January 2017  
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Principal Darren Elwell

Ware Junior Senior High School 

Mission Statement

Ware Junior Senior High School provides a safe, supportive environment of high expectations and mutual respect in which students are able to achieve academic success and develop into responsible, self-sufficient participants in a global society.

Beliefs About Learning

  • Students are expected to attend school every day, and will take responsibility for their education by remaining actively engaged in the learning process.
  • Students will regularly challenge themselves and persevere while acquiring new skills and concepts.
  • Students will make connections between academic pursuits and real world applications.
  • Students will demonstrate consideration for self, others, and the school environment.
  • Students will demonstrate skillful application of media and technology for use in the 21st century.
  • Students will communicate effectively through verbal, non-verbal, written and artistic forms.

(Approved by the Ware Junior Senior High School Faculty on October 7, 2014. )

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Dear Ware Learning Community:

With the holiday break fast-approaching and the beginning of a new calendar year on the horizon, I wanted to take this opportunity to reiterate several school-wide expectations.

First, per the Ware Public Schools Handbook:

“Open beverage containers, and glass containers will not be allowed in classrooms or in the hallways. Any student may bring in factory sealed containers of water or juices, and the like for lunch. No soda, no coffee, no caffeinated drinks and no energy drinks of any kind will be permitted. Students may have water bottles in the classroom but they must be in a CLEAR PLASTIC container, so that the contents may be seen. Teachers will be able to remove containers if they are not in compliance. Containers may also be checked for contents if necessary.”

In addition, I cannot emphasize enough the importance of attending school on-time every day! After the accrual of ten (10) absences in the high school, students are subject to loss of credit and must write a letter of appeal to the Attendance Review Committee. In addition, any student who accrues eleven (11) or more unexcused tardies throughout the school year will be ineligible for all extra-curricular activities (i.e.: athletic participation, dances, student government, class-sponsored activities, etc.).

I thank you in advance for your cooperation as we all work to create a disciplined, productive learning environment.


​Mr. Elwell

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