroom to the total operation of Warren New Tech School. She is one of the most veteran staff members in the building and her loyalty to the students of New Tech shines through every day. You will always find Mrs. Turrentine in her classroom early in the morning making sure she has everything prepared for the students. She has the most calm demeanor about her and the students and adults alike can sense it when they walk into her room. I have never heard Mrs. Turrentine raise her voice, because she does not have to. Her students know her expectations and they exceed her expectations daily. Teaching is definitely Mrs. Turrentine's calling and we are so grateful she chose to pursue her passion in Warren County. Thank you Mr. Evans and Mrs. Turrentine for being a part of the New Tech Family and for everything you do day in and day out for the students!
Today I would like to recognize our Science Department, Ms. Elswick and Mr. Wray, for Teacher Appreciation Week. Ms. Elswick is a first year teacher who joined New Tech by way of Teach for America. During our interview I could tell she was a go getter who was very enthusiastic but I had no idea how deeply her passion ran. Ms. Elswick puts in countless hours in her classroom, you can even find her in her classroom on any given weekend. She is works with her mentor to create engaging projects in hopes her students will develop a love of learning and a love of science that emulates hers. She always finds the positive in every situation and has worked all year with the students on instilling a growth mindset. Mr. Wray came from Jamaica to join our team at New Tech this year. He brought with him a love of Bob Marley and the attitude of "every little thing gonna be alright". You can find Mr. Wray in his classroom having fun with his students and engaging them in labs and learning by hands on exploration any given day. Mr. Wray enjoys learning from the students just as much as he enjoys educating them. It was so fun to watch as a group of Junior boys taught Mr. Wray all about a potato gun and even let Mr. Wray shoot the gun during the Science Fair. Thank you Ms. Elswick and Mr. Wray for joining our team and becoming New Tech Knights!!!
Warren New Tech would like to honor Sha`Kera Davis as our Senior of the day. I remember Sha`Kera as a third grader at South Warren Elementary School. She was just as sweet with such a kind spirit then as she is now. Sha`Kera has always had an infectious laugh that erupts throughout the hallway. I had the honor of having Sha`Kera as a member of my school family this year, and I must say she was always willing to participate in the activities that were planned without any complaints. She has such a bubbly personality that always makes her peers laugh. I am sure whoever comes in contact with her will totally agree with me that her playful personality is one you would always want to be around. A.Pommells Sha`Kera is just a jovial, jubilant soul. She would test my patience but knew her boundaries. Whenever she felt she was on the fence of those markers, She would quickly pull herself back. She was extremely affectionate and her laugh was contagious. Lee Congratulation Sha`Kera! May you continue to shine and do amazing things! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Today, I would like to recognize our Social Studies department, Ms. Wisler and Mrs. Duld, for Teacher Appreciation Week! Ms. Wisler is a first year teacher who came to Warren New Tech straight out of college. Her eagerness to engage her students in meaningful projects is shaping her into an educator students will always remember long after they graduate from high school. Thank you Ms. Wisler for giving your students 100% day in and day out. Mrs. Duld came to Warren New Tech from Pennsylvania. She is also a first year teacher but teaching is her second career. She has a love for teaching and is very passionate about equity and equality in education. Mrs. Duld engages parents in their child's education by reaching out to parents weekly. She puts in countless hours in her classroom after school to ensure she is prepared. She has the ability to create engaging projects that spark the natural curiosity in her students. There is something about a first year teacher's enthusiasm and eagerness to conquer the world that makes us realize that no program, no piece of technology could possibly replace a teacher. Thank you Ms. Wisler and Mrs. Duld for accepting your calling to be an educator and for choosing Warren County to call home.
Today Warren New Tech would like to recognize, Jarvis Branch. Jarvis is a light hearted, quiet young man who always has a laid back personality. It is very rare to see a young man with such a controlled temper but I have never seen Jarvis upset instead he always has a go with the flow attitude. Jarvis always has a contagious smile on his face and has the ability to share his smile with people he passes in the hallway. I had the honor of having Jarvis as a member of my Tanner's Thunder Trolls Family this school year. I will always remember him for being so patient with his "siblings" and always being willing to lend a helping hand without even having to be asked. - Tanner Congratulations, Jarvis! We will miss seeing your smile at New Tech. #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Calling all seniors and parents!!!! I know you all are curious about your senior's grades and GPA since COVID-19. We will be holding a Zoom session next Tuesday, May 12th at 5:00pm to explain the new grading guidelines and to answer any questions you may have. A Google Document will be sent out to your senior via their school email so they can tell us where they would like for us to send the Zoom link. Please plan on attending our Zoom session at 5:00pm on May 12th so we can answer any questions you may have.
Today, I would like to recognize our Math department for teacher appreciation week. Mrs. Pommells and Mrs. Lewis came in this year, new to North Carolina, new to New Tech but not new to teaching. When I had virtual interviews with both ladies, I knew they had a deep love for teaching and a positive energy about them but I was mesmerized by both of them once I saw them in action. Mrs. Pommells has gotten all of her students excited about math and they are always engaged whenever I go into her room. Mrs. Pommells builds positive relationships with her students and because of that relationship her students have a desire to learn and grow and please her. Mrs. Lewis took on the challenge of teaching upper level math. She teaches Juniors and Seniors which are much calmer than the Freshmen and Sophomores but they come with their own challenges. Mrs. Lewis has a way of applying math to the real world to get the students interested and engaged. She also builds positive relationships which makes her more than just a teacher but a mentor as well. Thank you Mrs. Pommells and Mrs. Lewis for all you do for our students at Warren New Tech! You fit into our school family perfectly!
Today, Warren New Tech would like to honor Ryan Baskerville. Ryan has a "voice" literally and figuratively that is louder than most and he is not afraid of using his "voice" to stand up and fight for what he believes in. Ryan has been a student ambassador since he was a freshman and when I think about what a New Tech Knight looks like, I think of Ryan. He keeps us all on our toes all the time! Ryan plans on attending NC State in the fall though he was accepted to NUMEROUS other colleges. When I first met Ryan, he was an incoming freshman who came into a staff meeting before the school year started. He loudly (and politely) introduced himself to everyone and proceeded to ask a list of questions way too long for anyone to answer. It's safe to say I feared his energy and drive based on this first impression, and I was content with not teaching the freshmen class that year. Since then, that drive and energy has landed him at North Carolina State Univeristy in the fall, and I am proud to have witnessed his anything but quiet journey. Just like Shangela, I know he will continue to make the whole world scream halleloo! - Farrell I admire Ryan's ability to speak for what he believes knowing he may be the only one in the room to have this belief. He has a natural curiosity and a love for learning. He is never afraid to speak his mind and is a completely blunt, Ryan Baskerville. - Wisler I first met Ryan three years ago when I visited Warren New Tech High School with a group of 8th grade students as they were beginning to make the choice of which of the three high schools they would be attending. Ryan was one of the Student Ambassadors that sat on the panel and gave the tours. I remember how impressed I was with his confidence and his enthusiasm about his education and his school. Over the next three years, I look forward to having Ryan as our tour guide during our annual visit to New Tech. When I made the decision to join the Warren New Tech faculty, he was one of the students that I was the most excited to work with and get to know. - Tanner Congratulations Ryan! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
It's School Nurse Appreciation Day!!! Warren New Tech would like to give a huge shout out to Nurse Williams!! Nurse Williams goes above and beyond for all students in Warren County. She has her scheduled times when she in the building but she is on call ALL the time. She is always patient and kind and gives her undivided attention no matter if she is working with a student or staff member. We are very fortunate to have such a caring and experienced nurse. Thank you, Nurse Williams, for all you do for the students and staff members of Warren County!!!
It's teacher appreciation week and today I would like to recognize our English Department, Mr. Farrell and Mrs. Lee. Mr. Farrell and Mrs. Lee have the reputation of being brutal but they also have the reputation of pushing students and getting results. These two educators have very high expectations and hold their students accountable. I have SO many students who complain about the workload that Mr. Farrell gives or the projects that Mrs. Lee assigns but I have seen those same students come back after graduation to say they were prepared for college after their English classes at WNTHS. Thank you Mr. Farrell and Mrs. Lee for your dedication to the students at WNTHS!
Today Warren New Tech would like to recognize Shariyahn Bailey. Shariyahn has stepped up to be a true leader this school year. Shariyahn pushes through even on the days she does not have the energy to do so. I have seen so much growth in Shariyahn and I know she will have a bright future because she is a go getter and hard worker. I will always remember Shariyahn's great piece of help and participation when she was added to my school family during her Junior year. Additionally, She was usually a challenging student who made me grow as a teacher. Among many moments, I will also remember the day she decided to participate in a project because she felt connected with the activity, the funny thing is she had been angry with me and it had been a week since she didn't say a word in class. After that day she was back on track and laughing out loud as usual. (Mr. De Avila) Congratulations, Shariyahn! #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
The first senior we will recognize this week is, John Adcock. John is the type of person who is always polite to everyone he encounters and is always willing to go the extra mile. John has exceeded both socially and academically during his tenure at New Tech. He is an all around exceptional student who has a very bright future because of his strong work ethic. John is one of the seniors that I will always remember. Apart from his commitment to his academic work, how can I forget the dancing moves he and his friends often taught me in class?! Priceless.-Wray John's calm demeanor and polite personality has earned him a special place in my heart since 2016. John was the consumate student who was willing to go the "extra mile" to help me complete a project. He was very hands on and got excited about putting practical skills to a learned theory. I will never forget his spirit of community and his unquestionable generosity. - Lee Congratulations John #WNTHSCLASSOF2020
Good morning Knights! This week is teacher appreciation week! Please take time to reach out to your teachers and let them know how much you appreciate them. Also this week we will begin recognizing each senior so please make sure you are checking WNTHS social media pages so you can help us honor our seniors as well as our teachers!
Calling all seniors... Seniors, we need you to check your email and respond to Mr. Evans by tomorrow. We are working on creating a Decision Day video so we can spotlight you on social media. Seniors, this is your senior year and we are trying very hard to help you make memories and make your senior year rememberable. You have worked very hard and deserve to be recognized so please help us recognize you.
Good morning Knights! Please do not forget to sign in to your virtual classes this week. These classes are required along with you completing and submitting work regularly. For those of you with packet work we will be putting a system in place for you to drop off your work and pickup new work. School is still in session and you are still expected to work.
Good morning Knights! Mrs. Tanner and Mrs. Wilker will be at school today from 9:00am-3:00pm if you need to pick up anything from the office or your locker. Also, make sure you are getting your work completed because the end of term five was Wednesday and teachers are working on your grades. Also, remember to log into your virtual classes at the scheduled time. If for some reason you can not log in at the scheduled time reach out to your teacher to make other arrangements. Stay safe and stay well!
Virtual Classes Good morning! I hope you all are having a terrific Thursday! Parents, this week we started with virtual classes for all courses. You will find the virtual class meeting schedule posted on the website and it was also emailed to the students on Monday. Please encourage your child to login to the virtual classes daily so they can continue learning. Also, Mrs. Wilker and Mrs. Tanner will be in the building tomorrow from 10am-3pm if you need to pickup anything or if you need to speak to one of us. Stay safe and stay well.
Food Lion will partner for the second time with Warren County Schools for a gift card giveaway. On April 30, 2020 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., $20 Food Lion gift cards will be given out at Warren County High School. The gift cards will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis when parents pick up student meals. There will be a limit of one gift card per vehicle. Parents are asked to remain in their cars when picking up meals and gift cards. For more information, contact Andre Stewart at 252-257-3184, ext. 1227.
Check out Mrs. Tanner’s latest newsletter with important college information for seniors: https://www.smore.com/4tpas
Good afternoon Knights! Welcome back to virtual learning! I hope you all had a restful spring break and are ready to knock out the last 9 weeks on a positive note. Parents, this is a reminder that school is not over and your student has work that he/she should be working on daily. Please make sure your child is logging onto Echo daily and completing assignments as well as joining virtual meetings weekly. Again, the expectation is for your child to be working virtually (if you have access) or completing paper-pencil packets so he/she can complete the requirements to receive credit for classes he/she is currently enrolled in. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns. As always, stay safe and well!
Google is providing resources for teachers and parents to engage support student learning while they are at home. https://teachfromhome.google/intl/en/
No broadband access? These remote learning lessons will be broadcasted next week on TV! NCDPI is working on links so you can print corresponding activities for your students at home watching the televised lessons! #remotelearning #athomelearning #NCEd https://t.co/mMgqqC0VjN
WNTHS Class of 2020, please check your student emails for important senior information and updates.
Parents, if you do not have internet and need to pickup an educational packet for your child please email me at email@example.com or call me at 2524326359 to make arrangements for pickup.
Attention Students and Parents: The Warren County School's Child Nutrition Department will have Meal Service pick-up at only ONE site during Spring Break April 6-9, 2020. The site will be Warren County High School Monday 4/6 - Thursday 4/9 from 10:30 am until 3:00pm. ALL sites will be CLOSED Friday 4/10 and Monday 4/13 for Spring Break.
Parents, we are here at the school today so come by and pickup your child’s educational packets if your child does not have internet access at home. We will be here until 4:00. If you can not come during this time frame please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can make other arrangements.
Parents, you can come by the school tomorrow between 9:00-3:00 to pickup educational packets for your student. If you need an additional date and/or time please email me at email@example.com to make other arrangements
Attention Parents and Students. Click on the link below to review questions concerning the Coronavirus. https://5il.co/e7qf
Good morning Knights! I wanted to check on you all and make sure you have everything you need. I'm sure you all are aware we can not come back to school prior to May 15th so I wanted to make sure you are logging into Echo daily and completing your work. Parents, we will have additional work packets for your child ready for pickup beginning next week. Please stay tuned for more information. Also, if you need anything please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tanner Tribune: Change is hard and can be really difficult to adjust to. Please know that I am still here as a resource and support to you. Each week, I am going to create a newsletter with different tips, ideas, and suggestions to help you with this transition. This week, I am focusing on the most important thing for you to do and that is taking care of yourself! Check out the newsletter for ideas and inspiration and let me know if you decide to give anything a try and how it worked out for you! https://www.smore.com/ufv9z
Attention Parents and Students. There is a change in the times for food distribution at Vaughan Elementary, Northside K-8 and Warren County High School. The new times for pickup is Monday - Friday from 10:30 am - 3:00 pm.
The WCS School Board would like to thank Dr. Young for her leadership during this unprecedented and difficult time. THANK YOU to all Administrators, Teachers and Staff for their dedication to our children and their families during this global crisis. We are, TOGETHER STRONG !
Good morning students! If you are taking an online class via APEX you need to reach out to Mrs. Joseph to unlock your modules. Mrs. Joseph and all teachers will be available Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm.
Check out this document with FREE educational resources that students and their families can access from home! https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ZCZOMwHEKPB3l5AlWePrHz7QILKxJab20FsYAO8pLFQ/edit?usp=sharing
Students, make sure you are checking Echo and your email daily. Your teachers will be working virtually with you over the next couple of week to ensure you are able to continue with your education. Let us know if you need anything.
Good morning parents and students! We are here in the building from 10AM-6PM today so you can come by the school and pickup your child's computer and/or packets of work he/she will need over the next couple of week. Please do not hesitate to reach out if you need anything. The school number is 252-257-3767 ext. 2001
Parents, Starting tomorrow, we will continue to distribute food at Vaughan ES, Northside K-8 and Warren County High School. There will be a one-time pick up of food from 11am – 4pm. This one time pick up will include a combination of breakfast and lunch/dinner items. We understand that many of our parents don’t have transportation. As we look to assist you in providing food to our communities, we are asking that you contact us at (252) 257-3184 or complete the Google form on our website TODAY by 5pm, so we can determine the needs of our community. Once we identify the needs of our community, we will determine next steps. Thanks again for your support and patience! Dr. Mary Young
Attention VGCC Dual Enrollment Students... I just wanted to touch base with you all to inform you that Vance Granville is counting this week as Spring Break (March 16-20). Therefore, students who are enrolled in CCP classes will not have any assignments due this week, nor will attendance be taken. Mrs. Ragland is also available to speak with any students and receive emails. Mrs. Ragland can be reached on her office number of 252-738-3383 or Google Voice 252-598-0303. Students, please make sure you check VGCC website for updates by the end of this week as to directions for next week. They can also sign up for text message alerts from VGCC using the following link: https://www.vgcc.edu/vgalert/
Dear Parents/Guardians, Please see below a list of resources that you can use during this school closure. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Vkg8NpfI3pkyzqQkfPBc_NDv9EySmI9G_iMZHmIKqxI/edit?usp=sharing
Packet/Chromebook Pickup... Parents, for all students who have internet access we will be posting work via Echo for our students. Packets of work will be available for students who do not have internet access. You are able to come by the school at the following times to pickup packets of work or your child's Chromebook. Monday- 11:00-4:00 Tuesday- 10:00-6:00 Wednesday- 8:00-12:00
In case you missed the announcement yesterday... All practices, games, weight training and skill development sessions have been suspended until April 6th. Absolutely nothing dealing with high school athletics from today through April 6th.
Don’t forget parent/teacher conferences are today from 1:00-7:00.
Parents, tomorrow is Parent/teacher conferences from 1:00-7:00. Please come out and pickup your child’s report card. Thursday and Friday is a 12:30 early release for Warren New Tech students.
If you would like to place an order for WNTHS 2019-2020 yearbook, follow the steps listed below: (1) Go to www.treering.com/validate (2) Enter WNTHS's passcode: 1015035995951244 (3) Pay $35.00 (4) Deadline to Purchase: March 25 Thanks for supporting your Warren New Tech High School Knights!
Tomorrow and Friday, March 12th and 13th is an early release day for students at Warren New Tech. Students will be released both days at 12:30. Thank you and have a great day!
Parent Teacher Conferences are scheduled for tomorrow, March 12th from 1:00-7:00. Please come out and pickup your child's report card and meet with your child's teachers. If for some reason you are unable to make it to the school tomorrow for parent teacher conferences please call the school so we can schedule a time for you to meet with your child's teachers. Have a great day!
Parent teacher conferences are this Thursday from 1:00-7:00. Please come out and pickup your child’s report card and talk with your child’s teachers
This Wednesday, March 4th is the last day for term 4. Students, please make sure you are submitting any late assignments before Wednesday. Parent/Teacher conferences will be next Thursday, March 12th from 1:00-7:00. Please come out to meet with your child's teachers and pickup your child's report card.
Prom is right around the corner! Prom will take place on Saturday, April 4th and tickets are on sale now at $25 a piece from now until Monday, March 9th. Prom tickets will increase $10 each week leading up to prom. Juniors and Seniors make sure you do not delay in purchasing your tickets.
Current Sophomores and Juniors interested in taking Dual Enrollment courses through VGCC and their families are encourage to attend of these CCP Orientations. Attendees can register here: www.signupgenius.com/go/409094CAAAE2EA64-career See Mrs. Tanner or Ms. Ragland for more information.
Attention Parents: There will be a 9th Grade High School Registration Meeting for parents on Tuesday, March 3rd 2020 The meeting will be held at Warren County Middle School at 6:30 pm in the Multipurpose Room. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information on each of the Warren County’s High Schools and explain the process of selecting the high school that their students would like to attend as 9th graders. Warren County School’s Central Office Staff, High School Principals and Counselors will be present to provide information and answer questions. This meeting is designed to help parents and students obtain as much information as possible and fully understand their options before making their high school selection. If you have questions or need additional information, please feel free to call Ernie Conner at the Warren County Schools Central Office at 252-257-3184.
Don't forget the Juniors take the ACT tomorrow, February 25th beginning at 8:00am. Please make sure your child arrives to school on time and brings a snack/bottle of water with them. Students have a 10 minute break between tests 2 and 3 and they are allowed to have a snack during this time.
Good evening family and community members, please come out and join us Thursday, February 27th, at 6:00 pm for our Black History Program. We are proud to announce that Senator Don Davis will be our speaker for the evening. Senator Davis is from Warren County, Snow Hill to be exact and we are so excited to welcome him to Warren New Tech. Please come out to support our students and hear a dynamite homegrown speaker, Senator Don Davis.
All juniors will take the ACT on Tuesday, February 25th. Testing will begin promptly at 8:00. Please make sure your child is at school on time and prepared to take the test. This is a very important test that colleges look at to determine acceptance criteria as well as many scholarship committees. Good luck Juniors!
Due to inclement weather, Warren County Schools will be closed tomorrow for students and staff. Everyone’s safety is the district’s main concern. Stay safe and warm and we will see your students on Monday!
Thank you to the Rotary Club of Warrenton for inviting Principal Wilker and Principal Neal to the weekly meeting this evening. We had a wonderful time with members of the community.
School is closed for students tomorrow February 17th in observance of Presidents’ Day. Tomorrow WCHS Varsity boys will host Bunn High School and Varsity girls will travel to Granville Central. Both games will begin at 6:00. Come out and support the Eagles!
It’s bus driver appreciation week! Thank you Mrs. West and Mr. Harrington for getting our students to school safely each day and returning them home safely in the afternoons. You are the most important people on staff because without you we wouldn’t have students to teach. Thank you again for everything!
Warren County Schools will be closed for students on Monday, February 17th. Friday, February 21st is an early release for students. WNTHS students will be released at 12:15.
This is a friendly reminder with Valentines Day tomorrow students are not allowed to take balloons or glass on the bus. If anything is delivered to the school that can not be permitted on the bus parents will have to come to the school to pick up the items.
Don’t forget to ask your child for his/her progress report. Progress reports went home today.
Good evening parents, progress reports will be sent home tomorrow, February 10th. The progress reports will be in the format of a report card, all grades for every course will be on a single sheet of paper. If you do not receive your child's report card tomorrow please contact the school and we will print another copy. Also parents, baseball tryouts will take place this week at Warren County High School. We would like for you to mark your calendar to attend our Black History program which will take place Thursday, February 27th at 6:00pm in the Seminar Room. Have a great evening!
The Warren County School District is considering moving to one school calendar for all schools within the district beginning with the 2020-21 school year. Your input is needed to assist the district in making a decision on which calendar is preferred by the students, parents, staff, and stakeholders. Please click on the link below and complete a short, 3 question survey regarding calendar options. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3J5T8G2
Parents, Warren County School’s released at 1:30 due to the threat of inclement weather. Parents, your students are on the way home.
The senior class had the best attendance for the month of January. Seniors are allowed to have a dress down day tomorrow January 31. All seniors who have not been suspended are allowed to have a dressdown day tomorrow. Students are not allowed to wear pants or shirts that have holes rips or tears in them. Congratulations senior class!
Report cards go home today!
Report cards go home tomorrow. Please make sure you ask your child for his/her report card. Please call the school if you have any concerns or if you do not receive your child’s report card.
This is a friendly reminder that tomorrow is an early release day for all Warren County students. Warren New Tech students will be dismissed at 12:15.
The Jostens order date for seniors and juniors has been moved to Thursday, January 23. Please plan to bring your deposit for your order on that date. Extra order packets are available in the front office.
We will be testing Social Studies tomorrow beginning at 8:00. Please make sure your child is at school on time. Also, Friday will be test makeup day for any student who missed his/her test. Lastly, Monday January 20th school will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. day.
Tomorrow is Science Testing Day! Make sure you are at school on time.
Jostens will be at Warren New Tech tomorrow to talk to Juniors and Seniors about class rings and cap and gowns!
Testing will begin Monday, January 13th. The testing schedule is as follows: Monday- English Tuesday- Math Wednesday- Science Thursday- Social Studies and CTE Please note that only Semester classes will test next week, no year long classes will test. If your child does not have a test to take and chooses not to come to school it will be marked as an excused absence. It is important that students enrolled in year-long classes be at school by 11:30 so they will not miss any instruction next week.
Good evening parents! We would like to invite all parents to join us this Wednesday, December 18th, for a winter celebration. Come vote on the Christmas doors, get help filling out senior FAFSA applications, and fellowship over cookies and juice while you enjoy a slide show of all the wonderful things that have been happening here at school. This event will be floating from 4:00-7:00. We look forward to seeing you all this week!
Due to technical difficulties all report cards will be sent home tomorrow instead of today. Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding. All students who participated in the science fair will need to stay after school tomorrow to present their projects to the judges. Please make arrangements to have your child picked up from school around 4:30. Thank you for your support!
This is a friendly reminder that all science fair projects are due Monday, November 25th and will be judged on Tuesday, December 3rd.
Good morning parents. This message is to inform you of a science fair update. The science fair projects will be due Monday, November 25th and will be judged on Monday, December 2nd beginning at 4:00pm. Science Fair projects are required for all students who are currently enrolled in a science class. Students are also required to stay after school to present their projects on December 2nd.
All after school activities are canceled for this afternoon, November 12th. Thanks and stay warm!
Science fair is next Thursday from 4:00-6:00. If your child is currently enrolled in a science class then he/she is required to participate in the science fair.
All Sophomores will be taking the PreACT next Tuesday, November 19th beginning at 8:00am. Please make sure your child is at school on time.
Good evening parents. This call is to inform you that New Tech students will be dismissed from Warren County High School tomorrow at 3:05. All students will head over to the regular high school at 1:50 to participate in the homecoming pep rally. Also, students may wear jeans tomorrow with their class color shirts. Jeans must be in good condition with no rips or holes.
Tomorrow is college day at WNTHS. Students can wear their favorite college shirts but must be in uniform bottoms.
Good morning! If you did not get a chance to come by New Tech to pickup your child’s report card please call the school to make arrangements to come by and pick it up and meet with your child’s teacher to discuss his/her progress.
Parent teacher conferences take place at WNTHS this Thursday, October 17th from 1:00-7:00. Please come out to pickup your child’s report card and talk with the teachers.
There will be a FAFSA and Financial Aid night at VGCC on Monday, 10/14 from 4:00-7:00pm for seniors and their parents. Parents will need to bring their 2018 tax information, W2s, and have their FSA ID to complete the FAFSA. Refreshments will be provided. Please contact Mrs. Tanner or Ms. Junious with any questions.
Fall and Senior portrait proofs were sent home last week. We are taking orders until next Friday, October 18th. Please send in your money if you are planning on purchasing pictures.
Parents, CPR training for Seniors is next Tuesday not today. Sorry for the confusion.
Seniors will be participating in mandatory CPR training tomorrow beginning at 11:50. Please make sure your student is at school and does not miss this graduation requirement.
Good morning parents! Students received their proofs from their fall pictures and senior portraits. Make sure you ask your child for his/her proofs and place your order. Orders and money is due next Friday, October 11th.
Good evening New Tech Families. Please join us Thursday evening from 4:00-6:00pm to pickup schedules and meet our new teachers. We look forward to seeing you all Thursday, August 22nd 4:00-6:00pm.
Squire School begins tomorrow at 9:00am. Please make sure your child is in uniform and on time. We look forward to seeing you all tomorrow!
Friendly Reminder.... Squire School for all freshmen begins tomorrow at 9:00am. Make sure your student is in uniform and at school on time.