This year's Valedictorians are Summer Lee, Wyatt French, Hannah Cawhorn, and Jessica Duerson. The Salutatorian is Carson Foreman. Congratulations to these amazing students!
Check out this sneak peak of our new uniforms, which are displayed in the hallway at the high school.
The Warner Eagles baseball team has a 17-5 record for this year and are the 2019 District Champions!
At the state vocal contest, all vocal students who attended received ratings of either superior or excellent. Carson Foreman and Wyatt French earned a gold medal for their duet. Kylea Terrell’s solo also won a gold medal. Our men’s ensemble, girl’s duo, and a solo by Madison McElyea won an excellent rating. We are so proud of all the vocal students!
Thank you to Mike Dobbins with the Cherokee Nation Tribal Council, who donated $2500 to the startup of our new high school Video Production class. This is an exciting new program for our school and our students!
Click the following link to access the paperwork needed to enroll your child in Pre-K for next school year: PreK Enrollment Paperwork.pdf You may also visit the elementary office to pick this up as well. All paperwork should be filled out completely and submitted to the elementary office between Monday, April 15th and Thursday, April 18th.
Click the following link to view how Oklahoma schools performed for the 2017-2018 school year: https://www.oklaschools.com/ According to the Oklahoma State Department of Education , "At the core of the Oklahoma School Report Cards is the belief that all students can grow and all schools can improve. While no student report card tells the full story of a child, no school report card tells the full story of a . . .
Warner high school prom is this Saturday, April 6th, 8-11 PM at Connors State College in Warner. There will be red carpet pictures at 7:30 PM if friends and family would like to take pictures.
Warner recently purchased new high-tech helmets from Riddell for every junior high and high school football player. We are one of the very first schools in Oklahoma to do this. Inside each helmet is the latest technology available for monitoring head impact for each player. Each time a player takes a hit, data is recorded in real time to the coaches. This data lets them know what part of the player's head was hit and . . .
WHS chorus students competed at the district vocal contest in various solos and ensembles. All events rated Superior, Excellent, or Good. High school superior events qualifying to compete at the state vocal contest on April 18 are soloists Madison McElyea and Kylea Terrell; duets Carson Foreman/Wyatt French and Helen Teal/Savanna Wardlow; and men's ensemble Wryan Daniels, Colt Chapman, Trenton Wiggins, Wyatt French, Carson Foreman, . . .