Countdown to Holiday Break kicks off tomorrow, Dec. 7th with our first holiday dress-up day! "Make it Epic" Countdown to Holiday Break is going to be filled with fun! Check out everything that is to come!
WHS students toured Bemidji State University and Northwest Technical College today! Those that toured Northwest Tech were excited to see the automotive shop and engines. Students that toured BSU were invited into Dr. Katie Peterson's Chemistry lab and conducted experiments, while learning about becoming STEM scholars. We ran into WHS alumni, Kate Johnson, on campus at BSU, too!
Coffee with Dr. Yates!
The Girls JV Hockey Game is delayed until 4:30. Varsity to follow around 6:15. Go Warriors!
After more than a month researching, creating, and collaborating Mrs. Marvin's seniors presented their multi-genre research projects in a public exhibition of student work. Students researched on a variety of topics from Taylor Swift to eating disorders to mythology in Finland...and everything in between. It was an impressive display of hard work and lots of learning!
Congratulations to Kailey Lien & Logan Kvarnlov school winners of the Heisman award! The Heisman Memorial Trophy is annually awarded to the most outstanding college football player in the nation. The Heisman High School Scholarship extends the Heisman prestige to our nation’s most esteemed high school seniors by recognizing and rewarding outstanding scholar-athletes who understand that the most important victories not only happen on the field, but in their schools and communities. These remarkable young leaders set the example and make a game-changing difference every day, paving the way to greatness for everyone around them.
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The Smokey Hill Drum Singers visited Warroad School & the seats were packed!! Thank you to everyone that came out to celebrate Native American Heritage month at Warroad School - The performances by the Smokey Hill Drum Singers was a wonderful & heartfelt display of our beautiful Native American culture here in Warroad.
Girls basketball home opener vs Blackduck tonight!! Go Warriors!
There is no JV girls hockey game tonight. The girls varsity hockey game will start at 6:30pm.
Thursday Nov. 30th CIHS Composition II
Parent/Student meeting for Robotics is Wednesday at 6:00 PM. Students in Grades 9-12, interested in Robotics.
Mark your calendars! 🎶🎨 The Warroad High School Presents: The 2023 Holiday Celebration - Concerts & Arts Exhibit in collaboration with WHS Visual Arts! 🎶🎨
On Monday 8th grade FCS students held a mock career fair to showcase their learning this first trimester. Excellent work - looks like some bright futures in fun careers!
A very big Thank You to Andy Hegstad for the generous donation of tools and equipment to the Metals and Machine Trades lab.
Next week Tuesday, Nov. 28th the "Smokie Hill" drum singers with be visiting Warroad School to perform traditional drum singing presentations for all of our students and staff. We welcome all community members as well to this wonderful performance to help us close out celebrating Native American Heritage month here at Warroad School.
Did you graduate from Warroad High School? Are you currently enrolled in college? Are you majoring in engineering? If you said yes to all of those questions, you could be eligible for a scholarship! The Dorrance H. Johnston Scholarship for Engineering, hosted by the Northwest Minnesota Foundation, is looking for applicants for a $5,000 scholarship award. The scholarship pay-out comes to students as they are entering their final year in college. The application is open now until November 30, 2023. A short essay and one letter of recommendation is required to submit your application. If you have any questions about the Dorrance H. Johnston Scholarship for Engineering, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 218-759-2057. To apply for this award, please click here and log into your existing account.
The 8th Grade FCS Learners will be hosting a Mock Career Fair to share their learning related to the MN Career Wheel and various careers. This will be held in the gym on Monday, 11/20 from 12:30-1:30, and is open to other classes and the public - please join us!
Katie Jo Olafson was a faithful Warrior that passed away in 2000. Her family created the Katie Jo Olafson fund in her memory. Katie Jo liked to cheer for the underdog and look out for those needing a friend. Her parents, Joe and Joan, recently authorized disbursement of funds to help students in classrooms with over $2000 worth of educational supplemental supplies purchased.They recognize that many teachers are spending their own money for "extras". Pictured here are Iver, Libby & Leif Olafson, some of Katie Jo's nieces and nephews. Katie Jo Olafson Fund • Purpose: provides funding for projects, activities, education or supplies that build self-esteem, and a feeling of community from a traditional standpoint which benefits students within Warroad School District #690. To learn more go to nwmf.org.
STEM Activity night for grades 3rd-6th hosted by the FRED Robotics team on November 27th from 3-4:30. Mark your calendars for a night of Science & Engineering fun!