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Transition talk series: Building Independence with Technology Tools. March 22 @ 6-7, Thomas Nelson Community College.

WJCC Special Education Department presents Transition Talk Series – March 22, 6-7 p.m.

The WJCC Schools Transition Talk Series addresses important and timely topics for WJCC families and their children with disabilities about considering for future planning after high school.


Transition Talk Series

Building Independence with Technology Tools, Mr. Joshua Taylor, VCU Autism Center for Excellence


Join us March 22, 2018 –  6-7 p.m. at Thomas Nelson Community College Historic Triangle Campus Media Center Conference Room.

4601 Opportunity Way, Williamsburg, VA


For any questions please contact tonya.gokita@wjccschools.org.


Register Online »  (Link URL: https://secure.wjccschools.org/archives/412)

January’s Crystal Apple Award, Ms. Williams, English Teacher

Ms. Williams shows dedication and love for her school by being an English teacher and founding the Diversity Club. Through her efforts and creative ideas, Mrs. Williams stands out as a teacher at Warhill.  Diversity Club promoted Mix It Up Day, where students ate lunch with different people to make new friends.  Ms. Williams promotes positivity among students through  Thankful Thursdays, reminding students and staff how much we have to be thankful for. Diversity Club, led by Ms. Williams, helps spread kindness among all students at Warhill.

February’s Crystal Apple Award goes to Ms. Peters, American Sign Language Teacher

The Sophomore Class would like to present Mrs. Peters with the Crystal Apple award.

Mrs. Peters always has a smile on her face. She is friendly to all students in our school. She exudes the Warhill Way. She goes out of her way to help all students. She collaborated with the Theater department for their competition piece this fall. Their lead actor was playing a deaf mute character and she taught him the sign language for his part. She did this on her own time, after school during our rehearsals.

Mrs. Peters interacts with her students in such a positive way. ASL is such a popular class and it is because of Mrs. Peters.  Her own experiences show how having a hearing impairment can become an advantage rather than a disadvantage. She is such as asset to our school.

Thank you Mrs. Peters for all you do for the staff and students at Warhill High School.

Congratulations to our Teacher of the Year, Shannon Williams

We would like to extend a huge CONGRATULATIONS to Shannon Williams for being named “Teacher of the Year” for the 2017-2018 school year!

Mrs. Williams with some of her students Mrs. Williams with more of her students Students honoring Mrs. Williams


Warhill’s class of 2018 will graduate on Saturday, June 16th, at 9:00 am at William and Mary Hall

Warhill’s Class of 2018 Graduation Information


When: Saturday, June 16th

Time: 9:00 am

Where: The College of William and Mary – William and Mary Hall

Warhill – An Advanced Approach to Learning