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Warren Township Board of Education Approves Tentative Budget

March 17, 2019


WARREN, NJ - It wasn’t easy, but the Warren Township Board of Education approved its preliminary 2019-20  budget at the last board meeting.

After presentation of the proposed budget by Superintendent Dr. Matthew Mingle and Business Administrator Pat Leonhardt, and almost four hours of discussion, the tentative budget was approved as originally presented with a 2.53 ...

Warren Community Shoots Hoops, Holds Raffle for JT


WARREN, NJ - The Warren community continues to rally support for JT Torrisi, a Woodland School third grader who is currently hospitalized with a serious medical condition since falling into a coma in mid February.  


Wednesday night, March 13, the 5th Annual Woodland Staff and Parent basketball game is set and the Woodland Service Club will be holding a bake sale, ...

Warren Students “Start with Hello”, a Sandy Hook Promise

WARREN, NJ - Students in each of the Warren Township Schools participated in a “Start with Hello” week in February. Sandy Hook Promise, a national non-profit organization based out of Newtown, Connecticut created this program in an effort to protect children and reduce social isolation.  


“Start with Hello” is a program that teaches ...

Warren Community Rallies Around JT, Launches Fundraising Site

WARREN, NJ - The Warren community is rallying around John Thomas Torrisi, who most family and friends affectionately call JT,  a third grade student at Warren’s Woodland School who has been hospitalized and has been in a coma since mid February.  

He woke from the coma on Sunday and a GoFundMe fundraising site has been established to “help offset any bills she (his single ...

Five Warren Teachers Recognized for Excellence

WARREN, NJ - Five teachers have been recognized for their exceptional contributions to the students of Warren Township Schools as part of a district initiative to reward outstanding educators. The following teachers are this year’s recipients of the Excellence in Education Award:

 Jan Brennan, School Nurse, Angelo L. Tomaso School

Lindsey LaNeve, Library Media Specialist, Central ...

Warren Students Break Out of the EDU Box

WARREN, NJ - Students at Mt. Horeb School are being challenged by Breakout EDU, an interactive diverse learning experience that enables teachers to facilitate academic games for students at varying levels and ages.  Ms. Christine Burkhardt, Library Media Specialist, brought the game to Mt. Horeb and is excited and pleased by the students’ reactions. 

“With escape ...

Be Prepared for Early School Dismissal or Closing at Watchung Hills and Sending Districts


WARREN, NJ - Be prepared for a 5 a.m. call. Watchung Hills Regional High School and all sending Districts are monitoring the weather and preparing for a possible early closure or school closing on Wednesday.


“We are closely monitoring tomorrow's forecast of snow/sleet predicted for the afternoon.  We will make a final decision tomorrow morning, ...

Warren Students Celebrate Chinese New Year with Live Broadcast

WAREN, NJ - Live from Angelo L. Tomaso (ALT) School, under the direction of Mrs. Susan Jackson, Media Specialist, both Jill Lin, grade 3 student and Miss Tami Quach, grade 4 teacher, shared a special message and information about the Lunar New Year, on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.


Prior to the broadcast, Lin prepared with Mrs. Mary Sfiris’ to develop the content for her ...

Warren Middle School Fitness Center and Breakout Boxes Highlight Board Meeting

WARREN, NJ – Warren Middle School Principal George Villar presented an overview of the arts, hands on learning, and the fitness center at the last meeting of the Warren Township Board of Education. 

Student’s art was displayed, and a video was shown with clips of the student produced WMS news, and highlighting student participation in the new fitness center.

Villar led ...

It’s Official: Snow Day!

WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Schools, Watchung Hills Regional High School, Long Hill, Green Brook, Watchung, and North Plainfield Schools have all made the call to cancel school and all after school activities on Tuesday.

Gov. Phil Murphy has declared a state of emergency for New Jersey ahead of the expected snowstorm.

 All after-school and evening activities are canceled at ...


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