Warren Elementary

November Bi-weekly update

Dear Families,

Dear Warren families,

We had 99 percent participation in winter conferences! During this season of gratitude, we, the Warren staff, are thankful for our students, our families, and the partnerships we have built with our families to support student learning during this Covid-19 learning environment.

Warren staff starts each faculty meeting with positive reflection. This time of reflection gives us opportunity to focus on our “why” (our students!). This year has been filled with many challenges, but despite the challenges we have persevered. There have been many joyful moments this school year. What a privilege it is to educate your child/children. On behalf of all Warren staff, we hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving break filled with many moments of joy.

Stay well,

Mrs. Wilkins and Mr. Burton

LWilkins@helenaschools.org BBurton@helenaschools.org

Thankful by The Juicebox Jukebox | 2020 Gratitude Appreciation Kids Songs Music Thanksgiving
Big picture

Thank you for your support~ 25 percent of the Proceeds go to Warren Library

Dear families,

You’re invited to shop our Scholastic Book Fair online from November 23rd- December 6th! All purchases benefit our school and connect kids with new books, favorite characters, complete series, and more.

You’ll love the NEW option to shop for Book Fair exclusives directly from the interactive booklist and enjoy these special online shopping features:

  • Over 6,000 items, including new releases, best sellers, and value packs
  • All orders ship direct to home
  • FREE shipping on book-only orders over $25*
  • All purchases support our school and earn 25% in rewards. We are expanding our nonfiction collections!
  • Books make great holiday gifts!

Visit our Book Fair Homepage and click “Shop Now” to get started:

November Focus: Kindness


Happiest of Birthday wishes to our Warren Students with November Birthdays!

Hayden Lipes - November 4th

Calvin Schriver - November 4th

Austin Mehrens - November 5th

Kadee Kifer - November 5th

Stetson Bourquin - November 5th

Danica Thomas - November 6th

Letty Vaca - November 6th

Levi Lefferts - November 7th

Kieran Ellwein - November 7th

Zoee Guinyard - November 7th

Seneca Laverdue - November 7th

Jax Peabody - November 9th

Ryder Kelman - November 10th

Hannah Steinhorst - November 15th

Liviana Vonada - November 17th

Joseph Nose - November 18th

Lynden Schroeder - November 20th

Jackson Smith - November 20th

Aleigha Hankinson - November 22nd

Camden Butler - November November 22nd

Jessie Stovall - November 22nd

Kolten Bodlovic - November 22nd

Tanner Gurnsey - November 22nd

Camryn O'Brian - November 23rd

Graham Johnson - November 25th

Kaydia Day - November 28th

Tucker Horne - November 29th

Thanksgiving Art Gallery

Scholar Program~ Goal Met

Congratulations to Athena Menth (3rd grade) and Kayden Moore (5th grade) , for reaching their personal progress goals! Athena has been working so hard on her remote days and Kayden has been knocking it out of the park with DLI learning. Keep up the amazing work Athena and Kayden!!
Big picture
Big picture

Congratulations to Ava Ellwein, poster contest winner for St. Peter's Hospital.

Ava was presented with posters to display at Warren School that were made with her design. Great job, Ava! Warren is so proud of you!
Big picture

School Wide Dojo Points- How Does the Warren Dojo Point System Work?

Here at Warren, we are going to begin using Dojo to recognize all the hard work our students are doing. Whenever students are completing their remote day work or caught following our Warren Words to live by, (kind, honest, safe, respectful, and responsible) they can earn a Dojo point on their account! Dojo points are a symbol given to students in recognition of their appropriate behavior choices and their hard work at home. These points will accumulate throughout the month. As we are unable to gather for Mighty Manner assemblies this year, two students who have been showing their hard efforts in school and/or at home will be chosen from each class to be celebrated.

Warren will have a Dojo Wall near the main office like the Mighty Manner Wall. Every month two students from each class will get their picture on the wall and be given a prize. The students will also be celebrated in the bi-weekly newsletter.

This month's focus: Kind

Mrs. Bonney's 4th Grade Class Earned a Reward Move Day for Finishing the Book, "Because of Winn-Dixie"

Important December Dates to Remember:

No School!

Winter Break is the weeks of December 21st - 25th and December 28th - January 1st.

There will be no in-person or remote school for those 2 weeks.

School resumes January 4th.

Breakfast and Lunch Meals

Please remember that meals are provided during the Winter Break!

If you pre-ordered meals for the winter break, please remember to pick them up at the location you requested!

DLMD Winter Break Meals

Big picture

From the Counselor - Mrs. Ozburn

Hello Warren Families! I hope this newsletter finds you feeling well and staying healthy. Speaking of healthy, as we all know, Covid-19 has been on the rise in our community. This has brought up many questions, concerns and fears for many people. I came across this great resource that I wanted to share with all of you. Embedded within the website, are several links to great podcasts, news clips, Q & A cards for kids, etc. As we all continue to navigate these uncharted waters, please know that you can always reach out to me via phone (406-324-1624) or email (cozburn@helenaschools.org). Stay safe and stay healthy! -Mrs. Ozburn-