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 As required by the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Title I Part A.  Information is available at our school to include but is not limited to the following:

  • the school improvement plan
  • qualifications of your child’s teacher and/or teacher assistant
  • professional development opportunities for teachers and assistants to ensure 
  • highly qualified personnel   
  • opportunities for parent involvement and input
  • the district improvement plan
  • the district parent involvement policy
  • the district report card and the school report card
  • Please contact our school and we will be glad to provide you with this information upon request.


            Como requerido por el Acto de Que Ningún Niño se Quede Atrás (NCLB) del 2001,
            Título 1 Parte A.  Información está disponible en nuestra escuela que incluye pero que
            no está limitada a lo siguiente:

  •  · Plan de Mejoría de la Escuela
  • · Calificaciones del maestro(a) de su hijo/a
  • · Oportunidades del desarollo professional de los maestros y 
  •        de los asistentes para asegurar personal altamente calificados
  • · Oportunidades para la participación y las opiniones del padre
  • · Plan de Mejoría de las Escuelas del Condado de Cumberland
  • · El Plan del Título 1 para la Participación de los Padres y el Plan para 
  •         la Participación de los Padres en las Escuelas
  • · Reporte de Calificación del Condado de Cumberland
  • · Reporte de Calificación de la Escuela
  •              Favor de comunicarse con nuestra escuela y será nuestro placer en proveerle con
                información a su petición.


Click here if you are interested in being a school volunteer.

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7:15 a.m.-First Bell
7:45 a.m.-Tardy Bell
2:40 p.m.-K-2 Students Dismissal
2:45 p.m.-3-5 Students Dismissal

▪         Students may not arrive on campus or enter the building prior to 7:15 a.m.
▪         Bus drivers and other staff will be available at our Open House to inform you of bus stops and estimated arrival and drop off times
▪         Students remaining on campus after 2:30 will need to be enrolled in Prime Time.  School staff members are not available for after school supervision unless your child has been invited to an approved after school activity and parental permission has been obtained.   The Prime Time office phone number is 678-2451.   Arranging private daycare transportation is the choice/responsibility of the parent.  All daycares must agree to follow school policies and directions of school personnel while on our campus.

*Please be aware that we do not allow “fast food” or special meal deliveries for students or staff at lunchtime in the cafeteria.  In addition, due to safety regulations, we may not allow home-made food items to be passed out for consumption.  Individual students are, however, able to bring prepared meals from home in a lunch box/bag for personal consumption.  Students do not have access to refrigerators or microwaves during the school day.  If your child has a documented food/drink allergy please make sure you have your child’s doctor complete the Special Diet Order Form available on the Child Nutrition website .


School bus eligibility is determined by the student’s home address as indicated by the acceptable proof of address on file in our office.  CCS regulations require that an approved adult must be at the designated bus stop to receive all Kindergarten students or bus drivers will not release them.  Kindergarten students who are not released will be returned to the school and the parent/guardian will be responsible for providing timely transportation.  This policy also applies to first and second-grade students; however, the parent/guardian may choose to sign a waiver for students in first or second grade only allowing the child to be released without an adult present at the stop.  This waiver must be on file with the Assistant Principal and bus driver the day prior to the expected release without adult.  You may obtain a waiver at Open House or from the front office.


Our Student/Parent Handbook will outline our student dress code, but for the first few days we want to remind you that many summer clothing/footwear choices are not appropriate or safe for what we are required to do during a school day.  Make sure flip flops are saved for AFTER school or for the weekend and put your arms and fingertips to your sides to see if those shorts /skirts are the necessary length.  In addition,  don’t forget that although it is still very warm outside, tank tops and any shirts that may not provide enough coverage for school should be saved for a non-school day.  Parents, thank you so much for assisting us in making sure our ladies and gentleman are dressed appropriately for learning!



Tell Us What You Think

At Warrenwood we are extremely interested in your feedback. We would love to hear any suggestions you have to offer. Would you like to see changes in the way services are currently offered to our students or parents? Is there something you would like to see added at our school? Here’s the place to share your comments, criticisms, suggestions, etc. Comments will be presented to our SIT team (School Improvement Team) at their monthly meetings. Shortly after that, you will receive feedback on your comments. We hope you will take advantage of this feature of our website. Together we can continue to improve our school and make it an even greater place to be.Click this graphic to leave a comment for the School Improvement Team.

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Published by Caitlin Ostberg on July 11, 2019