Sixth Grade Heritage Park Trip

Davis Kent and Christian Erickson

June 14, 2018

Filed under Features

Last week, the sixth grade students went to Heritage Park for a fun day of learning about the environment. They went there for some fun outdoor education and to learn different ways to save the environment.  Some activities they did were learning about different scenarios where you can save the environment. They also went on a nature walk in the woods around the park.  They finished off the trip by visiting the nature center, where they saw live animals and taxidermies. ...

What Are You Doing Over The Summer?

What Are You Doing Over The Summer?

June 14, 2018

Summer is approaching! Warner's Journalism class has been asking different eighth graders what  activities they are doing over the summer. Muqit Essani is going to Dallas, Texas and New York City for a conference. He plans to go to the internati...

Mrs. Doughty

Mrs. Doughty

Lindsay Berke and Rebecca Tauber

June 12, 2018

Filed under Features, Teacher Feature

What made you want to become a teacher? "I thought that I could make a difference with teens and connect with them." If you could take your students on a field trip anywhere in the world, where would it be and why? "I would take them to the Pacific Isla...

Eighth Grade Holocaust Memorial Center Trip Part two

Eighth Grade Holocaust Memorial Center Trip Part two

June 12, 2018

On June 6th and 7th, the eighth graders went to the Holocaust Memorial Center. We asked a couple eighth graders some questions about the Holocaust to see what they learned. Maya Zylman learned that prisoners had to put the dead bodies in an incinerat...

Mrs. Sheridan

Mrs. Sheridan

Rebecca Tauber and Lindsay Berke

June 7, 2018

Filed under Features, Teacher Feature

What made you want to become a teacher? "I love working with kids, watching students learn and grow, and I love math." If you could go back to your first year of teaching, what is one thing you would do differently? "Be more time efficient. I wish I had t...

The Meaty Truth-School Lunches

The Meaty Truth-School Lunches

June 7, 2018

        Warner, just like many other schools around the country, provides students with the opportunity to buy a ‘hot lunch’ every day. Around the cafeteria, you can hear many comments and complaints made about the quality of the food provide...

Cereal Wars Wrap-Up

Cereal Wars Wrap-Up

June 7, 2018

Every year, Student Council sponsors a life-changing fundraiser: Cereal Wars. Many students depend on school for breakfast, so what happens during summer vacation? Not many people know that one in six children in Michigan struggles with hunger; some may...

Mr. Demoss

Mr. Demoss

Lindsay Berke and Rebecca Tauber

June 7, 2018

Filed under Features, Teacher Feature

"In high school, I actually only did cross country to train for the upcoming basketball season because I would be in shape just when it started."

Mr. Lantzy

Mr. Lantzy

Rebecca Tauber and Lindsay Berke

June 7, 2018

Filed under Features, Teacher Feature

"In seventh grade, I realized that I could help and teach others. I was able to put joy on their faces."

NJHS In Action

Emma Belanger, Writer

June 5, 2018

Filed under Features

Many of our school's activities and fundraisers are run by the National Junior Honor Society. All of the members work their hardest to make our school a better and happier place. But what do the members say about their successes? Claire Letterman, a member of NJHS, says that she is proud of the NJHS' successes because they raised a lot of money for different fundraisers, and everyone in NJHS put all their effort into everything that they did. Claire also said she had fun...

Ms. Koperski Teaches With Heart and Soul

Ms. Koperski Teaches With Heart and Soul

Lindsay Berke and Rebecca Tauber

June 4, 2018

Filed under Features, Teacher Feature

Ms. Koperski has been teaching in Farmington for 27 years and is currently a sixth grade science teacher here at Warner.  In addition to making her class really cool for kids, she is also involved in many activities outside of her classroom. In fact, she ...

Eighth Grade Holocaust Memorial Center Trip

Eighth Grade Holocaust Memorial Center Trip

June 4, 2018

Eighth graders are going to the Holocaust Memorial Center on June 6th and 7th.  A couple eighth graders shared what they already know about the Holocaust. Taryn Johnson stated,   “Hitler wanted people to look and believe a certain way.” Muqit Ess...