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Wellness Student Wellness Committee Meeting
Yankee candle Yankee Candle Sale
Alumni ATTENTION WARRIOR RUN ALUMNI!

Homecoming 2017! 

Warrior Logo YEARBOOK Pick-Up

2017 Yearbooks are ready for pickup this Friday.

Dollar General WR receives $3,000 Literacy Grant from Dollar General

The Dollar General Literacy Foundation believes learning to read and receiving your high school diploma or equivalent is an investment that opens doorways for personal, professional and economic growth.  That is why their commitment to literacy remains strong.  It is the one gift that no one can take away – the one gift that lasts a lifetime.

Newsletter October Newsletter

Each month we look to highlight the wonderful things happening around the District.  Included in this month's publication, we are highlighting #YourWR, AP Results, Personalized Learning, Students of the Month, and much more.  Stay tuned as we continue feature students, faculty, and staff along with their accomplishments around the District.  

October Newsletter

Newsletter September Newsletter

Each month we look to highlight the wonderful things happening around the District.  Included in this month's publication, we are highlighting instructional resources, changes in programs, and resources available to our residents.  Stay tuned as we feature students and their accomplishments around the District.  

September Newsletter

September Newsletter

Woodrow Wilson Warrior Run Teachers Nominated for Woodrow Wilson Fellowship

PRINCETON, N.J. — A transformative professional program for U.S. history teachers has named 57 new Fellows across four states, including history teachers Amy Swartz at Warrior Run High School, and Patricia Kramer at Warrior Run Middle School, both in Turbotville.

STEAM Camp STEAM

Are you or do you know a student entering grades 9-12 this fall and interested in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, or Math?  Then check out the summer STEAM opportunity hosted at the Muncy Library July 18th - 28th.  Click here for more information!

rfq Request for Qualifications-ACT 163-2016 Guaranteed Energy Savings Project

Sealed proposals based on qualifications are requested for an ACT 163-2016 Guaranteed Energy Savings Project

Graduation 2017 Graduation Ceremony

The 2017 Graduation Ceremony will be held this Friday, June 2nd at 7:30pm in the Middle School Auditorium.  Tickets are required.  Please contact the high school office for additional details.

Senior Walk 1st Annual Senior Walk

Class of 2017 marches through the hallways.

End of School Year End of Year Letter to Parents
Award Warrior Run Receives National Recognition

Warrior Run High School is among the highest ranked high schools in the state for preparing students for college, according to the latest U.S. News and World Report.

Of the 686 Pennsylvania high schools reviewed, 232 schools made the rankings. The top 6,041 public high schools nationwide also were given gold, silver and bronze medals, indicating their student populations’ levels of college readiness.

Warrior Run is 105th in the state and also was ranked nationally with a bronze medal, given to just over 16 percent of the ranking schools. The Turbotville area school has a 94 percent graduation rate and the 476-member student body is 89 percent proficient in math and 73 percent proficient in English.

Story Courtesy of Marcia Moore & The Daily Item

coffee Coffee and Conversation
Spring Break Spring Break

School will not be in session on Friday, April 14th and Monday, April 17th.  School will resume on Tuesday, April 18th.  Have a wonderful spring break!

Twins Congratulations

Our district family has grown by 4 feet!

Dr.Hack and his wife have welcomed the birth of twin boys this week! 

 

Facebook Live Concert Choir to Perform at Statue of Liberty!!

Live Statue of Liberty Performance - April 6th @ 11am.

Northumberland County BH/IDS Transition Presentation Building Skills for Adult Life - A workshop for high school students

Each year brings your child closer to graduation day… 

 

Is everyone ready for this new & exciting time? Change can be hard, and even scary… but it doesn’t have to be!  Join us for a discussion on creative and fun ideas and strategies of what can be done at home (and even when you’re out and about in the community together!) to be building up skills set and vibrant experience related to transitioning to adult life. 

 

Ann Gelvin, a consultant for Networks for Training and Development, Inc., will share practical ideas, possibilities, and more for how your child can continue to increase “real world” skills at home that will better prepare everyone for the days after graduation for whatever path they may choose to take.

mini thon Mini-THON®

Warrior Run Middle School Karing Kids Club is hosting a Mini-THON® this Saturday, April 1, 2017

Substitute Substitutes Needed

WRSD is looking for Substitute Employees!!!  

Lunch Menu change Revised Lunch Schedule

Due to school being closed, all schools have revised menus

board meeting Work Session-Location Change

March 15th Work Session wll be in the MS Library

The Brushy Mountain Bee Farm Transition Work Incentive Field Trip

Transition students attended incentive field trip to the Brushy Mountain Bee Farm!

mower Lawn Care Quotes

The Warrior Run School District is accepting quotes for lawn care services.

Music Highlight Music Department Highlights

The last several weeks have been filled with music for our Warrior Run band and choral students.  The  following students have been selected to advance in the indicated ensembles.  

TSA TSA & SkillsUSA Champs
Aladdin Jr. Aladdin Jr.

The Warrior Run Choral Department Presents Aladdin Junior.  The show will be held on February 2, 3, 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm in the Warrior Run High School Auditorium. Tickets are $5.00 at the door.  Come out and enjoy the show! 

Report Card 2nd Marking Period Report Cards Now Available Online

Report cards for students in grades 5-12 are now available online.  Please click here to follow the steps for viewing your child's report card via PowerSchool.  Once you have viewed the report card, please click the submit button as this provides confirmation with the school district.  If you have any questions, please contact the main office.  

Note:  An e-mail notification was sent on Wednesday, January 19th to all active addresses in PowerSchool.  If you did not receive the e-mail, please make sure that your e-mail is active and also check your SPAM folder.  If you still have not received the notification or if your e-mail address has changed, please contact the main office.  Thank you!  

update picture January 10, 2016 After School Activites

 

Due to the weather all afterschool student activites today January 10, 2017 have been cancelled. Be safe. 

Happy New Year Happy New Year!

From all of us at Warrior Run, we wish our Warrior Run Families both near and far a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2017!!!

Spanish Trip to Turbotville Spanish Trip to Turbotville
Project MAX Project MAX

Project MAX...What is it?

Postponed Concert Concert Choir Winter Concert Postponed

Due to inclement weather, the High School Concert Choir Winter Concert has been postponed until Thursday, December 22nd at 7pm.  For additional information, please contact Mr. Myers at kmyers@wrsd.org.  

Winter Break Winter Break

Winter Break will begin on Friday, December 23rd with an early dismissal at 12:45pm (elementary) and 1:00pm (MS/HS).  Classes will resume on Tuesday, January 3rd.  Offices will be closed during this time except for Wednesday, December 28th.  On behalf of the faculty, staff, administration, and Warrior Run Board of Directors, we wish you and your family have a safe, relaxing, and peaceful holiday break.  We look forward to seeing all of our Defenders in 2017!

Winter Concerts 2016 Holiday Concerts

Come join the Warrior Run Music Department in celebrating the holiday season with any or all of the following musical performances:

Dec. 7 – MS Band & Choir Concert @ 7pm in MS Auditorium

Dec. 13 – Beginning Band Winter Concert @ 7pm in MS Auditorium

Dec. 14 – Chorale & HS Band Winter Concert @ 7pm in HS Auditorium

Dec. 17 – Concert Choir Winter Concert @ 7pm in MS Auditorium

Request for Proposals RFP Information - Wireless Access Points

Please click here to view the RFP information for the wireless access points.

May Board Meeting Highlights

Congratulations to this year's Senior Eagle Scout Recipients (Matthew Gummo, Garrett Ruch, Blake Bomboy, Bryce Kessler, Ryan Hayes, Christopher Dyer, Brock Blakeney, Macoy Auman and Josh Adams):

Scouts

soup Soup with the "Sup"

Have Soup with the "Sup"

BoardDocslogo BoardDocs

New look to the monthly Board Agendas.

bid picture Bids for HS Auditorium Air Conditioning

The Warrior Run School District is accepting sealed bids for the following:

board meeting Work Session-Time and Location Change

 

The time and location of the work session of the Warrior Run School District Board of Education, advertised for October 10, 2017 is being changed to 7:00PM in the High School Auditorium.

 

                                                                 

Ray of Lights Ray of Lights - Best Leading Actress
Important Notice MEAL APPLICATION

The MEAL application is now working

national support professionals National Education Support Professionals Day

On behalf of the entire District, we wanted to extend our sincere gratitude to all of our support staff for the impact that you have on all of us at Warrior Run.  From the food that is prepared and the cleaning & maintenance of our facilities to the instructional/tech support and office support (and more) that is provided on a daily basis, Warrior Run would not be the same without the hard work and dedication of our support personnel.  Thank you for all you do and for making Warrior Run a better place!

Community of Practice Warrior Run Community of Practice

Community of Practice

 

Warrior Run community program partners invite you to:

Warrior Run Community of Practice

February 2, 2017

6:30-7:30 p.m.

Turbotville Elementary School

Community of Practice - Getting on Board with Services Community of Practice - Getting on Board with Services: Parents and Community Members Invited

DATE & TIME:
March 8th, 6:30pm – 7:30pm WHERE: Turbotville Elementary School TOPIC:
Getting On-Board with Services

You are invited to join in the conversation as we explore the challenges and identify solutions for our community. All perspectives welcome.

No issue is too minor or too grand.
For questions please call or email Jennifer Billig at

(717)887-6609 or jbillig@includeme.org

Participants 2017 Special Education Field Day

On Friday, May 12th, over 200 students from school districts across IU 16 descended upon the sports complex for the 4th Annual Special Education Field Day. Sponsored by the National Honor Society, nearly 100 high school students organized and volunteered at the event which included a variety of games and activities for the participating students. This event is yet another example of the amazing things happening here at Warrior Run and the ways in which our faculty, staff, and students give back to others in the local and surrounding communities. Every school we spoke with was extremely grateful for this opportunity for their students and look forward to the event each year. It is a powerful event for our students and all those who assist in making the day run smoothly.

November Newsletter November Newsletter

Each month we look to highlight the wonderful things happening around the District.  Included in this month's publication, we are highlighting PA Future Ready Index, U-Turn Ceremony, Chalk the Walk, Personalized Learning, Students of the Month, and much more.  Stay tuned as we continue feature students, faculty, and staff along with their accomplishments around the District.  

November Newsletter

Candle fundraising Warrior Run Middle School Student Council

The Warrior Run Middle School Student Council is hosting a Yankee Candle Fundraiser.  You can place an order with a student from WRMS or through the Yankee Candle Fundraising website.  All proceeds will offset costs for field trips, such as transportation costs.  The fundraiser will run through January 21, 2017.  Student orders should be returned to their homeroom teachers.  Please contact Student Council for more information.

Austin award Lyco CTC Student of the Year

Austin Coup, a senior construction student at Lyco CTC, was selected as the 2016-2017 Student of the Year.  Austin is the son of Randy and Tara Coup and was also named Watsontown Lions Club Student of the Month at Warrior Run High School for the month of October 2016.  Austin is a member of the LycoCTC Skills USA, President.  He enjoys hunting, fishing and farming. Austin has received Skills USA Team Works, regional Champ, State Champ and National Competitor. He is currently employed as an assistant to a local farmer. After graduation Austin plans to be a self-employed contractor.

SchoolCafe Meal Applications

Meal Applications Here

Cheerleaders Warrior Run High School Varsity Cheerleaders to Perform at Citrus Bowl in Florida

The Warrior Run High School Varsity cheerleaders will be performing in the Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida on January 1, 2018. The squad was invited to participate in the pre-game performance after winning multiple trophies while attending Pine Forest Cheer Camp this past summer.  

Squad members will travel as a team to Orlando for a week of rehearsals dedicated to preparing them for their Buffalo Wild Wings Citrus Bowl pre-game and performance. The cheerleaders will perform in front of 60,000  fans at this popular college football game at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. 

Additionally, one Warrior Run Middle School cheerleader will be performing in the All-American Half Time Show at the Citrus Bowl. Cadence Gardiner received this honor after trying out for and being named an All-American Cheerleader.  (Story courtesy of Northcentralpa.com) 

Mural U-Turn WR unveils history-telling device
sewer Elementary Project Update

Check out important updates regarding the Elementary School Building Project.  For additional information, please contact our Superintendent, Dr. Hack at ahack@wrsd.org or 570-649-5138 x5000.

Career Awareness Above & Beyond Warrior Run

Employees at Warrior Run are dedicated to their positions and work endlessly to ensure that our students receive a high-quality educational experience.  

Preparing Transition Students with IEPs for Adulthood Preparing Transition Age Students with IEPs for Adulthood

Ann Gelvin, a consultant for Networks for Training and Development, Inc., will share practical ideas, possibilities, and more for how your child can continue to increase “real world” skills at home that will better prepare everyone for the days after graduation for whatever path they may choose to take.

Chromebook 1 : 1 Rollout For HS Students

Chromebook Roll Out for the 2017-18 school Year

Sapphire Letter Sapphire Community Web Portal
Speech Therapy Hiring Speech/Language Therapist
Career Awareness Faculty & Staff with Second Careers / Hobbies

Going once, going twice … SOLD

Awards 2017-2018 Classroom Innovation Grant Recipients Announced

Congratulations to the following recipients of the 2017-2018 Classroom Innovation Grants sponsored by the Warrior Run Education Foundation:

Rickelle Davis - Learning through "Osmo"sis

MIddle School - 3D Printing

Liz Brobst - Library Lounge

job opening Job Openings

The Warrior Run School District is accepting applications for the following classified positions:

  • Classroom Paraprofessionals
  • One-on-one Paraprofessional
  • Cafeteria Helper
  • Substitutes (140-day and day-to-day)

For additional information visit http://www.wrsd.org/employment or cal 570-649-5138. 

BU STEM Attention Current Sophomores - BU STEM Program

The STEM Magnet Program allows high-achieving high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to get a head start on a college career in the STEM disciplines. The program offers a choice in two areas of focus: engineering or health sciences. It also gives students interested in math or other sciences the tools needed to be successful in college.

Students are immersed in a high-level, intensive academic program that interweaves practical applications and rigorous traditional content. Bloomsburg University college credit is significantly discounted to STEM Magnet students through the ACE (Advanced College Experience) program.

During the summer and breaks, students are offered programming, listen to speakers, and visit local businesses for interactive tours as well as hands-on learning where appropriate. Students who successfully graduate from this program will be offered admission to Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania.

STEM Magnet Program Overview (PDF download)

Camp Cadet Camp Cadet 2017
Susquehanna Valley 
Law  Enforcement Camp Cadet

      

Alumni Survey WREF Alumni Survey - Share Your Journey
bus pic 17-18 Bus Driver Assignments
YIP Warrior Run Youth in Philanthropy (YIP) Grant Opportunities - Apply Now!

Warrior Run’s Youth in Philanthropy Grantround Open Now through March 10, 2017 – Apply Now!

Back to School Back to School Letter

Back to School

Sister Act - A Divine Musical Comedy Sister Act - A Divine Musical Comedy

Musical Tickets are now on sale.

Community of Practice Community of Practice Summer Dates
Grandparents as Guardians and Their Legal Rights Legal Rights for Grandparents Raising Children

Do you want to learn about your legal rights as a grandparent raising grandchildren?

How about services that could help you and your grandchild?

Make-Up Day Make-up Day

Due to the ice day on Wednesday, January 11th, school will be in session on Friday, February 17th.  School will also be in session on Monday, March 13th due to the snow day on Thursday, February 9th.