2019-20 SCHOOL REGISTRATION

Parents & Guardians,

Registration for the 2019-20 school year will be on the following dates/times:

  • Monday, August 12 – 8:00am – 4:00pm
    Tuesday, August 13  – 1:00pm – 6:00pm

Please note: There will be a $10.00 late registration fee charged to each student that registers after August 13, 2019 unless prior arrangements are made with the office by Thursday, August 8.

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.

Fee Schedule, School Calendar, and Supply Lists are below or on the Parent Home Page.

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2019-20 Jr/Sr High Supply List
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Students lined up in their cardboard boats

The Cardboard Regatta

Ready to Set Sail!

On Wednesday, May 22, Warren’s 8th Grade Pre-Engineering students set sail in the first (annual?) Cardboard Regatta at Apple Canyon Lake pool. This was a culmination of a year’s worth of work by the students as they each had a one-quarter long Pre-Engineering “mini” class with Mrs. Robbe.

Cardboard Regatta Trailer

The 8th Pre-Engineering mini focused on the engineering design process. Throughout the quarter, students used the stages of engineering, as well as mathematics calculations, to design, build, test, and improve water bottle rockets, thermal protection systems, and containers to safety send a chip through the mail.

Their final project was to design, create a scale model, test the scale model, build, and race a cardboard canoe. They used prior knowledge and researched examples of cardboard canoes to assist them in their design as well.

Student Applying Duct tape to a cardboard canoe
Finishing Touches

As they built and finalized their canoe, the students were required to calculate surface area and the volume of the canoe. They used this data along with the mass calculations to determine the maximum weight capacity of the craft. The measurement requirements included converting between units of measure. They also had to calculate the total mass and cost of the tape used.

Additionally, the students discussed Archimedes Principle as it relates to water craft.

The teams were required to have two people in their boat and were only allowed cardboard and tape. They were also required to have a theme. The students were scored on their calculations and their work as a team.

Students rowing in a cardboard boat
The S.S. Arrrrg! was able to travel the length of the pool and back without fear of sinking.

The final results are in the video below. As you can see, everyone had a blast at the event.

The 2019 Cardboard Regatta

Battle of the Books

On Wednesday, May 15th, Warren Junior High School will be hosting a “Battle of the Books” competition. Students have been reading novels all semester in preparation for this event. Come join us in the high school gymnasium at 8:30 am as we cheer for our students and celebrate their reading successes! 

Thank you!

Bathroom Beautification Project

On Thursday, April 18th, junior and senior high school students and staff volunteered their time to complete the “Bathroom Beautification” project. The stalls in the bathrooms were painted with inspirational messages and designs. By transforming the school’s environment in a positive way, we hope to uplift and encourage all of our students. We are so proud of and thankful to the students and staff who helped make this vision a reality!

3-Point King!

CONGRATULATIONS TO NOAH EATON! He has advanced to State in the Class 1A 3-Point Shootout. He will shoot for a State Title on Thursday in Peoria

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