Warren Village School is committed to providing students with the academic foundation necessary to develop a love for life-long learning, to pursue the ideals of democracy, a regard for the law, and a concern for the common good. We will strive to:
  • Create learning opportunities that foster a desire for knowledge.
  • Have each student develop and demonstrate proficient reading, writing, mathematics, and oral communication skills.
  • Utilize a differentiated curriculum, based on best practices and meeting the standards and expectations set forth by the State of New Hampshire.
  • Help each student develop sound mental, physical, and emotional well-being.
  • Develop critical thinking, self-evaluation, and decision-making skills.
  • Promote the principles of a democratic society.
  • Emphasize the importance of family and community

Decision of November 10th School Board.


Draft- Subject to Legal Review


Regarding Plymouth Regional High School (PRHS); the school board of town of Warren will pay the tuition for the three 9th, the three 10th grade, three 11th grade, and one 12th grade students who were enrolled last year.  This does not include any student or students who enrolled or might enroll in upper grades

this year. This is the last cohort of students who will be paid for by the school board of town of Warren at PRHS.  Once this cohort of students has all

graduated this will be the last group of students to be paid for at PRHS. Next year’s entering 9th grade will not be paid for nor any new students who wish to enter in other grades or other high schools other than Woodsville High School.


Regarding the one student at St. Johnsbury Academy; the school board of town

of Warren will pay for the student until the student graduates from

St. Johnsbury Academy.



Highlighted Events

May 11, 2016- Early Release Day, Dismissal @12:30pm
May 12, 2016- Spring Concert @ 6:30pm
May 20, 2016- ASP LAST DAY
May 23, 2016- Pre-K & K Registration
May 27, 2016- 5th-8th Hiking Trip & Last Day of Pre-K
May 30, 2016- Memorial Day, NO SCHOOL