Patriot Post

News from Dr. Jeanene Dutt

Student Highlights

Two NWR students have qualified for entry into the National Merit Scholarship based on their achievement on the PSAT/NMSQT. The students will learn of their standing in September. They have the opportunity to be named Commended Students or move on as Semifinalists. Please congratulate Honorata Lubecka and Sean Pergola!


Sean Pergola has also been accepted to the New Jersey Governor's School in the Sciences program!! This is quite an honor for Sean.


NWR sophomore Alexis "Lexie" Ashton, scored her 100th goal of her career! This marks her as the first player in school history to achieve this milestone in lacrosse. She is averaging over 5 goals a game this season and has many games and years ahead of her here. Congratulations to Lexie, team and coaches.


Marching Band competed in the "Disney National Music Festival” in Orlando Florida. The Band received a Superior rating and was awarded 1st Place in their division.


Please join us in congratulating the following students for their success competing in the recent State FFA Career Development Events: The Agricultural Mechanics team consisting of George Curreri, Charlie Kitchen, Bryan Sams, and Trevor Skow placed 2nd in the State!!! They were just points behind the school taking first and ranked above other schools with corporate sponsored mechanic and welding shops offering multiple year cerification programs. Many of these students are seniors and have plans to continue their professional training at nearby technical institutions. They will be recognized on stage at the State FFA convention and receive scholarships from the University of Northwestern Ohio. Individually, George Curreri placed 4th in the State and Trevor Skow placed 6th in the State among the top ten agriculture mechanics students.


The Floriculture team consisting of Kelly Nelson, Elizabeth Strouse, Gerri Ratajczak and Anna Rogers placed 8th in the State ranking among the top 10 competing schools. These students have studied Floriculture this year, participating in the State FFA Flower Show, helping with bouquet construction for the Spring Musical and now holistically applying what they have learned about the science, business and technology of floristry and floriculture crop production. Gerri placed 11th in the State individually.


The Veterinary Science team consisting of Meghan Scrivani, Abby Hahn, Mollie Rejano and Cassidy Correia placed 10th in the State ranking among the top 10 competing schools. Many of these students are currently studying animal science and plan to continue their education in this field in our program offerings and through post secondary training. It is with great honor that I invite you to share in the career development and success of these students!

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Middle School Activities

  • The next dance is May 3 from 6-8pm. The theme is a luau in the high school courtyard (weather permitting)
  • On April 18, we held a fundraiser for Autism Speaks. Students could buy strips of tape to tape Mr.Stoll to the wall during lunch.
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Voices of the Veterans

North Warren Regional School will be hosting the Voices of the Veterans program on May 23, 2019. Over sixty Veterans representing all military branches and eras will be in attendance to be recognized for their service. The program includes a continental breakfast, auditorium assembly and introduction of the veterans, keynote speakers, and performances by the NWR students, symphonic band, and chorus. Veterans, students, and faculty will enjoy a picnic lunch on the lawn. After lunch, veterans will visit classrooms to share their military experiences with students.


Contact Ms. Maureen Konecnik at North Warren Regional for more information: 908-362-8211 x1501 or mkonecnik@northwarren.org.

Bring Your Child To Work Day

2019 Bring Your Child To Work Day was extremely successful with a total of thirty-one participants. Some activities included dodgeball, kickball, Chinese lanterns, storytime, and create your own slime! Peer leaders and selected North Warren students assisted on making the day as successful as it was by guiding the children throughout the day. Thank you North Warren Staff and Administration for all of your support. It was so wonderful to see everyone get together to make this day happen. We can't wait for another sucessful year in 2020!

Classroom Corner

Students in Ms. Serzan's high school English class made Two-Page Spreads based on the poems they read in class. Students had to select one line from each poem that spoke to them and them create a visual representation of how those lines made them feel. The students did an excellent job on a very difficult subject.

Alumni News

Jenna Bickhardt NWR '17, who attends Parsons School in Paris had the opportunity to compete with a team on a "Think Tank". Mission: Submit a proposal to a Dolce & Gabbano Building in Paris. There were were several students from her school who took part in the competition. Jenna's team won and their proposal was chosen by the famous designers, Stefano Gabbano and Domenico Dolce. She felt it was a fantastic opportunity to have a real industry experience.
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Upcoming Events and Important Dates

See distict calendar for exact times

  • 4/29 - Board of Education Meeting
  • 4/30 - Social Studies National Honor Society Induction
  • 5/1 - Hunterdon-Warren Scholar Athlete Banquet
  • 5/2 - 6th Grade Parent and Student Orientation
  • 5/3 - Middle School Dance
  • 5/8 - Chorus & Strings Concert
  • 5/10 - Early Dismissal for students/PLC for staff/Prom
  • 5/15 - Band Concert
  • 5/23 - Veterans Program
  • 5/31-6/1 - Middle School Play