April 28, 2021
Good afternoon Warren Students, Families, and Staff,
We have one important announcement:
Based on current data, information and need, we are planning for a K-8 VIRTUAL & 9-12 ONLINE learning experience for the 2021-2022 school year. This school year has taught us a lot about meeting our students’ needs through these two learning models. We have included those lessons learned into planning for the upcoming school year.
There are two very distinct changes that I would like to bring to your attention. Unlike this school year, there will be a limited number of students who will be enrolled in the K-8 VIRTUAL and 9-12 ONLINE models. We have set these limits based on our observations of this school year. I would like to note that we will continue to be responsive to COVID data and continue to provide a safe option for our students and staff as needed.
The other significant difference from this school year is the application requirement. As a part of the new process, parents / caregivers will be required to submit an application if they would like their child to participate in the K-8 VIRTUAL or 9-12 ONLINE model. This will allow us to better plan for our students and teachers. It will also allow us to determine if the model is the best option for each student. Applications for the 21-22 school year are now available at the links below and will be included in our school newsletters and on our website, warren.k12.in.us.
Moving forward, we will provide updates and new information on an ongoing basis. If you do have questions, you may contact one of the following administrators:
K-4 VIRTUAL Programing - Mr. Greg Butler (317-532-3950)
5-8 VIRTUAL Programing - Mrs. Carey Storm, Creston (317-532-6800), Dr. John Kleine, Raymond Park (317-532-8900), Mr. Jason Smith, Stonybrook (317-532-8800)
9-12 ONLINE Programing - Mrs. Masimba Taylor (317-532-2996)
We look forward to providing a safe and high quality learning experience for our students, families and staff. Thank you for your trust and continued investment in Warren students and schools.
Dr. Tim Hanson, Superintendent of Schools for MSD Warren Township