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Oriole Bird Visited Warren
Fall Table Tennis Tournament
Trunk or Treat
Celebrating Literature at Trunk or Treat
Mr. Barnett and Mr. Dyke
5th Graders Taking the Marshmallow Challenge
November is a busy month at Warren! Schools are closed for PreK Students on Thursday, November 13th and for all students on Friday, November 14th for Elementary Conference Day. This year report cards will be distributed on Thursday, November 13th prior to conference day. Please plan to meet with your child’s teacher during this month to have a good understanding of his or her progress toward grade level expectations. If you have not already done so please sign up in the new BCPS One system. BCPS is pleased to share this additional resource to assist you in supporting your children’s academic success. This online resource will allow you to check your children’s grades and assignments, access educational resources, and link to school websites. If you need an additional instruction sheet please contact your child’s homeroom teacher.
Warren Elementary is a collaborative learning community where life long learners and responsible leaders are enriched through supportive, caring relationships and authentic, challenging experiences.
Mr. Jason Barnett, Principal
Mrs. Jodi O’Neill , Assistant Principal
Our School Day
Meet the Principal
As an educational leader it is my belief that we have the responsibility to provide engaging learning opportunities for students through collaboration and work that is focused on 21st century skills. These opportunities should prepare them to be globally competitive and college or work force ready. This is achieved by providing a rigorous comprehensive education program in order to meet the diverse needs of our student population. Students need to engage in purposeful knowledge work using technology as a tool to enhance their learning. As leaders students must respect the worth and dignity of every individual while feeling that their work is important.
I am starting my tenth year as an educational leader with Baltimore County Public Schools. It is truly an honor to have the opportunity to lead such a wonderful group of faculty and staff. A staff that is dedicated to designing engaging, learner-centered lessons for all students while maintaining an environment where all students feel respected and safe.
Warren Elementary is a collaborative learning community where life-long learners and responsible leaders are enriched through supportive, caring relationships and authentic challenging experiences. Parents and community members are critical partners in our journey of educating the leaders tomorrow. We must commit to being responsible for supporting children in successfully accomplishing their dreams and aspirations. Always consider what is best for children based upon their uniqueness, personality, and learning style. I look forward to working with students, staff, parents and community members as we work toward the common goal of increasing student achievement.
Meet the Assistant Principal
At Warren, we are committed to providing a quality education that develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes that will enable all students to reach their maximum potential. Students are capable of achieving great things and the group of dedicated and skilled professionals at Warren will ensure students are receiving differentiated and rigorous instruction.
We are beginning our second year of focusing on student leaders at Warren. Using Stephen Covey's Seven Habit of Highly Effective People, Warren has been constructing leadership habits in our young scholars.
Communication is vital for student and school success. We encourage parents and guardians to contact teachers, administrators, or school counselor if they have any questions, comments or concerns. Working as partners, we can provide the very best learning environment for our children.
Warren’s Code of Conduct
Warren's values program plays an extremely important role in the school's efforts to help students develop into responsible adults. Students are encouraged to demonstrate academic achievement, maintain a record of excellent attendance/punctuality, and/or display a positive work ethic. Warren is continuing to implement and enforce a school-wide Code of Conduct that identifies the following standards for student behavior:
I am here to learn so:
I will be respectful.
I will be responsible.
I will be safe.
I will be prepared.
BCPS One System
First in Math
Kiss and Go Information
Warren's School Progress