It's time to schedule for the 2015-16 school year. Please carefully review the course offerings in the 2015-2016 Course of Study Guide to make appropriate course selections. All students will meet with their counselor during the months of January, February and March to complete their schedule for the entire school year next year.
The Walker Career Center Culinary Arts Program has been named to the 2014-2015 Elite 50, as voted by the National Center for Hospitality Studies at Sullivan University located in Louisville, Kentucky. The Elite 50 list is comprised of high schools and tech centers that excel in the areas of culinary arts, baking and pastry arts and/or hospitality management. Criteria for awarded programs includes performance during state and national contests such as ProStart, SkillsUSA and Family Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA), strong hospitality enrollment and influence in the community. The Walker Career Center is extremely proud of the Chef Carol Rice and the outstanding students in the Culinary Arts Program. It is truly ELITE!
Pictured: Back Row (Left to Right): Christopher Ritter (Warren Central), Leilani Burton (Warren Central), Aaron Wooden (Warren Central), Leah Herald (Warren Central), Brittany Lenz (Greenfield Central), Byron Hinjosa (Warren Central). Front Row (Left to Right): Mrs. Andrea Yount, Instructional Assistant and Chef Carol Rice (Instructor)
It is the time of year when it could be necessary for schools to close early or be called off due to severe weather conditions. Information regarding closing can be obtained by listening to your favorite radio or TV station. Our automated calling system will call the home of all students using the number you have supplied to the school. Calls will occur as early as 5:30 a.m. and will report either delays or closings due to weather.
Be sure the school has your correct phone number.
You are Invited to Warren Central High School/Walker Career Center Showcase and
February 12, 2015
The event features over 100 participants in the areas of jobs, apprenticeships, military and postsecondary schools. Learn what is available through performing arts, athletics, clubs and much more. All parents and students from Warren and surrounding communities are welcome. Tours of the facility will be available. Come on out and see what the high school and career center can offer!
For students, one of the College and Career Ready standards’ most important new requirements is that correct answers alone will not be enough. Correct answers are very important, but along with them there is a new set of “mathematical practices” that teachers will expect from students. This is part of their preparation for 21st century jobs. More information>>>.
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PARENTS OF COLLEGE BOUND SENIORS
Parents of college bound seniors interested receiving periodic scholarship listings, please email Dawn De St Jeor to have your name added to the email blast. Please include your name and your student's name in this email.
PARENTS OF UNDERCLASSMEN
If you are the parent of an underclassmen you can also email Mrs. De St Jeor with your name, your student's name and grade level to receive important information from the Guidance Department.
IMPORTANT VISITOR INFORMATION
Anyone interested in visiting Warren Central High School should contact Cindy Reierson, 317.532.6201, to schedule a tour or shadowing opportunity.
Anyone interested in visiting Walker Career Center should contact Mary Jo Eberle, 317.532.6152, to schedule a tour or shadowing opportunity.
ELO's are a chance for students to design their own learning plan based upon their career interests. Students cover classroom content while engaging in business-partner experiences. Click on the picture above to take a look at some of the available opportunities!
Warren Township takes the safety and security of our students very seriously. You can report an incident to any Warren administrator or use the options below.
- You can report a bullying incident using the Bullying Report Form>>>.
- You can also report a bullying incident or safety concern by calling 317-532-3049 and leaving a message.
Reports will be investigated by Warren Township administrators. Please note, these reporting devices are not monitored 24/7 so contact 911 if this is an emergency.