Gift Cards

NEED GIFT CARDS?

The Athletic Boosters are continuing their project of selling gift cards. With the holidays approaching, we want to again stress this money-making project that we have. Many of you will be buying gift cards as gifts. The Athletic Boosters order gift cards from a company that allows us to keep some of the profit that the companies make when they sell you the gift cards. You receive the same gift cards that you would purchase at the stores. They cost you nothing more and you receive exactly the same value. The Athletic Boosters receive some of the profit and that profit goes towards the equipment and uniforms that we purchase for the school and our athletes.

Attached is a list of some of the gift cards that we are able to order, the denominations that they come in and the percent profit that we make. There are many others, totaling 760! If you don’t see what you want, check the scrip website online for the list. The list in available at www.glscrip.com. The link to the list is on the bottom of the opening page under quick links retailer list.

Beginning Nov.22, I will pick up orders at the school each Friday moming by 9 am. The orders usually arrive in 3 days. The last day to order is Dec.13. Use the order form below or send you order on another sheet of paper. The order and check made out to Warren Athletic Boosters can be sent to Kelly in the high school office, Sally in the elementary office or you can email me at [email protected] or call 815-745-3844 and then send your check to Kelly in the high school office. I also have quite a few gift cards on hand so call or email if you need a last minute gift. Thanks for helping the Athletic Boosters raise money for their projects!

Two people looking at an icon of a medicine bottle

Medication Policy Update

If you are providing Prescription and/or Non-prescription (over the counter) medications such as Tylenol, Ibuprofen, Tums, Cough Drops, etc.; they must be delivered to the school in the original, sealed and properly labeled container with the child’s name along with the appropriate signed medication authorization form by the parent/guardian and physician.  All medication must be brought to the office by the parent. Students should NOT be transporting any prescription or non-prescription medications to school. No medications are to be kept in a student’s possession, desk, or locker, with the exception of authorized EpiPens or Asthma inhalers.  Any questions, please contact the School Nurse.

Warren CUSD #205 Graduate Profile: Work Habits, Professionalism, Relationships, Knowledge.

Warren CUSD #205 Graduate Profile – Introduction

Every school system is unique, but they all are connected by a shared aspiration: that all students have an educational experience preparing them to be effective lifelong learners and contributors.

Now more than ever, that experience must not only provide for the acquisition of rigorous academic content, but it must also be more intentional about fostering critical thinking, communication, collaboration, creativity, and other 21st century skills our young people need to thrive in this complex, rapidly changing world.

Our Graduate Profile serves as a North Star for system transformation. Providing our strategic direction for the redesign of the overall educational experience for our students. This collective vision reinvigorates and re-engages students, teachers, and community stakeholders.

As part of our planning process, with the help of our area business leaders and chamber of commerce, we have identified a set of attributes and skills our students need to ensure they are future ready! We have created the graphic below as a reminder of our mission.

Warren CUSD 205 Graduate Profile

Stay tuned as we will explain what each set of attributes means to our students as they progress through their education.

Preschool Screening - April 2&3

Preschool Screening

April 2nd and 3rd, Warren School District will be offering a free developmental and educational screening for Birth to age three and preschool age three to five. Children eligible for preschool must turn three years old on or before September 1, 2019.  Are you unsure if you want to send your child to preschool in the fall?  Come to the screening anyway!  We want to ensure that all eligible children are screened.  Whether you decide to send your child to a public or private school, or to no school at all, we’d still love to see you at screening!  It’s free and only takes an hour.  Please call the Warren Elementary School Office to make an appointment. 815-745-2653

Warren Jr/Sr High School ANNOUNCES ILLINOIS STATE SCHOLARS

Warren Jr/Sr High School Principal Josh Knuth is pleased to announce that Miah Stiefel, daughter of Darren and Terri Stiefel, and Garrett Williams, son of Mike and Teri Williams, have been recognized as Illinois State Scholars.

The Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC), the state agency committed to helping to make college accessible and affordable for Illinois families, confers this prestigious recognition to top Illinois high school students annually. This year, more than 21,000 honorees join the other top students who have been honored for their academic achievements since the designation was first introduced in 1958.

Illinois State Scholars represent approximately the top ten percent of high school seniors from 757 high schools across the state. Illinois State Scholars are chosen based on a combination of exemplary ACT or SAT test scores and sixth semester class rank.

Garrett Williams

Miah Stiefel

Important

2018-19 School Registration Information

Registration for all students will take place at the following days/times:

  • Wednesday, August 15 – 8:00-4:00
  • Thursday, August 16 – 1:00-7:00

Please note: There will be a $10.00 late registration fee charged to each student that registers after August 16 unless prior arrangements are made with the office by Monday, August 13.

Registration will be held in the administration wing of the school.

Students entering kindergarten, sixth, and ninth grades as well as all new students in our district must have a physical to be turned in at registration. Students entering kindergarten, second, and sixth must have a dental examination or dental waiver form and all kindergarten and new students must have an eye exam or eye exam waiver to be turned in at registration.

School Supply Lists and Fee Schedule are posted to the Parent Home Page.

CRPS The most painful disease in the world. There is no cure... yet.

Sat, March 3: Servant Leadership VB Tournament Fundraiser

The Servant Leaders are hosting a volleyball tournament fundraiser on March 3 for Jaycee Bennett and Brynn Fry (a 10 year old River Ridge student) who have both developed CRPS, a chronic debilitating pain syndrome which has affected a foot and leg of both girls.   Grab your friends, get a volleyball team together, and have some fun!  Teams should consist of 6-8 players with at least one girl on the court at all times.   Teams should sign up in the office.  Be sure to purchase  your CRPS shirt in the office, too!