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How Nearpod engages 5th graders and accelerates learning at Kissel Hill. Think of it as trying out a new Mediterranean recipe on your family before inviting […]
Hey, Will Maza!   What’s an academic learning facilitator do? Our second teacher profile doesn’t feature a teacher. And right away you want to ask, “So […]
Spending the summer on Nim’s Island.  To lose yourself in a story, to give yourself over to the world created by the author’s imagination, is like […]
Doug Balmer: putting a smile in Warwick chemistry His favorite chemistry teacher was “always cracking jokes” while urging his students to excel. So when Doug Balmer […]
Let’s follow the sun In Honors Astronomy, OT Nolan Rucci makes a solar panel operate like a sunflower.  In the natural order of things, trees and […]
Want to prevent Lititz Run erosion? Start with fifth-graders. Hands-on learning about stream erosion is taking place in the fifth grades of all four Warwick elementary […]
After a dark and stormy night, a mysterious egg on the beach. Let’s say you’re a young Scottish lass or lad. You’re poking around the seashore […]
How Warwick’s Dominick Pepo ran the Alaskan Iditarod.   A great story doesn’t just tell you about something. It puts you in the Trans-Alaskan boots of […]
ExtraGive pumps Extra STEAM into Warwick ed Warwick schools are committed to a full-spectrum STEAM education for all 4100 students, K-12. Science, technology, engineering, the arts, […]
While Warwick families are out of work, don't let them run out of food. Kids found it stressful enough to learn online instead of in class […]