Warren Weekly Update
April 27-May 1
I hope you are well and have been able to get outside and enjoy the sunshine.
Next week is Teacher Appreciation. We are making the teachers a surprise with your emailed photo’s, notes, video’s, etc. Please e-mail Mrs. Hornby by this Friday to ensure your piece gets included in the surprise for teachers.
Superintendent, Dr. Tyler Ream, has communicated that the decision to reopen schools or maintain remote learning is under careful consideration. Attached is Dr. Ream’s April 22nd update to families.
Thank you for your communication, updates, and efforts. We, the Warren staff, are so appreciative of your collaboration.
We miss you!
A huge thank you to Mr. Cierco and Mrs. Madsen for creating this video (with help from all of our staff) for Warren students. We sure miss seeing our students!
Teacher Appreciation Week~ May 4-8
Look for the K-5 remote learning framework from your child's/ children's teacher Monday morning. Each week your child’s/children’s teacher(s) will send you the weekly work by 8:30. The framework was designed to be accessible and manageable for families. Your child/children will be assigned two English arts assignments, two math assignments, specialist assignments (music, PE, library, counseling), and supplementary science/social studies assignments. Weekly assignments will be due to your child’s/children’s teachers by noon on Friday. Therefore, students can work on the weekly assignments whenever it fits into your family’s schedule. Teachers will be reaching out, if they have not heard from a student in a couple of days. We want to stay connected.
Keep us updated on how learning is going. We recognize that we all are navigating different challenges during this unprecedented time. If you are struggling to get work completed, reach out. If you need more work for your child/children, reach out. If your child is feeling sad, reach out. If you are feeling overwhelmed or confused, reach out. We want to know how we can support your family.
Mrs. Wilkins will be reaching out to families on Monday’s ) if students work from the prior week has not been submitted. The goal of the phone call will not be a “gotchya”; the phone call will be an inquiry on how Mrs. Wilkins can help support your child’s/children’s education. We may no longer be in our building, but we have already shown that our community is strong and will work hard to best support the needs of all our students.
Warren Netiquette Expectations
- Class meetings are only allowed when a teacher or staff member is present!
- Be KIND
- Only provide appropriate responses to questions, limit the emojis during class discussions
- Include everyone
- Limit distractions during TEAMS meetings and focus on the teachers questions or class discussion.
School Lunch Grab and Go Bags
Deliveries will take place 3 days per week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
- Monday will include Monday and Tuesday’s breakfast and lunch meals.
- Wednesday will include Wednesday and Thursday’s breakfast and lunch meals.
- Friday will include Friday, Saturday and Sunday’s breakfast and lunch meals.
- Bryant 11:45 - 1:00
- Broadwater 10:00 - 11:15
- Central 1:15 - 2:00
- 4 Georgians 10:00 - 11:15
- Warren 11:45 - 1:00
- Dollar Tree 10:00 - 11:15
- CVS (603 N Montana) 11:45-1:00
- Bob’s Valley Market 10:15-11:30
- Rossiter Elementary 12:00-1:00
- April 20th Smith 1:30-2:00 NEW
- April 20th Kessler 1:30-2:00 NEW
Parents do not need to have their children with them to receive these meals.
These sites are still free to any child 1-18 years of age no matter where they are from or if they are school age.
Accelerated Reader Can Now Be Accessed From Home!
A Note From Mrs. Kuntz ~ Our School Nurse
Struggling with your child staying focused during remote learning?
Resources for Families
Helena Food share will give a “grab and go” box. Bring a photo ID with birthdate and number of family members in the household. You do not have to go inside. They will take your information at your car and hand you a box.
Safeway has a website app where you can order online for delivery through Instacart.
They are working on trying to do curbside pick-up for high-risk/ elderly and those that cannot use an app. Call customer service.
Super 1 has curbside pick-up of groceries using the “Rosie” app. Some high demand items may have substitutes. Fee $4.95 Must have order worth over $30
Catholic Social Services provides diapers and personal hygiene products. Has some clothing available typically infant/ toddler sizes. Please call and set up a time to pick up. Free
Lewis and Clark Public Health has some diapers available if families are struggling to find or pay for them. Free
Pureview will take a credit card over the phone and deliver or mail prescriptions. If the patient only has cash, they can take cash curbside.
Walgreens has a drive up window and will deliver if you sign up through the Walgreens app and set up “express pay” with a credit card. In the app you can also shop for personal items available in their store. Shipping fee is currently being waived.
In store “senior hour” Tuesday 8:00-9:00am
CVS will mail prescriptions and a few other small items like acetaminophen.
Safeway will deliver within a 5 mile radius otherwise can mail.
Montana Unemployment Insurance families can go to