David MacLeod
Follow up message about tomorrow. School is only online tomorrow because of our busing issue. You are free to bring your child to school or have them work from home online. We will send devices home today. We will be back to normal on Monday.
1 day ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, We are sorry to inform you that we need to switch to online learning tomorrow due to a staffing issue for Friday the 17th. School will be online and teachers will be reaching out with more information on class schedules and links. The school will be open for child care and in-person instruction, students either need to be online or dropped off and picked up. Reminder that Fridays are minimal days and school lets out at 1 pm.
1 day ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Here is an important message concerning social media. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AAlV98W6S1_KaBC-jr-1KC2gKwlT0MwP/view?usp=sharing
1 day ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Families are now receiving September #ChildTaxCredit payments. Learn more from #IRS at https://go.usa.gov/xMZkX Millions of Americans are receiving monthly #ChildTaxCredit payments. Families can stop payments anytime, even after payments begin. To learn more from #IRS, see: https://go.usa.gov/xMZkX
1 day ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
CalFire asked us to share this out: CalFire COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Clinic Warner Springs Fire Station 52 Sunday, September 19, 2021 from 9am - 3pm 31049 CA-79, Warner Springs, CA 92086
4 days ago, David MacLeod
Tiff Lenfers
PTCC is requesting help for the carnival
9 days ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that Preschool, Kinder and 4th grade will have completed the 10 days of quarantine tonight and we expect them back at school tomorrow. I understand there is a lot of fear concerning COVID-19 Delta but schools are still one of the safest locations. We have had 3 families test positive from outside sources and our quarantines have worked. We continue with masking, symptom screening and contact tracing and we will get through this school year. I understand there is a lot of social media that flames the fears and the misinformation. If you have concerns please contact the epidemiology school line at 619-692-8636 and they will discuss quarantine guidelines. Warner is going above and beyond by doing grade level and school-wide quarantining to ensure we encompass all students that may have come into contact. Reminder Middle schoolers are back to school on Monday.
9 days ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Hello Warner Parents, This is David MacLeod, Superintendent of Warner Unified with an important message for the High School. I am calling to let you know we have had a positive test for the COVID-19 in High school. So at this time we need to quarantine the 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade classes. Parents will need to come and pickup their child before the end of school today. These classes will switch to an online class and can return to school Monday, Sept. 20th. Your teacher will be in contact with your child with more information concerning their classes. We will be sending chromebooks home with students. This is a precautionary measure to stop any more spread of the virus. We quarantined the whole high school as an extra precaution. More information will follow concerning lunches. Your child will need to login to each class according to their class schedule. If your child develops any symptoms please let us know. If you have any questions please call the district office at 760-782-3517.
10 days ago, David MacLeod
Miss Griggy
10th graders are in a mini descriptive writing unit. Here, Javier, David, and Lincoln are interpreting Edward Hopper's painting, "Nighthawks," and writing their analyses.
11 days ago, Miss Griggy
Patrick Humphrey
Combo 1st & 2nd grades. Kelly had the support of her classmates helping her build (code) a house in Minecraft.
14 days ago, Patrick Humphrey
David MacLeod
Important Message from Warner Unified. Please read the following: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Xw1a-75RdnD1mDmoog_AHnhk_VjQf9db/view?usp=sharing
15 days ago, David MacLeod
Miss Griggy
Public Speaking is in full swing! Our 15 minutes of fame speeches were a hit today, filled with humor, creativity, and thought.
16 days ago, Miss Griggy
Tiff Lenfers
The Boys got new gear today thanks to Jesse Lozano and his organization 1morewin.org. They came out and donated 25 sets of home and away jerseys and new shoulder pads. The boys will also be recieving a new 5 man sled in a few weeks. Football game is Sept. 10th.
16 days ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Hello Warner Parents, This is David MacLeod, Superintendent of Warner Unified with an important message for Middle school. I am calling to let you know we have had a positive test for the COVID-19 in Middle school. So at this time we need to quarantine the 7th and 8th grade classes. Please do not send your middle school child to school tomorrow. This class will switch to an online class. Your teacher will be in contact with you with more information. We will be sending devices home, please call the district office tomorrow to schedule a time to pick up a Chromebook. This is a precautionary measure to stop any more spread of the virus. Your child can return to school on Monday, September 13th. If your child develops any symptoms please let us know. If you have any questions please call the district office at 760-782-3517.
17 days ago, David MacLeod
Christi Feezell
6th grade did community building by learning to have respectful conversations with our classmates while they did watercolor art.
18 days ago, Christi Feezell
Holly Pawlicki
The Elementary Team kicked off Reading Counts in superhero style! We are encouraging students to read to earn points for fun prizes!!
18 days ago, Holly Pawlicki
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, This is Dave MacLeod with an important message. We just learned that we had a positive COVID-19 case on campus. We have reached out and quarantined the students and staff that have come in contact with this person. If we have not already personally reached out to then your child did not come into contact with anyone that has Covid-19. Your child is free to continue to come to school. Please continue to symptom screen at home each morning. If you have questions or concerns please call the district office at 760-782-3517.
18 days ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Things to think about. Thank you everyone that is staff at Warner. iI's a tough job but we do it for the kids. https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMRkpT5RS/
19 days ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
The IRS is reaching out to America’s school districts to help spread the word about the 2021 Advance Child Tax Credit payments, which could be to up to $1,800 per qualifying child. These payments are made automatically to taxpayers who qualified on their 2020 tax returns. Our current outreach efforts are focused on low-income families who may not be required to file tax returns. We have developed a tool that can help these families get the Advanced Child Tax Credit payments and help them get missed Economic Impact Payments (EIP). This could amount to over $14,000 for a family of 2 adults and 2 children who may be struggling to make ends meet. https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p5534d.pdf
22 days ago, David MacLeod
Patrick Humphrey
3rd Grade having a blast class coding thier own video game!!!
23 days ago, Patrick Humphrey
David MacLeod
Please Read the following important message from Warner USD. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hEYAAacbHSBsY8D9b4ERcxspg72VU3Kg/view?usp=sharing
24 days ago, David MacLeod
Dani Zurcher-Upson
The Sustainable Ag Biology class hard at work learning the basics of biology!
24 days ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Dani Zurcher-Upson
All of our science classes have been practicing their Scientific Method skills!
24 days ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Miss Griggy
9th graders are in the first stages of writing an essay. Today we're crafting introductions and trying out 5 different formats. Students are encouraged to practice all 5 different formats, but hone in on the ones they feel most comfortable with in their own writing.
25 days ago, Miss Griggy
Tiff Lenfers
Today was the second volleyball gameof the 2021-2022 year! Our girls made it very exciting! We had to play all five games and took the win! The girls had amazing sportsmanship. Go Lady Wildcats! Come out to the next game and cheer them on!
29 days ago, Tiff Lenfers
Michelle Mahood
1st and 2nd grade practicing our handwriting and having some fun with our smartboard!
29 days ago, Michelle Mahood
Miss Griggy
High school students this year are in independent reading book clubs. Their choices included authors from diverse backgrounds: Native American, Russian, African American, and more!
30 days ago, Miss Griggy
Tiff Lenfers
In TK2ROCKS today we started iReady testing! We were also builders and watched the alphabet come to life with our Letters Alive alphabet!
about 1 month ago, Tiff Lenfers
Miss Griggy
Ignite Journalism, a FREE extracurricular program for San Diego County teens to learn the fundamentals of journalism, produce an online newspaper, and explore media career options is looking for new students to join their program! (hint: this also would look great on college applications!!) If you know students who enjoy writing and are curious about journalism, they might be interested in joining this program. The program goes from September through May and involves a one-hour online weekly meeting and writing one article per month. It is designed for juniors and seniors, but younger high school students who are strong writers are welcome to apply.
about 1 month ago, Miss Griggy
Mrs. Blackwell
We are practicing our leaping skills and spatial awareness in Physical Education! Our students stayed off the lava while trying to escape the tagger! Well done everyone!
about 1 month ago, Mrs. Blackwell
Miss Griggy
Now that we are back in the classroom, we can finally do something so crucial: COLLABORATE! Our seniors will be in collaborative learning groups this trimester as they learn how to communicate, compromise, debate, and accept new ideas.
about 1 month ago, Miss Griggy
Tiff Lenfers
Today we had football for the first time since Covid! It is awesome. Warner Football Carnival. Four teams consisting of Warner, St Joseph, Julian and Borrego. Its exciting to see the kids on the field!
about 1 month ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
Hi Everyone,   The high school boy and girl athletes are fundraising with Warner Gear. All orders will be paid for online .You can ship items to your home or to the school. Please choose an athlete when ordering. The sale ends soon Monday 8/23/21. The catalogs do not have the full merch on them but you can access it by scanning the QR code.Here is the link as well if you want to copy and paste :  https://fancloth.shop/MBMKY Thank you, Ricardo Lara
about 1 month ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that Fridays are minimum days and school will get out at 1 pm. Bus drop off times are the same but 2 hours earlier. For example if your bus drop off time is 3.27 pm then on Fridays it will be 1.27 pm.
about 1 month ago, David MacLeod
Tiff Lenfers
TK2ROCKS is off and running! We practiced sounds and letters, worked on making words and letters with playdoh, and played with friends! Today I am sending home my Back to School Packet! It is in a green Warner bag!
about 1 month ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Our ASES and ASETS Program will be postponed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Due to the shortage on bus drivers we will need to utilize our Staff to provide transportation to and from school. We understand the need for the ASES and ASETS Program and are currently working with the county office on a plan to continue our after school program. We will notify you when the program will be available. If you have any questions please contact David MacLeod at 760-782-3517
about 1 month ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Our bus schedules have been texted out and posted on our website and facebook. Please ensure your child is at the bus stop 10 minutes before the posted time.
about 1 month ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Here is the temporary bus schedule for the start of school year 2021-22. This is temporary until we have trained more bus drivers. We currently are running 2 bus routes and 2 routes with vans. The schedule may change as we finalize the enrollment and adjust our routes. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1IDwtCe78jQNi31H_0-dJ3G1p5QbKt0Ny/view?usp=sharing
about 1 month ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, School starts Wednesday morning. if you haven't enrolled your child you need to ASAP. Goto www.wusd.almastart.com to do so. We are finalizing bus schedule and will have that sent out tomorrow.
about 1 month ago, David MacLeod
Tiff Lenfers
Parents of TK2ROCKS please don't feel the need to buy any supplies ect. We are good. Also please don't buy to many new clothes! We ruin them. I dont mean to but we do mud, grass, chalk on the blacktop. Love you all can't wait to see you all!
about 1 month ago, Tiff Lenfers
Julie Osuna
Incoming TK/Kinder and 7th grade immunization requirements.
about 1 month ago, Julie Osuna
Julie Osuna
California schools are required to check immunization records for students advancing to 7th grade before entry on August 11th 2021. The required immunizations are (1)Tdap and (2)Varicella. Please turn in a copy of your immunization records to Ms. Julie at Julie.osuna@warnerusd.net.
about 1 month ago, Julie Osuna
David MacLeod
I swung by the Ramona Fair yesterday and see how Ms. Zurcher and her FFA team were doing. The kids were hot but having fun. They were doing a great job showing their animals. Go Wildcats!
about 1 month ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder to register your children for the upcoming school year. https://wusd.almastart.com/
about 1 month ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Worked on Food Handler cards on campus and started the Internship... then the internship turns into Summer jobs! Madi and Jayton have been working with Marinade on Maine and The Oaks! They were finishing up a catering event and visited the VIP of the event:) We are very proud of you both. Warner Unified is thankful for the wonderful partnership.
2 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents with students in summer school, Due to the 4th of July falling on Sunday we will be observing it on Monday the 5th. Therefore we will have summer school this Friday July 2nd and no school on July 5th.
3 months ago, David MacLeod
Lourdes Martinez
I wanted to thank all of you who helped us with the fund raise for Tom Vargas yesterday. We raised $470!!! Thanks for your support.
3 months ago, Lourdes Martinez
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Today and tomorrow is the last day to return Chromebooks, Chromebook chargers and textbooks to the school. Please get them in to the office before the 3 pm deadline.
3 months ago, David MacLeod
Ms. Rudloff
Last day fun for these now second graders! First Grade water colored waterfalls, finished their tie dye bandanas, and enjoyed some tasty popsicles. Congratulations first grade! We are so proud of your hard work and resilience this year!
3 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
Jan Krasowski
6th Grade ceiling tile art project. MJ, Angela, Marissa and Crystal came up and worked in the art room before lunch on several days.
3 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
Outstanding final art projects. Art 1,part 2, Third Trimester
3 months ago, Jan Krasowski
David MacLeod
Sorry for got to add the time. Buses leave at 12:30.
3 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that today is a minimal day because of the promotions and graduation ceremony.
3 months ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
The clean up crew!
3 months ago, Julie Osuna
Holly Pawlicki
Elementary Water Day was a huge hit!
3 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Julie Osuna
More pictures of Warner’s water day and BBQ!
3 months ago, Julie Osuna
Julie Osuna
Warner water day and BBQ
3 months ago, Julie Osuna
Miss Griggy
11th Grade final projects range from jeopardy games, crossword puzzles, board games, and artwork! This year, the juniors have continuously surpassed expectations and they left their final mark with these beautiful works!
3 months ago, Miss Griggy
Hannah Dimitrov
More senior trip. Finally made it to the Grand Canyon! Here they went on a bike tour to explore the park. Tomorrow they head home for graduation. Graduation will be June 9th at 6pm in the high school quad. Please email Mrs. Dimitrov if you have any questions about HS graduation
3 months ago, Hannah Dimitrov
Hannah Dimitrov
Senior trip update! Our seniors took a jeep tour of Sedona, AZ.
3 months ago, Hannah Dimitrov
Ms. Rudloff
Welcome to Camp Wildcat! We rotated through a few camp themed centers: Painting rocks at the Crafty Place, fishing for word pairs at the Fishing Hole, and reading by flashlight at the Campsite! We also read “Fatima’s Great Outdoors” and wrote about what we love to do outside!
3 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, We need to start collecting textbooks and Chromebooks for the end of the school year. If your child is attending in-person, please send your Chromebook and all textbooks to school with them by Wednesday, June 9th. If not or if your child is online you can bring them to the office up till 3:00 PM, Friday June 11th. Please do so before this deadline to avoid being charged a fee.
3 months ago, David MacLeod
Hannah Dimitrov
Our seniors left for their senior trip yesterday morning. Here's a first look! Last night they explored downtown Phoenix. Today they went to the Heard Museum to experience some Native American art and history. Next stop Sedona!
3 months ago, Hannah Dimitrov
Chermaine Osuna
We are working on an end of year review in second grade. Today’s manipulative was marshmallows- they were yummy and a great learning tool.
4 months ago, Chermaine Osuna
Holly Pawlicki
6th grade finished up the year in ELA with a project based on how they were affected by the pandemic.
4 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
David MacLeod
more pics from retirement party. happy retirement Dobbie, Donnie, Carla, Azalia, and Sabrina. Also good luck Jenny Rudloff in Illinois.
4 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Retirement party for Dobbie Madeyski, Donnie Holt, Carla Holt, Azalia King and Sabrina Finn.
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Tiff Lenfers
Today was a bittersweet day! We had TK2ROCKS awards! Some of my mammals get to move on and I will miss them, but I do get to keep a group of fabulous TK minions! Here is a sampling of pics Miss Naomi was able to get! We did a readers theater 🎥 to start!
4 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
In the world of TK2ROCKS the ABC countdown has been so much fun!! I know I missed some letters but I got Q- dress like a royal queen or king, R- retro, T- tie dye, and V- violet!
4 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
I missed a whole.bunch of letters but we had R-retro day, T-tie dye day and V-violet day! I had so much fun this year with the end of year ABC countdown!
4 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Ms. Rudloff
First Grade applied their space systems knowledge during today’s Astronaut Training Camp! We designed landing modules, measures moon rocks, and worked in teams to complete mission control math challenges. I see lots of future engineers, mathematicians, and pilots!
4 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
Julie Osuna
Hello Warner Families, Cal Fire will be at the Resource Center until 5PM today if you would like to be vaccinated.
4 months ago, Julie Osuna
Julie Osuna
More pictures from ASES After School Cooking Club
4 months ago, Julie Osuna
Julie Osuna
ASES Virtual Cooking Club celebrated the year by having a pizza party in person! Our cooking club was a success virtually. A huge thank you to Mrs. Sandra and the parents at home helping to make it happen!
4 months ago, Julie Osuna
Christi Feezell
3rd and 4th grade learned how to make ice cream today!
4 months ago, Christi Feezell
Dani Zurcher-Upson
Hey! Don't forget to wear a FUN HAT tomorrow for the June FFA Dress-Up Days!
4 months ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Christi Feezell
3rd and 4th Grade have been practicing kickball in class PE all year. Today they adventured across the street to the baseball fields and got to play kickball on the big field. We sure had a blast!
4 months ago, Christi Feezell
Dani Zurcher-Upson
FFA June Dress Up Schedule!
4 months ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Michelle Mahood
5th and 6th grade joined our elementary virtual field trip from the garden. We learned about the dairy industry.
4 months ago, Michelle Mahood
Hannah Dimitrov
Pasta challenge completed towers. A fun day in advisory! Chelsea and Rudy were our winners
4 months ago, Hannah Dimitrov
Dani Zurcher-Upson
FFA Members here is your last Picture Point Option for the year. Please turn it in by June 8th!
4 months ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Miss Griggy
During advisory, Mrs. Dimitrov set a challenge: who can make the tallest tower? Materials given: pasta, marshmallow, string, and a little bit of tape!
4 months ago, Miss Griggy
Dani Zurcher-Upson
FFA Members! Make sure to send in your May Picture for an FFA point and Don't forget to join us tomorrow for Virtual Games!
4 months ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Ms. Rudloff
First Grade working hard during their daily math centers! We rotate through written practice, hands on games, and iReady math. At this point in the year, these centers run like clockwork but it takes a lot of practice! Just like math!
4 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
Michelle Mahood
5th Grade wrote a book of trapped stories and we are now published authors!
4 months ago, Michelle Mahood
David MacLeod
Warner Unified is hiring. If you are looking for a job with benefits and enjoy working with children check out our edjoin website. https://www.edjoin.org/Home/Jobs?countyID=0&districtID=663&catID=3
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Dani Zurcher-Upson
FFA MEMBERS Join us June 2nd for our End-Of-The Year BBQ!
4 months ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Dani Zurcher-Upson
Please join the Ag Department for our Spring Advisory Comittee Meeting!
4 months ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Holly Pawlicki
Today, 6th grader Audry was able to help harvest our first ever cabbage. She took it to the cafeteria and Mimi promised to make us some yummy coleslaw! Farm to Table at Warner Elementary!
4 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Kelcy Sutton
With the help of seniors and juniors our School Counselor met with incoming 9th graders today. We went over graduation requirements, A-G classes, dual enrollment with Palomar College and Kumeyaay College and also what extra curricular activities they can participate in.
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Our Warner students doing an amazing job at their Internship today. Thank you owner/Chef Jessica's Tan for this wonderful opportunity. If your passing through Ramona make sure to try Marinade on Maine, and thank them for supporting our students!
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, To improve our school we would like parent input on next years Local Control Accountability Plan(LCAP). Please fill out the following survey: https://forms.gle/2GKm4MYAr9yDCeWs7 Also a reminder that lunches will be sent home on the buses today for online students.
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Holly Pawlicki
6th grade made wind powered cars today in Stem. We were thrilled at how well they worked!
4 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Tiff Lenfers
Basketball we're playing basketball 🏀.
4 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Ms. Rudloff
First Grade learned about the Japanese art of origami! We read about a young boy inspired to learn how to make origami, despite it being very challenging. Turns out it takes practice and a whole lotta patience! We practiced ourselves and made origami ladybugs!
4 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, To improve our school we would like parent input on next years Local Control Accountability Plan(LCAP). Please fill out the following survey: https://forms.gle/2GKm4MYAr9yDCeWs7 Also a reminder that lunches will be sent home on the buses today for online students.
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Thank you Dr.Rodriguez and Bobby Sue Althaus for sharing with our students the classes and opportunities with Kumeyaay College. If anyone is interested please come see Mrs.Sutton to update your Ed plan and what classes you could receive High School and College credit for.
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Ms. Rudloff
Continuing our AAPI stories, First Grade read, “Bilal Cooks Daal” and learned about this essential Indian dish. Then, surprise! Ms. Rudloff made the class homemade daal to try. We practiced using adjectives to help us describe the taste! Nutty, flavorful, and unique!
4 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
Miss Griggy
The best thing about Warner? The COMMUNITY. Coach Rico and Student Tyler used their free time to help Miss Grigorian with an unknown parasitic drain in her car. The culprit: her AC relay. Thank you Coach Rico & Tyler for fixing her car! There's nothing like our Warner family.
4 months ago, Miss Griggy
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks filled the warm fuzzy jar for a second time and decided they wanted pizza for their reward! They earn warm fuzzies for helping, doing something nice for someone, encouraging others, ect. This class is amazing!
4 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Miss Griggy
As we close out this year, juniors are working on group projects, creating movie trailers for various stories we read throughout the year. Analyzing plot, theme, and literary elements, but with a creative twist!
4 months ago, Miss Griggy
David MacLeod
Last Call Dear Warner Parents, CalFire and The San Diego County Public Health Department has approached Warner Unified with an offer to vaccinate students ages 12 to 18 with the Pfizer 2 shot vaccine. The survey is to see what interest there is in the Warner Community for this age group. I understand this is a political topic and I want to emphasize that this survey is only to gauge interest in getting the vaccine. The school believes this is a family decision and only wants to make it convenient for those who do what the vaccine. You can access our survey on website, Warnerusd.net. If you have questions please call the district office at 760-782-3517. https://forms.gle/DSizJLUzdEWiHTcdA
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Hannah Dimitrov
Earlier this week, 8th grade practiced their angle relationships by playing Dance, Dance, Transversal! They did a great job
4 months ago, Hannah Dimitrov
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, CalFire and The San Diego County Public Health Department has approached Warner Unified with an offer to vaccinate students ages 12 to 18 with the Pfizer 2 shot vaccine. The survey is to see what interest there is in the Warner Community for this age group. I understand this is a political topic and I want to emphasize that this survey is only to gauge interest in getting the vaccine. The school believes this is a family decision and only wants to make it convenient for those who do what the vaccine. You can access our survey on website, Warnerusd.net. If you have questions please call the district office at 760-782-3517. https://forms.gle/DSizJLUzdEWiHTcdA
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Holly Pawlicki
Our 6th grade class learned first hand about the life cycle of chickens as we incubated our own eggs and watched them hatch! The chicks are adorable!
4 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks! became pollinators today! We buzzed around the room touching all the flowers with our Cheeto covered bee legs! This was an activity celebrating spring in our Unit 8 ELA.
4 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Jan Krasowski
Romero Britto Pop Art Inspired drawings by 5th and 6th grade art classes. The originals are currently on display in the district office.
4 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
Each week high school art students create an artwork from a list of 73 choices of drawing assignments formulated to improve their rendering and observational skills. These are just a few.
4 months ago, Jan Krasowski
David MacLeod
Warner's weekly reminder that lunches for online students will be dropped off today by the bus after 3 pm.
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Christi Feezell
4th graders created museum exhibits of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake for their unit 8 benchmark projects in ELA!
4 months ago, Christi Feezell
Kelcy Sutton
Can't wait!
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Ms. Rudloff
First Grade has been reading picture books that celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander stories for AAPI Heritage Month. Today we learned that we can find common ground through shared passions. And, of course, we had to draw cool dragons just like the author, Minh Le.
4 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
David MacLeod
Good evening warner Wildcats. The native pride club will be having a donut sale tomorrow Thursday, May 13 during lunchtime. Donuts will be two dollars each and we hope to see you there
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Jan Krasowski
First Grade stopping to look at and smell the roses on our walk up to art class. A special thank you to our groundskeepers for making this possible!
4 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Christi Feezell
3rd Grade is at it again! We saved Fred the Worm in our final “Save Fred” series. Today we made a transportation device to lower him from the ground.
4 months ago, Christi Feezell
Kelcy Sutton
This week is student Mental Health week. School Counselor Mrs.Sutton did a fun presentation about why it's so important to take care of our Mental Health. Ms.Feezell's 3rd grade class did an amazing job!
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Warner students gaining work experience/volunteer hours with Generations Day Care and Generations JADE Garden. These wonderful programs provide employment/job skills to those with disabilities. Our Wildcats are helping getting everything ready for the newest building to open!
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
California Student Mental Health Week #stopthestigma
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Ms. Rudloff
Happy Mother’s Day from First Grade! Last week we learned what florists do and created our own flower arrangements. Today we celebrate anyone who wears that very special mom hat! It’s been a challenging year to parent and we thank you for all you do!
4 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
Kelcy Sutton
Our School Lunch Hero's are the best! Thank you Carla Holt and Azalia King for everything you do. We love you!
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Happy Mother's Day!
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Dani Zurcher-Upson
Warner FFA Rocks! Congratulations to Madi Rombal senior and FFA President for doing amazing at the Liberty and Freedom Jackpot Show!! Great job with your heifer placing 5th in the prospect market show! Keep up the good work! We are so excited for the Ramona Junior Fair in July!
4 months ago, Dani Zurcher-Upson
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks has been doing an ABC countdown to the last day of school! we have had glasses day, hat day, animal day ect....Monday is wear your clothes Inside Out for the letter I!
4 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Kelcy Sutton
Great info!
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jan Krasowski
Fourth Grade layered, textural landscapes. Excellent!
4 months ago, Jan Krasowski
David MacLeod
Dear Online Warner Parents, Reminder that today after 3 pm buses will be dropping off lunches. If you have questions or concerns, please call the district office at 760-782-3517.
4 months ago, David MacLeod
Michelle Mahood
Spring is blooming in the elementary garden! 5th and 6th grade have been hard at work and it shows! Our aquaponic system is up and running, and vegetables in our beds are growing!
4 months ago, Michelle Mahood
Kelcy Sutton
Just a highlight of why Warner Students are the best! When a HS student is strong in Math and steps right in to help out an elementary student. Warner Wildcats are amazing!
4 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, 2020-21 school year has been interesting. As we come to a close we need to plan for the coming year. Each year we hold a meeting to discuss the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). This is where the school helps determines its priorities for the coming school year. With the state giving schools extra monies to mitigate learning loss due to the pandemic, we will also be discuss our plans for the that money and welcome parent input. If you would like to be part of this discussion. Please join our zoom meeting David MacLeod is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting. Topic: LCAP and Expanded Learning Opportunity Grant Plan Time: May 7, 2021 04:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada) Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8975... Meeting ID: 897 5146 2375 Passcode: y8FbS5
5 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Warner Unified is beyond grateful for everything our teachers do! You are loved more than you know❤️
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
May the 4th be with our seniors working hard in Calculus class.
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Another awesome day volunteering and gaining work experience at Generations JADE Garden in Ramona. Our Construction Pathway students will be helping with painting and other projects next week. Thank you owner, Marcie Hayes for partnering with us!
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. #endthestigma
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
May 1st is "Thank a Principal Day". Thank you Mr. MacLeod for everything you do!! We appreciate you!
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Michelle Mahood
5th Grade wrote a book and sent it off to the publisher today! We are published authors!
5 months ago, Michelle Mahood
Jan Krasowski
Under the Sea Porthole Window. Third Grade. Students drew a porthole window, added wood texture ship wall and sea life in pencil, outlined with Sharpie, colored in porthole ring and sea life with crayon, then painted water and wood with watercolor paint. We also learned about coral reefs and symbiotic relationships.
5 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
OP ART High School Art Project Students created an optical illusion that creates movement or tricks the viewer's eye. Great work!
5 months ago, Jan Krasowski
David MacLeod
If you are still looking to get a COVID vaccination, please use the highlighted link below to make an appointment. The information showing the dates and locations was copied from the County Fire/CAL FIRE San Diego Facebook page. Dates and Locations: Thursday April 29th, 2021 at Pine Valley Fire Station 44 ZIP-91962 Friday April 30th, 2021 at the Julian Library ZIP- 92036 Friday April 30th, 2021 at the San Marcos Barn ZIP-92069 Saturday May 1st, 2021 at Valley Center Elem. School ZIP-92082 Sunday May 2nd, 2021at Santee City Hall ZIP-92071 THESE LOCATIONS WILL BE UTILIZING THE JOHNSON & JOHNSON (JANSSEN) VACCINE. Registration Link: https://myturn.ca.gov/
5 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Online Parents, Reminder that lunch delivery will occur by bus today after 3pm.
5 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Excited for our incoming Freshman class!
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Excited for our incoming Freshman class!
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Miss Griggy
Our second speech in Public Speaking: TED Talks! Lester gave us an incredibly informative presentation on the history of bird singing and how it has impacted his life.
5 months ago, Miss Griggy
Christi Feezell
Today 4th grade discovered that mountains won't last forever by exploring how solid rock breaks apart into smaller pieces through a process called weathering.
5 months ago, Christi Feezell
Christi Feezell
3rd grade is back at it again! Today we helped Fred the worm go swimming in the Atlantic Ocean. He cannot swim, so they engineered a submarine to keep him dry.
5 months ago, Christi Feezell
Kelcy Sutton
School Counselor Mrs.Sutton visited 3rd grade with Ms. Feezell's class today. We talked about Kindness and how we can show kindness at school, at home and in our community. We finished with a fun game of "Kindness Bingo".
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Special treat from Mrs.Sutton and Mr.MacLeod Krispy Kreme donuts today. We are proud of our HS students finishing the year strong.
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Our students are gaining work experience and also volunteer hours with Generation's JADE Garden in Ramona.They are looking forward to helping out in any way they can!This amazing new place employs and trains disabled adults/teens and also has fun activities for others to enjoy.
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Holly Pawlicki
6th grade created rubber band helicopters for our stem lesson this week. We learned how energy stored in the rubber band will release to make the helicopter fly.
5 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Holly Pawlicki
6th grade celebrates Earth Day everyday with our garden! Here we are building bed covers to keep pests out of our kale and Brussel sprouts!
5 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Ms. Rudloff
Happy Earth Day! 1st Grade continued their Bodies of Water Unit with a watershed experiment. We also read “We Are Water Protectors” this week and discussed how we can be stewards of the planet - especially our waterways.
5 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks making clocks! Working on how to yell time to the hour! Also practicing fine motor skills!
5 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
Today got to watch our athletic director Coach Rico ref basketball! Lots of fun seeing all the new talent! Looking forward to seeing parents next year at sporting events! I miss all your faces!
5 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Kelcy Sutton
This week during advisory we had guest speaker DEA Agent Rocky. He spoke about the reality and dangers of drug use and also the important choices we face everyday. "You are not born a winner. You are not born a loser. You are born a chooser".
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jan Krasowski
High School Art Realistic and Non-Realistic Self-Portraits Students drew a realistic self portrait paying attention to proportion, shading and contrast for a weekly project. The next week we studied different art movements; Pop-Art, Surrealism, Fauvism, Cubism, Expressionism and Abstraction. The students then created a non-realistic self-portrait based upon the art movements covered.
5 months ago, Jan Krasowski
David MacLeod
Warner Online Parents, Reminder that Lunch delivery will be today at the afternoon bus stops. If you have questions, please call the district office at 760-782-3517
5 months ago, David MacLeod
Christi Feezell
Today 4th graders investigated how differences in lava types (thin & thick) explain differences in the shape and eruption patterns among volcanoes!
5 months ago, Christi Feezell
Christi Feezell
3rd grade is at it again! We are saving Fred the (gummy) worm by helping him cross the Mississippi River. With 1 piece of paper, staples or tape, the students were ask to create the longest bridge they could.
5 months ago, Christi Feezell
Tiff Lenfers
Love our parents at Warner! One brought me scrabble pieces! Our parents rock!
5 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Ms. Rudloff
First Grade mapped out their garden on paper first before planting. We’re growing marigolds, petunias, and calibrachoas! We marked certain plants to observe over time and we’re hoping to watch them grow!
5 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
Kelcy Sutton
Junior colleges provide amazing opportunities! Trade certifications in many fields not just general education classes! We strongly encourage all our students to check this out! Contact School Counselor Mrs.Sutton with any questions. Kelcy.sutton@warnerusd.net
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Order your Yearbook now!
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Holly Pawlicki
6th grade created paper roller coasters today. It was quite the challenge but they persevered!
5 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Kelcy Sutton
School Counselor Mrs.Sutton joined 4th graders in Ms.Spinks class today. We learned about Mindfulness, breathing techniques to calm our brain and body calm and positive affirmations.
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Ms. Rudloff
Today’s “Engineer This!” challenge took inspiration from the new solar panel project that (quite literally) broke ground today! First grade is excited to watch the progress of the real world STEM project happening at our school.
5 months ago, Ms. Rudloff
Kelcy Sutton
This week Juniors started on their post secondary plans project with Mrs.Sutton. Transcript review, personality assessment, Palomar courses Ed plans and researching what colleges/trades schools they will apply to. Also making their senior year check list. Great job!
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Online Parents, Lunches will now be delivered via school buses on Thursdays afternoon bus run. This starts today, same scheduled time like we did on Monday. If you have questions, please call the district office at 760-782-3517.
5 months ago, David MacLeod
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks working on centers and playing with our fabulous aides on the playground!
5 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Christi Feezell
3rd grade tried Minecraft yoga today.
5 months ago, Christi Feezell
Jan Krasowski
Cats and Dogs created by First Grade Artists. Sure is fun to have you back in person!
5 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Christi Feezell
Join 3rd grade on our adventure in saving Fred the Worm as we use our STEM skills. Fred likes adventure and today we had to save him as his boat was capsized and his life vest ended up under his boat. Using 2 paper clips, we had to figure out how to put his life vest back on.
5 months ago, Christi Feezell
David MacLeod
We have two employees of the month for April. Rico Lara is a trooper, he is diligent in his duties in the classroom. He works hard and his patience is unmatched. He also works after hours to ensure Warner has a sports program during the pandemic. Julian Grigorian is our other choice. You can't go anywhere on campus without hearing how great of a job she is doing. She is a great fit for Warner USD.
5 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Student of the month. "Johnny Knoke has improved so much in physical education, as an athlete and team player. He is a true gentleman and deserves to be recognized. " - Coach D. "I picked him from the all the nominations because I have always been impressed with his growth mindset. " - Dave MacLeod
5 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
School Counselor Mrs.Sutton visited 3rd Ms. Freezel today! We learned about Mindfulness and practiced different breathing techniques to help our brains and body be calm.
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade kicked off their spring gardening unit with an investigation of wildflowers. We used magnifying glasses to help us identify the different parts and labeled our picture.
5 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Kelcy Sutton
All these amazing Wildcats are all enrolled in Palomar Courses. Josh is working on his AA degree in Fire Science and currently enrolled in 3 courses. Madi, Jayton and Rudy are enrolled in two courses, and Juan is enrolled in three. Noah is taking a Cyber Security course. WOW!!
5 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, The lunch deliveries going forward are only for online students only. Sorry for any confusion.
5 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, The lunch delivery today will be moved from noon to the afternoon bus run. The bus driver will have your lunches and will be dropping them off at the following locations: Lake Henshaw 3:19 pm SY 3:29 pm LC 3:22 pm Ranchita 4:07 pm Sunrise Summit Store 4:12 pm Paradise Valley Trailer Park 3:57 pm If you have questions or concerns, please call the district office at 760-782-3517
5 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Hello Warner Parents, Reminder that we return from Spring Break on Monday. Monday is also school picture make up day. We also will be doing lunch delivery for the previous spring break. Call the district office if you have questions 760.782.3517.
5 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
If you are over 50 or know someone who is and they want to get vaccinated with the Johnson & Johnson shot on April 10th at the Warner Springs Community Resource Center 30950 Highway 79, Warner Springs CA 92086 click here to register: Saturday April 10th https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/9910246101
6 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Want some Warner Gear, check out the online store.: https://warnerwildcats-s21.itemorder.com/sale
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Holly Pawlicki
Huge shout out to the 5th & 6th grade classes who helped stuff and hide 1800 eggs!
6 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that today we are doing a special lunch pickup at the school for Spring Break from 10 am to 12 pm. Please come to the school to get your food. If you have questions call the district office at 760-782-3517.
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Christi Feezell
3rd grade got to try 3 different flavored Peeps and do an opinion writing on their favorite flavor. We also had a blast during the Easter egg hunt!
6 months ago, Christi Feezell
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade enjoyed the annual egg hunt - big thanks to 5th and 6th grade! We’ve also been working on features of informational texts so we made a timeline showing the day in the life of the Easter Bunny! What do you think she eats for breakfast? Chocolate covered carrots?
6 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Holly Pawlicki
These awesome 6th graders helped Miss Karla from PTCC stuff eggs during the power outage! PTCC brought them a treat for their hard work!
6 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Julie Osuna
Preschool had so much fun Easter egg hunting!
6 months ago, Julie Osuna
Kelcy Sutton
Warner 2021 FFA week! It's superhero dress up day! Mr.MacLeod, Mrs.Sutton and FFA President Madi Rombal showing some spirit.
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Michelle Mahood
5th grade was busy in the elementary garden today! Students installed a drip irrigation system and put those STEM buildings skills to use to building garden beds covers.
6 months ago, Michelle Mahood
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks made Easter bags for the annual Easter hunt, and we are learning about Laura Numeroff! We have read 4 books from this author. We are learning how to write in small spaces! We also took a poll on which book we liked best! Their Author study page will grow as we read!
6 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Jenny Rudloff
Colorful Fact Family Peeps from First Grade! Who’s ready to have one of these yummy, marshmallowy treats?
6 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Chermaine Osuna
2nd grade is learning to read time on an analog clock. So we made our own clocks today to help us!
6 months ago, Chermaine Osuna
Miss Griggy
Our first presentation day for Public Speaking was respectfully heated...as it should be! Debate day included topics such as juvenile delinquency, animal testing, gun rights, and the best guitar brands.
6 months ago, Miss Griggy
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, This Friday we will be doing a special lunch pickup for Spring Break. All families are welcome to come and pick up a weeks worth of food from 10 am to 12 pm on Friday April 2nd. Just come to the school and enter the line to the cafeteria. If you are unable to drive, please call the school to let us know. 760-782-3517
6 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear County Fire CERT and Community Partners, We have some exciting news to share and are hoping you will help us promote the upcoming Julian Vaccination Clinic scheduled for this Friday (see details below). Operation Collaboration Vaccination Clinic Details: Date: Friday, April 02, 2021 Time: 9:00am to 6:00pm Location: Julian County Branch Library - 1850 Highway 78, Julian, CA 92036 Vaccine: Johnson & Johnson Notes: This site and registration link (see below) has NOT been posted publicly yet as Operation Collaboration is trying to reach as many rural community residents as possible. Registration Link: https://www.caprepmod.org/reg/4569190721 If you know of a senior in our communities or someone that needs assistance registering (due to no computer or internet) they can call me on the phone number below. I can help them register for an appointment. Thank you in advance for helping us to promote the Julian Vaccination Clinic! Teresa Greenhalgh County Fire CERT Coordinator Community Risk Reduction San Diego County Fire Protection District (619) 857-8050 cell
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Jan Krasowski
Kandinsky inspired concentric circles created by 4th grade today during our first in-person art class this school year. This is part of a larger all school project which will be displayed in the district office. I was so impressed with their work that I had to share.
6 months ago, Jan Krasowski
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Dear Warner Parents, Here is a link to our new bus schedules starting on Monday, March 29th. You can also find it on our website under the parent/transportation section. https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/1185397/Bus_Routes_Spring_2021.pdf
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Danielle Zurcher
NEXT WEEK IS FFA WEEK!! SEE FLYER FOR DETAILS AND DRESS UP DAYS!
6 months ago, Danielle Zurcher
David MacLeod
reminder to Warner online students, Lunches will be delivered today at noon. Students attending school in-person next week will be fed breakfasr and lunch at school each day. if you can't make it to the pickup please call the district office at 760.782.3518.
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Tina Mancino
The sixth graders stuffed candy for the Egg Hunt on April 1st. Thank you to all who donated.
6 months ago, Tina Mancino
Jenny Rudloff
If there’s one thing first grade has learned this year, it’s how to “pivot.”No electricity? No problem. We ran our Zoom lesson on Ms. Rudloff’s phone and did our rainy day experiment together. Swipe for instructions to try this one at home!
6 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parent and staff, Due to this unexpected power outage we will be sending all students home at noon. We want to alert parents due to this outage our phone service is down. If you need to get ahold of the school please call or text my work cell at 442.226.1018. Sorry for the inconvenience. Dave MacLeod
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Jenny Rudloff
This morning first grade painted springtime magnets followed by a little “spring cleaning.” You may be surprised but first graders love washing dishes at the sink - it must be the sponges and bubbles. I promise there’s little smiles under those masks. :)
6 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Michelle Mahood
5th Grade han a virtual presentation today from I love a Clean San Diego! We learned about food webs and marine ecosystems and the environmental impact our actions have on these systems.
6 months ago, Michelle Mahood
Kelcy Sutton
One of our Wildcats has a job interview today. Ironing his interview attire and with some help from fellow students he was able to practice possible interview questions. Proud of you Josh!
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Hannah Dimitrov
The junior class organized their own banana bread bake off today. It was very fun and delicious! Congrats to Juan, our winner!
6 months ago, Hannah Dimitrov
Kelcy Sutton
Today during advisory we had Jordyn Bedoya from Paul Mitchell the School of Temecula. They offer Cosmetology, barbering and esthetics. Text 951-221-8911 for additional information.
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jan Krasowski
Freshman Art 1, 2nd section, 3rd Trimester A get (re) acquainted project Lesson Goals- Create a contour drawing of a shoe, Divide the background in an interesting way and create pattern designs in each space created by dividing. A pattern design can be repeated once. Great work from a great class!
6 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
Second post of graduates: We are so proud of our March graduates! Mr.MacLeod and Mrs.Sutton made the rounds to Santa Ysabel, Lake Henshaw and even Murrieta. Cards signed by staff, custom cookies and balloons were all hand delivered. Way to go Wildcats!
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
We are so proud of our March senior graduates! Mr.Macleod and Mrs.Sutton made the rounds from Santa Ysabel to Murrieta and many stops in between delivering balloons,cards signed by staff and yummy custom cookies. Can't wait to celebrate more in June!
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that today at noon is a lunch delivery. if you are unable to pick up please let the district office know at 760.782.3517.
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Today these amazing middle school students made and posted messages around campus:)
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
A Green Saint Paddy Day's lunch for preschool.
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade built leprechaun traps in the morning and then put together a pot of gold celebrating their personal “treasures.” What do you treasure? In first grade, we love our pets!
6 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Kelcy Sutton
Today during advisory we had guest speaker: Kyle Dillingham admissions representative from Universal Training Institute (UTI). They offer everything from mechanical, welding to aircraft mechanic programs. Another amazing option for our Wildcats!
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Danielle Zurcher
UPDATE Chapter Meeting MOVED TO THURSDAY 3/18
6 months ago, Danielle Zurcher
Danielle Zurcher
HEY FFA MEMBERS- Don't forget Chapter Meeting Tomorrow!
6 months ago, Danielle Zurcher
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents & Staff, Due to the snow fall and icy road conditions we will be doing online learning for Tuesday March 16th. Have a good night.
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Patrick Humphrey
Jayton Chapman is picking up his intro to programming Python and running with it! He designed a prime number fact-checking calculator. See attached image for full script.
6 months ago, Patrick Humphrey
Tiff Lenfers
Leprechaun traps have commenced! Hoping we can catch one! Miss Tiff wants a smart board! Will post finished traps later today!
6 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Kelcy Sutton
Awesome Job Wildcats! We are proud of you! Anthony, Santana, Rubyanne, Antonio, Ayden and Abby.
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that we are delivering lunches today at noon. if you are unable to make it for pickup, please let the district office know. 760.782.3517
6 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Due to road conditions off the main highways we don't expect good turn out for lunch pickup. Forr this reason we will move the lunch delivery to Monday. There will also be no preschool today.
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Danielle Zurcher
Congratulations to our FFA Members who competed in this years SD Section Speech Contest!
6 months ago, Danielle Zurcher
Kelcy Sutton
Today during advisory we had guest speaker, Anna Kei from Cal Poly SLO. Anna shared the many opportunities and majors Cal Poly has to offer. Thank you Anna!
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents and staff, Due to the snow fall that is expected tonight and tomorrow, school will be online for Thursday, March 11th. Stay warm wildcats.
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Middle/High School T3 Bell Schedule
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Check out this opportunity!
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Warner Parents & Staff, With the winter storm warning for tonight, Warner Unified will switch to online learning for Wednesday March 10th. Students are expected to be attending their online classes. Stay warn everyone.
6 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Senior Jayton Chapman was officially accepted to Cal State San Marcos!!! We are so proud of you Jayton!
6 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Ricardo Lara
3rd Trimester Warner Sports
6 months ago, Ricardo Lara
Jan Krasowski
Four Warner High art students, Destiny Castellano, Jocelyn Estrada, Chelsea Wood, Madilyn Rombal, have been selected to have their artworks displayed at the Arts Empower Mega Rally Encore: Student Spotlight event, March 11, 2021 from 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm! You are welcome to attend this free event. Please register at the link below and feel free to share the registration link with teachers, family, and community members! https://sdcoe.k12oms.org/1023-197998.
6 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
Art spotlight- Artwork created by Tessa Paipa, sophomore. Produced during the last four weeks of Art 1 class.
6 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Tiff Lenfers
Sports Sports Sports!!!!! Check it out!
6 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Kelcy Sutton
Cassidy Mahood is a Computer Pathway Capstone Completer. She is also already currently enrolled in Child Development 100 at Palomar College. In the fall she plans on attending Mt.San Jacinto College then transferring to a four year college to pursue her teaching credential.
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Steven Ramirez is finishing his High School Career with a 3.28 GPA! He is also a CTE AG Pathway Capstone Completer. Steven is interested in pursuing a career as a Chef and is excited to start his next steps! Congrats Steven!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Yahir was a CTE Ag Pathway Capstone completer. Yahir is always kind, respectful and is admired by the staff at Warner. He plans on attending either ABC Trade School or ETI. We know whatever Yahir decides to pursue he will be unstoppable! Proud of you Yahir!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Jaden Wenhold is finishing his High School career with a 3.38 GPA! He plans on attending ETI and also working in the construction field. Jaden will succeed in whatever he puts his mind too. Congrats Jaden!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Lennard was the first Wildcat to complete the six courses of our CTE Information Technology Pathway. He was also a dual Ag Pathway capstone completer. Lennard is already enrolled and is currently taking two Palomar Courses working towards his A.S. Degree in Cybersecurity.
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Eduardo we are beyond proud of you! Eduardo will be attending Universal Technical Institute starting in July focusing on Auto Mechanics.
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Warner High School is proud to announce we have seven seniors who graduated early! Even with the pandemic these amazing students completed their High School Diploma and are already starting on their post secondary goals!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Jade Larsen finished her High School Career with a 3.72 GPA! She will be attending Cal State San Marcos in the fall majoring in Psychology. Jade would like to have a career in the Mental Health Field. We are so proud of you Jade!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
High School: Your T3 schedules will be emailed to you on Friday.
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Warner Unified recently had some trees trimmed or removed. If you are interested in some free firewood come to the school. Bring a truck and some helpers and load up. Please check in at the district office so they can tell you where to load up.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, This is a reminder that tomorrow, March 4th will be Adverse Weather Make-up day. It will be virtual school for grade levels K-12, there will be no person instruction. Also a reminder that Friday is a teacher work day. There will be no extra tutorials or online help on Friday. Lunches will be delivered as normal. Preschool will still be in-person for Thursday and Friday.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
​Dear Warner Parents, Here is a link to an important message concerning Warner elementary school hours. There is a Spanish version after the English version. https://tinyurl.com/y8dc896s ​Thank you, Dave MacLeod
7 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Today during Advisory Warner Alumni Leianna Hill and Admissions Advisor from OTIS College presented to our High Schools students. Leianna shared her wonderful experiences she has had at OTIS and also her amazing art work. We are so proud of you Leianna!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Reminder!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Visited first grade during their engineering time! Great job Wildcats!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Holly Pawlicki
Elementary Team celebrating Read Across America and showing school spirit!
7 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Kelcy Sutton
Wonderful Opportunity! Contact Mrs. Sutton if you would like more information. Kelcy.sutton@warnerusd.net
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Christi Feezell
3rd grade is reading The Lorax. We are learning why trees are important and how we can be kind to the Earth.
7 months ago, Christi Feezell
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that today is Read Across America. Students will receive a free book in class. Online students can come to the Warner High School Library from 3 to 4 pm today to receive a free book.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
Michelle Mahood
Today was crazy hair day for elementary! Don't forget tomorrow is wear green and show school spirit!
7 months ago, Michelle Mahood
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade started a Forms of Energy Unit last week and is experimenting with light energy! What makes a shadow grow or change? Where does it even come from? Hmm...
7 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Jenny Rudloff
Happy Crazy Hair Day! Elementary is celebrating Read Across America with a wacky spirit week. Remember, tomorrow is WEAR GREEN! Go Wildcats!
7 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Kelcy Sutton
New Month New Week New Goals
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Seniors if you need help with your FAFSA Mrs.Sutton can help! Kelcy.sutton@warnerusd.net
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Important Dates
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Attention seniors signed up for the Palomar Promise!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that we are doing lunch deliveries today. If you cannot make it please call the district office at 760-782-3517 to cancel your lunches. Thank you
7 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, To celebrate Read Across America the Warner Library will be giving a free book to any Warner student or siblings on Tuesday March 2nd. Students who attend school on campus will receive a book in class during the morning and the online or distance learners are welcome to come to the Library for your free book 3:00-4:00 pm. Please wear your mask, hand sanitizer is available here. Please practice social distancing. Any questions please call Sabrina 760-782-3517 ext 241 Looking forward to seeing all of you there.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
Michelle Mahood
Next week is Read Across America week! Get your books ready and let's have some fun!
7 months ago, Michelle Mahood
Patrick Humphrey
Our Warner Library will be giving a free book 3:00-4:00 pm March 2nd. Please wear your mask. Questions? Contact Sabrina Finn 760-782-3517 ext 241
7 months ago, Patrick Humphrey
Miss Griggy
“We shall meet in the place where there is no darkness.” ― George Orwell, 1984 As seniors reach their final days of high school, we finish George Orwell's prescient classic 1984!
7 months ago, Miss Griggy
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks did our Valentines Day party today! One of our social studies standards is celebrating holidays and events! We had a blast!
7 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Kelcy Sutton
ATTENTION
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
More awesome news rolling in! Senior Madi Rombal just received news she was accepted into Fresno State and Cal Poly SLO! Congrats Madi!!!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Middle/High School started a "SHOUT OUT" board! Teachers and staff wanted to acknowledge the amazing things our Warner students are doing during these difficult times. Way to go Wildcats! We are so proud of you!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that we are still doing online school for MOnday and Tuesday. We will return Wednesday. Also , we will be delivering lunches on Monday and Friday this week.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that there is no lunch delivery today because of the holiday. There will be deliveries on Monday and Friday of next week.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Families that missed their lunch pickup can pick them up at the school on Tuesday. Please call before coming so they can have them ready for you.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Two quick reminders, next week there is no school as we have a week off. Today at noon we will be delivering lunches. Please call the district office if you can't make it. 760-782-3517
7 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Friday's make up picture day has been postponed. We will let you know the new date once it has been determined. Again no picture day tomorrow.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
Christi Feezell
3rd grade enjoying reading time, learning we can balance things, and practicing our multiplication facts with doughnut cards!
7 months ago, Christi Feezell
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade “Love Bugs” wishing you a warm, happy Valentine’s Day! We’re also practicing using kind words by making Valentine Gram videos for our class on Flipgrid this week.
7 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, This is Dave MacLeod with an important message. We just learned that we had a positive COVID-19 case on campus. We have reached out and quarantined the students and staff that have come in contact with this person. As a safeguard we will pivot to online learning for the remainder of the week, next week is scheduled vacation and we will remain online for Monday and Tuesday of the following week. Returning to school on Wednesday February 24th, thus giving us 2 weeks to ensure there aren’t any other cases with very little loss in the way of instruction. We are loading the elementary students to go home now at their regular time, but we will be sending middle school and high school home at noon as well. If you have questions or concerns please call the district office at 760-782-3517. Stay Safe
7 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
If you are struggling or are worried about a loved one, Care Solace can help you find Mental Health and substance use treatment options matched to your needs. Care Solace is at no charge. Please contact our School Counselor Kelcy Sutton with any additional questions.
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Check out this great opportunity!
7 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that we are delivering lunches today at noon. If you can't make it or would like to be added to the list, please call the district office at 760-782-3517. Have a good day.
7 months ago, David MacLeod
Tiff Lenfers
Spanish Club fundraiser!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Dobbie Madeyski
Lucas Vanderstaay in PE
8 months ago, Dobbie Madeyski
Tiff Lenfers
Today was Global Play Day and World Read Aloud Day. We shared our favorite books! We had pop up books, find the item books, horses, and Dr Seuss! We build a zoo, danced, and made words with playdoh. Happy Global Play Day and World Read Aloud Day from TK2ROCKS!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Christi Feezell
3rd grade celebrated Global School Play Day by learning new break break activities with Coach D as well as doing Math outside with chalk!
8 months ago, Christi Feezell
Carl Focarelli
Triple Angle Bench with reclaimed wood. Great work from the Construction class!
8 months ago, Carl Focarelli
Tiff Lenfers
Happy Groundhog Day from TK2Rocks! We couldn't decide if we thought the video of today's prediction was a little weird or super funny! Either way we learned about his shadow and that his teeth don't stop growing!!!!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that today at noon we will be doing lunch delivery. We will also be delivering this Friday as usual.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Elementary students! Our School Counselor Mrs.Sutton and Art Teacher Mrs. K have put together another group of SEL/Art activities for you. Please be sure to check out your choice boards or ask your teacher for these fun activities! This months topic is: Conflict Resolution.
8 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jenny Rudloff
Greetings from the First Grade Arctic Research Base! Along with our animal investigations, we learned about the cool colors of the Aurora Borealis!
8 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Jan Krasowski
Art Spotlight Art Student Tessa P., Sophomore An excellent student and talented artist
8 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
Parents Anonymous recently launched the California Parent & Youth Helpline and Online Parents Anonymous® Support Groups in response to COVID-19 to provide free emotional support to parents and youth in any language 7 days a week 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at 1-855-4A PARENT. You are not alone; help is available.
8 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that lunches will not be delivered today but instead on Monday. Have a good day.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents and staff, Tomorrow will once again be 100% online. Due to the heavy rains and flooding due Thursday night we will be delivering lunches on Monday.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
Photography in After School Program for grades 9-12th is open! If your student is interested please contact Mr. Abraham or Ms. Julie to sign out a camera! 📸
8 months ago, Julie Osuna
Julie Osuna
Today in our virtual after school program cooking club we made pizza croissants. Keep up the good work Lila, Paige and Mykah! If your student would like to participate please call Ms. Julie at the District office! We would love to have more chefs join us!
8 months ago, Julie Osuna
Holly Pawlicki
6th grade set 3rd quarter goals today using Padlet before we jumped into learning about Ancient Greece with a Kahoot!, Video and Doodle Notes!
8 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Tiff Lenfers
TK2ROCKS finding and making 2D and 3D shapes in the snow! We are also working on our classwork! TK2Rocks!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Dear Warner parents & staff, Due to poor road conditions in certain areas of the district we will continue with 100% online lessons for Wednesday. We will assess the situation tomorrow at 6 pm and let you know the plan for Thursday. Have a good evening.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents and staff, Due to the winter storm we will be doing 100% online instruction for Tuesday, Jan 26th. At 6 pm tomorrow, you will receive an update on the plan for Wednesday. Stay warm wildcats.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Dobbie Madeyski
Mountain Biking in Coach D PE class
8 months ago, Dobbie Madeyski
David MacLeod
Warner Parents and staff, Due to the winter storm that is forecast for tonight we will be switching to 100% online for Monday. We will let you know what the plan will be for Tuesday tomorrow evening. Have a good night and stay warm.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Next week is scheduled for large amounts of rain and snow. Depending on how that plays out we will have in-person school or switch to online learning for those days. We will let you know depending on what occurs. Students are expected to attend either model. We will only close school if we have large areas of power outage. We are also doing a climate survey and need input from parents. If you haven't filled out the survey yet, please do so: Middle/High: https://www.pbisassessment.org/Anon/tfe106hX3W0 Elementary: https://www.pbisassessment.org/Anon/u9e106RX3W0
8 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Quick reminder that today is picture day at the school for online students or students who missed yesterday's picture day. Also we will be delivering lunches today at noon at our regular location. If you can't be there to pick up please call the district office.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
*Reminder* Picture Day for Students enrolled in Distant Learning is tomorrow, Friday January 22nd from 8am- 2pm in the High School gym. Blank forms will be available to you in the gym if you need one. Please remember to wear your mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions please call the District Office at 760-782-3517
8 months ago, Julie Osuna
Carl Focarelli
Great work by Lucas, Josh and Julian!! Repurposed pallet wood. Great job boys!!
8 months ago, Carl Focarelli
Kelcy Sutton
Today our students that took the ASVAB were able to login and review the Career Exploration components of the test. Students were able to look at their skills and interests and what careers align specifically to them. Thank you Petty Officer Stone for taking the time for our Warner students. We greatly appreciate it!
8 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Tiff Lenfers
Hi sweet Warner Families! Today is one of those Mountain kids are beasts days! It is freezing outside and they are out here running around like it is 80 degrees!!!! TK2ROCKS!!!!!!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
Today is the last day of "As the iReady Turns." We thought we would share our favorite thing about iReady! The Cat stacker! This test was hard and it tried to trick us but we conquered it! TK2ROCKS!!!!!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Come join the Warner team. Warner USD is currently looking for the following positions: High School Receptionist Bus Driver Bus Driver Sub https://www.edjoin.org/Home/Jobs?countyID=0&districtID=663&catID=3
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
Hello Warner Families! Don’t forget Picture Day for students that attend in Person will be tomorrow January 21st. Picture Day for students enrolled in Distant Learning will Be Friday January 22nd from 8am- 2pm in the high school gym. Please remember to wear your mask and practice social distancing. If you have any questions please call the District office at 760-782-3517
8 months ago, Julie Osuna
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Sorry for the early call. There will be school today. Please dress your kids for the weather.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Due to the high wind and flood warning we are going to send home all middle school and high school students today at noon. As there are reports of power outages already there will be no instruction for any student in the afternoon. Preschool students are available to be pickup as soon as the parents can get here. We will update you on tomorrow as soon as we learn more. Thank you.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Please do this survey:)
8 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
TK/Kinder having fun with Coach D!
8 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Tiff Lenfers
Today in "As the iReady Turns" we did math. Some of the questions were hard, but we didn't let it trick us. We also built things. I only got 1 picture of the marble maze and none of the legos! But a good Thursday!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
So today in "As the iReady Turns" we had to discuss that we needed to actually listen to the story AND only answer the questions based on the words of the story, not add our own thoughts. By the time we were done, we were too tired to move or our brains hurt! Smarter every day!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Julie Osuna
**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
8 months ago, Julie Osuna
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, Reminder that we are delivering lunches today at noon.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Holly Pawlicki
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.
8 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
Chermaine Osuna
2nd grade students read about Bridges the last two days and then they had to build one. They made a beam bridge!! Good job !!!
8 months ago, Chermaine Osuna
Kelcy Sutton
YOU ARE VALUED!
8 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
You are enough!
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade is playing a new socially distant math game this week - Lego Build It! Practicing addition and using ten frames.
8 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Kelcy Sutton
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!
8 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Tiff Lenfers
iReady testing and resting after! We were asked some really hard questions today! Like which word is the word maintenance! Phew but no tears! They just said its trying to trick me right! TK2Rocks!!!!
8 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
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
8 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Every Warner classroom and office now has a brand new air filter cleaning the air and removing aerosols.
8 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Proud of our Wildcats! Good luck on the ASVAB!
8 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Some talented artists at Warner. Good job Cali-Bella Carlon!
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, reminder that lunch delivery is today at noon.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, We are offering free dental at the school again this Friday the 8th. Please see attached flyer.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Already Progress Grades!
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Attention High School Students!
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
See you Tuesday Wildcats!
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that Monday January 4th is a teacher work day. School will resume on Tuesday. Have a good day.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents, Reminder that Monday January 4th is a teacher work day. School will resume on Tuesday. Have a good day.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Reminder Warner parents that lunch pickup is at noon today at the school cafeteria.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
Robyn Hall
Leaving preschool in good hands with Ms. Leticia and Miss Diana . ❤️
9 months ago, Robyn Hall
David MacLeod
Tommy came in to get his gift today.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
College acceptance letters/emails are rolling in!!! Nothing like seeing a students face beaming under a mask and fun celebration dance to take in this huge accomplishment. Madi we are beyond proud of you and no matter where you decide to go you will continue to be successful! Your a one of a kind!
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Today during advisory for all High School Students: Gabrielle, Pedro and George from Indian Health presented about Mental Health and the many resources available. Thank you for taking the time to share and support our students.
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Tiff Lenfers
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!
9 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
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!
9 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Chermaine Osuna
2nd grade made ornaments together today! Merry Christmas and Happy New year to all!!
9 months ago, Chermaine Osuna
Jenny Rudloff
And that’s a (gift) wrap for 2020! Have a healthy, happy holidays from the elementary team. We’ll see you in the New Year!
9 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
David MacLeod
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
9 months ago, David MacLeod
Rhonda Hill
Students and staff will surely miss our Preschool teacher, Robyn Hall who along with her family, are embarking on a new adventure.
9 months ago, Rhonda Hill
Jan Krasowski
We have a small high school art class this Trimester but big in talent!
9 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade read Hanukkah Bear this week followed with an Art Hub 4 Kids directed drawing of a cartoon bear. Students could choose whichever holiday accessories they wanted to decorate their bear. Happy Holidays from Room 2!
9 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
David MacLeod
Here are more 3rd grades with their new bikes.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Ms. Osuna got Bikes for Kids to come to Warner and donate bicycles to all the 3rd graders. Ms. Feezell and Ms. Osuna surprised 3rd grades and their parents today with their new bikes.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Virtual presentation for Parents: Suicide Prevention
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Miss Griggy
As we dive further into Agatha Christie’s novel, “And Then There Were None,” students are analyzing character’s personalities and motives with an engaging art project: Driver’s Licenses. Accompanied by a short essay.
9 months ago, Miss Griggy
Robyn Hall
Preschool celebrating holiday theme
9 months ago, Robyn Hall
David MacLeod
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.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Please share
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Seniors!!!
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
We got this Wildcats!
9 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Danielle Zurcher
FFA members had a blast playing virtual family feud holiday style!
9 months ago, Danielle Zurcher
David MacLeod
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
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Dear Warner Parents and staff,, Power is back on and we will have school today. Excited to be back.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Reminder that lunch delivery will be occurring today at noon for last week.
9 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
Chermaine Osuna
2nd grade presented some of their animal reports this week in class. The students did a wonderful job researching and creating their animals!
10 months ago, Chermaine Osuna
Jenny Rudloff
First graders start the day with an engineering challenge. Kelly made monkey bars, Silas made a roving playground, and TeAsia made a ladder and slide. How would you design a playground?
10 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
David MacLeod
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.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
Blanca Sanchez
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.
10 months ago, Blanca Sanchez
Tiff Lenfers
Miss Diamond our class elf showed up today. We are not sure how comfortable she is right now but we are taking good care of her! We read the ELF book and are ready to be the best TK2ROCKS class ever!!!!Happy December Warner!!!!
10 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
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.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
Dobbie Madeyski
Middle School Hike to the W with masks
10 months ago, Dobbie Madeyski
David MacLeod
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.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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
10 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
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.
10 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Miss Griggy
In preparation for reading Agatha Christie's murder mystery, "And Then There Were None," today 9th graders had in-depth conversation on dichotomies & determining justice. These are some basic notes I took while the students discussed. Excited to see how their views develop!
10 months ago, Miss Griggy
Robyn Hall
Preschool doing their daily morning meeting and learning about why we celebrate Thanksgiving and to be thankful and making our turkey handprint
10 months ago, Robyn Hall
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks has been working on characters using the book Turkey Trouble, sharing homework with siblings, subtraction many different ways, and writing what we are thankful for! The writing says; I am thankfulf for my owl to snuggle with me! TK2ROCKS!!!!!!
10 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Kelcy Sutton
Palomar Spring schedule is up! If you are interested in taking a Palomar class contact Mrs.Sutton ASAP! Kelcy.sutton@warnerusd.net
10 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Chermaine Osuna
2nd grade has discovered how to change the background on our google meet. We can dream about being in space, or camping in an airstream, or at the beach on an island. Having some fun and learning more about google and all it can do for us!
10 months ago, Chermaine Osuna
Christi Feezell
3rd grade is on fire with their reading. We are now up to 1,100 books read on Epic and even more in the classroom. We are transitioning back to online learning with ease as we all know our expectations.
10 months ago, Christi Feezell
David MacLeod
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 david.macleod@warnerusd.net. Stay Safe Dave MacLeod Superintendent
10 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Warner lunch delivery in 2 hours.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
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10 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks making snow gauges, 50 state gingerbread project, and realizing we can reach the bars!
10 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Jan Krasowski
First Trimester Art 1 projects. Thanks for being a great class.
10 months ago, Jan Krasowski
David MacLeod
Last chance to sign up for dental services for tomorrow. See attachment
10 months ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
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!
10 months ago, Julie Osuna
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, reminder in honor of Veterans day there is no school tomorrow.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
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.sutton@warnerusd.net Don't forget to submit your FAFSA and Palomar Promise!
10 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
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10 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
10 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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. ​
10 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
High School students check your email and advisory google classroom.
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Jan Krasowski
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!
11 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
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!
11 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
Please look over this resource ❤️
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Julie Osuna
In honor of Native American Month Ms. Julie gave a the after school program cooking club a presentation on making Shawii. Shawii is a traditional food made with acorns by the indigenous people of our area. The students learned about the tools used and how to process acorns.
11 months ago, Julie Osuna
Miss Griggy
As we come to a close on our Career Exploration class, students are spending this week presenting their final projects. They needed to create an ideal roadmap of their lives including: higher education, career opptions, specific places they wanted to live, & future lifestyles.
11 months ago, Miss Griggy
Jenny Rudloff
Learning about the election on a first grade level! Would you like to be President someday? Working on sounding out words to spell is the first step there! :)
11 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Hannah Dimitrov
Attention WUSD and voters!
11 months ago, Hannah Dimitrov
Robyn Hall
Preschool Halloween dance party, name puzzle, making candy candy, spiders handprint what a fun day
11 months ago, Robyn Hall
Tiff Lenfers
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.
11 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
More trunk or trick
11 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Boo
11 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
More ghouls and ghosts
11 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Trick or trunk party, happening now till 6pm.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Robyn Hall
Preschool Celebration and Parade
11 months ago, Robyn Hall
Kelcy Sutton
On Thursday we had the Electrical Training Institute (ETI) present to our High School students and now ETI is offering a great virtual event! This will take place on Monday November 9th @10am. If you are interested in applying for an apprenticeship check this out!
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Robyn Hall
Preschool counting, categorizing colors, making our feet and measuring and describing the pumpkins
11 months ago, Robyn Hall
David MacLeod
Warner Reminder, We are delivering lunches today at noon and we have the Trunk of Treat today at 4 pm to 6 pm.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Tiff Lenfers
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!
11 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
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!
11 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Kelcy Sutton
Great info from SDCOE
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
You got this!!
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
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: cmarquez@sdett.org
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Julie Osuna
Chef Crystal with her Halloween themed rice crispy treats! 🎃 it looks SPOOKTACULAR!!
11 months ago, Julie Osuna
Julie Osuna
After School has been busy this week celebrating Halloween crafting and cooking!
11 months ago, Julie Osuna
David MacLeod
2nd Grade decorating our sidewalks during recess. Lots of Among Us characters. They came to show me but I was in meetings all day. Got to come out and see them once everyone left. I'll thank 2nd grade tomorrow morning for bringing some color.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
2nd Grade decorating our sidewalks during recess. Lots of Among Us characters. They came to show me but I was in meetings all day. Got to come out and see them once everyone left. I'll thank 2nd grade tomorrow morning for bringing some color.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
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
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade playing their first math game, Race to 100, social distance style! We learned respectful game playing like taking turns and giving our friends the “benefit of the doubt” when they make mistakes.
11 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
David MacLeod
No cost Dental services are available to Warner students. Call 619.540.0875 or email stjohnsarah5@gmail.com about services. This service will be at the school November 12th and 13th.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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 .
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
The first day back at Warner for in person learning and Mr. Dave is helping out with the cleaning!
11 months ago, Julie Osuna
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks! Is working on social distancing. Its tough but we did try. We are working on our tablets or building something cool during individual student time.
11 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
First day back for elementary. Went really well and it was good to see the kids back. We assume they were smilimg under their masks, hard to tell.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
First day back for elementary. Went really well and it was good to see the kids back. We assume they were smiles under their masks.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade crafted together today and made Ms. Rudloff’s favorite yearly holiday project - the mysterious and random, Candy Corn Guy! Notice the individuality of our Candy Corn friends.
11 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Miss Griggy
Using Pixar short films such as "Geri's Game," and "For the Birds," 9th graders are diagramming plot structure, noting the significant events, climax, exposition, and resolution. Having soooo much fun!
11 months ago, Miss Griggy
Christi Feezell
3rd grade is on a roll with their reading. We are at 900 books read so far since August!
11 months ago, Christi Feezell
Julie Osuna
Check out Paige, Mya and Lila!! Cooking Club made Monster Eye Meatballs out of Ground beef, Italian sausage links and mozzarella cheese. Each student seasoned and baked them!! Thanks again to the parents helping at home. We appreciate you! Next week Menu: Halloween Rice Crispy Treats! 🎃
11 months ago, Julie Osuna
Julie Osuna
Girl Scouts have been working hard on their gourd painting! Our theme this year is The Nightmare Before Christmas.
11 months ago, Julie Osuna
Kelcy Sutton
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!
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Robyn Hall
Mr. Dave came to share with us how to properly wash our hands, with a science experiment.
11 months ago, Robyn Hall
Rhonda Hill
Having fun with our Arts n Crafts in the After School Program.
11 months ago, Rhonda Hill
Chermaine Osuna
2nd grade finished our math chapter on place value with these fun creations! We had a blast!!
11 months ago, Chermaine Osuna
Chermaine Osuna
2nd grade finished Unit 2 with nature self-portraits and wrote about a challenged we have faced and what we learned from it. Great Job 2nd grade!
11 months ago, Chermaine Osuna
Robyn Hall
Preschool this week we counted how many dots to the farm, we made animal crafts and experienced mud washing. And made our handprint sheep
11 months ago, Robyn Hall
Holly Pawlicki
6th Grade is partnering with a school in Canada to discuss the book Three Keys. This is a sequel to the book we read last year. We will share our thoughts on Flipgrid. We are excited to connect with students globally!
11 months ago, Holly Pawlicki
David MacLeod
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
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
Good job Ghouls!! Tonights cooking class we made Mummy dogs... it was a lot of fun! Unfortunately while shopping for latte supplies we couldn’t find pumpkin spice or pumpkin purée so we have to hold off until! Next weeks cooking class will be Monster Meatball Eyes!
11 months ago, Julie Osuna
Christi Feezell
TK2 and 3rd grade finished out the day with elephants, giraffes, cheetahs, and flamingos. We learned a lot about animals environments and adaptations in our virtual field trip!
11 months ago, Christi Feezell
Tiff Lenfers
The zoo virtual tour was ok, but many.of the animals had returned to their dens or were sleeping. We did see some animals! Thanks for trying something different TK2Rocks and their parents! Miss F was willing to join me on my crazy adventure!
11 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, We have partnered up with Sarah St. John, RDHAP to provide free dental services for your children. She will provide screening, cleaning, fluoride varnish, sealants, and referrals at the school for no cost. Please see attached flyers for contact information.
11 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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!
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks! We have be working hard! We have a skating genius, math at the store, reptile/amphibian wrangler and just getting work done!
11 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
Sooooo......3rd grade and TK2Rocks did a thing today! We are going on a virtual field trip! We started at the botanical building in Balboa Park! Can you guess our next stop!!!! This is our intro to unit 3!
11 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks! Is working on being skating genius, learning how to shop, reptile/amphibians wranglers, and getting work done!
11 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Hannah Dimitrov
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
11 months ago, Hannah Dimitrov
Kelcy Sutton
Virtual Career Exploration Day!
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Christi Feezell
3rd grade has been hard at working learning multiplication, adjectives, and directed drawing. We learned about adjectives through describing pumpkins, drawing haunted houses step by step, and our continuing to learn and master our multiplication facts!
11 months ago, Christi Feezell
Jan Krasowski
Some more excellent art work from our Art 2 students. The descriptions include the artist, title of their work, the art time period or movement their original piece of art is based on and the art materials used. We are fortunate to have such talented, hard working students in Warner High School.
11 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
6th Grader Mexily's (MJ) Empathy art project "Take a Walk in my Shoes" The art assignment was to create a drawing inside of a shoe shape that expresses what makes you unique. Nice work! Thanks for sharing! Mrs, K
11 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
Elementary Empathy art work by Zen. Assignment, make a drawing in the style of artist Keith Haring and add details to make it your own. Nice job! Thanks for sharing Zen, Mrs.K
11 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
World Mental Health Day
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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 david.macleod@warnerusd.net. Have a good weekend, Sincerely, David MacLeod
11 months ago, David MacLeod
Robyn Hall
Preschool learned about pumpkins and how they float or sink and how candy corn can disintegrate.
11 months ago, Robyn Hall
Warner Unified
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.
11 months ago, Warner Unified
Julie Osuna
Today’s After School STEM project was with Skittles! The girls created a design with skittles and used a tiny bit of water to watch the color fade off the skittles and into a colorful water masterpiece!
11 months ago, Julie Osuna
Kelcy Sutton
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!
11 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Julie Osuna
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!! ☕️🍁🍂
12 months ago, Julie Osuna
David MacLeod
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
12 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
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!
12 months ago, Julie Osuna
Danielle Zurcher
ATTENTION FFA MEMBERS GRADES 7-12 THIS IS A REMINDER FOR OUR FFA MEETING TOMORROW AT 12:15. Use the link on the slide to join the meeting!
12 months ago, Danielle Zurcher
Kelcy Sutton
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
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Testing Sites
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Happy World Teachers Day! Thank you to all the amazing teachers around the world who make a difference everyday. Especially to our Warner Teachers. We thank YOU!
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks! Doing amazing art projects, working with animals and sentence writing!
12 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
Christi Feezell
Way to go 3rd grade! We have read 700 books on Epic since August!
12 months ago, Christi Feezell
Robyn Hall
Learning about pumpkins with scooping, feeling, discovering and comparing
12 months ago, Robyn Hall
David MacLeod
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.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
It's CSU week! Great for 9th-12th graders and family!
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Danielle Zurcher
Parents of ag students! Please join us for the first Agricultural Department Advisory Committee meeting of the year!
12 months ago, Danielle Zurcher
David MacLeod
Our graduate John P. checking in after basic training.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Check out this wonderful virtual event! The Native American College Fair on Friday October 9th!! Like them on Facebook and that is where you can find additional information and live links.
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
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**
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Warner Parents Lunch deliveries will be starting at noon today. Don't be late.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade created their own leaf characters to learn more about character traits. Meet Alan and Rost! I wonder if they know each other? Hmm...
12 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
Kelcy Sutton
Elementary students please check out the virtual Counseling Office where you can find fun activities and also Ms.Ks art lessons! Mrs.Sutton and Ms.K are collaborating with SEL lessons and fun art lessons for Career Exploration Month!
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
During advisory today we had Jamie Zeller as our guest career speaker. She was a 911 Police/Fire Dispatcher for 18 years for the City of Escondido and is now a Code Enforcement Officer for the City of Poway. Thank you Jamie!
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Seniors! It's CSU Apply and FAFSA time!!! Contact Mrs.Sutton with any questions. We are here for you!
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Robyn Hall
Visting Cats, Fall playdough mats, matching letters and Apple ping pong ball painting is what we did in preschool today!
12 months ago, Robyn Hall
Julie Osuna
Tonight’s After School program cooking class was one for the books! Great job Lila, Liah, Paige, Mya, Mundy, MJ, Crystal, Elaine and GG!!!
12 months ago, Julie Osuna
Jan Krasowski
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.
12 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
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).
12 months ago, Jan Krasowski
Julie Osuna
On Monday Boys club conducted a STEM project building towers with spaghetti and styrofoam! Good job Mundy and JP!
12 months ago, Julie Osuna
Robyn Hall
Learning Letter B, riding bikes, Hulu hoops and match game for Preschool today
12 months ago, Robyn Hall
Kelcy Sutton
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.
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Robyn Hall
Did some balancing, played with gears and talked about which apple is their favorite in preschool today!
12 months ago, Robyn Hall
Kelcy Sutton
SENIORS! It's almost October 1st! CSU Apply, FAFSA and other important programs are opening up. Please reach out to our School Counselor if you have any questions. We are here for you! **FAFSA needs to be filled out in order to take advantage of the Palomar Promise**
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jan Krasowski
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.
12 months ago, Jan Krasowski
David MacLeod
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.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Robyn Hall
Preschool first day
12 months ago, Robyn Hall
Julie Osuna
Boys club showed off their creativeness during our Stem project! Mundy used several paints and yarn to make his plane fly. Jairo used markers to color his, JP didnt have glue so he improvised with peanut butter, Good job guys!
12 months ago, Julie Osuna
Jenny Rudloff
First Grade is honoring Hispanic Heritage Month by reading books that celebrate the diverse cultures, traditions, and voices of Spanish speaking countries. Today’s lesson was about the inside and outside character traits of mariachi cantante, Gustavo!
12 months ago, Jenny Rudloff
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, A reminder that Friday September 25th is Native American Day. It is a day to celebrates the cultures and contributions of the many Native American tribes. In honor of that day there will be no school. Lunch pickup will be on Thursday.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
CSU Week!
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Miss Griggy
Our sophomores are working their way through a critical analysis of the journalism piece, "Serial." We are interpreting perspectives, points of view, and credibility.
12 months ago, Miss Griggy
Kelcy Sutton
Let's go WILDCATS!
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Let's go WILDCATS!
12 months ago, Kelcy Sutton
Christi Feezell
In between learning multiplication and main idea, Ms. Feezell’s 3rd grade class is traveling to the moon (Magic Tree House series) and creating art.
12 months ago, Christi Feezell
Tiff Lenfers
TK2ROCKS working on Boom Cards, directed drawing, working in a quiet Space! TK2ROCKS! Is the best
12 months ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
Warner Parents, In 30 minutes Warner Lunch program is open for pickup. Come to the cafeteria between 11 and 1 to get a weeks worth of breakfast and lunches.
12 months ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
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!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Holly Pawlicki
6th grade is summing up our ELA unit 1 by creating a book on different types of government!
about 1 year ago, Holly Pawlicki
David MacLeod
2nd grade finished Unit 1 "All about government" with a final project. We made an American flag and wrote a paragraph of why government is important to have.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
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!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jan Krasowski
Artworks from Warner Springs High School Art 1 class Projects exploring the art elements of line and shape. Line and shape variety, Zentangle art. Organic and geometric shape study. Excellent!
about 1 year ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
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!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
This looks awesome!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Great Opportunity!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
Congratulations to the Warner Springs Community Resource Center and to Patrice Malloy and Terry Cox who makes it all happen. The San Diego County School Boards Association is honoring them for their great partnership with Warner Unified. Shout out to Melissa Krogh for nominating them.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
During advisory today our School Psychologist Mr.Brown spoke to our High Students about Mental Health and shared supports and additional resources that are available. Thank you Mr.Brown!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
U.S. Air Force is hosting a Town Hall on September 24th @6pm. Make sure to register for this wonderful and informative virtual event!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
LivingWorks Youth Summit tomorrow !
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Julie Osuna
Check out our ASES Program!
about 1 year ago, Julie Osuna
Kelcy Sutton
Final countdown!! You got this Wildcats!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks! Working hard on this week so thought I would share some Alphabet practice, tablet time, art as a Superhero and some entomology!
about 1 year ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks! working hard on cooking math skills, directed drawing, alphabet practice with Flat Miss Tiff, and reading comprehension!!!! Way to go TK2Rocks parents for being right there with me as we journey through distance learning!
about 1 year ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
❤️
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Great opportunity and information!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Jan Krasowski
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
about 1 year ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
National Suicide Prevention Week Today, we want to focus on how to ask for help when you or someone you know is struggling with suicidal thoughts. Reaching out for support is the first step towards healing, and can often be the hardest. Try these steps if you're feeling overwhelmed ❤️
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Patrick Humphrey
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. 💯🔥👌
about 1 year ago, Patrick Humphrey
Jenny Rudloff
One upside to online learning is more opportunity for writing practice! First graders are becoming sound-it-out spelling masters. Way to go First Grade!
about 1 year ago, Jenny Rudloff
Tiff Lenfers
2020-2021 ASB officers!!!! So excited We! We are still looking for a board rep!
about 1 year ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
TK2Rocks! Worked on building the number 10, sight word I and read Ada Twist the Scientist.
about 1 year ago, Tiff Lenfers
Robyn Hall
Welcome Back Preschool! September 23 we will be returning!
about 1 year ago, Robyn Hall
Robyn Hall
At home with preschool doing Zoom and name puzzles.
about 1 year ago, Robyn Hall
Miss Griggy
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.
about 1 year ago, Miss Griggy
Kelcy Sutton
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!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Two of our awesome Construction Pathways members stopped by for their supplies for their next projects. Thank you Mr.Focarelli for going the extra mile for our students!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Christi Feezell
3rd grade tried out different patterns, bright colors, and bold lines during class today.
about 1 year ago, Christi Feezell
Kelcy Sutton
Elementary students!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
It's already almost that time again!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
The DEA & DA are asking schools to share this out as there has been a rise in this deadly drug. We are lucky it hasn't taken any students in Warner yet but it has in other school districts. Parents please read and have a talk with your teen.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Seniors! The UC application is now open!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
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!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
September is Suicide Prevention Month. Remember you are not alone and there are resources to help. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800273TALK) offers free confidential crisis counseling 24/7/365 and you don't have to be in crisis to call. YOU ARE LOVED. YOU BELONG. YOU MATTER.
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Jan Krasowski
Another shared artwork from the elementary art lesson “Draw a Zentangle Hand” created by Liah Ayala. Grate use of line, shape and color! Love the love and happy faces. Mrs.K
about 1 year ago, Jan Krasowski
Holly Pawlicki
6th grade student, Crystal Perez, shows off her amazing art skills with this beautiful cake with fondant icing and decorations! What an artist!!
about 1 year ago, Holly Pawlicki
Jan Krasowski
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
about 1 year ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
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!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Holly Pawlicki
6th grader Angela Montes displays some of her great Art skills. Mrs. K is an amazing teacher!
about 1 year ago, Holly Pawlicki
Chermaine Osuna
2nd grade is rocking it!! We have already read 150 books online! Miss Chermaine is so proud of all of you for working so hard!
about 1 year ago, Chermaine Osuna
Jenny Rudloff
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
about 1 year ago, Jenny Rudloff
Tiff Lenfers
So excited had our first ASB meeting today. Next time it will be on Google Meets. We have an ASB virtual workroom. It's pretty basic but we will be adding to it! Check it out if you want to be a part of ASB my Warner high school mammals!!!!!
about 1 year ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
Check this out!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Jan Krasowski
Elementary student Glenn Ertl’s art work from the elementary art mindfulness lesson Water Color Dots.
about 1 year ago, Jan Krasowski
Jan Krasowski
The first of virtual galleries for Warner Springs High School Art classes featuring Graffiti Word Art, an art project that enables the art teacher to become acquainted with the students’ art styles.
about 1 year ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
Virtual College Fair! Sign up for any date and you can even schedule an appointment with a College advisor. The tours can be accessed right from your phone:)
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Tiff Lenfers
Fun Friday getting their specials on. So amazing! TK2ROCKS!!!!!
about 1 year ago, Tiff Lenfers
Tiff Lenfers
Shout out to TK2! The parents of my class are amazing They are all putting in so much effort and I just wanted to do a shout out to them because they absolutely are 100 percent the best!!!!!
about 1 year ago, Tiff Lenfers
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Jan Krasowski
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.
about 1 year ago, Jan Krasowski
Kelcy Sutton
Hi Wildcats!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Robyn Hall
Come join in on some preschool fun. We will be doing online activities for the first part of the year if you need a device let us know. Register with Julie in the front office or call 760-782-3517. Hope u can join in!
about 1 year ago, Robyn Hall
Christi Feezell
We are so proud of our Wildcat! Abigail received her Doctorate Award in Reading Counts last school year! We were finally able to give her her award!
about 1 year ago, Christi Feezell
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
​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​
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
Here is a Q&A for the upcoming school year at Warner.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Danielle Zurcher
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!!
about 1 year ago, Danielle Zurcher
David MacLeod
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. 
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Danielle Zurcher
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!
about 1 year ago, Danielle Zurcher
Danielle Zurcher
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!
about 1 year ago, Danielle Zurcher
Robyn Hall
Warner State Preschool
about 1 year ago, Robyn Hall
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
David MacLeod
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.
about 1 year ago, David MacLeod
Kelcy Sutton
You are amazing Wildcats!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
Go Wildcats!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Danielle Zurcher
Congratulations to Madi Rombal for receiving her State Degree this year! She received it as a junior for her outstanding SAE projects and dedication to the FFA! This is a very prestigious honor and the FFA is so proud of her!
about 1 year ago, Danielle Zurcher
Kelcy Sutton
Warner Wildcats are the best!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton
Kelcy Sutton
We are Warner!
about 1 year ago, Kelcy Sutton