Tonight, May 13, WTHR Channel 13 will air a story on school bus safety. A portion of the story will focus on our district’s results from the initial bus inspection conducted by the Indiana State Police in March.
During an inspection, an Indiana State Police officer thoroughly checks the inside and out of the bus. Everything, from torn seats, exhaust systems and brakes is checked. There are several reasons why a bus can fail its initial inspection. When a bus failed inspection, our Transportation Department immediately made the necessary repairs, resulting in all of Warren’s buses returning to service on the same day problems were identified.
We can assure our families that all buses currently transporting students are safe and have all been certified by the Indiana State Police.
Warren Township Schools
Open to any student in grades 9-12 who fulfills workon requirements and has a positive staff recommendation.
Every other Thursday throughout the school year during alternating periods in the Warren Performing Arts Center.
To provide leadership opportunities for students through numerous service and social activities both in the school and the community.
$20.00 per year
President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Historian, Public Relations, and Activity Coordinator elected by Student Council members in the late spring for the coming year; officers must attend summer leadership training.
Homecoming, Warren's Got Talent, Lip Sync Competition, facilitate the Jr/Sr and Fr/So Leadership Retreats, Winterfest, Children's Christmas Party, Prom, StuCo Member of the Month, member of the School Board, canned food drive, district and state leadership conferences, and district, state and national leadership camps.
The Warren Central Student Council is the largest in the United States with over 340 members and has
maintained status as a seventeen-year member of Honor Council. It also has received numerous awards for community service, including Mayor Ballard's Community Service Award
To promote leadership, teamwork, and citizenship among the students attending Walker Career Center.