Just a friendly reminder that if you ordered an Elementary School yearbook, they're ready to be picked up in the High School Office.
This afternoon Governor Walz announced that we will complete the 2019-2020 school year via Distance Learning. The services that Warroad Schools have been providing this past month will continue for the balance of the school year. More information will be shared in upcoming weeks.
This afternoon Governor Walz announced that Minnesota will complete the 2019-2020 school year via Distance Learning. The services we have been providing this past month will continue for the balance of the school year. More information will be shared in the coming weeks.
This afternoon Governor Walz announced that we will continue Distance Learning for the remainder of the school year. More information will follow in the days and weeks ahead. Students will complete the 2019-2020 school year with Distance Learning.
Reminder: Childcare is available for ages 4-12 from 6 AM to 6 PM Monday through Friday for Tier I & II workers. Contact the school with questions at 386-6094.
Reminder to parents and guardians: There is a how-to document on the school website under Parent Hub which includes tips for navigating Schoology and monitoring student progress. This tips sheet can be found at: https://bit.ly/schoologyparenttips
Warroad Schools will continue to provide services via distance learning through May 4, 2020 in accordance with the directive of Governor Walz. Childcare, meals, and academic content will continue to be delivered according to current methods. Call the office with questions.
Feelings are important! The Way I Feel, written and illustrated by Janan Cain, showcases many emotions and reminds learners no matter the feeling "...they're all a part of me!" https://youtu.be/UIBgyjHi1nA
Distance Learning is an adventure! You! by Sandra Magsamen reminds all learners to ask questions, be positive, dream big, and always to follow their heart. https://youtu.be/r-tKH4I2lGI
Distance Learning is an OPPORTUNITY! Warroad Public Schools are making history with Distance Learning! What Do You Do With A Problem? by Kobi Yamada reminds learners to create opportunities from problems and always look for the good! https://youtu.be/zWNd_LqI69w
Reminder: Meals are provided for All students 4-18. Grab and Go can be picked up at the HS Commons from 11 to 12:30 daily. We also have drop off locations being bused to daily. If you are not able to get to a location, please contact the school so arrangements can be made.
The Warroad Public Library offers 24/7 wi-fi access to the public! Access is available outside the building when the library building is closed on March 18th at 5pm. Ebook services will continue to be open for checkout with a Northwest Regional Library card.
Warroad Elementary families are reminded to return the Elementary Distance Learning/Take Home Chromebook Agreement on Tuesday, March 17th.
Warroad Elementary class pictures that are scheduled for the Early Learners' Center classes on Tuesday, March 17th, will be taken as scheduled. ELC and K-6 class pictures scheduled for Wednesday, March 18th, will be rescheduled for a later date.
Beginning Wednesday, Warroad KidKare will be available only to the families of health care workers and emergency responders with children ages 4-12. Please contact the Community Education office if you plan to utilize this service.
Good morning. The Governor has declared a statewide closure of schools beginning Wednesday, March 18 through March 27. Warroad Schools will be open Monday and Tuesday as we prepare for this time of closure. Stay tuned to the website and Schoology for additional information.
i-Invent Invention Convention Update The Plan to Invent deadline has been extended to Friday, February 28, 2019.The Invention Convention is for K-6 students. Only one person for each invention please. If you and your child would like help in brainstorming invention ideas, and filling out the form, please mark Thursday, February 20, 2020 on your calendar. From 4:00-6:00 p.m. robotics students, will be available to help with the process.You can come at any time within that 2-hour window. Location: Warroad High School Room: 149-Jeremy Culleton Plan to Invent forms should be turned into classroom/homeroom teachers by February 28th. The forms may be picked up from the Warroad Elementary Office, printed off of Schoology, or the Warroad Schools' Website. Once the Plan to Invent forms are turned in, students will need to pick up the Display Directions from the elementary office, or print them off of Schoology, or the Warroad Schools' Website. Displays and models may be brought to the Elementary Media Center, beginning Monday, March 16, 2020. The Invention Convention will take place on Wednesday, March 18, 2020. Judging will take place that morning. The displays, with the judging results, will be available for public viewing from 2:00 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Judging will be by grade level. There will be one Grand Champion for each grade level. Be sure to view the new folder titled: Previous Invention Ideas and the new document titled: Ideas for Young Inventors Happy Inventing!
Songs of the Season were performed by students in Grades K-3 this December. To view recorded performances, visit the Warroad Schools' YouTube channel: https://www.warroad.k12.mn.us/o/Warroad%20ISD/page/social-media--29
Another reminder for all members of the Warroad Community who have an interest in helping to advise the district in curriculum selection. All are welcome to join us for an no-commitment overview meeting tomorrow (12/10) at 6:30 p.m. in the district conference room.
A second district curriculum committee overview meeting will be held on December 10th at 6:30pm in the district conference room. The district would like to invite all who are intersted in being apart of the learning resource selection process to come find out more!