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The mission of Warren Technical School is to prepare students with self-advocacy, life and employability skills through research-based instruction and career exploration. 

Hello Gorgeous Gives Back!

Thank you Kim Fredrickson, owner of Hello Beautiful Boutique, for donating professional attire to the students at Warren Technical School!  Pictured:  Fashion Marketing students, Kim Fredrickson (L), and Martinique Pinder (R), Marketing instructor.
                                               Spotlight On 
       Confident Ladies Acquiring Social Success 
SkillsUSA Toots
SkillsUSA Training

SkillsUSA members and advisors attended the 2019 Fall Leadership Conference held at the Georgia FFA-FCCLA Center on October 30, 2019.  The members participated in varous leadership traning activities that were shared with the local Warren Tech chapter.  The experience was memorable for all who attended.   

  Earlier in the month, members participated in an annual volunteer activity at the Atlanta Comuunity Food Bank.  Members sorted, packed, and weighed food and toiletry items for those in needs.  

HOSA Members Attend 2019 Leadership Conference

(Top Photo):  Warren Tech students and Dr. Tiffany             
Barney, former GA Department of Education                   
Program Specialist and HOSA board member. 
(Bottom Photo):  Warren Tech students and
Rennie Curran, former University of Georgia 
and NFL player. 

FCCLA Student Competes at Nationals

HOSA Students Take Over Orlando

      Student earns top 10 ranking in Speaking Skill category!                                         
Construction Program Designed and Built Benches as a Team
HOSA Champions Luncheon
State Champion

On Saturday, May 18, 2019, Georgia HOSA held their first ever Champions Luncheon to celebrate all 1st place State Leadership Conference winners.  Advisors were allowed to attend.  This event was held at the Fox Theater in Downtown Atlanta, GA. 

The only 1st place winner for the Warren Technical HOSA Chapter for Interviewing Skills attended.  She was awarded with a certificate and had the opportunity to experience the Egyptian Ballroom and a fine dining experience. 

 At the conclusion of the event, Ms. Lindsey, the chapter advisor, was awarded with a certificate and shadow box gift as the State Champion Advisor for 2019.  

Agriculture Program Plants the Seeds
Warren Tech Students Selected for Project Search Initiative

Nine students from Warren Technical School were selected to participate in the pilot program for Project Search beginning this summer. Project Search is a national organization with many locations throughout the United States and abroad that partners with local entities to provide job training and internship opportunities for individuals with special needs.

Dekalb County Schools, Dekalb Community Service Board, and Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation have joined forces with Woodbridge Corporation to launch the initiative for this new site. Work Based Learning coordinators, Dr. L Wright and Ms. K. Harris along with Lead Teacher of Special Education, Dr. B. Rice joined the planning team in December, 2018 in a meeting with representatives of Project Search to launch the project at Woodbridge Corporation in Lithonia.

Recommended students were selected based on interest and skill levels and invited to Woodbridge in March for a skills assessment. The assessment was conducted by the Human Resource Manager and other personnel from Woodbridge along with members of the planning team to determine if they were good candidates for the program. Nine of the ten students selected for the program were from Warren Tech! The objective is for students to work as interns for a year with the company and then hopefully join as permanent employees.

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Warren Tech Chapter of SkillsUSA Wins Gold Chapter of Distinction
2019 Spring Business Advisory Luncheon

Business partners and local community leaders gathered at Warren Technical School on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 for an appreciation luncheon for their support of students and staff. Hosted by the Work Based Learning coordinators, the culinary team, the hospitality team, and other school personnel, our guests enjoyed a delicious lunch while continuing to exchange ideas with pathway teachers and with each other.

Principal Neal opened the event by extending a heartfelt welcome to guests, shared the school vision, and some of the accomplishments of our students. Assisted by the hospitality team, our award winning culinary team served a delicious meal of a mixed green salad followed by pimento cheese stuffed chicken with green beans and creamy duchess potatoes. They finished off the meal with a choice of chocolate ganache cake and vanilla cake filled with lemon curd. Members of Young Men of Distinction and Confident Ladies Acquiring Social Success directed parking and served as hosts and hostesses to greet guests as they arrived for this wonderful occasion.

The guest speaker for the occasion was Mrs. Linnet Miller who is founder and director of Ego-Ideal, Inc. Mrs. Miller delivered a very heartfelt message that appealed to employers and business leaders to look at the “abilities” and not the “disabilities” of special needs students. Her vision driven from that thought led her to begin Ego-Ideal, Inc. Her emotional story of how she approached her own son’s disability (abilities) helped him to overcome those perceived obstacles and today hold a job really inspired those who sat and attentively listened.

Dr. David Collins, the district’s Teacher of the Year, and Michelle Christian, Director of Programs for Tommy Nobis Center were recognized for their contributions to the students.   

Programs set up displays in the cafeteria where guests mixed and mingled as students showed off their projects and explained aspects of their individual pathways. This gave visitors an opportunity to explore and examine some of the students’ work while learning more about the skills they learned and practiced every day.

Guests then dispersed into classrooms of each of the various pathways to consult with teachers and provide input on industry trends and workforce needs for teachers to incorporate into their lesson plans so that they ensure students are prepared to enter into the workforce.

Autism Walk 2019
Austism Walk 2019

We would like to thank the staff of Warren Technical School for another successful Autism Walk this year. The overwhelming love and support for Jalen is amazing. Your donations will help Autism Speaks continue their advocacy and support of persons living with autism. Your monetary and in-kind donations of food, drinks, and paper goods items allowed for all that attended to eat and receive a Team Jammin Jalen T-shirt.

The Collier family appreciates you all and can’t wait until next year to do it again and tell you about the progress Jalen will make over the next year because of your support. 


FCCLA Community Service Project
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Agriculture Visits Alegre Farms

The students from the Agriculture Program expanded their knowledge of livestock through an educational experience at Alegre Farms in Duluth, GA.  While at the farm they expanded their knowledge in several areas.  They learned how to identify the different species of animals and their required habitats for maximum development.  

The students participated in feeding the livestock and in doing so learned some of the techniques used to keep the animals under control while feeding.

The owner/trainer on site demonstrated how to harvest eggs followed by a demonstration on how to milk goats.

The students got an opportunity to observe the owner feed sugar water to the bees and how to smoke bees to keep them calm while watching a demonstration on how to scrape the beehives.  One student actually participated in the demonstration.

The students then moved on to the worm hatchery to see how it is maintained. Overall, the students really enjoyed the visit to Alegre Farms and learned so much that the program is planning to take several more trips back before the end of the year.

On March 14-16, 2019, members of the HOSA organization from the Health Careers program attended and competed in events the 2019 Georgia HOSA State Leadership Conference in Atlanta, GA at the Atlanta Marriott Marquis.  The results are:  

  • Interviewing Skills - 1st place
  • Life Support Skills - 1st and 2nd
  • Speaking Skills - 3rd place
  • Personal Care -7th place 

Students placing in the top 3 automatically qualify to compete at the International Leadership Conference June 19-23, 2019 in Orlando, FL at Walt Disney World. 

ProStart Winners!

Culinary Arts students placed 3rd in the ProStart culinary competition held on March 8, 2019 at the Art Institute of Atlanta. 

Health Care Meets NFL Players

During Super Bowl Week LIII  students who participate in work-based learning at the VA Medical Center were presented with an amazing opportunity.  The Voluntary Services Department and the Community Living Center hosted former NFL players and Hall of Fame players. 
Students were selected by the Community Living Center Director, Mrs. Dixon, to prepare the veteran residents for the arrival of the NFL players, as well as host the players while they greeted each resident.  The remaining three students served all guests, residents, staff, and remaining NFL players with refreshments and gifts.  The students also met Dan Marino, Brian Finneran, Terrell Davis, and Harry Douglas.  Upon meeting the students and the instructor, Ms. Lindsey, Brian Finneran congratulated the students on their achievements and thanked them for their hospitality and customer service.  This was truly a life-changing experience for all of the students.

Wing Fest 2018

      On Friday, November 2, 2018, Warren Technical School's Culinary Arts students participated in the 2nd annual Wing Showdown Competition held at DeKalb County School District's Administrative and Instructional Complex.  Warren Technical School competed against the following high schools to earn bragging rights for the 2018-2019 school year:  Arabia Mountain, Clarkston, Columbia, Lakeside, Miller Grove, McNair, Redan, Towers, and Tucker. 
      Teamwork, customer service, social skills, networking, and other soft skills were exhibited during this event.    Although Warren Technical School students did not place in the top three, the wings entered were delicious and received rave reviews.  

Culinary Arts Students Volunteer at Project Open Hand

Group Photo       Culinary Arts students at Warren Technical School give back to the community by volunteering annually at Project Open Hand.  The mission of Project Open Hand is  to "Help people prevent or better manage chronic disease through Comprehensive Nutrition Care, which combines home-delivered meals and nutrition education as a means to reinforce the connection between informed food choices and improved quality of life."   Students help to achieve the mission of the organization by working as a team to prepare and package meals to be distributed to individuals in need across the metropolitan area.  

Hospitality and Tourism Students and Teachers Give Back at Hands on Atlanta

Future Health Professionals

      Students from the Future Health Professionals organization (formerly called Health Occupations Students of America) from Warren Technical School represented Warren Technical School well at the annual Fall Leadership Rally and Fall Leadership Conference this fall. 
      At the Fall Leadership Rally held in Perry,GA, five students were awarded the Statesman Award as a result of scoring 80% or above on the exams.  In addition, students competed in the speaking contest and designed a membership recruitment poster at the Fall Leadership Conference held in Athens, GA.
Thank You Warren Tech From The Collier Family

My family and I would like to thank everyone for the overwhelming support given to Team Jammin Jalen at this year’s Autism Walk. The turnout was great! The Wonderful World of Warren Tech showed up and showed out.  With the help of everyones donations we were able to raise over $2600.00 for Autism Speaks. 
Warren Tech Supports Autism Speaks Walk
Spring Fling 2018
Warren Tech Alumni Day
Spring Fashion Show
Warren Tech Students Walk-Out For Gun Violence
Field Day 2018
Warren Technical School Get's Eagle Fit
Health, Wellness and Future Farmers of America (FFA) Day
Thanks to a grant received from Action for Healthy Kids for the 2016-2017 school year, Warren Technical School will carry out the mission to lead  school professionals, families, and communities to healthy eating, physical activity, and a healthier school.
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Georgia Piedmont Technical College Tour
Students of Warren Technical School participated in an educational experience where they toured Georgia Piedmont Technical College.
During the tour of Georgia Piedmont Technical College students learned about the several programs which help students to prepare for vocational careers, find their niche in various industries as well as support them in gaining certifications and/or diplomas.  
Future Business Leaders of America - Region 10 Competition
Warren Technical School students participated in the 2017 Region 10 Future Business Leaders of America Competition held at Georgia Piedmont Technical.  The members proudly placed in the following categories:
3rd Place
Business Ethics
3rd Place
Sales Presentation
4th Place

Students from the Construction Program  participated in a volunteer project with HomeAid Atlanta, a local  nonprofit organization dedicated to building and renovating housing facilities for organizations serving homeless individuals and families in the metro Atlanta area.  The participants learned valuable hands on skills while making a difference in the community!

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HATponics Aquaponics/Agriculture

We are pleased to announce the addition of an Agriculture Program.  This program features instruction in Agriculture System Greenhouse techniques and in Aquaponics, which focuses on sustainable agriculture development in Aquaponics farming. 
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