8th Grade Student Tours

8th grade students at Warren County Middle School and Northside K-8 toured each of the high schools in Warren County. It gave them a chance to talk with the Principal, teachers and students at each school. These students and parents will be making a big decision in a few weeks. Hopefully, they will be able to gather the information they need to make the choice that best fits their needs and career goals. Check out pictures from the tours.

8th Grade Registration Parent Meeting

Warren County Schools held a special meeting form 8th grade parents at Warren County Middle School. This meeting allowed parents to hear information about all three high schools in the district and ask questions to the district leadership and high school Principals. There were many great questions and a lot of information passed on to the parents.

Dr. Ray Spain, Superintendent

 Tracy Neal, Principal, Warren Early College High School

Jennifer Wilker, Principal, Warren New Tech High School

LaAlice Hopkins, Principal, Warren County High School

Noland Hicks, Principal, Warren County Middle School

Erika Tanner, Warren County Middle School Counselor

The 8th Grade Registration Process Begins

Dr. Ray Spain, Superintendent for Warren County Schools talked with students at Warren County Middle School about choosing their high school for the 2018-19 school year. Students in Warren County have a choice between three high schools. This meeting allowed students to receive their registration packets and receive instructions from the Principal and School Counselor concerning the process.

Dr. Linda Mason, Assistant Superintendent for Instruction talked with the 8th grade students at Northside K-8 School about the process. Packets were given to the students and the school counselor provided instructions on how to complete the information.

Warren Early College Earning the Green Ceremony

Students at Warren Early College High School that have earned at least 26 college credits were honored a special ceremony on the main campus of Vance Granville Community College. Each student was presented a certificate from Warren County Schools and Vance Granville Community College for their efforts. Each student also received a special green shirt to honor their hard work and accomplishments.