Renaissance hosted their 4th annual transition fair, Thursday, November 13th. Students and families had the opportunity to meet with representatives from IVY Tech, Vincennes, International Business College, UPS, National Guard, U.S. Army, and the Center For Leadership Development. Thanks to all of our representatives for sharing this evening, and a special thanks to Chef Dulce and the Chartwell's crew for the tasty cookies and lemonade and Yoshida Bolds for scheduling all of the representatives!
The Rights and Responsibilities Handbook is available online. You may request a hard copy through the school office.
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>>>.
TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SCHOLARS PROGRAM
The Twenty-First Century Scholars Program began in 1990 as Indiana's way of raising the educational aspirations of low- and moderate-income families. The program aims to ensure that all Indiana families can afford a college education for their children.
Income-eligible 7th and 8th graders who enroll in the program and fulfill a pledge of good citizenship to the state are guaranteed the cost of four years of undergraduate college tuition at any participating public college or university in Indiana. Click the link to the left to find out more and to apply online.
Students at WCHS/WCC and Renaissance have access to the valuable online tool USATestprep at school. Our students are also able to use this product outside of school from any computer with web access. USATestprep is fun, easy to use, and provides many features that will help our students succeed as they prepare for the ECAs (end-of-course assessments) in Algebra, English 10, and Biology.
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.