The Rise (and Fall?) of ASW Ping Pong

by Amy Oh A new sensation has taken over ASW: ping pong. Students spend time playing with their friends during free periods, break, lunch, and after school. They lay out multiple ping pong tables in the new building hallway. It seemed likely that the activity would be momentarily paused due to IB finals, but students kept playing it in the HS commons area. Some teachers … Continue reading The Rise (and Fall?) of ASW Ping Pong

Ms. McGuire Headed Home to Canada

by Fiona Haze The Middle School Associate Principal Ms. McGuire, who has worked at ASW for 8 years is, leaving for Montreal, Canada. According to Ms. McGuire, “ASW has been like a family – my children and I have felt at home here and made lifelong friendships.” She also says that she will always remember Living History Day in 8th grade, the school-wide UN Day … Continue reading Ms. McGuire Headed Home to Canada

Warrior Grass Classic Preview

     On June 17th, The first annual Warrior Grass Classic is to be held upon the great expanse of the track field much like the Football Grass Classic. Teams of four are promised to compete for first place over the course of seven hours of intense volleyball games.       One team of four, the Tipsters, have been pretty confident in their impending performance … Continue reading Warrior Grass Classic Preview

Graduation Ceremony Ends High School for Class of 2017

by Diana Stoyanova After months of hard work, some procrastination and lots of class bonding, the Class of 2017 took the stage one last time for their graduation on Saturday, May 27th. This year, the auditorium at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews overflowed with distant relatives, parents, and friends eager to see the seniors’ rite of passage. As the ceremony commenced, … Continue reading Graduation Ceremony Ends High School for Class of 2017

PD Day: What Do Teachers Do When There Are No Students at School?

by Alex Buckley Many students think of “PD day” as synonymous with “day off”, but most don’t know what actually happens during these gleefully-accepted free days for students. “PD” stands for “Professional Development”, and much like the name suggests, is usually a day when staff come together to develop their abilities and learn new skills to implement in their classes. Mr. Merritt, a global politics … Continue reading PD Day: What Do Teachers Do When There Are No Students at School?

Welcome to Warrior News!

Hello! Welcome to the Warrior News, the online school newspaper of the American School of Warsaw. Every day starting from today, the Warrior News will bring you something new to read. We hope to report on the diversity, creativity, and energy that this community holds. Not only that, but we will also write about the world of Warsaw and beyond as we interpret it. This … Continue reading Welcome to Warrior News!