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Warren County High School

“Well Educated + Career Driven + High Expectations = Successful Citizens ”

Executive Principal

MR. JIMMY WALKER

  • A.S. Motlow State
  • B. S. Tennessee Tech University
    (Plant Soil Science/Biology)
  • M.A. Tenn. Tech University (Admin/Supervision)
  • 30+ years in Education
  • 4 years as Principal at WCHS

A Welcome Message from Principal Jimmy Walker

Welcome to
Warren County High School

Welcome to the website for Warren County High School, home of the Pioneers. Our school's mission is to provide a welcoming environment where everyone believes ALL students can succeed at a high level, and to provide an education that prepares students for a career or college pathway.  Our teachers and staff can be reached through e-mail or by calling the school at (931) 668-5858.

NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

Medley Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Tia Medley for earning Teacher of the Year! 

Thank you for your commitment to your students!

Announcements

May 8, 2019

Warren County High School​
Announcement Sheet
May 9, 2019 (A)

__________________________________________________________________________________
Congratulations / Thank You / Good Luck
Congratulations to the following students on successfully completing and obtaining their CNA National Licensure! 
What an awesome accomplishment!
Page Duke, Valeria Calzada, Kelsey Fults, Brooklyn Grissom, Jimena Rodriguez, Gabby McCormick, Maelee McGee, Brooklyn Newby, 
Emily Pennington, Katy Pennington, Kaitlyn Wade

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School Sponsored/Related/Excused
May 9, 7:45-2:45 – Jasmine Dillon // Kayla Triplett
May 9, 10:30-1:15 – DECA/Retail field trip (23 students)

May 10, 7:45-2:45 – Ana Torres Martinez // JROTC (30 students) // Archery (26 students) // Macy Scott // Devin Jordan // Ashton Whiles // Brianna Garcia
May 10, 7:45-11:10 – Keely Basham, Lacey Cannon, Karina Vasquez

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General Information
The FCCLA Interpersonal Communications project titled The Silent Epidemic: Mental Madness, that the students and teachers completed surveys on a few months ago about stress at school will hold a follow-up meeting today in room 307 during homeroom for anyone that would like to hear more about the findings and solutions on this topic. Ms. Rachel will be the guest speaker and talk to those in attendance about how to alleviate stressors. Please attend today during homeroom in room 307, The Pioneer Pantry. 
BTW….Ms. Christy Simpson and Ms. Connie Bell will receive cookies for having the most participation completing the surveys.  Cookies will be delivered to the above Homerooms on Tuesday, May 14th.


            Attention all students: We will be having an End of the Year Celebration on Friday, May 17th. Our Fun Day will start with an             Academic Pep Rally in the morning, followed by an hour long lunch, then Spring Olympics in the afternoon! If you would like to represent your class and participate in the fun Spring Olympic Games, please see Mrs. Dyer in room 139. Spring Olympic t-shirts will also be on sale during homeroom this Friday, May 3rd and next Monday and Tuesday, May 6th & 7th. Cost of shirts is $12. Profits will support next year's homecoming floats!! Everyone come out and get involved to make this a celebration you won't forget!! 


Any girl who has borrowed any dress, shoes, or jewelry at any point this year from the prom shop (Mrs. Medley) to please return those items by Thursday, May 9th.

Coach Lippe would like to meet with ANY high school girls who may be interested in trying out for basketball in the auditorium on Friday, May 10 during homeroom.

Boys Basketball tryouts for any current student at WCHS will be
Monday May 13, 3:30-5:30pm.

Girls Varsity Basketball tryouts will take place on
Monday, May 20 from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.


Cap & Gown Pictures for seniors are here and ready for pickup in the main office. 


Project Graduation News: 
We still have Cook Books ($10) - Village Car Wash Tickets ($6) Sonic Cards ($10) for sale.  These can be picked up at the Public Defender's Office (115 College Street).
**For more information on any fundraiser, check our Facebook page "Project Graduation 2019" or e-mail request to "wchsprojectgrad2019@gmail.com"

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SPORTS – Week of May 6
May 6-10:  Soccer District Tournament Times& Locations TBD

From The Cafeteria: May 9
Beef/Chicken Nachos    Cheese Dip        Salsa
Spanish Cauliflower    Mexican Rice        Refried Beans
Seasonal Fruit         Milk Variety
Salad Bar, Hot Sandwich Line, and Smart Mouth Pizza 
Offered Daily in the Cafeteria

The Water Bottles are in the Milk Cooler. 


“One Team, One Goal, High Levels of Learning for All”
 

May 10, 2019

Warren County High School​
Announcement Sheet
May 10, 2019 (B)


__________________________________________________________________________________
Congratulations / Thank You / Good Luck
Congratulations to the following students on successfully completing and obtaining their CNA National Licensure! 
What an awesome accomplishment!
Page Duke, Valeria Calzada, Kelsey Fults, Brooklyn Grissom, Jimena Rodriguez, Gabby McCormick, Maelee McGee, Brooklyn Newby, 
Emily Pennington, Katy Pennington, Kaitlyn Wade

__________________________________________________________________________________
School Sponsored/Related/Excused
May 10, 7:45-2:45 – Ana Torres Martinez // JROTC (30 students) // Archery (26 students) // Macy Scott // Devin Jordan // Ashton Whiles // Brianna Garcia // Jose Palomo Morales
May 10, 7:45-11:10 – Keely Basham, Lacey Cannon, Karina Vasquez

May 13, 7:45-2:45 – Keaton Bond // Aaron Watts

May 14, 7:45-2:45 – McKenna Panter, Abbey Bain, Chantal Betancourt // 
                 Jammie Lowery field trip (50 students)

May 14-15, 7:45-2:45 – Emory Anish

__________________________________________________________________________________
General Information
            Attention all students: We will be having an End of the Year Celebration on Friday, May 17th. Our Fun Day will start with an             Academic Pep Rally in the morning, followed by an hour long lunch, then Spring Olympics in the afternoon! If you would like to represent your class and participate in the fun Spring Olympic Games, please see Mrs. Dyer in room 139. Spring Olympic t-shirts will also be on sale during homeroom this Friday, May 3rd and next Monday and Tuesday, May 6th & 7th. Cost of shirts is $12. Profits will support next year's homecoming floats!! Everyone come out and get involved to make this a celebration you won't forget!! 


The FCCLA Interpersonal Communications project titled The Silent Epidemic: Mental Madness, that the students and teachers completed surveys on a few months ago about stress at school will hold a follow-up meeting today in room 307 during homeroom for anyone that would like to hear more about the findings and solutions on this topic. Ms. Rachel will be the guest speaker and talk to those in attendance about how to alleviate stressors. Please attend today during homeroom in room 307, The Pioneer Pantry.                                      
Ms. Christy Simpson and Ms. Connie Bell will receive cookies for having the most participation completing the surveys.  Cookies will be delivered to the above Homerooms on Tuesday, May 14th.

“Senior Walks” at the following schools will take place on the dates indicated, and students will be permitted to participate as school sponsored for 1st and 2nd periods, ONLY IF they are not missing an exam. 
If a student is scheduled to take an exam on that date and time, he or she is responsible for the exam first. Teachers may use your discretion in giving exams at an earlier or later time to students who wish to participate in the senior walks at their previous school.
Centertown – May 14        Bobby Ray – May 16        Morrison – May 20
Dibrell – May 15             Hickory Creek – May 16    West – May 20

Coach Lippe would like to meet with ANY high school girls who may be interested in trying out for basketball in the auditorium on Friday, May 10 during homeroom.


Boys Basketball tryouts for any current student at WCHS will be
Monday May 13, 3:30-5:30pm.

Girls Varsity Basketball tryouts will take place on
Monday, May 20 from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.

Project Graduation News: 
We still have Cook Books ($10) - Village Car Wash Tickets ($6) Sonic Cards ($10) for sale.  These can be picked up at the Public Defender's Office (115 College Street).
**For more information on any fundraiser, check our Facebook page "Project Graduation 2019" or e-mail request to "wchsprojectgrad2019@gmail.com"
__________________________________________________________________________________
SPORTS – Week of May 6
May 6-10:  Soccer District Tournament Times& Locations TBD

            From The Cafeteria: May 10
Spaghetti and Meatball        Baked Potato            
Cheesy Pretzel Stick         Mediterranean Orange and Cherry Salad               
Broccoli                 Seasonal Fruit            Milk Variety
                
Salad Bar, Hot Sandwich Line, and Smart Mouth Pizza 
Offered Daily in the Cafeteria

The Water Bottles are in the Milk Cooler. 


“One Team, One Goal, High Levels of Learning for All”

May 13, 2019

Warren County High School​
Announcement Sheet
May 13, 2019 (A)


__________________________________________________________________________________
Congratulations / Thank You / Good Luck
Congratulations to the following students on successfully completing and obtaining their CNA National Licensure! What an awesome accomplishment!
Page Duke, Valeria Calzada, Kelsey Fults, Brooklyn Grissom, Jimena Rodriguez, Gabby McCormick, Maelee McGee, Brooklyn Newby, Emily Pennington, Katy Pennington, Kaitlyn Wade

Several WCHS freshmen were nominated by their counselor and teachers to be a part of MTSU's True Blue 100.  Six were chosen by MTSU.  They were: 
Karlee Cantrell, Jenna Grissom, Shelbey Hale, Taylan Hobbs, Luis Luna , Hagen Stewart
Students received invitations to a ceremony on April 13th held at MTSU.  Nominations were based upon MTSU's core values of:  -Honesty and Integrity -Respect for Diversity -Engagement in the Community -Commitment to Nonviolence -Academic Achievement

__________________________________________________________________________________
School Sponsored/Related/Excused
May 13, 7:45-2:45 – Keaton Bond // Aaron Watts

May 14, 7:45-2:45 – McKenna Panter, Abbey Bain, Chantal Betancourt // 
                 Jammie Lowery field trip (50 students)

May 14-15, 7:45-2:45 – Emory Anish

__________________________________________________________________________________
General Information
Attention all students: We will be having an End of the Year 
Celebration on Friday, May 17th. Our Fun Day will start with an Academic Pep Rally in the morning, followed by an hour long lunch, then Spring Olympics in the afternoon! If you would like to represent your class and participate in the fun Spring Olympic Games, please see Mrs. Dyer in room 139. Spring Olympic t-shirts will also be on sale during homeroom this Friday, May 3rd and next Monday and Tuesday, May 6th & 7th. Cost of shirts is $12. Profits will support next year's homecoming floats!! Everyone come out and get involved to make this a celebration you won't forget!! 

“Senior Walks” at the following schools will take place on the dates indicated, and students will be permitted to participate as school sponsored for 1st and 2nd periods, ONLY IF they are not missing an exam. 
If a student is scheduled to take an exam on that date and time, he or she is responsible for the exam first. Teachers may use your discretion in giving exams at an earlier or later time to students who wish to participate in the senior walks at their previous school.
Centertown – May 14        Bobby Ray – May 16        Morrison – May 20
Dibrell – May 15             Hickory Creek – May 16    West – May 20

Boys Basketball tryouts for any current student at WCHS will be
Monday May 13, 3:30-5:30pm.

Girls Varsity Basketball tryouts will take place on
Monday, May 20 from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.

Project Graduation News: 
We still have Cook Books ($10) - Village Car Wash Tickets ($6) Sonic Cards ($10) for sale.  These can be picked up at the Public Defender's Office (115 College Street).
**For more information on any fundraiser, check our Facebook page "Project Graduation 2019" or e-mail request to "wchsprojectgrad2019@gmail.com"
__________________________________________________________________________________
SPORTS - Week of May 19
May 21-25:  Softball State Tournament-TBD
May 22-25:  Baseball State Tournament-TBD
May 24:  Track & Field State Championships-MTSU Times TBD

From The Cafeteria: May 13
Salisbury Steak or Country Fried Steak (With Gravy)
Mashed Potatoes        Green Beans
WG Roll            Seasonal Fruit
Milk Variety        
                
                
Salad Bar, Hot Sandwich Line, and Smart Mouth Pizza Offered Daily in the Cafeteria

The Water Bottles are in the Milk Cooler. 

“One Team, One Goal, High Levels of Learning for All”
 

May 14, 2019

Warren County High School​

Announcement Sheet

May 14, 2019 (B)

Any student wishing to be a volunteer worker at YSI this summer needs to come to Mr. Dunlap’s Room 104 during homeroom today. Thank you.
__________________________________________________________________________________
Congratulations / Thank You / Good Luck
Congratulations to the following students on successfully completing and obtaining their CNA National Licensure! What an awesome accomplishment!
Page Duke, Valeria Calzada, Kelsey Fults, Brooklyn Grissom, Jimena Rodriguez, Gabby McCormick, Maelee McGee, Brooklyn Newby, Emily Pennington, Katy Pennington, Kaitlyn Wade

Several WCHS freshmen were nominated by their counselor and teachers to be a part of MTSU's True Blue 100.  Six were chosen by MTSU.  They are: 
Karlee Cantrell, Jenna Grissom, Shelbey Hale, Taylan Hobbs, Luis Luna , Hagen Stewart
Students received invitations to a ceremony on April 13th held at MTSU.  Nominations were based upon MTSU's core values of:  -Honesty and Integrity -Respect for Diversity -Engagement in the Community -Commitment to Nonviolence -Academic Achievement

__________________________________________________________________________________
School Sponsored/Related/Excused
May 14, 7:45-2:45 – McKenna Panter, Abbey Bain, Chantal Betancourt // Dallas Watts
                 Jammie Lowery field trip (50 students)

May 14-15, 7:45-2:45 – Emory Anish

__________________________________________________________________________________
General Information
“Senior Walks” at the following schools will take place on the dates indicated, and students will be permitted to participate as school sponsored for 1st and 2nd periods, ONLY IF they are not missing an exam. 
If a student is scheduled to take an exam on that date and time, he or she is responsible for the exam first. Teachers may use your discretion in giving exams at an earlier or later time to students who wish to participate in the senior walks at their previous school.
Centertown – May 14        Bobby Ray – May 16        Morrison – May 20
Dibrell – May 15             Hickory Creek – May 16    West – May 20

            Attention all students: We will be having an End of the Year             Celebration on Friday, May 17th. Our Fun Day will start with an             Academic Pep Rally in the morning, followed by an hour long lunch, then Spring Olympics in the afternoon! If you would like to represent your class and participate in the fun Spring Olympic Games, please see Mrs. Dyer in room 139. Spring Olympic t-shirts will also be on sale during homeroom this Friday, May 3rd and next Monday and Tuesday, May 6th & 7th. Cost of shirts is $12. Profits will support next year's homecoming floats!! Everyone come out and get involved to make this a celebration you won't forget!!  Also, Model UN Movie Day will be on the 17th. We will be showing Shrek 2 from 10:00-11:45 in the auditorium.

Bowling Tryouts will be Thursday afternoon from 3:30 to approximately 5 pm at McMinnville Lanes. Anyone interested can swing by my room in between classes or during homeroom to get the necessary information.

NOTE: Any student taking AP US History with Mr. Eldridge needs to stop by guidance to pick up their summer work. The assignments will be due on August 7th.

Girls Varsity Basketball tryouts will take place on
Monday, May 20 from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.

Project Graduation News: 
We still have Cook Books ($10) - Village Car Wash Tickets ($6) Sonic Cards ($10) for sale.  These can be picked up at the Public Defender's Office (115 College Street).
**For more information on any fundraiser, check our Facebook page "Project Graduation 2019" or e-mail request to "wchsprojectgrad2019@gmail.com"
__________________________________________________________________________________
SPORTS - Week of May 19
May 21-25:  Softball State Tournament-TBD
May 22-25:  Baseball State Tournament-TBD
May 24:  Track & Field State Championships-MTSU Times TBD


        From The Cafeteria: May 14
                Taco w/ Chips       Cheese Cup        Refried Beans
                 Fiesta Corn        Mexican Rice    Salsa
                 Seasonal Fruit        Milk Variety    
        
                

              Salad Bar, Hot Sandwich Line, and Smart Mouth Pizza 
  Offered Daily in the Cafeteria


The Water Bottles are in the Milk Cooler. 


“One Team, One Goal, High Levels of Learning for All”
 

May 16, 2019

Warren County High School​

Announcement Sheet

May 16, 2019 (B)


Summer school applications for credit recovery are available in the main office, upstairs guidance, and lower guidance.  Summer school registration is May 29 and May 30 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.  
Students must bring their report card to registration.

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Congratulations / Thank You / Good Luck
CONGRATULATIONS to the 2019-2020 KEY CLUB OFFICERS
President Mary Humphrey, Vice-President Kenley Cathcart, 
Secretary Zoye Henry, Treasurer Rosemary Gutierrez, 
Historian Mary-Ella Lee


__________________________________________________________________________________
School Sponsored/Related/Excused
May 16, 7:45-2:45 – Ashton Whiles

May 16-17, 7:45-2:45 – Autumn Bollenbeck-Zimmerman, Ana Maria Torres Martinez

May 17, 7:45-2:45 – Levi Craven, Anthony Craig, Austin Jakes, Bryce Campbell, Brett Campbell

May 20, 7:45-2:45 – Jordan McMillen, Lisa Whitworth
__________________________________________________________________________________
General Information
“Senior Walks” at the following schools will take place on the dates indicated, and students will be permitted to participate as school sponsored for 1st and 2nd periods, ONLY IF they are not missing an exam. 
If a student is scheduled to take an exam on that date and time, he or she is responsible for the exam first. Teachers may use your discretion in giving exams at an earlier or later time to students who wish to participate in the senior walks at their former schools.
Centertown – May 14            Bobby Ray – May 16        Morrison – May 20
Dibrell – May 15             Hickory Creek – May 16        West – May 20


            Attention all students: We will be having an End of the Year Celebration on Friday, May 17th. Our Fun Day will start with the             Juniors’ Awards Program then move to an Academic Pep Rally, followed by an hour long lunch, then Spring Olympics in the afternoon! If you would like to represent your class and participate in the fun Spring Olympic Games, please see Mrs. Dyer in room 139. Everyone come out and get involved to make this a celebration you won't forget!!  Also, Model UN Movie Day will be on the 17th. We will be showing Shrek 2 from 10:00 a.m.-11:45 a.m. in the auditorium. Ticket price will be $1.00 for the movie!

Bowling Tryouts will be Thursday afternoon from 3:30 to approximately 5 pm at McMinnville Lanes. Anyone interested can swing Room 208 in between classes or during homeroom to get the necessary information.

The Warren County HS young Republican and young Democrats will be hosting a voter registration drive on Friday during the hour lunch. If you are currently 18 or will be 18 by July 1, please stop by and get registered. It only takes a few moments. 
Please see Mrs. Lippe or Mr. Eldridge if you have any questions.
 
NOTE: Any student taking AP US History with Mr. Eldridge needs to stop by guidance to pick up their summer work. The assignments will be due on August 7th.

Girls Varsity Basketball tryouts will take place on
Monday, May 20 from 3:00 – 4:30 pm.

Project Graduation News: 
We still have Cook Books ($10) - Village Car Wash Tickets ($6) Sonic Cards ($10) for sale.  These can be picked up at the Public Defender's Office (115 College Street).
**For more information on any fundraiser, check our Facebook page "Project Graduation 2019" or e-mail request to "wchsprojectgrad2019@gmail.com"

__________________________________________________________________________________
SPORTS - Week of May 19
May 21-25:  Softball State Tournament-TBD
May 22-25:  Baseball State Tournament-TBD
May 24:  Track & Field State Championships-MTSU Times TBD


        From The Cafeteria: May 16
            Spicy Chicken Patty        California Blend Vegetables
            Mini Bakers            WG Roll
            Seasonal Fruit            Milk Variety
                
Salad Bar, Hot Sandwich Line, and Smart Mouth Pizza 
  Offered Daily in the Cafeteria

The Water Bottles are in the Milk Cooler. 


“One Team, One Goal, High Levels of Learning for All”
 

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