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I hope you will join Dr. Nicole Priestly on Wednesday, April 2nd at 5:00 p.m. to provide input to the search process for Warren's next principal. This is an excellent opportunity to let her know about our school and our community.

As we begin the fourth marking period, this is an excellent time to review your child's progress. Report cards go home on Thursday, April 10th. Identify some skills that could use some practice and build some time into your schedules to support their learning. Maybe it means practicing math facts when you are driving in the car. Perhaps they can read aloud to you while you are making dinner. Spring schedules are very busy, but there is still lots of learning to be done!

Please know that my door is always open, and I look forward to talking with you.

Kate Wolf

 

 

Warren's Mission

Warren Elementary empowers leaders to have the knowledge and strategies to be innovative thinkers, creative problem solvers, effective communicators, and caring citizens.



Our Vision

Warren Elementary is a collaborative learning community where life long learners and responsible leaders are enriched through supportive, caring relationships and authentic, challenging experiences.

 

 

 

 

About Warren Elementary School

Administrators

Mrs. Kate Wolf, Principal
Mrs. Jodi O’Neill , Assistant Principal

Our School Day

8:30 a.m . . . . . . . . . . . . .Breakfast begins serving
8:30 a.m . . . . . . . . . . . . .School Opens
8:45 a.m . . . . . . . . . . . . .Late Bell Rings/Announcements
3:10 p.m . . . . . . . . . . . . .Announcements Begin
3:15 p.m . . . . . . . . . . . . .Bus Dismissal
3:20 p.m . . . . . . . . . . . . .Walker and car riders are dismissed

 

 

Meet the Principal

Kate Wolf

Principal

As an educational leader, I believe we have a responsibility to teach children the critical skills they will need for college or work-force readiness. These skills include problem solving, reasoning, communication, and perseverance. Warren’s teachers will ensure our students wrestle with each of these skills as they reach to attain the rigor of the State Curriculum as it moves into the Common Core Curriculum.

This is my ninth year as an administrator in Baltimore County Public Schools, and I am honored to lead the dynamic staff at Warren Elementary. Before I became an administrator, I was a classroom teacher and a Science and Math Resource Teacher in several schools throughout the County, including Warren Elementary!

Warren Elementary School is committed to providing each child with the opportunity to reach his or her maximum potential through instruction that is differentiated, challenging, and on-going. The diversity, enthusiasm, and caring are apparent as you walk through Warren’s halls. I am excited to work with this talented group of teachers, staff, and families. I look forward to working with parents and community members toward our common goal of improving student achievement. We will work collaboratively so that each child’s individual strengths and abilities are developed, and encourage our students to remain committed to becoming lifelong learners.



Meet the Assistant Principal

Jodi O'Neill


Jodi O'Neill

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.

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.

I am thrilled to be at Warren Elementary!

 

 

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.