Parent/Teacher Conference Night
Please Join Us for Parent/Teacher Conference Night
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. 


The mission of Warren Technical School is to prepare students with self-advocacy, life and employability skills through research-based instruction and career exploration. 
Alternative Educational Resource Symposium
Spotlight on Excellence - Region 1 TOTY
Warren Technical School's very own Chef Dene Lynn has been named the Region 1 Teacher of Year for the 2016-2017 school year.  She joined the faculty of Warren Technical School in 2012.  Prior to becoming an educator, Chef Lynn worked at various organizations.  They include, but are not limited to, Atlanta Botanical Gardens, The Suzuki School, and the William J. Clinton Foundation in New York City, where she researched data and metrics for various projects related to childhood obesity.
She received exceptional training and instruction from colleges and universities nationally and abroad.  She earned degrees from Liberty University, Felix Fechenbach Berufskolleg (Detmold, Germany), Atlanta Technical College, and Georgia State University.
Her philosophy of teaching is primarily focused on Maslow's Hierachy of Needs.  She believes that she must "Address the needs of my students before learning can occur.  Once the needs have been addressed, students can blossom creatively, solve problems and become productive students who attain levels of achievement that they have never experienced." 
Under Chef Lynn's leadership, students were awarded honors in local, regional, and state competitions.  The most notable awards include:  Two time winners at DeKalb "Iron Chef" Competition, Junior League of DeKalb Culinary Champions, FCCLA Regional Culinary Champions, and FCCLA Digital Delish State Championship.  
Individually, Chef Lynn brought home the Region 1 Superintendent Culinary Champion Award in 2013.   
Way to go Chef Lynn!  
National Voter Registration Day

September 24, 2016  was a big day at Warren Tech as we joined over 4,000 partners nationwide for voter registration. Thanks to the faculty, staff, parents, and student support, our students National Voter Registration Day was a big success! Twenty two students registered to vote.  

Visits to the Voter Registration & Elections Office to secure Voter Identification Cards and Early Voting took 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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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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Warren Technical School Get's Eagle Fit
Warren Technical School received a grant to participate in the Fuel Up to Play 60 initiative for the 2016-2017 school year.  This is an in-school nutrition and physical activity program launched by the National Dairy Council and NFL, in collaboration with the USDA, to help encourage today's youth to lead healthier lives.  
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Field Day 2015-16
Students enjoyed fun and games during the annual Warren Tech Field Day Event. Events included:  a basketball tournament, art room, relay style competitions, cupcake decorating, jump roping, corn hole tossing and a special guest from LA Fitness. The students and staff really let off some much deserved steam. 
2016 Spring Business Advisory Meeting/Luncheon
Tupelo Honey Cafe Visits Warren Technical School
Representatives from Tupelo Honey Cafe,  a southern cuisine restaurant originating in Asheville, North Carolina visited the culinary program. They enjoyed a delicious lunch prepared by an award winning culinary student and Chefs Lynn and Anthony. 

Tupelo Honey Cafe, opened a new restaurant in Sandy Springs in Summer 2016!

Warren Tech's Culinary Arts Program Caters "The Science of Sin" at Fernbank Science Center
The Science of Sin at Fernbank Science Center
On Thursday March 24, 2016, Warren Technical School's Culinary Arts Program's chefs and students proudly represented the school by catering the event "The Science of Sin" at the Fernbank Science Center. 
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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