WARREN, NJ - March is now the month of the "Whole Child" in Warren, as proclaimed by the Warren Township Committee at its meeting on Thursday, Feb. 16.
Warren Township School's Superintendent Dr. Matthew Mingle and Warren Township Board of Education president Tia Allocco received a plaque with the proclamation at the meeting from Deputy Mayor Vic Sordillo.
The Warren Township Board of Education will host "A Community Conversation on the Whole Child" on Wednesday, March 8 at Watchung Hills Regional High School.
The program is scheduled from 6 to 9 p.m. in the schools Performing Arts Center and is limited to 500 participants. To register, visit http://tinyurl.com/Warren0308
Sean Slade, Director of Global Outreach at the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) leads a community conversation about the Whole Child approach to education — that each child, in each school, in each of our communities, deserves to be healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
Top 3 Reasons to Attend according to the flyer:
To learn about the Whole Child approach to education.
To provide valuable feedback to questions posed in three breakout sessions.
To celebrate student achievement with music and art exhibitions.
The schedule for the evening includes an optional information session on the Warren Township Education Foundation, performances by the Watchung Hills music department, art exhibits from Warren Township Schools' students, the keynote speaker, Sean Slade, and breakout sessions.
6:00pm—Warren Township Education Foundation Info Session (optional)
6:15pm—WHRHS Music Ensembles and K-8 Art Exhibits (optional)
6:45pm—Sean Slade, Keynote Speaker
Sponsored by the Warren Township Board of Education and the Warren Township Education Foundation