Our Senior Girls Volleyball team is enjoying the rewards of a stellar season with gold medals and championship banners to celebrate! Winning four of the four tournaments entered this season-Eckville, Calmar, Hinton and their home tournament, the players and coaches have much to be proud of! Topping off their tournament championship run, our Panthers did… Read more »
Parents can now schedule their Parent-Teacher Interview appointments online. Click here to begin scheduling your appointment.
Students from Grade 5-9 enjoyed listening to the adventures of the Tornado Hunters photographer and team mate, Chris Chittick, on October 24th.
On October 17th the Junior/Senior high celebrated the academic achievements of 2016-2017 school year. With a huge amount of community support our students will enjoy the rewards of high achievement with a combined total of over $10,000 toward their academic scholarships. Thank you very much to our sponsors: Black Gold Regional Schools Capital Power LRT… Read more »
With a cooler season, and a new school year, Alberta Health Services would like families to be aware of that pesky pest, Head Lice. Please see the information below to identify head lice and how to rid of them: A.H.S. Head Lice Information Sheet
Vote for your favourite book to enter CBC’s Fan Choice Contest. You could win: A visit by one of the finalist authors to your school, copies of that author’s book for all of the students in your class, $2000 donation to your school library and $500 spending money. The contest is open to Canadian Residents… Read more »
On October 17th, Warburg School staff, students, and our Wall of Fame Committee, are pleased to celebrate the induction of Gregory Lemermeyer. Mr. Lemermeyer has achieved national and international success in his profession of diplomatic affairs. Please join us at 12:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Centre, to welcome this former student back to Warburg… Read more »
On Friday, September 29th, Warburg School will be participating in Orange Shirt Day. Orange Shirt Day is an opportunity for First Nations, local governments, schools and communities to come together in the spirit of reconciliation and hope for generations of children to come. Every Child Matters.
Warburg School students and staff respectfully request your support for our Indigo Adopt a School story! With our students reading over 2 million words in the first 3 weeks of school you know we LOVE reading and need a lot of books in our library. Please visit Indigo Adopt a School Warburg School to read our… Read more »