Flute Choir Performs for Middle School

The UAM Flute Choir performed at Warren Middle School on Friday, December 2 for the WMS Beginning Band. The choir is under the direction of Leah Kuhn Venable and consists of flautists from her UAM lessons studio.

Brunson Spelling Bee Winners Announced

​First Place- Griselda Herrera, Second Place- Daisy Miranda
Warren School District- Brunson New Vision Charter School:  4th and 5th Graders at Brunson New Vision Charter School recently competed in their school spelling bee.  After eighteen rounds, Griselda Herrera earned first place and Daisy Miranda earned second place.  Both spellers will move on to compete in the Bradley County Spelling Bee in January.



Inductions Set for Dec. 7 at WHS

The Warren High School Beta Club and National Honor Society Induction Ceremony will be held December 7, 2016, at 10:00 am, at the Cultural Center.  

HOSA Tackles Cancer

SEACBEC HOSA helps bring awareness to breast cancer by creating signs for the Lumberjack Pink Out Game. SEACBEC HOSA Advisors are Emily Harton and Kasey Reep. Members pictured include:  Jacob Shipp, Maria Ramirez, and Isabel Densmore.

Warren 3rd Grade Students Receive Dictionaries from GFWC Warren Woman's Club

Dictionaries were delivered to Warren 3rd grade students on Friday, October 28th by the GFWC Warren Woman’s Club members.  The local club donates dictionaries to all Bradley County 3rd grade students each year.  Hispanic students receive a Spanish and English dictionary.  

Hermitage 3rd Graders Receive Dictionaries from GFWC Warren Woman's Club

Hermitage 3rd grade students received dictionaries from the GFWC Warren Woman’s Club on Friday, October 28th.  Each year the local club donates a dictionary to each Bradley County 3rd grade student.  The dictionaries may be used in the classroom or may be taken home to share with other family members.

Hygiene Project to Benefit Warren School District Learners

Abigail Torres, a senior at Warren High School recently initiated a community service project to benefit learners who may otherwise go without basic hygiene care products.  Abby recruited WSD student organizations, teachers, and community members to assist with the project.  The combined groups collected 458 hygiene products which were distributed to counselors at each WSD campus. Student Organizations that participated include:  HOSA, FBLA, Teacher Cadet, and Beta Club.

Brunson New Vision Charter Superior Honor Roll for the First Nine Weeks

All A’s
Abby Bailey Amario Blueford, Ashlyn Crawford, Ahmod Davis, Karlee Files, Race Frazer, Treshun Hampton, Cameron Ingram, Macy Jarvis, Marterious Kinney, Erick Lazaro, Jonah Lindsey, Maxx McGaha, Landon Milton, Daisy Miranda, Anna Grace Mitchell, Kaylee Nichols,  Natasha Nunez, Victoria O’neill, Ja’mya Patton, Savannah Phelps, Abigail Raines, Adyson Rauls, Jannah Reep, Jayden Ridgell, Terence Roberson, Harley Runion, Allannah Triplett, Jolie Trussell, Ryann Turner, Alexis Wilkerson, Murphie Wilkinson, Hayden Williams


 A & B Honor Roll
Valentin Almaraz, Jaxson Angle, Alex Ayala, David Barajas, Casey Barnes
Dignity Bowman, Riley Burns, Isyss Butler, Colton Calloway, Joseph Carl, Henry Carrington, James Carroll, Mya Casler, Daniel Castillo, Delyangel Castillo, Efrayn Chahuiz, Tanijha Chalk, Trai Clancy, Jackson Clements, Reiss Cornish, Edgar Cartes, Angie Cortez, Yamel Covarrubias, Demetriyan Crawley, Logan Crozier, Emily Daniell, Jaheim Davis, Kortney Davis, Sammier Davis, Elijah Densmore, Jaxxon Earnest, Annette Escobedo, Bartazar Fabian, Za’kiaya Felton, Greco Figueroa, Sarah Forrest, Jordan Green, Koria Green, Tristen Green, Carson Hancock, Braxton Hembree, Griselda Herrerra, Kevi Hoffman, Caliyah Hopson, Hattie Huitt, Aristeo Jaimes, Arielle Johnson, Johkieric Jones, Travion Jones, Avery Langford, Gabriella Loomis, Natialie Lopez, Marlee Mann, Bradley Mann, Mamie Martin, James Meeks, Kaden Miller, Naziah Moore, Jaci Morgan, Tanner Outlaw, Naideth Pahuamba, Mahiya Payne,  Alexander Perez, Braylee Pierce, Jayden Poole, Kolby Pope, Matthew Powell, Jacob Puterbaugh, Abby Quoss, Najaida Rainey, Gustavo Ramirez, Jeronimo Ramirez, Ren Reep, Weston Reep, Rubi Reynoso, Andrew Rhoden, Gabrielle Richardson,  Anthony Russell,  Carson Slaughter, Brock Southerland,  Richard Spears-Day, Jayla Strickland, Emanuel Strong, Jaylyn Strong, Chauncey Thomas, Xymere Thomas, Landon Thurman, Evelyn Torres, Kamari Triplett, Zoe Tullos, Kye Turner, John Vallejo, Taliyah Walton, Tamia Walton,  Alex Wardlaw Kevyonna Ware, Alex Wargo, Cha’sten Warner, Braylen Watson, Makayla Watson, Cody Weatherspoon, Gauge Weaver, Jake Weaver, William Wells, Gunner Wilkerson, Mason Word, Aniyah York

What's Happening at the Warren Schools This Week

This Week's Events
Mon, Nov 14
Super Heros Night
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Come find out how your children are taught at Eastside! Child care will be provided!
 Eastside NVCS)

Black/Orange Scrimmage
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tue, Nov 15
Public Performance - November 17th @ 6:30 pm
Campus Calendar)

 Eastside NVCS)
Wed, Nov 16
Public Performance - November 17th @ 6:30 pm
Campus Calendar)


Wizard of Oz
9:40 am - 10:40 am

Thu, Nov 17
Public Performance - November 17th @ 6:30 pm
Campus Calendar)

Progress reports go out in orange folders.
Campus Calendar)

Three Represent Warren Middle School Choir at Region 3 ARKCDA

Macey Camp, Jamiah Meeks, and Nicole Simmons (pictured left to right) represented the Warren Middle School Choir at the Region 3 ARKCDA concerts this past Friday in Benton, Arkansas. These students auditioned against other students across the southern half of the state to earn their spots.

HOSA Assists with Monsters for Muscles

Left to Right:Hailey Hudson, Abigail Torres, Hannah Richey, Kevina Marshall, Denisha Stallings.
October 15, 2016 SEACBEC HOSA members assisted with the Monsters for Muscles 5K organized to raise money for research and awareness of muscular dystrophy.  

Brunson Students Hear Guest Speaker

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Thursday, November 3, 2016, the Brunson New Vision Charter School 4th grade learners actively participated in Mr. Lawson Pilgrim's anti-bullying Peak Performance Motivational Training.  Mr. Pilgrim also known as Mr. Smiley, shared his encouraging personal experience of bullying with all 4th grade learners.  He shared with the Brunson New Vision Charter School learners that they are the secret to the life.  We should all set proactive goals, work very hard to achieve them, and never bully.  He shared with learners goals that he set as a child.  Through his hartd work and dedication, he became an Arkansas Razorback basketball player and later pursued his lifelong career of encouraging others.  Mr. Smiley urged Brunson learners to know and understand that they can and will succeed in life.  Mr. Smiley's encouraging words will ever be etched in the hearts of our learners.

HOSA Officers Announced

The 2016-2017 HOSA Officers have been elected.  They are President Hannah Richey, Vice President Shelby Gardner, Secretary Abigail Torres, and Reporter Hayden Lassiter.

Left to Right:  President-Hannah Richey, Vice President-Shelby Gardner, Secretary-Abigail Torres, Reporter-Hayden Lassiter

D.I. Challenge Winners at Warren Announced for November

Warren School District Gifted and Talented D.I. Challenge Winners for November

4th Grade Group 1: Marlee Mann, Alexander Perez, and Griselda Herrera

4th Grade Group 2: Taliyah Walton,  Cody Weatherspoon, and Abby Quoss

5th Grade Group 1: Murphie Wilkenson,  Adyson Rauls, Jolie, Trussell, and Abby Bailey

​5th Grade Group 2: Anna Grace Mitchell, Ashlyn Crawford, Jonah Lindsey

6th Grade Group 1: Maddox Lassiter, Nate Cooper, and Tessa Andrus

​6th Grade Group 2: Jose Jacinto and Dawson Harton

​7th Grade Group 1: Luci Woodard and Annie Figueroa

​7th Grade Group 2: Stephanie Canuto, Israel Castillo, and Ella Garner

​8th Grade Group1: Jett Reep, Ethan Gardner, and Clay Barnes

​8th Grade Group 2: Chloe Rauls, Anna Lee Herraney, Addison Langford, and Alyson Mann

Warren GT October Words Winners Announced

Warren School District Gifted and Talented: Words Winners for October

​6th Grade Group 1: 1st  Place- Lily Dawkins, 2nd Place- Karis Files, 3rd Place- Jose Jacinto

​6th Grade Group 2: 1st Place- Kailey Henry, 2nd Place- Nate Cooper, 3rd Place- Madison Wells

​7th Grade Group : 1st Place- Luci Woodard, 2nd Place- Bailey Solis, 3rd Place- Jacey Ashcraft

8th Grade: 1st Place- India Young, 2nd Place- Chloe Rauls, 3rd Place- Anna Lee Herraney 

Four Participate in ArkMEA Festival Chorus

Kelsy Lovell, Kailey Henry, Sherlyn Pedroza, and Bryleigh Bickers (pictured L-R) participated in ArkMEA Festival Chorus Friday in Hot Springs. The 200 member Chorus was selected from over 1000 auditions from across the state. All four students are members of the Warren Middle School Beginner Chorus under the direction of Katie Kuhn.

Local Dentist/Children's Hospital Treat Eastside Students




Dr. Julie Branch volunteers at Eastside 
Representatives of Arkansas Children's Hospital and volunteer dentist from south Arkansas were on hand Tuesday, November 1st and Wednesday, November 2nd to put sealants on students' teeth and to examine their teeth for any problems.  Any student determined to have a dental issue will have their parents or guardians notified and urged to have a further examination by their family dentist or a local dentist.  The sealant work and the examine is free to each student.
Left to Right:  Britleigh Smith and Sasha Smith

Dr. Stacey Swilling of Sheridan was on hand to do the examines on Tuesday and Dr. Julie Bryant Branch of Warren was present Wednesday.  Also helping organize the event were Americorp workers Britleigh Smith and Sasha Smith.










SEACBEC to Open Book Fair Monday

SEABEC's book fair will be open Monday, November 7th through Friday, November 11th, 7:30 am until 4:00 pm.  Please come and shop.  There are some neat things for Christmas gifts and stocking stuffers.

Warren High School Releases 1st Nine-Weeks All A Honor Roll

All A Honor Roll

9th grade
Robert Dean Castleberry
Genesis Lyfaith Curtis
Samantha Grace Evans
Rivers Hope Frazer
Mark Aaron Hairston
Marshayla S. Haltiwanger
Anissa Marie Henry
Samantha Sue Hoskins
India Elana Hudson
Faith LaShay Jackson
Braden Cole Jones
Jesiah Janae Kamau
Ashtyn Laine Marin
Joanna Salinas
Ethan Lloyd Stanley

10th grade
Grace Alayna Adams
Mallory Kay Barnes
Kristin Elizabeth Best
John Peyton Brown
Treylon Shamar Burks
Caleb Ashton Chancellor
Cameron Michael Cobb
Trevor James Coffel
Xitlaly Gonzalez
Savannah Danielle Langford
Keemontrae McKnight
Grace Marie Rady
Javion Robinson
Sheila Emily Rodriguez
Jaye Michelle Saunders
Jacob Alexander Shipp
Madison Reed Woodard

11th grade
Kmryn Files
Alaina Glover
Avery Rhoden
Braley Sanson
Mackenzie Selby
Mary Lynn Wagnon
A'Kasha Wright

12th grade
Logan Adams
Payton Ashcraft
Dennis Daniels
Gadiel Garay
Magnus Gray
Nathan Hairston
Ana Karen Linares
Talitha Marshall
Dixie Puterbaugh
Israel Sanchez

Warren School District Releases 1st 9-Weeks A & B Honor Roll

9th Grade
Alanna Noelle Acosta
India Breyanna Boswell
Aaliyah Dawn Davidson
Wendy Duran
Alea Summer Everroad
Ashton Makenzi Gorman
Theordore Alvin Gregory
Kelsie Nicole Harris
Matthew Arien Howard
Delanie Grace Kilpatrck
Jada Alondra Lewis
Yesenia Tomas Macias
Karissa Faith Morman
Joshua Ray Nichols
Darius Leedra Palmer
Marlee Ayn Rauls
Perla Reynoso
Alex Russell Rhoden
Diego Roman
Jade Thalia Romero
Kaley Olivia Splawn
John Luke Trussell
Jade Watson
Emily Anne Wells
Leslie Brianne White

10th grade
Jahaira Angeles
Jacob Rhett Ashcraft
Rosa Isela Chavez
Chandler Ryan Crockett
Isabel Taylor Densmore
Josue Gadiel Escamilla
Blaine Elizabeth Forrest
Karrington Leah Hall
Kamire Lacole Harding
Joshua Sherman Hensley
Markia De'shun Miller
Rigoberto Junior Pacheco
Andrew Martin Raines
Madison Alexander Raines
Dalton Cade Reep
Jovankah Rodriguez
Payton L. Sparks
Parker Rainer St. John
Destiny Arian Thomas
Javier Marquez Tinoco
Anna Grace Wilkerson

11th grade
Breaunna Synclaire Bailey
Nicholas Grant Barrett
Maria Guadalupe Castillo
Megan Nichole Davis
Justin Maurice Gavin
Emmalee May Goad
Luke McKinney Gorman
KaNiyia Destininque Grant
Dashavona Sharnay Hampton
Briaunna Ny'cole Harris
Chloe Lanier
Mary Johanna Lasiter
Reanna Nicole Lopez
Tatyanna Nakia Newton
Matthew Davis Pennington
Kenneth Daniel Lee Puterbaugh
Corinne Leanne Ridgell
Estaphany Paola Roman
Natalie Yanet Sanchez
Josie Elise Smith
Nicole Paulina Tinoco
Vanessa Torreds
Grace Ann Wiggins

12th grade
McKenzie Lee Baldwin
Luke Ronin Barbara
Brenisha Nicole Boswell
Sydney Maysun Broome
Tyesha Benise Calbert
Melanie Lizeth Canuto
Matthew Dylan Cathey
La'Kiah Antania Davis
Alexis Lee Dunaway
Jacob Thomas Emerson
Kirsten Elaine Emerson
Shelby Rae Smith Gardner
Anna Elizabeth Gilbert
Austin Stone Hammons
Haliey Biancca Hudson
Landon William Jolley
Michael Hayden Lassiter
Michael Drake Lathan
Joshua Seth Macdonald
Kevina Mi'Caia Katriana Marshall
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Joseph Michael Nichols
Maria Paola Ramirez
Ana Aleece Raper
Hannah Faith Richey
La Harya Davon Roberson
Mason Tyrell Ross
Denisha Tyshae Stallings
Renae Marie Wright

FCCLA Attends Arkansas State Fair as Contestants in Chili Cook-off

Warren High School members of FCCLA recently attended the Arkansas State Fair as contestants in the chili cook-off sponsored by the Arkansas Cattlewomen Association.  Entries were prepared prior to the competition and judged by officers of the ACWA.   Submissions were judged on taste, appearance, presentation, and ease of preparation.  Alexis Dunaway was awarded third place and $50 for her chili entry in the kids division.  Sponsor for Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is Mrs. Angie Ferrell.​
Ethan Ward and Alexis Dunaway work their magic in the kitchen.

Alexis Dunaway won 3rd place with her chili.

Arkansas Deparetment of Correction K9 Guest Speaks to Criminal Justice Classes

Sgt Eddie Powell, Mr. Bo Hudson, Ms. Jessica Johnson, and Sgt Corey Lowery (as pictured here from left to right)
Arkansas Department of Corrections - K9 guest-spoke all day to SEACBEC Criminal Justice students of area school districts of Hampton, Hermitage, Rison, Warren, & Woodlawn via Blended & Face-to-Face methods. ADC K9 officers Sgt Eddie Powell an ADC K9 officer & dog handler of K9 Tye, Sgt Corey Lowery spoke to SEACBEC Criminal Justice students about the various careers students may choose to pursue throughout ADC and the overall field of corrections. Sgt Powell gave a presentation to CJ students that outlined what ADC K9 officers actually do daily in preparations for unit shakedowns, riots, drug busts, and inmate retrieval when escapes occur. Sgt Powell explained how ADC policy is addressed and used as a guide on their decision making at every correctional unit throughout Arkansas. CJ students asked many questions & Sgt Powell addressed each question very well. Sgt Powell explained the "scent cone" that K9 dogs use innately while tracking a specific scent. Sgt Powell also explained how K9 dogs "alert" and how ADC K9 officers/handlers teach their dogs how to be passive versus aggressive in their alerts to endure safety and to maintain the viability of property confiscated. Sgt Corey Lowery is an ADC K9 officer that is also the dog handler of K9 dog, "Tye". Tye was an aggressive alert dog, but has been trained well by Sgt Lowery to be a passive alert K9. Such as, when K9 Tye alerts on items that he is trained to track he does a head check and locks in on the scent with placing his front right paw on item and remains frozen stiff in appearance until Sgt Lowery gives him his ball. K9 Tye is trained to alert on almost all narcotic scents. Sgt Lowery (Tye's handler) worked Tye for students to show how K9 Tye alerts on items by smelling until he locks in the scent and alerts. Sgt Lowery explained how Tye works for his ball and that K9 Tye has "hunt" drive. As explained to classes, hunt drive is when nothing will alter or diffuse the K9's focus of the scent he's tracking because hunt drive is the very strong will of the K9 to keep tracking and do his job to get his ball. SEACBEC Criminal Justice instructors Ms. Jessica Johnson & Mr. Bo Hudson enjoyed having ADC K9 visit with students all day Friday & look forward to having ADC K9 return in future years in the spirit of red ribbon week.


Haunted High Was a Success

Heaven Clary took on the role of Hattie McDaniel, the first African American female to win an Academy Award for her role as Mammy in Gone With the Wind.
Over 200 guests attended Haunted High School Thursday night, October 27 between the hours of 6:00 and 8:00 p.m. to view the more than 75 ghosts of characters from the past.  The students who participated were sophomores, juniors, and seniors in the classes of Steven Quoss and Beverly Reep.
Native Americans told their story to all who attended.
Hannah Richey played the role of Princess Grace.

Braden Hargis played the role of the man who locked the doors in the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire that killed many young garment factory workers years ago.


Eastside Students Hear About Pumpkins & Bees

Students at Eastside school were treated to a portable pumpkin patch Thursday morning, October 27th.  David Dougan of Conway and members of his family were on hand with lots of pumkins, a little goat and bees to teach the young people.  The children seemed to have been having a lot of fun and learning.



ABC Preschool Holds Art Show

Warren ABC Preschool had an art show for all the parents at our Parent/Teacher conferences on Monday Oct. 24.  Every child was featured in the show.