Come out and support your Patriots!
Come out and support your Patriots!
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April Pulley Sayre, an Indiana resident and award-winning author came up with a unique way to celebrate Indiana's Bicentennial. Highlighting the state's heritage, towns and schools, she wrote The Indiana Chant.
CBS4, as part of its CBS4 Reads initiative, is proud to partner with Indiana Humanities, the Indiana State Library and the Center for the Book to bring the chant to life. Students from South Creek Elementary in Franklin Township, Liberty Park Elementary in Warren Township and Hazel Dell Elementary in Noblesville teamed up with other Hoosiers around the state to record their own versions of The Indiana Chant.
Indiana will officially celebrate its bicentennial on.
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Linked is our newly updated and technology-friendly Kindergarten Camp (K Camp) video book. This will allow your kindergarten student(s) to become familiar with the school prior to school starting. Please read and view this with your child as often as you would like. We look forward to seeing you!
Warren Township will host an open enrollment night for new
kindergarten students on Monday, April 11, from 5:30-7:30
P.M. at each elementary school. To be considered for kindergarten,
students must be five years old on or before August 31st. Please
contact your child’s school for more Kindergarten Roundup
The Warren Early Childhood Center will host Preschool Roundup
during the day from 8:00-4:00. Students are eligible for preschool
as soon as they turn three, and registrations are accepted
throughout the year. Please contact the Warren Early Childhood
Center at 869-4750 for more preschool information!
The Patriot Pack (Liberty Park's student council) has been collecting new and gently used stuffed animals for Comfort 4 Kids Indy. Comfort 4 Kids Indy was started last month by Sheridan Police Officer, Anthony Guzman. Officer Guzman is looking for donations of stuffed animals to use on patrol to help children who are in car accidents or other traumatic situations. Today Officer Guzman had the chance to speak with the Patriot Pack and answer questions about his mission for Comfort 4 Kids and about being a police officer. Before Officer Guzman left Liberty Park the students presented him with over 1000 stuff animals. The students help him pack his trailer and he literally ran out of room! Great job to all the students at Liberty Park!
The second grade students in Mrs. Ostendorf and Mrs. Carnagua classrooms were directed to choose a famous person to research and create a presentation. They spent several weeks researching their chosen person, then writing an essay, and finally creating a final presentation. The students were given the choice of creating a brochure, a Glogster (online poster), or using Google Slides. After creating their final product, they presented to peers and parents.
The Patriot Pack (Liberty Park's student council) is collecting new and gently used stuffed animals for Comfort for Kids Indy. Comfort for Kids Indy was started earlier this month by a Sheridan Police Office looking for donations of stuffed animals to use on patrol to help children who are in car accidents or other traumatic situations. Giving a little one a stuffed animal can help make the situation a little less scary. Small police departments need our help, they are low on stuffed animals.
We are looking for new or gently used stuffed animals starting January 12th. There will be boxes in the pods for students to drop the stuff animals off.
For more information see this news report from WTHR.http://www.wthr.com/…/police-officer-collects-stuffed-anima…
On Saturday, January 23, 2016 from 9:00 – 11:00 a.m., parents, community members, and staff are invited to attend the forum. This opportunity will provide the attendees to share their insights on educational legislation or other concerns. This is sponsored by the MSD of Warren Township Board of Education. The forum will be at the Warren Education and Community Center located at 975 N. Post Road.