Patriot Post

News from Dr. Dutt

Community Chat

On Friday, December 13 we held our first of a series of Community Chats. Dr. Dutt, Ms. Bilotti, Dr. Toth and Mr. Tirado presented on school goals, initiatives and the positive activities that happen every day at North Warren Regional.

We will be hosting another chat in the evening at the end of January or beginning of February. Look for information and an RSVP communication from Dr. Dutt following the winter break.

We encourage you to come out and talk to us about what makes us great and what can make us better as a North Warren community.

PTO 50/50 Raffle

The NWR PTO is sponsoring a 50/50 Raffle. Winners will be chosen on North Warren Community Day on Friday, March 13, 2020. Winner does not need to be present to win! Ticket price is $20.

Email to get yours.

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Student Activities

Friends of Rachel sponsored a toy collection for the Stuff the Stocking contest through mid-December. The donations supported the Season of Hope Toy Shop run by Project Self Sufficiency. We collected a total 492 toys!

Middle School Student Council partnered with the Interact club to host a food drive competition for families in need. The middle school raised a total of 405 food items that were donated!

National art Honor Society hosted a Craft Fair this past Saturday. 47 vendors were on site and attendance was great! FBLA hosted a Breakfast With Santa as well this past Saturday.

The kickoff event for the FRC team (High School Robotics team - "Children of the Corn") will be Saturday, Januarty 4th. This will be when FIRST announces the official rules of the Star Wars themed 2020 competition globally.

The National Art Honor Society students are showing their artworks at The Gourmet Gallery on Main Street. THere will be an evening art opening follwing the Christmas Holiday break, that is not yet decided. We will keep you updated when we get a formal date and time.

Thanks go out to all who generously donationed and to the clubs that supported the annual Interact Thanksgiving Food Drive! We were able to provide many North Warren families with both Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday meals with turkeys. In addition, each local food pantry received two boxes full of nonperishable items.

HS/MS Ski club is set to begin Wednesday, January 8 for registered students. If you haven't done so already, please join Remind for important updates and notifications during the 5 week season (Text @NRWskiclub to 81010). Transportation fee was due Dec. 10, please submit a check make out to North Warren Regional at your earliest convenience. Contact Mrs. Richardson or Mrs. Abbiate with any questions.

Honors Spanish 4 and AP Spanish Language and Culture students welcomed guest speaker, Senora Sanchez, from El Salvador. Senora Sanchez gave the students a cooking lesson and food tasting of some of El Salvador's most traditional flavors like Papusas and tortillas while explaining regional customs and traditions.

NWR Athletics

Junior Sophia Knerr continued her dominate Cross Country Season placing 7th at the group championship on Saturday November 16th. She also competed for the third year in a row at the NJ Meet of Champions on Saturday November 23. Junior Jack Kellaher ran an amazing time of 16:45 to place 9th at the Group State Championships. He joined Sophia at the Meet of Champions and race against the best in New Jersey!

The North Warren Boy's Basketball team opens the 19-20 season at home on Friday December 20th vs. Hopatcong. Please come out to support our team!

Thank you from the NWR Wrestling Team to all the community members who supported our 1st annual tricky tray! We will start our dual action in a Friday night tilt on 1/3 against Warren Hills! JV at 6, Varsity at 7. Hope to see you there!


A big shout-out goes to Coach Bradley, Mr. Casey, his brother Colin, his friend Cory DeWaal and our very own wrestler, Robert Fletcher for installing a brand new floor to enhance NWR's Wrestling Room. The district and the PTO helped support the purchase of the flooring but it would have cost the district $7000 to pay to install. Without their time and dedication to our students, this may not have been possible. Thank you!

Student Highlight

Jared and alumni Jake Friedman traveled to UNC this past summer to volunteer at Teen Cancer America’s Hoop-A-Thon. Teen Cancer America is a non-profit dedicated to improving the experience of teenagers going through treatment for cancer. Jared and Jake have been youth ambassadors for TCA for the past four years.

Do you have a student achievement to share? Let us know!

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Upcoming Events

12/18 - Holiday Band Concert at 6pm

12/19 - The ASVAB (Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery)

12/20 - Early Dismissal