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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. 
2018 Education, College, and Transition Fair
On The Scene with Dr. Green 2017-2018
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Warren Technical School Survival
no alternative text given The faculty and staff at Warren Technical School were welcomed back to the 2017-2018 school year with Teacher Survival Kits.  Each kit contains items to help make the school year a success for all! We welcome the students back for a wonderful school year.  

Teacher Survival Kit Contents:

Pen: Because you are stuPENdous!
Pencils:  So you can always be on point.
Markers:  To mark the start to a great year.
Permanent Markers:  To remember to make lasting impressions.
Tissues:  To help wipe away the bad days.
Hand Sanitizer:  So you can stay clean.
Tape:  To remind you that we will stick together.
Sticky Notes:  To take note of all the fun times.
Erasers:  To remind you that no mistake is permanent.
Highlighter:  Because you will be the highlight of each day.
Chocolate:  So you can snicker and have joy each day.
Expo Markers:  So you can help students grow EXPOnentially! 
Paper Clips:  To help you keep it together this year.
Calculator:To add up all your memories this year!
Colored Pencils:  To help bring color into each day.
Glue Sticks:  To remind you to stick to your goals. 

One Team, One Voice, One DeKalb
Spotlight on Excellence - 2017 - 2018 TOTY
no alternative text given Florida native, Ciera Hall is an innovative up-and-coming graphic communcations/brand management professional residing in Atlanta, GA.  Ms. Hall is an alumna of Florida A&M University (FAMU) and teaches Graphic Communications at Warren Technical School.

As a young professional, Ms. Hall pursued opportunities that helped her to gain work experience while allowing her to contribute her unique talent and skills.  Her tenacity has awarded her opportunties to work with diverse establishments such as, Florida A&M Student Activities Office, Tallahassee Utility Marketing Department, and back to back NBA Championship winning franchise Miami Heat, just to name a few.  Throughout her matriculation she was inspired to explore entrepreneurship, starting her first business venture in 2010.

She is no stranger to leadership and being involved with students.  From a young age, she was a youth camp counselor at he local Boys & Girls Club in Tampa, Florida where she served as a student leader in high school.  Ms. Hall inspired students to get involved as the 2011-2012 Queen of Orange and Green at FAMU.  

One of her proudest accomplishments is receiving support from fellow FAMU Alumni Will Packer, producer and film maker of box office hits such as "Ride Along" and recently "Girls Trip".  In 2016, Mr. Packer became the first celebrity Rattler to wear her most iconic Rattler Pride design from her online e-commerce.  She also considers being selected as Teacher of the Year at Warren Technical School (WT) as one of her proudest professional achievements as an educator.

Ms. Hall believes her role as a teacher is a calling in her life and has helped her soul purpose, which is to create, inspire, and educate.  This is evident by her interactive hand-on teaching style.  She chairs the WT Student Activities Committee, where she spearheads school-wide events such as Fall Fest, Senior Luncheon Luau, and Field Day.  She dreams of being an educational philanthropist in the graphic communications industry.  Ms. Hall is affiliated with organizations such as Pi Sigma Epsilon Marketing and Sales Fraternity, Association fo Career and Technical Education (ACTE), SkillsUSA, and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated.

As the 2017-2018 Teacher of the Year (TOTY), her teaching philosophy is "Each One, Teach One, and Your Legacy Will Live Forever".  Ms. Hall is a firm believer that no matter who you are, at some point in life, you will need to move on to something new.  As a society, she believes we must reach back and help the next generation, otherwise, "the blind will be leading the blind".   This year her message as TOTY is to encourage educators, students, and stake-holders to "Ride the W.A.V.E of Education".  The acronym stands for Walk in your purpose, Anchor in the students, Visualize success in the classroom and Embrace the seasons of teaching and learning.

Ms. Hall considers herself a life long learner and continues practicing her craft on a daily basis.  Her design style is inspired by legendary graphic designers Paul Rand and Andy Warhol.  Ms. Hall aspires to be legendary in both graphic communications and education.  She is proud to be a part of the Warren Technical School family in the midst of her journey.
Warren Technical School's Industry Inspired Holiday Trees
Warren Technical School Health and Wellness and FFA Day
National Kidney Month
Did You Know?

March is National Kidney Month, a time for raising awareness about kidney health and disease in the United States. March 9, 2017, was World Kidney Day. Both are intended to promote awareness of kidney disease and the importance of prevention and early detection. Each year World Kidney Day highlights a particular theme. In 2017, the theme is "Kidney Disease and Obesity: Healthy Lifestyle for Healthy Kidneys.

Held every year on the second Thursday in March, World Kidney Day is an awareness day that brings global attention to the importance of kidney health. The day aims to highlight the risk factors that can lead to Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD).

Water is essential for the kidneys to function. The leading cause of kidney stones is a lack of water; they are commonly reported in people who do not drink the recommended daily amount of water. As well as complicating UTIs, research has suggested that kidney stones also increase the risk of chronic kidney disease.

In recognition of National Kidney Month, students and teachers from the Fashion Marketing program are participating in a lesson that focuses on the benefits of drinking water and how the kidney functions.  Each participant will track his/her water intake and reveal results to the class.  
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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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HOSA International Leadership Conference
This June, two of the Health Careers students, Maya and Cristy attended the HOSA International Leadership Conference held in Orlando, FL. The students met other HOSA delegates from all over the United States, Puerto Rico, Guam, Canada, and more. They traded pins from the various countries to collect on their lanyards. Both students were able to spend two full days at Disney's Magic Kingdom and Hollywood Studios. Maya and Cristy had the experience of a lifetime.
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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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Future Farmers of America Visits the State Capitol
Warren Technical School's Future Farmers of America chapter visited the State Capitol and took advantage of a photo opportunity with Dr. R. Stephen Green, Superintendent of Dekalb County School District.
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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National Voter Registration Day

September 24, 2016  was a big day at Warren Tech as we joined over 4,000 partners nationwide for the voter registration drive. 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.  
2016 Spring Business Advisory Meeting/Luncheon
The Fernbank Experience
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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