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  • WH in the News - Streaks look for fresh start with new Football Coach

    Posted by Christina Page on 9/24/2020 8:00:00 AM

    The Streaks football team will kick off the season at tonight's scrimmage at Voorhees with new Head Coach, Marcus Gurdineer.  The first home game and Senior Night for football, band, cheer and cross country will be next Friday, October 2, 7pm vs. Plainfield and it will be live streamed on twitter. GO STREAKS!

    STREAKS LOOK FOR FRESH START

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  • WH in the News - Introducing LTLG Nathan Detrick.

    Posted by Christina Page on 9/23/2020 2:00:00 PM

    Introducing LTLG Nathan Detrick, The Navy's newest Aviator


     
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    Alumni Nathan Detrick is an officer in the Navy and has been working very hard over the last few years in Naval Flight School in Pensacola Florida and Corpus Christi Texas and earned his wings on September 11, 2020.

    Nathan will be moving to Jacksonville Florida after graduation where he will begin training on the P8 Poseidon, which is a modified 737 used for submarine hunting.

    Once a Blue Streak, Always a Blue Streak!

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  • WH in the News - Alumni Jeff Breslin named Most Admired CEO in Maryland

    Posted by Christina Page on 9/19/2020 7:00:00 AM

    Warren Hills Alumni, Jeff Breslin, has been named one of Maryland's Most Admired CEO's by the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metropolitan Maryland.  Always a great day to be a Blue Streak!

    2020 Most Admired CEO's article

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  • WH in the News - 2020 CS Teaching Award - Daryl Detrick

    Posted by Christina Page on 7/16/2020

    Congratulations to Daryl Detrick, 2020 CS Teaching Award Winner!  (click link for more information)

    "Daryl Detrick has been a teacher at Warren Hills Regional High School in Washington, New Jersey for 25 years, teaching Computer Science for the past 19. Prior to teaching, he was a Project Engineer for Turner Construction Company. Daryl believes that all students should learn computational thinking, not just those interested in pursuing a career in computing. Computer science education can positively change the lives of students, particularly those in low-income situations, by opening doors of opportunity in all fields.  

    Daryl has been a leader of the Computer Science Education movement in New Jersey since 2012. He is the past president and a founding member of the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) of Central NJ, a former NJ representative to the CSTA Advocacy Leadership Team (CSALT) and a member of NJ Governors Computer Science Advisory Board that developed the NJ State Computer Science Education Action Plan. He received the NCWIT NJ Educator Award, the NJSPN Advocate of the Year, and CSTA National Advocate of Year. Daryl is proud of the Computer Science program that he’s worked so hard to develop. His students use their passion for Computer Science to inspire youth through near-peer mentoring programs such as CodingWithKids, the Digital Lending Library, and GirlsCodingWithGirls, which was recognized by Code.org and CSTA with the 2018 Champions of CS award. Warren Hills Computer Science has strong female participation, with numerous awards through NCWIT and the GirlsGo Cyberstart Competition. 

    Daryl is active in community service including Warren County Habitat for Humanity and local trail maintenance. He is the Chess Club advisor and a mentor with the school’s FIRST Robotics Team. Daryl graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering."

    ALWAYS A GREAT DAY TO BE A BLUE STREAK!

     

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  • WH in the News - National Honor Society Inductees

    Posted by Christina Page on 6/25/2020

    Congratulations to the 2019-2020 National Honor Society inductees - GO STREAKS!

    HIGH SCHOOL NHS INDUCTEES

    MIDDLE SCHOOL NHS INDUCTEES

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