WSD Environmental Science and Chemistry Supply List

2019-2020 Environmental Science and Chemistry Supply List



Glue sticks - package of 3 or 4

Composition notebook

1 Roll of duct tape, a color is preferred.

Warren High School English Department Releases 2019-20 Supply List

9th Grade English:
Binder
College Ruled paper
Pencils
Black or blue pens
Box of Kleenex

10th Grade English:
Two boxes of Kleenex
I pack of ruled notebook paper
I pack of pencils
2 bottles of hand sanitizer

11th Grade English:
2 Boxes of Kleenex
2 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer
3 Ring Binder
1 pack of College Ruled Paper
Pens & Pencils

12th Grade English:
3 ring binder
Loose leaf paper
Composition book
Black or blue ink pens

NATIONAL CONFERENCE TO BRING 450 TEACHERS AND EDUCATORS TO LITTLE ROCK THIS WEEK

LITTLE ROCK, AR – More than 450 educators from around the country will learn how to use agricultural concepts to teach reading, writing, math, science, social studies and more at the National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization’s (NAITCO) National Conference ‘AgVenture in the Natural State’ to be held this week June 19-21 at the Little Rock Marriott.

NAITCO and the Arkansas Farm Bureau’s Agriculture in the Classroom program will hold three days of workshops showing kindergarten through 12th grade teachers how to use agriculture to teach core subjects. It received partial funding for the conference from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute for Food and Agriculture (USDA/NIFA).

World renowned autism spokesperson and animal behaviorist Dr. Temple Grandin is the keynote speaker at the opening banquet Wednesday June 19.

Dr. Marty Matlock, executive director of the University of Arkansas Resiliency Center, will speak about global sustainability at the opening luncheon Wednesday June 19. In addition, the USDA/NIFA Director Dr. Scott Angle will present the National Excellence in Teaching about Agriculture Awards at lunch on Thursday June 20.

Students Superior Performance and Outstanding Accomplishments Recognized

Eastside students Keegun Goudelock, McKenley Bryant, and Emma Spears served as Eastside’s Library Media Specialist for the Day. They were given this recognition for superior performance and outstanding accomplishment over the past school year in the Eastside Accelerated Reader Program, earning 150 + points, making them the top AR point earners in the school! They are pictured with Eastside Library Media Specialist Lindsey Vickers.

SEACBEC Hermitage Internship Students Receive National Career Readiness Certification

SEACBEC Hermitage Internship students received the National Career Readiness Certification.  The NCRC is endorsed by the Governor and businesses nationwide.  Each nationally recognized certificate is signed by Governor Asa Hutchinson.  ACT designed the curriculum and the exam to measure the level of abilities people will have in the work place.  SEACBEC students receiving this certificate are

Platinum – Rachel Beard, Joseph Kidwell
Gold – Haley Raney, Marley Robinson
Silver – Ally Huitt, Kayla Pruitt
Bronze – Kaylee Roberts

Brunson Chess Tournament Results

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  Brunson GT students recently competed in the Brunson Chess Tournament.  After numerous rounds, the top chess players were finally determined. 


5th Grade Chess Winners:  Bleyze Fellows- First Place, Jeduthan Wallace (not pictured) -Second Place, Carter Cessor- Third Place, Jude Cathey- Fourth Place, and Adair Gonzalez - Fifth Place

Hermitage Elementary G/T Students Compete in Quiz Bowl

Hermitage Elementary students competed on Tuesday, April 2, in the Southeast Arkansas area quiz bowl at Monticello. Students on the Quiz Bowl Team are front: Jackson Wright, Alli Cathey, Stella Huitt, and Rayleigh Temple. Back row: Carter Wilkerson, Carson Rice, Melvin Martinez, Carter Curtis and Sarah Huitt.

Warren GT Elementary Quiz Bowl Competed in Tournament

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  The Brunson Elementary Quiz Bowl Team recently competed in the Southeast Arkansas Invitational in Monticello, Arkansas.  The team competed against other area schools.

Team Members: Allianna Ayala, Jackson Denton, Jude Cathey, Livi McKinney, Jeduthan Wallace, Avery Wharton, Landon Watson, Kalees Lewis, and Chloe Sanders.

County Students Do Well in Math Contest

Monticello, Ark. – Top mathematics students from throughout the region competed at the annual Arkansas Council for Teachers of Mathematics’ Southeast Arkansas Mathematics Contest hosted at the University of Arkansas at Monticello March 2. Pictured on the steps of the Science Center are the first, second and third place winners in each category, divided by row.

First place winners were (bottom row, from left) Talana Small of White Hall Middle School (Algebra I) Edwin Martinez of Hermitage (Geometry), Trevor Dady of White Hall (Algebra II), Anna Claire Smith of White Hall (Trigonometry/Precalculus), and Justin Dady of White Hall (Calculus).

Second place winners were (second row, from left) Jacey Ashcraft of Warren (Algebra I), Arindam Deb of White Hall (Geometry), Lane Lunsford of White Hall (Algebra II), Olivia Via of White Hall (3rd Place, Trigonometry/Precalculus), and Julia Everett of Hamburg (Calculus).

Third place winners were (third row, from left) Hunter Jones of Hamburg (Algebra I), Jaci Gibson of Monticello (Geometry), Aiden McClusky of White Hall (Algebra II), and Samuel Doss of White Hall (Calculus).    Not pictured is Kasey Brown of Monticello (2nd Place Trigonometry/Precalculus).

For. More information, contact Laura Barton, instructor of mathematics at (870) 460-1516 or BartonL@uamont.edu

Student Represent Warren Well

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  Avan Denton, 4th grade Brunson Elementary student and  daughter of Brad and Elise Denton of Warren, and Race Frazer, 7th Grade Warren Middle School student and son of Memory Frazer and Thomas Frazer of Warren, recently competed in Arkansas' National Geographic Challenge.   The competition, held Friday, March 29th, was at The University of Central Arkansas at Conway.  Both students went on to compete at the second level of the competition, after winning their school's Geography Bee and passing a qualifying exam , which was submitted to the National Geographic Society.  Both students competed  and represented the city of Warren well!

Brunson's Warren Chess Team Competes Well In Tournament

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  Brunson's Chess Team recently competed in the Southeast Educational Invitational Chess Tournament in Monticello against other area schools.  Three of the chess team members placed in the top 25 out of 70 students.
Top 25: Bleyze Fellows, Jeduthan Wallace, and Adair Gonzalez

Pictured: Front Row: Chloe Sanders and Ember Johnson
Back Row: Adair Gonzalez, Jeduthan Wallace, Jude Cathey, Bleyze Fellows, Colton Steen, and Carter Cessor

Hermitage Chess Club Places Well In Tournament

The Hermitage Elementary Chess Club students competed at the Southeast Arkansas Educational Cooperative in Monticello on March 26 . A Hermitage student, Cristobal Guerrero, placed third and Hayden Cathey placed fourth among 70 students competing. Students competing include L to R: Aidean Castanon, Melvin Martinez, Tramond Miller, Hayden Cathey, Cristobal Guerrero, Carter Wilkerson, Evan Etue, and Joseph Guerrero.

WMS 3rd Nine-Weeks Honor Roll


WARREN MIDDLE SCHOOL
Honor Roll List  - 3rd Nine Weeks


ALL A - 9 WEEKS – Grade 6:
Daniel Castillo
Griselda Herrera
Jaci Morgan
Joshua Myers
Alexander Perez
Abby Quoss
Robert Russ
Taliyah Walton


ALL A - 9 WEEKS – Grade 7:
Alexsavior Ayala
Ashlyn Crawford
Michael Milton
Anna Mitchell
Jayden Ridgell
Alexis Serrano
Jolie Trussell
Tamia Walton
Murphie Wilkinson

ALL A - 9 WEEKS – Grade 8:
Rylee Bradley
Cristal Castillo
Karis Files
Kailey Henry
Michaela Stanley
Heidi Taulbee
Samuel Ward




A/B - 9 WEEKS – Grade 6:
Ethan Allred
Valentin Almaraz
Jaxson Angle
David Barajas
Jackson Bratton
Riley Burns
Colton Calloway
Rustyn Chambers
Braiden Chancellor
Edgar Cortes
Yamel Covarrubias
Jaheim Davis
Annette Escobedo
Jose Fabian
Aaryuna Farmer
Bryson Harris
Marlee Mann
William Mann
Christopher McClain
Rh'Kaia Miller
Courtney Muldrew
Kylee Ozment
Naideth Pahuamba
Kolby Pope
Andrew Rhoden
Gabrielle Richardson
Geraldine Sedano
Dominic Slaughter
Nathan Spears
J ciana Strong
Xymere Thomas
Carleigh Thornton
Landon Thurman
Everlyn Torres
Kamari Triplett
Zoe Tullos
Sarah Villeda
Aaliyah Walton
Harrod Wardlaw
Braylen Watson
Cody Weatherspoon
Ariya Williams
Mason Word
Aniyah York



A/B - 9 WEEKS – Grade 7:
Abby Bailey
Amario Blueford
Joseph Carl
Delyangel Castillo
Camden Cessor
MeNiyah Childs
Emily Daniell
Tyrielle Davis
Bartazar Fabian
Greco Figueroa
Karlee Files
Sarah Forrest
Race Frazer
Caliyah Hopson
Cameron Ingram
Macy Jarvis
Avery Langford
Erick Lazaro
Maxx McGaha
Daisy Miranda
Naziah Moore
Kaylee Nichols
Natasha Nunez
Victoria O Neill
Jacob Puterbaugh
Abigail Raines
Adyson Rauls
Jannah Reep
Madylyn Richie
Ervin Rivera
Terence Roberson
Ashley Rodriguez
Kamdyn Simmons
Chance Stephens
Jayla Strickland
Jaylyn Strong
MaCalia Thomas
Allannah Triplett
Ryann Turner
Loran Vallejo
Tamia Walton
Alexander Wardlaw
Alexander Wargo
Alexis Wilkerson



March Madness AR Underway at WMS

The WMS March Madness AR reading contest is underway. Students are reading, testing and shooting for their grade to win.

Jacelyn Nelson Competes in State Spelling Bee

Warren School District Gifted and Talented: 4th Grade Brunson Elementary Student, Jacelyn Nelson, recently competed in the Arkansas State Spelling Bee on March 2, 2019 at Central Baptist College in Conway, Arkansas.  To qualify, Jacey won the Brunson Elementary Spelling Bee and the Bradley County Spelling Bee.  Jacey competed against over 50 other students from around the state, ranging from grades 4th- 8th grade.  Jacey represented Brunson and the Warren School District well!

G/T Conducts Pig Heart Dissection Lab

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  Brunson 5th Grade GT students recently participated in a pig heart dissection lab at The Museum of Discovery in Little Rock.  Students were able to dissect and explore parts of the heart, all while learning about the cardiovascular system. 

G/T Takes Part in STEM Lab

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:4th Grade  Brunson Gifted and Talented students recently participated in a STEM Lab at The Museum of Discovery in Little Rock.  The students had a great time creating candy, making observations, and touring the museum.

 

Local student places 12th in State

Katherin Pulley, a 2018 graduate of the adult education program at South Arkansas Community College in Warren, had the 12th highest general-education development test score in Arkansas last year, among 3,462 total students. She has been invited to a recognition ceremony at the State Capitol in April.

Weston Gavin Wins Southeast Arkansas Chess Invitational

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  Warren Middle School 8th grader, Weston Gavin, recently competed in the Southeast Arkansas Chess Invitational.  Weston placed 3rd in the competition.

Warren G/T Students Are Published Authors

Warren School District Gifted and Talented: 4th and 5th Grade GT students at Brunson Elementary have recently become published authors.  Their book titled, "Predators: Nature's Misunderstood Sweet Hearts" was written and illustrated by the students.  The book focuses on predators that get a bad name. 

SEACBEC Hosts Technical College Day

Southeast Arkansas Community Based Education Center  (SEACBEC) hosted a Technical College Day on Monday, February 11, 2019 from 10:00 AM through 2:00 PM for students and from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM for parents and community.  The focus was for students to be introduced to the 2 year colleges, community colleges, trade schools, apprenticeships, and other career and technical training programs offered throughout the state.

SEACBEC students were able to meet with numerous representatives that came from across the state and to hear about different career and technical college programs, trade schools, and apprenticeship opportunities offered within the following organizations:


South Arkansas Community College, El Dorado

University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff:  Industrial Technology Management and Applied Engineering Program

University of Arkansas - Pulaski Technical College

Southeast Arkansas College, Pine Bluff

UAM- College of Technology, Crossett

UAM- College of Technology, McGehee

Arkansas Welding Academy, Jacksonville

Southern Arkansas University Tech

Northwest Technical Institute, Springdale

Baptist Health College, Little Rock

Arkansas State University, Mountain Home

United Welding Institute, Pottsville

The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades

Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund

Federation of Advanced Manufacturing Education (FAME) Apprenticeship

Welsco Inc.
Students speak with SAU Tech
Many visited with representatives from the Welding Institute.
Also in attendance was Pulaski Tech.  In the background you can see UAPB, In, International Union of Painters, Allied Trades, and Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund.
Kendall Pope and Cedric Hampton take a look at the Welding simulator brought by Welsco.
Everyone enjoyed learning more about South Ark's Career and Technical Programs.

Warren G/T Presents A Walk Through Black History

Warren School District Gifted and Talented:  4th and 5th Grade Gifted and Talented students at Brunson Elementary recently presented "A Walk Through Black History- A Live Wax Museum" for parents, family members, and community members.  All Brunson students were able to attend the museum as well.  Brunson GT students researched important men and women in Black History, created short narratives, and dressed up like their character.  55 GT students participated; all did an outstanding job!

Editor's Note:  It sure made an "old" teachers heart melt when I read about this event.  Justin Beth is one of my former students.  This is a very good way to teach students to research and explore the past.  From  the looks of the pictures, I would say it was a success.  Congratulations to all who were involved.  B. Reep