As many of you know, the landscape of Indiana education and its curriculum has changed over the last couple of years. Although we believe that these changes will have a positive impact on all Indiana students, we are making sure that our students in Warren are prepared for the real world once they graduate high school. In an effort to share some of the recent changes in curriculum and how Warren teachers are preparing our students to be ready for college or their career, we invite you to attend the MSD Warren School Board sponsored Community Dialogue on Wednesday, September 24th at the Warren Education and Community Center, 975 N. Post Road at 6:30 PM. This community dialogue, "How to Help Your Child in the New Academic Environment" will provide a backdrop on the current Indiana College and Career Readiness Standards and information to help you and your child be successful with the new changes.
Please be sure your student's immunizations are up to date and turned into your child's school. Students without up-to-date immunization records on file by September 19th could be subject to exclusion from school. Contact the school nurse with any questions.
If your child is participating in the Free or Reduced Lunch Program and you have not received a new approval letter for the 2014/2015 school year, you must reapply by September 5, 2014. Unless you resubmit an application and are approved Free or Reduced Meal Assistance, your child's status will change to Full Pay. You will also be responsible for your child's textbook rental, which is due October 31, 2014. Forms are available in the school office, at the Warren Education and Community Center or online at http://www.warren.k12.in.us/food-service. For any questions or concerns, please contact the food service department at 317-869-4381 or 317-869-4389. You may also email us at email@example.com.
TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SCHOLARS PROGRAM
The Twenty-First Century Scholars Program began in 1990 as Indiana's way of raising the educational aspirations of low- and moderate-income families. The program aims to ensure that all Indiana families can afford a college education for their children.
Income-eligible 7th and 8th graders who enroll in the program and fulfill a pledge of good citizenship to the state are guaranteed the cost of four years of undergraduate college tuition at any participating public college or university in Indiana. Click the link to the left to find out more and to apply online.