• Warren Hills Middle School salutes veterans

    Posted by Emily Cummins, The Warren Reporter for nj.com on 11/11/2014

    WASHINGTON BORO—Students on Tuesday at Warren Hills Middle School greeted veterans and active servicemen for a Salute to Veterans event honoring 30 local veterans from all branches of the military including Army, Marines, Navy, Air Force and Army National Guard and representing conflicts spanning from World War II to Iraq.

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  • Warren Hills Regional Middle School Spanish classes in Washington celebrated 'Dia de los Muertos'

    Posted by The Warren Reporter on 11/4/2014

    Seventh-grade students at Warren Hills Regional Middle School in Washington, recently observed the Mexican holiday of Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead. Traditionally celebrated in Mexico from Oct. 31 through Nov. 2, the holiday serves as an opportunity for people to remember and honor their deceased family members.

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  • Warren Hills Regional Middle School in Washington invites veterans to 'salute' program

    Posted by The Warren Reporter on 10/28/2014

    Warren Hills Regional Middle School in Washington Township is hosting a special Veteran’s Day program on Nov. 11.

    Veterans in the Warren Hills community are invited to attend the “Salute to Veterans,” a “a school-wide educational enrichment program that will honor our men and women who have served in the military.”

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  • Warren Hills Regional Middle School summer recreation programs provided safe, summer fun for students

    Posted by The Warren Reporter on 8/26/2014

    The Warren Hills Regional Middle School’s summer recreation programs concluded last week, after another successful out-of-school season. This summer, the middle school played host to two separate programs: the WHR School-Based Youth Services Program (SBYSP) and the Warren Hills Regional Middle School Summer Recreation program, which is funded by the Warren Hills sending districts. More than 250 students were served by the two programs, which provided sun, sports, special trips and other summer fun for the attendees.

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  • Warren Hills Regional Middle School inducts National Junior Honor Society members

    Posted by The Warren Reporter on 5/14/2014

    Fourteen Warren Hills Regional Middle School students became the first members of the WHR chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) at an induction ceremony earlier this month. The evening candle-lighting ceremony was attended by new members, friends, family, faculty and high school National Honor Society officers, who spoke on the importance of the five standards of the National Junior Honor Society.

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  • Family STEM Night at WHRMS on May 8

    Posted by The Warren Reporter on 5/6/2014

    Warren Hills Regional School District will host its third annual Family STEM Night on Thursday, May 8, at the middle school from 7-8:30 p.m.

    All fifth through eighth grade students and their families are invited to attend the event, which will feature a number of science, technology, engineering and math activities and presentations.

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  • Warren Hills Regional School students in Washington host successful International Fest

    Posted by The Warren Reporter on 3/31/2014

    Warren Hills Regional Middle School students in Washington Township recently explored and experienced cultures from around the world through food, music and dance at the International Festival on March 14. The after-school festival, attended by about 170 students, was organized and run by the International Club, their advisor L. Jeannie Zamora and Mrs. Noll, a special services aide. The event was the first of it’s kind for the club, which was founded during the 2012-13 school year, and was one of the most successful and well-attended school-wide events this year. “There was a little bit of something for everyone. We offered a safe and non-confrontational time for students to hang out with their friends and make new ones,” said Zamora.

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  • Girls Coding: Harvard-bound Warren Hills senior shares skills

    Posted by Emily Cummins, The Warren Reporter for nj.com on 3/27/2014

    WASHINGTON TWP. — Ten girls, grades 6-8, sit at computers in the Warren Hills High School library with their eyes glued to an elephant dancing in outer space, but they're not simply enjoying a silly video; they're learning detailed computer code to design animation.

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  • WHR Horizons program places first in countywide debate

    Posted by The Warren Reporter on 1/14/2014

    The 2013-14 school year has been a busy one-especially for the WHR gifted-and-talented Horizons program, which has been actively competing and placing in a number of regional competitions.

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  • Cracking the Code: Games teach logical thinking at Warren Hills schools

    Posted by Emily Cummins, The Warren Reporter for nj.com on 12/14/2013

    WASHINGTON TWP. — Dragging and dropping commands for turning left and right, students navigate their Angry Bird through a maze to reach the evil pig, but with each wrong move they learn the basic concept of computer coding: taking a problem, and breaking it down into each small step.

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