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Calendar changes, but district must schedule 180 days

October 6, 2016 The teachers strike starts today. It can’t initially last longer than Thursday, Oct. 27. It may not result in a contract, however. more »»

Public learning about transitioning students with disabilities

October 6, 2016 The mission of the Warren County Transition Council is to “promote effective transition for students with disabilities from school to adult life and to become productive citizens within their... more »»

Back and forth

October 4, 2016 The Warren County School District leadership attending an annual state conference has effectively pushed contract negotiation sessions with the Warren County Education Association (WCEA) into next... more »»

Back and forth

October 4, 2016 After negotiations dramatically closed the gap between the two sides Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, the representatives for the striking teachers union were prepared to set up bargaining agai... more »»

District’s labor counsel: Not all lawyer fees spent for teacher strike

October 4, 2016 Sometimes things aren’t always what they seem – like the legal fees incurred by the Warren County School District Yes, the district has paid the law firm of Fanelli Willett $141,536. more »»

Halls Of Ivy:

October 1, 2016 Laura Patterson, daughter of Kathy and Todd Patterson of Tidioute, graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pittsburgh School of Nursing’s accelerated one year BSN program August 12,201. more »»

Flood of appreciation

September 29, 2016 On July 7, a drain pipe burst at the Warren Area Student Union, causing more than $30,000 in damage, much of it to the floor of the gymnasium on the second floor. more »»

Kindergarten numbers are up, but county enrollment down once again

September 29, 2016 Thanks to an influx of kindergarten students at Warren Area Elementary Center, the Warren County School District’s enrollment is only down slightly. more »»


September 28, 2016 Along the path to setting goals for Warren County School District, board members and administrators talked about what is, could be, and should be going on in the district. more »»

Project manager ensures WAHS renovation of the ‘highest quality’

September 27, 2016 Much of the discussion at the Warren County school board’s committee meetings Monday night centered on construction — funding construction, keeping students safe in construction areas, and the... more »»

Public invited to today’s goal-setting meeting

September 27, 2016 It’s time for the school board to get together to consider the future of the district. The Warren County School District board will hold its annual goal-setting meeting at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. more »»

Old debt vs. new debt: Board members debate school spending plan

September 27, 2016 Warren County School District is taking on debt as some old debt is paid off. In terms of the budget, it’s a wash. more »»

Day of Peace

September 24, 2016 Normally, the International Day of Peace is celebrated on Sept. 21. Jen Wortman, who teaches Catholic Studies at St. more »»

Eisenhower High School Homecoming queen

September 24, 2016 Times Observer photo by Ben Oviatt Emily Bailey was voted this year’s Eisenhower High School Homecoming queen and was announced as the winner at halftime of Friday night’s home football game. more »»

WAEC proposes adding Dean of Students position

September 24, 2016 Warren Area Elementary Center will soon have a dean of students. more »»

Numbers up at Warren County Career Center

September 23, 2016 Operations are running smoothly at the Warren County Career Cente. more »»

Charter school advocate focuses on funding issues with TCCS group

September 23, 2016 Advocacy can take many forms. Sometimes it can take simply getting a group of stakeholders together and talking. more »»

Community Foundation of Warren County awards scholarships

September 22, 2016 Every year the Community Foundation of Warren County awards scholarships to deserving students from programs established in memory of individuals who have passed away, or in honor of a distinguishe... more »»

News From The Halls Of Ivy:

September 17, 2016 Christian Mosebach has been awarded the Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.) degree from the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) in Erie, on May 29, 2016. Dr. more »»

Support for WCEA evident at meeting

September 13, 2016 Close to 150 Warren County School District employees and supporters attended Monday night’s school board meetin. more »»



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