District News


  • Attention Warren Hills Faculty and Current Warren Hills Students

    Did you know that the doors of Warren Hills High School first opened in September of 1967? Join us in celebrating the upcoming 50th Anniversary of Warren Hills Regional High School opening its doors. We are asking for photo submissions of your time here to highlight why it’s so great to be a Blue Streak. Please make sure they are school appropriate and submitted to the following address: anniversary@warrenhills.org. In your submission please include your name, year of graduation, and any additional information you may feel is needed for the picture. All submissions should be sent in by May 15, 2017.

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  • WHREA Retirement Dinner

    Please click here to view the Save the Date for the WHREA Retirement Dinner. Details to follow.

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    Lead in Drinking Water Reports

    The Warren Hills Regional School District has successfully completed the required lead testing of drinking water in both the High School and Middle School. Please click the links below to read the LEAD IN DRINKING WATER REPORTS.

    Click here to read the LEAD IN DRINKING WATER REPORT.
    Click here to read the FOLLOW-UP LEAD IN DRINKING WATER REPORT.

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    Sign Up for School Delay, Closing, and Early Dismissal Notifications!

    The Warren Hills Regional School District will be using a new service called Remind to distribute school delays, closings, or early dismissals. Remind will send a text message to a subscriber's cell phone indicating any weather-related changes in schedule as determined by the district.

    To sign up for middle school notifications, text @whmsremind to 81010.

    To sign up for high school notifications, text @whhsremind to 81010.


    Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact the WHRSD Technology Department at technology@warrenhills.org.

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    2017-2018 Program of Studies

    Please click here to download a copy of the 2017-2018 Warren Hills Regional School District Program of Studies.

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  • Random Student Substance Testing

    The Warren Hills Regional Board of Education will be discussing and voting to approve Board Policy #5536, RANDOM STUDENT SUBSTANCE TESTING, at their December 6, 2016 meeting.  The public is welcome to attend and participate in the discussion.  The revised policy can be found on the district webpage by clicking this link.

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    FAFSA
    Please join us on Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 6pm in the High School Library for a financial aid overview.  Kimber Decker, a representative of HESAA (Higher Education Student Assistance Authority) will be going over information on all of the Federal and State grants, scholarships and loan programs available through the FAFSA.

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  • Honeywell InstantAlert Update
    Warren Hills will be interfacing the Honeywell InstantAlert service with our Genesis student information system. Parents and guardians will no longer need to enroll and update contact information through the Honeywell site. This information will be taken directly from Genesis and used by Honeywell for message broadcasts. This change will take place on Wednesday, October 5, 2015.

    Please contact the Technology Department with any questions.

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    State Assessments Information
    Please click here for an overview of the state assessments requirements for students.

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  • Coalition for Healthy and Safe Communities

    Please review the letter from Prosecutor Burke and Freeholder Smith in assisting with the fight against substance abuse. Prosecutor Burke and Freeholder Smith are partnering with the Coalition for Healthy and Safe Communities program of Warren County and have requested that schools and communities join the fight.

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Harassment, Intimidation, and Bullying (HIB) Information
 
 
Warren Hills Regional School District Anti-Bullying Coordinator
Ms. Annette Walters,  Director of Special Education, Affirmative Action Officer
Warren Hills Regional High School
41 Jackson Valley Road
Washington, NJ 07882
(908) 689-3050, extension 3045
 
Warren Hills Regional High School Anti-Bullying Specialist
Mr. Timothy Downs, SAC
Warren Hills Regional High School
41 Jackson Valley Road
Washington, NJ 07882
(908) 689-3050, extension 3037
 
Warren Hills Regional Middle School Anti-Bullying Specialist
Ms. Christine Tyburczy, SAC
Warren Hills Regional Middle School
64-66 Carlton Ave.
Washington, NJ 07882
(908) 689-0750, extension 2030
 
 
 
New Jersey Department of Education HIB Report  -  The New Jersey Department of Education has released the first annual District and School Grade Report determined under the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act.
 
  
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