Gifted and Talented Information
WH Baseball at TD Bank Ballpark vs. Hackettstown
The WH Baseball team will play Hackettstown on April 29th at 7pm at the TD Bank Ballpark. This will be our Senior Recognition Game. Tickets are $10 and come with a voucher for a free ticket to a Somerset Patriots game. For advance ticket sales contact a WH baseball player or Jacqueline Smith, Jacquesmith16@comcast.net or 908-619-9454 for additional information. Tickets may alse be purchased at the Satdium on the day of the game!
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: firstname.lastname@example.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.
Family STEAM Night
Come on out to Warren Hills Middle School on March 22nd from 7-9 pm to enjoy a night of family fun and interactive activities. Explore areas of interest in science, technology, engineering, arts & math. Engage in LAL and science activities, demonstrations, robotics, coding, Rubik’s cube competition, minute-to-win it games, chess, FFA/ agricultural science demos and much, much more! Visit the Literacy Café and enjoy presenters of the Arts. Refreshments will be for sale! See you there!
Family STEAM Night Brochure
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.
Gifted and Talented
1. District Policy and Regulation #2464 - Gifted and Talented Pupils:
This WHRSD Board of Education approved policy and regulation addresses several aspects of the Gifted and Talented Program:
a. Definition of "Gifted and Talented"
b. Determination of Gifted and Talented Status
c. Instructional Accommodations
d. Every Student Succeeds Act [ESSA]
e. Gifted and Talented Model--"School Enrichment Model"
f. Organizational Options of the Program
2. To date, the WHRMS has offered several schoolwide enrichment opportunities for the students. Click here for the list of these activities and events.
3. As the specific group of students who are gifted and talented are identified, they will complete a Student Interest Inventory in order to develop a gifted and talented program geared to the results of the inventory.
4. The WHRMS will be sponsoring a "Gifted and Talented Program Information Night" for the 2017-2018 school year on March 8, 2017. Please click here for more information.
For more information, please contact any of the following personnel:
Dawn A. Moore, District Director of Curriculum and Instruction, email@example.com
Lee Turkowski, WHRMS Principal, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Perruso, Gifted and Talented Teacher, email@example.com