Updates & Announcements
End of Year Activity Update
We are currently organizing the following end of year events to adhere to guidlelines and restrictions but please save the date for the following events. Details for each will follow in the coming weeks. All events will be streamed for parents and community members!
May 18: Senior Awards (Onsite, outdoors)
May 28: Graduation (Onsite, outdoors)
June 1: Underclassmen Awards (Onsite, indoors, students only)
June 3: Middle School Awards (Onsite, indoors, students only)
June 15: Sports Awards (Onsite, outdoors)
We are also working with the Senior Class Advisor and Officers to determine a Senior Only event as well as the Middle School Advisors to plan an 8th grade event. Dates have not yet been set for these two events.
We are so proud of our staff and students for thie worthy recognition.
Please congratulate our amazing students!
Adam Dacosta, Grade 8, was chosen to represent NWR Middle School at the Warren County School Boards Association 8th Grade Dialogue.
Each year, the State Board recognizes one noteworthy student or student group from each of 10 counties, including Warren County. NWR staff submitted nominations for two student groups. Here is brief summary of our two nominations.
1. Six North Warren Regional High School psychology students did not stay silent, they were living through the effects of a pandemic on their mental health as well as on their peers and to sit idly by without trying to explain their experiences would be a travesty, they had to try to help staff members understand why they stay silent behind the black Zoom box.Those six students had the courage and initiative to develop a student panel and present to the North Warren staff during a teacher professional development day held in March 2021.
2. With the guidance of mentors, the Robotics Team utilized 3D printers to produce face shields and ear savers to distribute to people in need. Members used the printers to print the components needed to create face shields and then assemble them safely at home. The supplies were then brought to the school for distribution.In all, the team worked through the rest of the school year and through the summer creating 3000 face shields, and 5000 ear savers. While the bulk of the PPE was distributed locally to Hackettstown and Newton Hospitals and local members of the community, the team had a far reaching impact, helping areas in Virginia, North Carolina, Georgia, and even across the country to California.