The MSD of Warren Township will sponsor a Legislative Forum on Saturday, January 10, 2015 at 9:00 a.m. at 975 North Post Road. This forum is open to the public and the Warren Board of Education strongly encourages staff members, parents, students, and community patrons to attend and share your ideas and concerns with our state legislators.
With the holidays just around the corner, it's time to find the perfect gift for your Ranger student! Yearbooks are sold in limited numbers and you can pre-order yours early at ybpay.lifetouch.com (ID # 10818415). All major credit cards accepted!
During the holidays, most of us expect to receive gifts from friends and family. We will spend our hard-earned money…or allowances…buying gifts for others. But many of us, because of financial
difficulties, aren’t expecting any gifts and have no money to shop for others. So during this special time of the year, it is important for those of us who have to share with those who have not. From December 8-12, the Student Council will sponsor the Giving Tree project. This project will help raise funds so we can help needy families in our community. This year there will be four “trees” to “decorate“; two for the middle school (7th and 8th) and two for the intermediate academy (5th and 6th). Students will be able to purchase an ornament to be placed on the tree. The winning school will earn a student-selected prize. Additionally, for the middle school, incentives may be offered for the grade level that donates the most and if a MS total of $1500.00 is raised there will be a reward for both 7th and 8th grade!! The money raised will be used to help Raymond Park families during the holiday season.
Raymond Park Middle School wishes to provide a welcome and safe environment for our students and their families. Parents and visitors entering Raymond Park Middle School during school hours are directed to the main office where they are greeted by a staff member. For those visitors that have the need to gain entrance beyond our interior security doors, our staff member will show them to our LobbyGuard. We take the protection of our children seriously. The LobbyGuards were purchased to ensure the safety of our children. Visitors will need a driver’s license or a state ID when entering the building. When the ID is scanned, a limited background check is completed and the visitor’s nametag is printed out. This procedure takes a few minutes, and we appreciate the patience and understanding of our visitors. The intent is not to prevent our families from coming into the school but to deter those who may be entering our building under false pretenses. You have entrusted your child’s care and safety with us and we take it seriously.
Parents may gain access to the Student Rights & Responsibilities Handbook online through the Warren Township website as well as through the Creston Intermediate Academy website. Paper copies will not be distributed to students this year.
Come out to make new friends and be a part of one of the best winter guard programs in the country! We perform and compete around Indiana during the winter months. If you love to perform and dance for an audience, be a part of a team, and want to learn how to toss a flag, rifle, and sabre...The Warren Central Winter Guard is for YOU!
- Tuesday, Nov. 18 & Wednesday Nov. 19 at 6:00-8:30pm
- Registration begins at 5:30pm in Warren Central H.S. Warrior Dome (next to the football stadium)
- No experience necessary! We will teach you everything you need to know!
- Dress in workout clothes (no jeans)
- There is a $5 tryout fee
- Auditions are open to any Warren Township student in Grades 6 thru 12
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Beginning at 5:30 PM and ending at 7:30 PM, on Thursday, November 13, 2014, the PTSA and RPMS/RPIA staff will sponsor the Raymond Park Rally. This is an annual event and constitutes a building-wide, grades 5-8 school carnival. From 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM food will be available for a nominal charge in the cafeteria. From 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM, teaching teams and extra/co-curricular groups sponsor games. Tickets for games will be sold for $.50 each with all proceeds going to benefit Raymond Park students.
Community Hospital and the Marion County Board of Health are excited to have the opportunity to bring FREE FluMist vaccine to the students of Warren Township. Seasonal FluMist is a gentle mist that is sprayed into the nose to help children reduce their risk for contracting the flu. FluMist will be given to all students who are medically eligible and return a permission form to school by November 3rd.
At this time, exact dates are not available but we can expect the FluMist to be administered during the first part of November. Information will be coming home with your student. It is important that the required forms are returned to school by November 3rd.
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For the health of your child, Marion County Health Department, MSD Warren Township, and Community Health Network will be offering Warren students FREE FluMist vaccines the last week of October through the first two weeks of November. There will be NO CHARGE for the FluMist regardless of insurance coverage or self-pay.
FluMist will be for the students of Warren Township only (no other family members). *Children with chronic health issues such as asthma and diabetes must obtain their flu vaccine from their healthcare provider. **children under the age of 9 years may require a second dose of the vaccine at a later date, and families will be notified if this is the case for their child.
More information and consent forms will be sent home with your student when we return from Fall Intersession!
Thank you to the Health Department and Community Health Network for making this a possibility.
Come skype with author Danette Vigilante at 6:30 p.m. at the Raymond Park Family Literacy Night on October 22nd. Ms. Vigilante grew up in Brooklyn, New York. She has written two novels, "Trouble with Half a Moon" in 2011 and "Saving Baby Doe" in 2013. "Trouble with Half a Moon" was nominated for a Sunshine State Young Reader's Award.
Through skype, Ms. Vigilante will be discussing her journey from weak reader to published author. She talks about self-doubt, rejection, and the importance of persistence. The first 20 students will receive a copy of her book. All students will receive a journal and signed bookmark by the author!