We Need You to be an election judge! Rewarding opportunity to serve your community. Earn extra income, perform an important civic function, opportunity to meet your neighbors, play a vial role in election history

Student Election Judges Needed

Want to earn some easy money 🤑?

Want to be paid to help others participate in the world’s greatest democracy? 🗳

Be a Jo Daviess County election judge and on November 3rd

Requirements: Must be 16 years old (that’s it)

Pay:

  • Without training — $100 for the day
  • With some minimal training — $115 for the day
  • Take materials back to court house — $120 for the day (optional)

If you are interested, contact Mr. Einsweiler ASAP!

Grab & Go Lunch Menu

This is our Grab & Go Lunch Menu for while we are on the 1:05pm release schedule.

Starting Wednesday, we will be offering lunches to any students who are remote learning. This will include students during our “remote learning for all” period as well as remote learners when we return to our hybrid method. Normal school lunch and breakfast prices will be charged to families as they sign up for meals. In order to sign up for any of these meals, please visit our school website and click the “Remote Learner Meal Sign Up” button. Please fill out this week’s form by 8 AM on Wednesday. In future weeks, this form will need to be completed weekly by 8 AM each Monday. Meal pick up will be between 11 AM – Noon each day.

Start of the School Year Major Change – URGENT

Good Afternoon, Warren Warriors:

Due to recent events regarding COVID-19 in our school district, Warren Schools will be starting the school year remote learning for all students. To allow families and staff time to prepare for this change, we will plan to start remote learning on Monday, August 24. At this time, we hope to return to our original plan utilizing both in-person and remote learning on Monday, August 31.

This has been a difficult decision, but due to the safety precautions developed by the Illinois Department of Health, this decision is best for the safety and well-being of our students, staff, and community. We apologize for not having the start of the school year that we all looked forward to. However, these unprecedented times continue to challenge us. We will send another all-call early this week regarding Chromebook and material pick up for all students.

Thank you!

Don’t forget to take the 2020 Census!

Please fulfill your civic duty by completing your census and increase the amount of federal funding our communities receive for community services such as public services, schools, hospitals, and fire departments. These figures also determine how many seats are allocated for Illinois in the House of Representatives. Furthermore, these figures help drive plans for new homes, businesses, and improvements to neighborhoods. Please take a few minutes today to complete your census, thank you.

Jo Daviess County Completion Rate as of 5/22/2020
Confetti - Photo by Jason Leung on Unsplash

Upcoming Awards Nights!

GET READY TO CELEBRATE! 🎉

Tonight (May 4th) is the Senior Scholarship Awards Night. This will be broadcast LIVE on YouTube at 6:00pm. We will honor our graduating seniors and announce the winners of the local scholarships. Click the link or watch it right here below.

We will also have the High School and Junior High Awards Nights coming up.

High School Awards Night: Thurs, May 14th at 6:00pm
Junior High Awards Night:
Thurs, May 21st at 6:00pm

More info will be posted so keep an eye here and/or on our Facebook page.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING

On May 28, 2020 at 6:00pm, a meeting conducted by Warren CUSD 205 will take place virtually via Zoom due to COVID-19. The purpose of the meeting will be to discuss the district’s plans for providing special education services to students with disabilities who attend private schools and home schools within the district for the 2020- 2021 school year. If you are the parent of a home-schooled student who has been or may be identified with a disability and you reside within the boundaries of Warren CUSD 205, you are urged to attend.

To obtain login information to the Zoom Meeting or if you have further questions pertaining to this meeting, please contact Shawn Teske at 815-745-2653 or [email protected]

Free Access to ABCmouse.com (& more)

Dear Parents and Caregivers,

We are providing you with free at-home access to our online learning programs ABCmouse, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ while your child’s school is closed. These research-based educational programs include thousands of digital learning activities, and they can help preschool, pre-k, elementary, and middle school students keep learning while schools are closed.

All three programs can be used on computers, tablets, and smartphones, and you can add up to three children per account!

Please see the document attached below for our school code to setup your account.

Coronavirus

Update 3-20-20

Illinois will be under a Stay at Home Order effective March 21 at 5 PM through April 7. The mandated school closure will remain through April 8. Therefore, we will plan to return to school on Tuesday, April 14 following our Spring Break.

Correction: it appears that the school closure has been extended with a tentative reopening date of April 8. Therefore, school would be in session on April 8 before Spring Break. Once again, this date is tentative as the situation remains fluid.

Currently, everything will stay in place as it has been this week through the school closure unless the Illinois State Board of Education gives us different guidance. We will continue our E-learning and providing meals to the youth of our communities. This is still a fluid situation, in which dates could be altered or extended. We will continue to keep you updated as we learn more.

Thank you for your continued hard work and dedication as we continue our students’ learning.

Coronavirus

Corona Virus Update – School Closure

At 3:30 pm today Governor J.B. Pritzker informed administration via a teleconference that schools are to be closed starting Tuesday, March 17th through March 30th.

Monday, March 16th will be a normal school day and will be used for teachers to get any needed papers, materials, supplies,  and instructions to students about the e-learning days we will be utilizing. On Tuesday teachers will come in and work on compiling any other materials or content needed to make e-learning happen.

Wednesday, March 18th will then become our first e-learning day and we will continue with e-learning through March 30th. As of now we will plan on students returning to regularly schedule school days on Tuesday, March 31st.

This is still a fluid situation and we will keep you informed as we gather more information.