**Important Information about Picture Day next week. ** If your student attends In Person Learning, Picture Day will be held Thursday January 21 and their teacher will take them during class. If your student is enrolled in Distant Learning, picture day will be Friday January 22nd from 8:00AM to 2:00PM. Please bring your student to the High School Gym to have their pictures taken. Remember to practice social distancing. Please see the attached flyer with the school code and package pricing if you would like to pay ahead of time on line. If you have any questions please call the District Office at 760-782-3517
Warner Parents, Reminder that we are delivering lunches today at noon.
Our current 6th grade ELA unit is on technology. Today we learned about robots that perform jobs. We were introduced to Sophia, an AI (artificial intelligence) robot who became a citizen of Saudi Arabia. We also played Quick Draw, a game that learns as you draw and can guess what it is that you are drawing.
More amazing news for our seniors! Jade Larsen received news that she was accepted into Cal State San Marcos! Jade will be majoring in Psychology and is looking into careers in the Mental Health field. We are so proud of you and know that you will be an amazing addition to CSUSM and succeed in the Mental Health field. Way to go Jade! Go Cougars!
Dear Warner Parents, We know times are tough with COVID-19 and that this is not the best learning environment for students. The students are missing out on field trips, sports, socializing and all the fun parts of growing up. The isolation is increasing mental health issues like depression and anxiety. It hasn't been easy on staff either. Fear of coming to school when there is a surge in the pandemic. Switching instruction from in-person to online and learning zoom and google classroom. There are some many more requirements on teachers from the state to ensure they are reaching out and doing their part for both in-person and online students, and much more paperwork to verify this. Teachers have adjusted to the new way of things and are being pretty lenient and accommodating when it comes to the students. Even with accommodation, we are still having vast number of students missing class and not turning in work. We will have vast numbers of students that will fail their classes if things don't change. Parents I am pleading with you, please make sure your son or daughter is attending online class and turning in work. If you have questions or concerns please reach out to their teachers. The school is accommodating but there still an expectation that students attend and do the work. I know no parent wants to see their child fail. No teacher wants to see that either, lets all work together through this strange time and have our children succeed. Have a good day, Dave MacLeod
Warner Parents, reminder that lunch delivery is today at noon.
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that school starts tomorrow. We will also be doing lunch delivery for this week tomorrow and for next week on the regular scheduled Friday. Also, there is an expected uptick in COVID cases due to the holidays and it usually has a 2 week lag. Please monitor your family members and do not send any students to school that have flu like symptoms. Students at school with symptoms will be sent home. Please do your symptom screening each morning and keep our community safe. If you have any questions please about start of school, lunches or Covid-19, please call the district office at 760-782-3517.
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that Monday January 4th is a teacher work day. School will resume on Tuesday. Have a good day.
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that Monday January 4th is a teacher work day. School will resume on Tuesday. Have a good day.
Reminder Warner parents that lunch pickup is at noon today at the school cafeteria.
Good morning Warner Parents. Due to the road conditions because of the snow we will postpone lunch delivery until tomorrow. See you tomorrow at noon if you are on the lunch list for pickup.
This week we had Dimond the elf deliver presents and ended the week playing among us on the playground. See you all in the new year! Love TK2Rocks!
Dear Warner Parents, Friday is our last lunch delivery for 2020. If you are unable to meet us at the regular meeting locations, please let the district know. On Monday December 28th we will do a large special holiday lunch pickup, if you are interested in coming to the school on Dec 28th at noon to get this lunch package you need to call the district office and get your name on the list by the end of work today. 760-782-3517
Dear Warner Parents, Here are two important items that you need to be aware of: First, Warner Unified will be delivering lunches on Friday 18th at noon. There will be a special lunch pickup on Monday 28th to cover the holidays. You will have to come to the school to pickup as there will not be a delivery that day. If you want to receive this special holiday lunch pickup you need to call the district office to sign up. Second item, a few weeks ago, we mailed out Impact Aid Surveys to all the Warner households. The due date for these forms has changed from November 20th to December 18th, the last day before winter break! If you could return the filled out surveys to the district office by the due date, we'd greatly appreciate your support! If you have any questions, you can contact Gabbie Osuna for assistance. Thank you.
Dear Warner Parents, Lunch Delivery today at noon. If you can't make it for pickup, please call the office so we don't waste a lunch. 760-782-3517
Dear Warner Parents and staff,, Power is back on and we will have school today. Excited to be back.
Dear Warner Parents and Staff, With half the district still with no power and a majority of the students doing online we will unfortunately have to close school for tomorrow. The wind is expected to die down tomorrow and the red flag warning should be over tomorrow evening.
Dear Warner Parents and staff, Unfortunately due to high winds and power outage there will be no school tomorrow. How to see everyone in class on Wednesday.
Reminder that lunch delivery will be occurring today at noon for last week.
Dear Warner Parents & Staff, On Fridays, students normally do not attend school other than a quick online meeting and tutorials with their teachers. Due to the wide spread power outages we will be cancelling online lessons and tutorials tomorrow. We will also be cancelling the normal lunch deliveries as many families have stated they do not have working fridges or freezers to receive the meals. We will instead delivery Monday and Friday of next week. Sorry for the inconvenience. Remember to check out the Warner Resource Center during outages for items to help during these trying times.
Warner Parents and staff, Due to the high wind Advisory and the power outages we will be canceling school for today. There will be no online lessons as well. Sorry for the early morning call.
Important Protocol Information : Do not send your child to school if they have any of the following: fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, loss of smell or taste, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea. A student is to stay home for 14 days or get a COVID test. If the test is negative the student may return after 72 hours after symptoms resolved. If you have any questions please call the district office at 760-782-3517.
Dear Warner Parents, Warner Unified has partnered with different organizations to help bring better internet to the backcountry. Our hotspots have helped most families get adequate internet but there are still areas that are not receiving internet. If you or someone you know isn't receiving adequate internet please fill out the following survey: https://oshunsorchard.com/san-diego-backcountry-starlink-survey/ https://oshunsorchard.com/san-diego-backcountry-starlink-survey-spanish/ This survey is created by the owners of the Ranchita store who have been working with Starlink (Elon Musk's company) to make sure we have the demand to get Starlink in our area.
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that as we move into flu season and COVID cases are on the rise. We all need to do our part to keep our school safe. Please symptom screening each morning before sending your kids to school. Do not send your child to school if they have any of the following: fever, cough, shortness of breath, fatigue, muscle aches, headache, sore throat, loss of smell or taste, congestion or runny nose, nausea or vomiting, or diarrhea. A student is to stay home for 14 days or get a COVID test. If the test is negative the student may return after 72 hours after symptoms resolved. If you have any questions please call the district office at 760-782-3517.
Reminder Warner parents and staff that in-person classes will be back on Monday. We will also be delivering lunches on Monday and Friday this week. Regular time and regular place. If you can not make it to pick up the lunches, please call so the lunch doesn't go to waste.
Dear Warner Parents, Here is a quick important message. Reminder that tomorrow is lunch delivery day. We will not be delivering the following week because of the holidays. The delivery will be on the following Monday November 30th. There will be 2 deliveries that week. I also am happy to report since we quarantined we have had no extra Covid cases. Shutting down the school was an extra step just incase the quarantine didn't work. There has been no spread of Covid between our initial 2 cases and the staff and students who came in contact. Our safeguards were a successful. We will be returning to school November 30th for in-person classes. We still ask parents to symptom screen every morning and not to send students to school who have symptoms. Thank you everyone and have a good night. Dave MacLeod Superintendent
Mrs. Zurcher-Upson and Mrs.Sutton (School Counselor) teamed up today and presented to the freshman Bio class their SAE project assignment. This year students are completing a Career Exploration component. One of the sections asks students "What agriculture and academic classes should you take to be prepared for the next steps after high school". This was a perfect opportunity to learn about the A-G requirements and also Dual enrollment through Palomar College. A fun game of Kahoot was a great way to end the lesson.
Palomar Spring schedule is up! If you are interested in taking a Palomar class contact Mrs.Sutton ASAP! Kelcy.email@example.com
Dear Warner Parents & Staff, We had our 2nd positive Covid test today. As this person is in the same household as the first positive case, it was expected. We have quarantined everyone that has come in contact with either of the two positive cases. We have completed all of our contact tracing procedures and reached out to all staff and students who needed to be quarantined. We have already received many results from the quarantined group, so far all negative for Covid-19. I have had daily contact with public health experts at the county and have gone above and beyond their expectations in our response to this event. We feel pretty confident that we have contained this event. We are going to go one step further and switch the district to online for next week. By doing online learning next week and having Thanksgiving the following week we are basically quarantining the whole district. I am sorry for the inconvenience, but we need to make sure this does not go any further. We need parents and students to also do their part and minimize their contact to only essential errands. Continue to social distance, wash your hands and wear a mask. Teachers will be reaching out to students and parents before Monday with the schedule for next week. If you have any questions or concerns, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay Safe Dave MacLeod Superintendent
Warner lunch delivery in 2 hours.
Warner After School Program would like to thank Ral Christman and Warner Wildcat High School students Ryan Christman and Lester Fredericks for speaking to our students about the history of the indigenous people from California, Arizona and Mexico. They sang Bird songs, peon songs and talked about language and traditional ways of the Kumeyaay, Iipay and Tipai people. The students enjoyed it and we appreciate you taking the time to meet with us!
Warner Parents, reminder in honor of Veterans day there is no school tomorrow.
Seniors!!! Mrs.Sutton emailed all of you the link for the Local Scholarship Packets. There is also printed copies in the High School Office. They are due to Mrs.Sutton no later than December 18th. Contact Mrs. Sutton with any questions. Kelcy.email@example.com Don't forget to submit your FAFSA and Palomar Promise!
Warner students are to check their emails in the morning before 8 am for instructions from their teachers on how the online classes will operate during a snow day. Parents with younger students will receive information from the lower grade elementary teachers through your normal means of contact be it Google classroom or class dojo. Sorry for this inconvenience.
Warner Parents due to freezing temperatures and snow forecast for later tonight, tomorrow will be a distance learning day for all students. It's a snow day. Teachers and aids may work from school or home. Normal start time on Tuesday.
Warner Parents and Students, reminder that in-person classes start up for middle school and high school tomorrow. Everyone should get a good night sleep. Eat a hardy breakfast in the morning. Bus routes have changed a little so please check your times and be early to catch the bus. Here is a link to our bus schedule. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-TN30MsM6awVLiOK_50WPzFTLjg5l9Y7VY6bF9FsuDg/edit?usp=sharing Online students understand you are following the same schedule as the in-person students just from home. We are excited to see everyone tomorrow.
Warner Parents, For those who choose the in-person learning model, middle school and high school reopen on Monday. Reminder that Wednesday, November 11th is Veteran's Day and is a holiday. Also a reminder that we are delivering lunches today at noon.
It was a pleasant surprise to find one of my art student’s, second grader Stephanie E.’s, mindfulness artwork in my school mailbox. Elementary art students are supplied monthly art lessons to accompany our guidance counselor Mrs. Sutton’s elementary social and emotional learning lessons. Each month has a different theme; so far the students have received lessons covering mindfulness, empathy, career exploration, and gratitude. Great work Stephanie!
This is the last of the 1st Trimester 2020 Art 2 Galleries. Art 2 was a self-directed course where students researched 8 different cultural arts, art time periods or art movements of their choosing; wrote a summary of each chosen subject; created an original artwork in the style of their subject and composed an artist’s statement explaining their creative process. The first photo highlights 11th grader Chelsea W. I have included her artist’s statement below her artwork. Chelsea is an excellent artist and found some not well known but very cool art movements to research and create artwork from. I learned a lot from her! The other photos include the last two class projects. This was an excellent group of young artists. Thank you for being my students!
No pics BUT I wanted to give Karla Willis our PTCC president who managed the first Warner Trunk&Treat a shout out! She did amazing! We will have other events so if you want to help with donating things for an event or just want to give your time let us know.
Warner Reminder, We are delivering lunches today at noon and we have the Trunk of Treat today at 4 pm to 6 pm.
Warner Parents, Reminder that Friday at noon we will be doing our lunch delivery. If you can't make it please call the district office at 760-782-3517 so we don't waste food. If you want to sign up for this service, please call us.
TK2Rocks! Working on numbers with spiders and pumpkin erasers! We also did our sight word dance! We colored and cut out pumpkins too! Happy Halloween Everyone! Hope to see you at trunk-or-treat tomorrow from 4-6. It is a drive through event!
High School Advisory class wrapped up Career Exploration Month today! Cristina Marquez from Electrical Training Institute (ETI) presented the amazing career opportunities they offer! Entry level PAID apprenticeships with benefits and pensions. We hope our Wildcats take advantage of this career opportunity! Cristina Marquez: firstname.lastname@example.org
Finishing up our last week for Career Exploration Month! Today we had Liliana Delgado from Job Corps share the wonderful opportunities Job Corps offers! Every Wednesday their is a Virtual Orientation where you can find more information that is program offers. The flyer is also in this post. Contact: Liliana Delgado Delgado.Liliana@jobcorps.org
No cost Dental services are available to Warner students. Call 619.540.0875 or email email@example.com about services. This service will be at the school November 12th and 13th.
I got to go into the lower elementary classes this morning and teach the importance of washing hands. They get it put a glow substance on their hands that they can only see with UV light. We discuss the importance of hand washing and how to do it properly. The students then all wash their hands and come back and we check with the UV light to see how clean they got their hands. Tomorrow I will down upper elementary .
Continuing with Career Exploration Month, High school had guest speaker Alain Joachin from ABC Trade School located in Poway. This is a perfect post secondary step for our Construction and Ag Mechanic CTE Pathways. The students learned of the different trades that are offered , application process, and also more information on what an Apprenticeship is. What an amazing opportunity to attend school, while being paid, with benefits and no student loans. We hope our students see the amazing value and opportunities this offers!
Job posting is closing tomorrow. If you are looking for a job working with students that comes with benefits, look no further: https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1332356
Hello, The Senior class wanted me to share this: I thought you might be interested in supporting this GoFundMe, https://www.gofundme.com/f/warner-high-school-class-of-2021?utm_source=customer&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=p_cp+share-sheet Even a small donation could help Hannah Dimitrov (senior advisor teacher) reach their fundraising goal. And if you can't make a donation, it would be great if you could share the fundraiser to help spread the word. Thanks for taking a look!
Though travel is still up in the air, the Class of 2021 is hoping that they will get to do something special together at graduation. We are looking forward to a happy ending to a strange year. The future of the c/o 2021 is bright! Donate to the class here: https://gf.me/u/y4srd9
Dear Warner Parent, Warner Unified has been busy working on a reopening plan that prioritizes learning and safety for students and staff. The plan will be presented to the school board on Tuesday. The public is free to attend the meeting virtually.. The board will be meeting virtually. After the school board has approved which plan we will go with, we will start preparing for reopening. Warner Elementary will be starting in person October 26th, and the middle school and high school will start at the beginning of the new trimester on November 9th. Parents will have the option to have their children attend in person or online. If you have any questions, please email the superintendent at firstname.lastname@example.org. Have a good weekend, Sincerely, David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that we are doing lunch deliveries today at noon. Santa Ysabel pickup will be at the lot below the food bank due to construction at the tribal hall.
Our guest speaker today for Career Exploration Month was Eric Bowcock, CFP Senior Advisor Consultant at Invesco US. He covered several topics including: Savings accounts, credit, investment rates and bonds. Eric thank you for taking the time to speak to our students and sharing such valuable information.We greatly appreciate it!
Have you heard about Warner Unified’s After School Program? It’s a great way to catch up with your friends from other classes while doing arts, craft, STEM projects & cooking classes. Right now Ms. Julie is getting supplies ready for Pumpkin Spice lattes for next Wednesday’s cooking class!! Don’t worry parents it’s not caffeinated. Let the fall festivities begin!! ☕️🍁🍂
Warner Unified is looking for Instructional Aides. If you are interested in working with students and want a full time job with benefits please go to https://www.edjoin.org/Home/DistrictJobPosting/1332356
Good morning Warner families. Our delivery of 20lb boxes of free chicken paddies and chicken chili came earlier that expected. Come down to the Warner Unified parking lot and get your free box until supplies last.
Good Morning Warner Families! Our chicken donation delivery has arrived earlier than expected. Please feel free to start coming at 8am to pick up! See you soon!
Today for Career Exploration Month Chef/Restaurant owner Jessica Salma shared her Culinary Path that lead her to owning an amazing restaurant , Marinade on Main in Ramona. Our students asked many questions and are excited to further explore their potential Culinary Careers. Thank you Jessica for taking the time out of your busy schedule to speak to our Warner Students. We are very grateful! Marinade On Maine 865 Main St, Ramona
Warner Community, Warner Unified has been lucky enough to receive a large shipment of free Don Lee Farms 20 lb precook chicken boxes. Each box contains two 5 lb bags of precook chicken chili with beans and two 5 lb bags of precooked chicken patties. We will be giving out a box to each family that wants one on Wednesday October 7th at 11 am to noon in the Warner Unified parking lot. It will a drive-through style pickup. We want to thank the USDA Farmer to Family Boxes for the donation.
The Palomar Promise application just opened! Please take advantage of this wonderful program where you can receive FREE tuition! It does have limited funds and is first come first serve. I encourage ALL seniors to apply....there is no penalty if you do apply then choose not to attend. **Your FAFSA also needs to be submitted**
Warner Parents Lunch deliveries will be starting at noon today. Don't be late.
Dear Warner Parents, Warner Unified will be delivering Lunches tomorrow to SY, Lake Henshaw, Ranchita, Los Coyote, Sunrise Submit, and Paradise Valley at noon. Please be at the pickup location on time to receive your meals. If you haven't signed up, please call the district office to be added to the list.
Second semester Art 1, which I refer to as Art 2, consists of guided, self-directed student projects which include a summary of a student chosen cultural art, notable period of time and/or art movement, an original art work reflecting the students' chosen summary subject and an artist’s statement. I would like to share some excellent student works and their accompanying artist statement which includes: A title and medium of the artist’s work, a description of the artwork itself, a description of the subject matter and choice of medium. The purpose of an artist’s statement is to provide insight into a work of art, not only to the viewer but the artist themselves.
Texture Projects Art 1 Warner Springs High School students have finished a series of texture assignments. The assignment included; 1)Take a cellphone photo that contains 3 actual (real) textures in one shot. 2)Create a simulated texture artwork (reproducing the actual, real texture of an object). 3)Create an invented texture artwork (changing the actual texture of an object to something else, or inventing a texture by using a printing technique such as rubbing over or imprinting an existing texture). 4)Create an abstract texture artwork where the texture itself is the main focus of the work).
Our Advisory class just wrapped up the first 6 weeks of learning about all aspects of Mental Health. Now we will be starting Career Exploration. Today we had SSG.Geraci from the California National Guard. Thank you for speaking to our Warner students today! We have a former 911 Police/Fire dispatcher who is now a Code Enforcement officer for the City of Poway on Thursday.
Dear Warner Parents, We are resuming lunch delivery this Friday. If you have not called the district office and signed up for a week's worth of food you need to as soon as possible. Lunches will be available at noon on Fridays at Santa Ysabel, Lake Henshaw, Ranchita, Los Coyotes, Sunrise Summit store, and Paradise Valley. Please call the district office ASAP 760-782-3517 to get your kids on the list.
Artwork from Warner High School Art 2 students. The artwork labels include; the student artist’s first name and last name initial, the title of the art work, the culture, art time period or art movement which the student researched and used as inspiration to create their own original work of art, the art materials used. I’m fortunate to have such talented, hardworking students. Mrs. K.
Warner Parents, There has been changes once again at the state level, this change will allow us to go back to delivering lunches. If you would like to have a weeks worth of lunches prepared for delivery. We will also provide meals for children to young to enroll at Warner. Please call the district office at 760.782.3517. Deliveries will be in Fridays.
Warner Parents, Reminder that the lunch pickup is today at 11 am and that Friday there is no school in honor of Native American day.
Let's go WILDCATS!
I just wanted to give a BIG shoutout to our amazing teachers at Warner. This is such a difficult time on everyone and they trying to juggle their own lives during this pandemic and also going above and beyond for all their students. Thank you teachers. You are truly superhero's and your love and endless drive to support our Wildcats is not going unnoticed. We love you and we appreciate you!
Thank you Mr.Proby for setting up this wonderful opportunity for our students. During advisory today, Dr.Proudfit shared her amazing influential story. Dr.Proudfit is a Professor at CSUSM and Department Chair of the newly established American Indian Studies Department. Thank you Dr.Proudfit for taking the time to speak to our students. We all really enjoyed it!
Attention High School students interested in attending college out of state. Have ever heard of the WUE? (pronounced "woo-wee"). The WUE is a regional tuition savings agreement which enables students from one of the 16 WICHE States and territories in the Western U.S. to enroll as non residents in 160 + participating public colleges and universities...and pay 150 percent (or less) of the enrolling institutions resident tuition. This is a wonderful opportunity to look into if your interested in applying out of state. Check out their virtual college fairs!
Warner Parents, Here are some important dates coming up: --Preschool is going to open in person on September 23rd. If you are interested in having your child attend, please contact the district office. --Middle School and High School students, reminder that the trimester progress grading period ends Thursday, September 24th. --Friday, September 25th there will be no school as it is Native American Day. Native American Day is a holiday celebrated across the United States in lieu of Columbus Day. In California and Nevada, the holiday is celebrated on the fourth Friday of September.
Warner Parents, Reminder that today is lunch pickup day at 11 am to 1 pm at the cafeteria. Please bring bags for all the food.
I’m delighted to share the first of my high school Art 2 students’ work. In order for the students to expand their knowledge of art history, explore different art styles, improve their artistic skills and gain an understanding of the creative process, second trimester high school academic art instruction includes; 1) research into the art of a specific culture, time period or art movement of the student’s choice and a written summary, 2) creation of an original art work that adopts the style of the culture, time period or art movement and 3) writing an artist’s statement which talks about their artwork and the processes used in its creation. Bravo! Mrs. Krasowski
IT Essentials & CTE CS, students created a map with interactive component labels pointed to helpful info pages. As a class we update and use these links to do research about the Raspberry Pi 4. Later, students will build these maps in greater detail and about more complex hardware. These are worth every minute of hard work as they can be easily used for studying and reference. *This example belongs to Michelle Carreon. 💯🔥👌
Thank you to Breeane, a database administrator at the SD Natural History Museum for guest speaking during our College/Career Exploration course. Every week, our students are introduced to a different career field/educational path to broaden their own options for their futures.
Today kicks off Suicide Prevention Week 2020. The challenges we have experienced so far in 2020 have tested our resiliency and at times dampens our hope. No more than ever we need inspiration and a clear vision of hope, recovery and resilience to unite us and move forward. Please check out our School Counseling Website for information and Resources. YOU MATTER. YOU ARE LOVED. YOU ARE VALUED. We love our Community and our Warner Wildcats!
Warner Parents, Quick reminder that the Warner Cafeteria is now open from 11 am to 1 pm for lunch pick up. Exciting news we just got approved to feed younger siblings who aren't enrolled. So come on down and pick up a weeks worth of food for your children.
Had the pleasure of being a guest in our Career Exploration course today! Students first took a series of Career Assessment tests then chose one career from the few they were matched with based on their interests and strengths. Students created wonderful PowerPoints/slideshows and posters then presented them to their classmates. Great work Ms. Grigorian and Wildcats!
Warner Parents, This is a reminder that we provide a free weeks worth of breakfasts and lunches to students on Fridays in our cafeteria for pickup. If you have questions about the program, please call the district office at 760-782-3517
Another shared artwork from the elementary art lesson "Draw a Zentangle Hand" by Liah Ayala. Great use of line, shape and color! Love the love and happy faces. Mrs. K
During virtual learning Mrs.Sutton our School Counselor is leading all High Student's advisory classes . First week the students completed checkins and also a lesson on Mindfulness. Mrs. Sutton has also began google meet checkins and students started a Mental Health Basics Course covering: Mental Health Basics (The impact of Stress) Understanding Mental Health Disorders, Healthy Coping Skills, how to seek help and how to be there for a friend/family member in need. Next months topic is Suicide Prevention. Please reach out anytime and don't forget about the Counseling Website for more resouces. We are here for you Wildcats!
Julian Pathways is working with the Dolly Parton Imagination Library to bring FREE books to kids monthly from ages 0-5. This is an awesome opportunity for our Warner families with younger kids to build their home libraries. Check out how to sign up and keep reading! https://tinyurl.com/y5nyv8hr
Dear Warner Parents, There seems to be some confusion and excitement with our last notice. Let me reiterate what we know right now. Warner Unified is going to slowly open up and start bringing in small groups of students that need in help, assessing, or testing in person. That is all we are going to do to start. If a family doesn't feel comfortable then you don't need to have your student come physically in. We will still be offering our current online model. Warner Unified will monitor the COVID-19 numbers and how other schools are doing and then decide where to go from there. Even when we open school up we will still be offering an online model. If you have questions, please call the district office for clarity.
Dear Warner Parents, The county of San Diego has given school districts the green light to start opening up next week. Warner Unified will proceed with caution and monitor the situation. We are going to safely and slowly open our doors and allow small groups of students to return. We will have all our safeguards in place and monitor how that goes first. Then we can believe looking at transporting students on the buses and having them back in classes. I know this is an inconvenience to some but our first priority is our students’ safety. More information will be coming, but for the remainder of this week and next week, we will be continuing with distance learning. Thank you, David MacLeod Superintendent
Warner Parents, We have started our lunch program on Fridays. If you didn't come to the cafeteria last Friday to pickup a weeks worth of lunches and intend on coming from now on, please call the district office to get on the lunch list. Lunch pickup is Friday by last name: A thru G 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM, H thru M 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM, N thru S 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM, T thru Z 12:30 PM to 1 :00 PM.
Elementary art student Mundy sharing his first online art project, a zentangle hand. Excellent use of line variety and filling in the background space, thanks for sharing Mundy, made my day! Warner’s art teacher Mrs. Krasowski (aka Mrs.K) is collaborating with our guidance counselor Mrs. Sutton and providing elementary art lessons that are connected to subjects covered in the elementary guidance calendar. The first month is mindfulness and the art projects include calming art activities.
Reminder that Warner Food Service starts tomorrow. We will have a week's worth of food ready for pick up at the cafeteria. If your last name starts with A - G 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM, H - M 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM, N - S 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM, T - Z 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM. Please remember to wear a mask and bring a bag or box for the food. Only parents, legal guardians or students can pick the food up. If there is an issue, please call the district office 760-782-3517.
Dear Warner Parents & Guardians, School orientation went well. It was good seeing all the students even if it was just for a short time as they picked up their Chromebooks and textbooks. Just like every school in the Nation, Warner Unified is scrambling to meet the digital demand, and we ended up short on some hotspots. I apologize to any families that currently didn’t get one. We have a bunch on back-order and will get them out as soon as they arrive. School starts tomorrow, please make sure your kids start getting to bed on time and log on to their classes at the correct time. If you have any questions, please contact your teacher. On Friday, the district will resume food services. A week’s worth of food will available at the cafeteria for pick up. A parent or guardian will need to come to the cafeteria to get the food on Fridays for their children. If that is an issue, please call the district office. You will need to bring your own bag or box for the food. You will also need to wear a mask and be screened upon entering the campus. The pickup time will be by your last name: A - G 11:00 AM to 11:30 AM, H - M 11:30 AM to 12:00 PM, N - S 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM, T - Z 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM, If you have children with different last names is fine, just pick one of the names and pick up all the food then. If you have any questions please call the district office at 760-782-3517. The district office hours are 8 AM to 3 PM, Monday to Friday by appointment only. Thank you, David MacLeod Superintendent
First orientation day just ended. It was good seeing the kids again. We practiced social distancing and checked everyone's temperature and wore masks. Parents and students got to meet their teachers, get their books, schedules and Chromebooks. We will do another orientation Monday morning and another one Tuesday afternoon. If you haven't scheduled a meeting yet, please contact the district office 760.782.3517.
The Warner Unified School District Online Student Registration Portal is open. Please click https://sdhome.sdcoe.net/warner/login_parent_oen.aspx Please be sure to fill out the parent signature pages as well. You can print those pages when asked to view them during registration. If you do not have a printer, we have the packets available in the District Office for pickup. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the District Office at 760-782-3517.
The link below is for anyone wanting to have their child participate in the ASES program grades K-8. Simply click the link and input their info. We will be offering virtual programs as well as sending out crafts and STEM projects for the kids to do at home. Warner Elementary https://bit.ly/3hiVxFJ
FFA President Madi Rombal with her steer at the Ramona Jr Fair weigh in day for the hybrid fair! Madi has done amazing things this year including earning her State FFA degree and always being a supportive member of the chapter! The FFA is so proud of her accomplishments! Her steer also placed Top 10 in the Carcass Contest! Congrats Madi!!
The Warner Unified School District Online Student Registration Portal is open. Please click https://sdhome.sdcoe.net/warner/login_parent_oen.aspx Please be sure to fill out the parent signature pages as well. You can print those pages when asked to view them during registration. If you do not have a printer, we have the packets available in the District Office for pickup. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the District Office at 760-782-3517.
Middle School Member and First Year Showman Amber Perez with her pigs at the Ramona Jr Fair weigh in day for the hybrid fair! She has done an amazing job with her project this year! The chapter is so happy to have her as a member and is excited to watch her FFA career! Amber is still looking for buyers for her pigs! The auction will be virtual Friday July 31st to Saturday August 1st. Buyer registration is Thursday July 30th at www.ramomajuniorfair.com!
Graduated Senior Nikki Drake with her lamb at the Ramona Jr Fair weigh in day for the hybrid fair! She has worked hard this year and the FFA is so proud of her and all her accomplishments! We will miss her next year while she is at UCLA! Nikki is still looking for a buyer for her lamb! The auction will be virtual Friday July 31st to Saturday August 1st. Buyer registration is Thursday July 30th at www.ramonajuniorfair.com!
Warner Online Student Registration Portal is Open. https://sdhome.sdcoe.net/warner/login_parent_oen.aspx Please be sure to fill out the parent signature pages as well. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the District Office at 760-782-3517.
Warner Parents, As you might be aware that governor Newsom just announced at noon today a plan for schools. Schools on the county watch list will have to maintain distance learning. San Diego county is currently on the watchlist, which means we need to start school by doing distance learning. We will still start August 12th. We were in the process of developing a plan that would allow for two options that parents could choose from: 1) with students returning to school 100% of the time 2) with students doing online distance learning. I will be sharing out this plan as this will most likely be the plan to reopen school once SD is off the watch list.
Warner Parents, I wanted to communicate the following information about reopening of school for 2020-21. As of right now we don’t have a detailed plan. I have been meeting with the other 42 superintendents in the county and brainstorming options. Each school district is coming up with plans that best fit their district and they vary widely. We have one survey from the parents and input from the teachers. I will put out a survey to classified staff (staff other than teachers) this week. As we flesh out the plan some more we will send out more surveys for input. As Covid-19 is a very political topic we want to present options to parents to make decisions that best fit their comfort levels for their children. Please be patient with us as we look at all our options. If you have any input or questions please feel free to email me at email@example.com and I will be happy to get back to you. Thank you, Dave MacLeod
Warner Parents, As we prepare for 2020-21 school year and dealing with a pandemic, we need your input. Please fill out this quick survey. https://forms.gle/fNsRt5szmYFXEqNr7
Promotion & Grad Pictures are available at: Gallery 'Class of 2020' has been shared with you! You have to create your account first, using this email address: http://thehampresents.photodeck.com/users/new?gallery_ace=6117bc35-dd1c-487e-803f-0917c3e8f935&user%5Bemail%5D=david.macleod%40warnerusd.net Please click this link to access this gallery: http://thehampresents.photodeck.com/-/galleries/lifelong-learning/warners-springs-usd/class-of-2020
Tomorrow is Promotion and Graduation 2020. Please come down to our football field and see our Preschoolers @ 2 pm, 6th graders @ 3 pm, 8th graders @ 4 pm, and seniors @ 5 pm move to the next chapter in their lives. Students attending a promotion be 15 minutes early. Students have your cars decorated. Let's end this unique school year with a unique celebration.
Our trusted bus mechanic at Fleet Maintenance Services donated 4 school buses to Warner Unified fleet. The vehicles were used in another school district that Fleet Maintenance Services performed the maintenence for. When their preschool program no longer transported students the buses were no longer needed. Fleet Maintenance Services got them for Warner. The buses have low mileage and are in great condition. This is a huge donation for Warner. Thank you Fleet Maintenance Services.
Warner Parents, Reminder that lunches are delivered on Tuesday at 12:30 pm due to the long weekend.
Congratulations Leianna! Leianna was accepted into several colleges and she has made her decision....Otis College of Art and Design! While at Warner, Leianna participated in ASB, Class Council, and was a stand out Art student. She also has taken American Sign Language at Palomar College and even attended Otis last summer and completed two courses! Your bright smile and positive attitude will be missed! Congratulations Leianna we are so proud of you!
Senior brag moment! Kim is finishing her high school career with a 3.78 GPA and is also a CTE pathway Completer for AG. She participated in ASB the last two years and also helped out with her class counsel. Not to mention she also served as the Student Board representative this year. The staff loves Kim's kind spirit, willingness to always to do the right thing and her awesome sense of humor. She was accepted into a few colleges and has decided to take advantage of the Palomar Promise . Kim is all set and has already "virtually" met with her Palomar College counselor to start on her General Ed requirements in the fall, with plans for transferring to Cal State San Marcos. We will miss you on the morning announcements! We are so proud of you Kim!
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Senior Brag Time! Alexandria was an amazing asset on Campus. She was a great student and also an awesome athlete . She participated in Volleyball and Softball and still found time be involved in ASB for three years. She applied and was chosen for the Fire Explorer Program. This was no easy feat! With a lengthy application process and also a physical agility test ....which she of course handled with ease:) Her dream is to become a firefighter and she is defiantly on the right track! We are so proud of you Alex, and can't wait to see what all you will continue to accomplish!
Warner Parents, reminder that tomorrow is lunch delivery day. We are moving the time up to 12.30 pm instead of 1 pm. This will be the new time going forward, thank you for working with us as we adapt and try to provide the best lunch delivery that we can. Also please turn in any completed work tomorrow as progress reports for middle and high school will be going out later this week. There is a handful of seniors that need to get their work in to graduate. If anyone is struggling with their work please contact your teacher, if you can't get a hold of them call the district office. Thank you and enjoy your Sunday.
Warner Middle and High Students, Grades for this progress period are due on Monday. Please turn in all work Monday at a lunch dropoff location at 1 pm or at the district office from 8 am to noon. Work will be graded on packets 1 through 5. Progress reports will be marked out Friday to give teachers time to grade. If you have wisdoms concerning grading or the packets please email your teacher. Thank you.
Warner Parents, reminder that there is no lunch delivery today. It will now be on Mondays at 1 pm, same locations.
Good evening Warner Parents, This is Superintendent Dave MacLeod with an important message. In an effort to improve the variety in our lunches we have partnered with a 3rd party company that will bring more variety to our lunches, including 1 hot meal. To make this work we need to switch from Friday delivery to Monday at 1 pm. Everything else will stay the same, same locations, same packet pickup. Just different day and different time. See you Monday at 1 pm. Also, student who missed getting their packets last week can pick them up at the district office from 8 am to noon this week.
Nitasha Drake made her decision! She will be attending UCLA in the fall Majoring in Law with a Minor in American Indian Studies. Nitasha took full advantage of the Palomar College Dual enrollment this year and will already enter UCLA will a full semester of General Ed credits completed! She completed 12 units with plans of taking another class this summer, before departing on her next educational adventure. We are beyond proud of you! Go Bruins!
Warner Parent, This is superintendent Dave MacLeod with an important reminder. Tomorrow we are delivering the next set of packets, week 5 through 8 which will take us to May 15th. We will be handing out the packets at the school from 8 to 11 am in the cafeteria. We will also be handing them out at the lunch drop-off sites at 11:30 am. The drop off locations are SY tribal hall, Lake Henshaw, Ranchita store, Los Coyote Tribal hall, Sunrise Summit store, and Paradise Valley trailer park. We will also be collecting any outstanding packets. Teachers are reporting a poor rate of return so far. Parents please make sure you students are working on this material, as it will be graded and entered on their transcript. Teachers are available if students need assistance. Thank you and have a good night.
So wonderful seeing your beautiful faces today Wildcats! We practiced deep breathing, positive self talk and ways we can calm our brain and bodies. We also read this wonderful book. Please join Mrs.Sutton next Wednesday @10:30am for another fun story time via zoom. Meeting ID: 247 068 213 Password: (Same for every week) Email Kelcy.firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to join!
Good Morning Warner Parents, As we assess the Covid-19 crisis we will be keeping school closed indefinitely until further notice. Teachers are available to support students with any help they need. A reminder that we will still be delivering lunches this Friday, even though it is Spring Break. We will still collect packet work at the drop-off sites. Packet 3 and 4 will be due April 17th. If you have not turned in Packet 1 or 2 please do so this Friday before your teacher starts chasing you down. I want to remind parents to have their students check their Warner emails for correspondence from their teachers. Teachers have been reaching out to students and many are not responding. Parents please make sure your child is working on their work daily so they don't get too far behind. We understand this can be a challenging time for everyone, we hope everyone is safe and that we get through this soon. Stay Safe
Hello amazing Wildcats! Starting on Monday April 13th, Our School Counselor Mrs.Sutton will be holding "Mindfulness Monday's via Zoom! Did you know.... practicing Mindfulness Techniques can lower anxiety, relieve stress and improve overall Mental Health. We will learn different breathing techniques, yoga poses and positive self talk. I hope you can join and I can't wait to see your beautiful faces😍
Friday's Food distribution had some extra help. We had some volunteers from San Diego County Office of Education bring up extra food and help out. We worked with our neighboring school District of Spencer Valley to find some extra food. We had a donation from the San Diego Food bank thanks to the Patrice from the Warner Resource Center. I also want to shout out to my wonderful team of Rhonda, Shannon, Julie, Carla, and Blanca for making this happen. This all goes to helping families out, thank you eveyone.
This is a message from SDG&E. Please share out. We want to remind you of SDG&E’s direct assistance programs that can help people experiencing financial hardships due to COVID-19. Many may qualify for SDG&E assistance programs and bill discount programs. Those programs are available at https://www.sdge.com/residential/pay-bill/get-payment-bill-assistance/assistance-programs and include the following: California Alternate Rates for Energy (CARE): Provides a 30% or more discount on monthly bills for customers with qualifying current household income or customers who are participating in certain public assistance programs. Family Electric Rate Assistance (FERA): If a customer doesn’t qualify for CARE, they may qualify for FERA, which provides income-qualified households of three or more with a reduced electric rate (12%) on their monthly bill. Medical Baseline Allowance: Customers who have a qualifying medical need or necessarily use a medical device (i.e. for a compromised immune system, life-threatening illness, or any condition where additional heating and air conditioning or a qualifying device is medically necessary to sustain a person’s life) are eligible for a significant discount on their energy bill. Household income is not a factor for qualifying, but a doctor’s certification on the application is required.
Congratulations to Jayton Chapton for getting an honorable mention in CaliforniaStreaming.org Digital Photography Contest for his photo Best Defense. Thanks to Alvin Abraham for coaching the photography after school program. https://www.californiastreaming.org/ContestView.aspx?entryID=4301&qstring=starRating%3d0%26sort%3drank%26pageSize%3d20%26viewButtonId%3dbuttonToggleGridView%26photographerTypes%3d%2527Student%2527%26photographerAges%3d%252716-19%2527%26starMention%3d0%26entryStatus%3d%25273%2527%2c%25272%2527%26contestYear%3d2020%26cbWinnerHide%3dFalse%26cbMentionHide%3dFalse
Warner Parents, This is a reminder for all students to start packet week #3. Packet 1 and 2 are to be turned in on Friday. You can drop them off on Friday at the district office from 8 to 11 am or drop the packet off at one of the lunch pickups at 11:30 am at SY tribal hall, Lake Henshaw trailer park, Ranchita store, Los Coyotes tribal office, Sunshine Summit Store, or Paradise Valley trailer park. If you have questions please contact your teacher or the district office. Thank you and be safe.
We sure love bragging about the class of 2020! Lorrie Gregory participated in many sports, Class Council, and was also in FFA serving as an officer. Lorrie is kind, intelligent and once she sets her eyes on something there is no stopping her. Lorrie, we are so proud of you for taking that "what if" chance at applying for college....because look at you now! Cal State San Marcos just gained a one of kind! Way to go Lorrie!
Senior car show that was scheduled this week is cancelled. If you signed up but did not get a refund, please contact Mrs. Dimitrov at email@example.com.
Please don't hesitate to reach out to our School Counselor Kelcy Sutton for any resources or just overall support. We are here for you. Kelcy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Padres de Warner, El viernes haremos nuestro servicio regular de almuerzo a las 11:30 am en los siguientes lugares: SY Tribal Hall, Lake Henshaw Trailer Park, Ranchita Store, Los Coyote's Tribal Hall, Sunshine Summit Store, y ahora Paradise Valley estacionamiento de trailas. Esto continuará todos los viernes hasta que la escuela vuelva a la sesión. Si todavía no está en la lista, llame a la oficina del distrito. Gracias
On Friday we will be doing our regular sack lunch drop-offs at 11:30 am at the following locations: SY Tribal Hall, Lake Henshaw Trailer Park, Ranchita Store, Los Coyote's Tribal Hall, Sunshine Summit Store, and now the Paradise Valley Trailer Park. This will continue every Friday till school is back in session. If you are still not on the list, please call the district office. Thank you
Another amazing Senior Wildcat to talk about! Chelsea Mercado is not only our ASB President.....she also played many sports and served as an FFA officer. Her positive attitude and can do nature has truly opened many doors for her future. Chelsea has also been accepted to Fresno State and Cal State San Bernardino. We are so proud of you Chelsea. You will succeed wherever you go!
Senior brag moment! Please Congratulate Airman Pavlovich! John passed his MEPS last week with flying colors. He was one of the only 7 to be sworn in when 40 potential recruits went in that morning. His top job request was Tactical Aircraft Maintenance ....which of course he got! Johns ship date is July 28th and we could not be any prouder. Way to go John!
Good Afternoon Warner Parents, This is Dave MacLeod with a important message about Warner Unified. As the number of infected with Covid-19 increases in the county we will keep school closed next week and into spring break the following week. We will assess the situation then, so for now students will not return until Monday, April 13th. Parents please have students start Packet 2. They should have already finished packet 1. If you are looking for something else for your son or daughter to do and you have internet, have them work on iReady 30 minutes a day. To login in google iReady login, their user name is their first initial and last initial and the last 5 numbers of their lunch number, password is warner, and then select California. If you have issues contact your teacher. We will also drop-off lunches at 11:30 am on the following Fridays including the Friday of Spring Break. If you still need to sign up for lunches, please call the district office ASAP. FFA has cancelled the Sees Candy Fund Raiser. The seniors have also cancelled the Car Show and the Golf tournament will be postponed to a later date. Please stay safe and follow the guidelines of the CDC.
Another amazingly talented senior to brag about! Leianna Hill's hard work and constant drive to succeed is defiantly paying off! She has been accepted to several colleges that are not pictured: Art Academy of Cincinnati, Columbus College of Art and Design ,Gordon College and Arts University Bournemouth. We are so proud of you Leianna! Go Wildcats!
One thing is for sure...we sure do miss you Wildcats! With all that's going on I just wanted to share some positive light on what one of our amazing seniors has accomplished ! Nitasha Drake has been accepted into several UC, State and not to mention one Ivy League school so far! We are so proud of you! Go Wildcats!
Reminder that Friday at 11.30 am, Warner Unified will be dropping off lunches at the same locations. Please bring bags to put the food in.
Dear Warner Parents, Here is an important announcement concerning meals. We will be dropping off sack lunches tomorrow at the following locations at 11:30 am: Santa Ysabel Tribal Hall, Lake Henshaw Trailer Park Gate, Los Coyote Tribal Hall, Sunshine Summit Store Parking Lot, and in front of the Yeti in Ranchita. If you still haven't called, and want lunches available for your kids, please call the Warner District Office at 760-782-3517 ASAP. We will giving out food for a couple of days till our next order arrives. We will have more variety on the next drop. Estimados padres de Warner: Aquí hay un anuncio importante sobre las comidas. Mañana entregaremos almuerzos en los siguientes lugares a las 11:30 am: Santa Ysabel Tribal Hall, Lake Henshaw Trailer Park Gate, Los Coyote Tribal Hall, Sunshine Summit Store Parking Lot, y frente al Yeti en Ranchita. Si aún no ha llamado y desea almuerzos disponibles para sus hijos, llame a la Oficina del Distrito de Warner al 760-782-3517 lo antes posible. Entregaremos comida por un par de días hasta que llegue nuestro próximo pedido. Tendremos más variedad en la próxima gota.
Padres y tutores de Warner: Este es un recordatorio para que su hijo e hija comiencen la semana 1 de su paquete. Sabemos que muchos de ustedes dependen de las comidas escolares para sus hijos y pueden estar preocupados sobre qué hacer cuando la escuela está cerrada debido a COVID-19. Warner está evaluando el problema y está aquí para ayudarlo. Si a su familia le gustaría tener un almuerzo gratis en los siguientes lugares designados, llame a la oficina del distrito al 760-782-3517 y díganos los nombres de los estudiantes y el lugar de entrega seleccionado. Necesitamos compilar esta lista lo antes posible. Si no hay respuesta, deje un mensaje con el nombre de los estudiantes y la ubicación. Las ubicaciones de entrega serán: Sala Tribal Santa Ysabel Lago Henshaw Salón Tribal Los Coyotes Tienda Sunshine Summit Tienda Ranchita Más información a seguir.
Warner Parents & Guardians: This is a reminder for your son & daughter to start week 1 of their packet. We know many of you rely on school meals for your children and may be concerned about what to do when school is closed due to COVID-19. Warner is assessing the issue and is here to help. If your family would like to have a free sack lunch dropped off at the following designated locations please call the district office at 760-782-3517 and let us know the students’ names and the selected drop-off location. We need to compile this list ASAP. If there is no answer leave a message with name of students and location. Drop-off Locations will be: Santa Ysabel Tribal Hall Lake Henshaw Los Coyotes Tribal Hall Sunshine Summit Store Ranchita Store More information to follow.
Dear Warner Parents and Guardians, As a precaution and with consultation with local public health agencies, Warner Unified will be closing schools and cancelling all events and sports for the next 2 weeks. We will assess thereafter. The talent show tonight and the after school program will also be cancelled today. All students will be bused home at 3 pm. I am sorry for any inconvenience this has caused but student safety is our number one priority. Teachers had worked hard to get packets out just in case this did occur. The packets are not mandatory but are highly recommended so students don’t lose the hard work they have gained this year. I encourage you to have your son or daughters complete the work we have sent home. If your son or daughter was absent when packets were sent home we are currently mailing those students’ packets home. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Warner District office. Thank you and please be safe, Dave MacLeod Superintendent.
Due to the heavy rains and road conditions we are canceling the after-school program today. All students will go home at 3 pm today. Sorry for the inconvenience this may cause to your family but student priority is our first concern.
Calling all parents to come join us for our first PTCC meeting of the year! January 30th, 4:30 pm Thursday evening in the cafeteria-Warner PTCC
Congratulations to Lorrie Gregory for being accepted and will be officially attending Cal State San Marcos in the Fall! We are so excited and proud of you! We are also so fortunate to have a person who would like to remain anonymous, that will be purchasing college sweatshirts for our seniors once they declare where they will be attending!!! Go Wildcats!
Second Trimester Progress grades close next Wednesday! After school tutorial this week:Tuesday-Thursday Next week: Monday-Thursday
These awesome seniors took advantage of the dual enrollment offered through Palomar College. They all passed their classes and signed up for more in the Spring Semester. They will leave Warner with some of their general education college requirements already completed. Next semester we have 11 additional HS students signed up. Way to go Wildcats!!
Last week our Construction and Ag Mechanics students attended ABC San Diego. The Associated Builders and Contractors San Diego Apprenticeship program located in Poway. Apprenticeship Career & Technical Education (CTE) combines paid on-the-job training and work experience formal classroom Instruction.
Seniors have raffle tickets on sale for the Christmas Show. Prizes are: Amazon Echo Pots and pans set Blender Bluetooth speaker Lucille's BBQ gift card Landry's Restaurants gift card Free entree at Rubio's Manana's Mexican gift card $1.00, sold by elementary kids and seniors!!
We have two Middle School girls groups meeting every week. Each member received a book on loan and are assigned a chapter and activities to complete outside of school. During group we discuss the readings , talk about how we can continue to love ourselves, tasks risks , and maintain healthy relationships.
TK2 Rocks! Working with an interactive board to answer punctuation questions!!!!