Attention Schools, Parents, Families, and Community Members:The WCSD needs your input to focus our efforts in Title II-A and Title IV Part A programming and resources. The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires districts to seek input from all stakeholders. Please share your input by clicking on the link below to access the short survey. Also below is a link to informative videos that explain the purpose and use of Title II-A and Title IV Part A funds.
Educational Options Survey 2021 - 2022 School Year:
The Warren County School District needs to plan for proper staffing placement for next school year. Please let us know what option you THINK you may choose for next school year. You may change your mind at a later time.
Educational Options 2021-2022 School Year
Parent Focus Group - On Tuesday, September 15, from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. there will be another parent focus group virtual meeting for the Centeral Attendance Area schools. The link for the meeting is on our Facebook page.
IMPORTANT! Critical Technology Information needed - Parent Technology Survey - May 2020Parents/families please fill out the parent technology survey for each student. Below is a link to a brief WCSD Student Technology Needs survey. The purpose of the survey is to help determine the technology needs of each student for the 2020 - 2021 school year. If you haven't already completed this important survey please take a minute or two to do so. Thank you!!
WCSD Virtual Academy Application
Prior to going to the Virtual Academy a perseptvie student must complete the application provided in the link below. If you have any questions, please contact Neal Kent or Misty Weber at (814) 723-0574. Please make sure that all parts of the application are completed.
Click on the link below for the list of Virtual Courses being offered this year.
WCSD Virtual Course Offerings
For all students choosing Virtual Academy (Option 2) Full-time: There will be a technology/workbook pickup for all option 2 students on the following dates/times:
Wednesday - 8/19 from 10- 6
Monday - 8/24 from 9-4
Tuesday 8/25 from 10-6
Wednesday 8/26 from 9-4
Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) Notice
CHIP covers uninsured children and teens up to age 19 - and no family earns too much to qualify. With more than 124,000 uninsured children in Pennsylvania, this is great news for families! CHIP provides quality, comprehensive health insurance for routine doctor visits, prescriptions, dental, eye care, eyeglasses, mental health, and much more. CHIP covers uninsured kids who are not elibible for Medical Assistance. For most families, CHIP is free - for others, it is low cost. See the flyer below for more information.
Title IV Funds SurveyParents and Guardians: Please take this 3 question survey to help the WCSD determine how to use Title IV funds. Thank you!https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=5H8HhE0j_EmCsJyTTTqn4h3GCl-Vq6NAv0jkiif1xXlUQkc2MzlRVERGNDNCRFAxRVFFTkxMQVRKMy4u
Math Before Bed
The benefits of reading stories to our children at nighttime have been shared countless times over and for good reason. Reading improves literacy skills. Why is it that we don’t do math with our children before bed?
Math Before Bed is a collection of prompts that can inspire mathematical discussions that you and your children can have before bed, at dinner, or anytime. Each prompt on this site shows you and your child a perplexing problem. Sometimes there is one right answer and sometimes there are many right answers. The purpose of each question is to generate a discussion about HOW you determined an answer. If you find one answer, try to find another. You could complete one prompt a night, or many prompts. https://mathbeforebed.com/