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Superintendent Message-October 23, 2020

As the holidays are fast approaching, I wanted to ask that you consider the CDC has issued guidance that “travel does increase your chances of getting and spreading COVID-19” in your decision-making. Our actions as individuals have an effect on our Cougar community. Due to the stated guidance on travel and that NYS is discouraging large gatherings, my hope is that families will honor the state’s advisory restrictions to the extent possible, and follow CDC guidelines to help mitigate the risks associated with gatherings and travel.

Also, as you likely know, Governor Cuomo issued a travel advisory that requires quarantine if visiting any of the restricted states. Traveling to such states requires notifying the Department of Health using the Online Traveler Health Form (can be found on the website listed below) upon return to NYS as well as a 14-day quarantine for all who traveled. This is required by New York State as well as the Department of Health and will prevent your child from coming to school.

The district is hopeful that families will not travel to states or countries that have been identified as those that would require the mandatory quarantine upon return. Besides increasing your individual health risks, traveling to those states or countries will have a significant impact on your child being able to return to in-person learning, as they will need to quarantine upon your return to NY for the 14 days mandated by NYS and be considered an unexcused absence.

I truly understand that many of us have made and will continue to make sacrifices during this pandemic to help protect all in our community in hopes to allow us to remain open for in-person instruction. If any of the travel restrictions are modified or changed we will be sure to post the information for families. I truly thank you for your continued dedication to keep our community and school safe.

For more information please see:
https://coronavirus.health.ny.gov/covid-19-travel-advisory

October Character Ed Virtual Assembly

Guidance for Halloween

Notes from the Superintendent

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North Warren CSD - Virtual Open House

Return to Learn

Social Connect

Dear North Warren Students and Parents,

As students deal with the implications of social isolation from peers and school, it may help to have someone to talk to. If you would like to setup a phone appointment to speak with a counseling resource at school, please send an email to SocialConnect@northwarrencsd.org.

In your email, please provide a phone number that we can reach you. You will be contacted for a phone appointment.

 

DISTRICT WIDE SAFETY PLAN

DIGNITY FOR ALL STUDENTS ACT

The New York State Dignity For All Student Act (Dignity Act) was signed into law on September 13, 2010. This legislation amended State Education Law by creating a new Article 2 - Dignity For All Students.

The Dignity Act states that NO student shall be subjected to harassment or discrimination by employees or students on school property or at a school function based on their actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, gender, or sex.

For more information: Dignity Act Overview

Know Your North Warren Dignity Act Coordination Team:

Michael Therio - 8-12 School Counselor x 757
Deirdre Hill - K-7 School Counselor x 757
Caleb Martin - 7-12 School Principal x 702
Maggie Kelly - PreK-6 School Principal x 704
Jay Fidd - Security X 326
David Parisi - Social Worker X 771

DASA Compliant Form - email this form to DACT@northwarrencsd.org

View North Warren District Policies

PREPAY FOR FOOD SERVICES

  • With current national attention being focused on children’s health and wellness issues, North Warren Central School’s Food Service Department is excited to provide parents a convenient, easy and secure online prepayment service to deposit money into your child’s school meal account at any time.  This service also provides parents the ability to view your child’s account balance through a web site called mySchoolBucks.com.  By having money in each child’s account prior to entering the cafeteria, we find the lunch lines move along much faster so your child has more time to eat and be with friends. 

    Also, parents will have the ability to print out a copy of their child’s eating history report.  This history report will show you all dates and times that your child has purchased a breakfast and or lunch within the past thirty days.

For more information and to access these services simply click on the Food Service link and choose Payment Information.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE RESOURCE CONTACT

RESOURCES:

TALK WITH YOUR TEEN ABOUT E-CIGARETTES

DEVELOP A PLAN TO HELP KEEP TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS SAFE

INFORMATION FOR PARENTS REGARDING PRESCRIPTION PAIN MEDICINE AND HEROIN

CONTACT: David Parisi - School Social Worker 518-494-3015 X771

 

PARENT PORTAL INFORMATION

  • The North Warren Parent Portal is available to provide parents/guardians online access to student records. Parents/Guardians of students in grades 6-12, who currently receive mailed documentation, are able to access attendance, progress reports, and report cards online.

  • For more information about signing up for the portal or for tips on accessing your new account, check the PARENT PORTAL GUIDE under the Parents menu above.

    *** If you signed up for the portal and are not receiving emails, insure that our emails are delivered to your inbox rather than a “junk” or “bulk” mail folder. You may need to add northwarrencsd.org? to your trusted senders or white list ***

    If you need further assistance with you parent portal account: Email Techhelp (techhelp@northwarrencsd.org)

POTABLE WATER RESULTS

  • Click here to view results of newly installed Water Fountain.

    Click here to view complete analytical results.

CAREER AND COLLEGE READINESS

OLWEUS BULLYING PREVENTION PROGRAM

  • North Warren participates in an internationally recognized bullying prevention program called Olweus. This is a cultural implementation of a philosophy of respect and regard for others that consists of 4 Olweus program components which include:
    + school-level components
    + classroom-level components
    + individual-level components (working w/ individual students & their parents),
    + community-level components
 
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