Warwick School District

District will Celebrate Annual Warwick Strong Day on 11/22

Warwick School District will hold its annual Warwick Strong Day on Monday, November 22nd right before the Thanksgiving Break. This event started in 2019 as a way to recognize the strength of the Warwick community while demonstrating thankfulness for all the support given to the district. 

All six school buildings will be participating in various acts of kindness on Monday, November 22nd.  Students and faculty are encouraged to wear “Warwick Strong” or red and black apparel.  

A few of this year's activities include elementary students putting together ‘thank you’ cards for first responders, assembling snack boxes for the local police department, fire department, and healthcare workers.  Lititz Elementary is hosting a coffee bar for its local first responders, and John Beck Elementary is donating and decorating "pick me up" bags for local hospitals.  The Warwick Middle School created a video montage with uplifting messages, and the clubs at the high school are creating poster messages to be displayed outside the building.  These posters will be set up in front of the high school and members of the public are encouraged to stop by to take photos and share with local first responders.  

“We are so thankful to live in a community that cares for the students and staff of its schools, were excited for this third opportunity on this Warwick Strong Day to give back a small token of appreciation to those first responders, and frontline workers who have given tirelessly of themselves day in and day out during this pandemic,” stated Dr. April Hershey, Superintendent. 

Together we are Warwick strong.