WARREN HIGH SCHOOL
Scholar Athlete: Te’lem Turner, Warren High School
Te'lem Turner of Warren High School is awarded the Scholar Athlete of the Week for Instant Replay. SAN ANTONIO – Meet Instant Replay’s newest Scholar Athlete of the Week, Te’lem Turner of Warren High School. Te’lem is a three year member of the varsity football team and a member of the varsity track team. Turner was named academic all-district three years in a row. Even when times get hard, I find something to do and get back onto that field.”WHAT MEMORIES DO YOU HAVE LEAVING SCHOOL?
Scholar Athlete: John Carrasco, Warren High School
John Carrasco of Warren High School is awarded the Scholar Athlete of the Week for Instant Replay. SAN ANTONIO – Meet Instant Replay’s newest Scholar Athlete of the Week, John Carrasco of Warren High School. Congrats to John Carrasco from Warren High School on being our latest Scholar Athlete of the Week! John maintains a 3.6 GPA and is ranked in the top 25% of his class. It didn’t end the way we wanted it but I’ll always look back and reminisce on those memories.“AdWHAT MESSAGE DO YOU HAVE TO STUDENTS AS THE PANDEMIC CONTINUES TO IMPACT HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS AND EDUCATION?
Former Warren football coach arrested, accused of kicking player during 2019 practice
He resigned from Northside Independent School District at the end of June, a district spokesman confirmed Monday. Robbins most recently worked as a paraprofessional football coach at Yoakum High School, east of San Antonio. The allegations against Mr. Robbins are related to an incident that occurred when he was employed by a previous school district. To date, Mr. Robbins’ teaching certificate has not been sanctioned by the Texas Education Agency. Mr. Robbins is entitled to due process and is presumed innocent.
High school administrators visit homes of students who haven’t completed registration
High school administrators visit homes of students who haven’t completed registrationPublished: August 13, 2020, 2:52 pmAdministrators from Warren High School implemented a festive outreach approach to offer their students help. Two mini buses decorated in school colors made their way through the neighborhoods of Warren Warrior students to door-knock.
High school administrators visit homes of students that haven’t completed registration
Less than two weeks from the start of the new school year, administrators from Warren High School implemented a festive outreach approach to offer their students help. Two mini busses decorated in school colors made their way through the neighborhoods of Warren Warrior students to door-knock. Local school administrators visit homes of students that have been MIA since schools shut down in March due to COVID-19 concerns. The NISD high school’s principal, Valeria Sisk said they tried to reach 45 students Thursday morning. During the summer, Sisk has been working alongside NISD administrators on how to engage students and their families to participate in remote learning.
SA native Taurean Prince tests positive for COVID-19, will miss NBA restart
SAN ANTONIO – Count Taurean Prince out of the NBA’s restart this month. Joining his teammates was not an option due to the timing of his positive test. Brooklyn Nets forward Taurean Prince has tested positive for the coronavirus and will sit out the NBA’s restart in Orlando, sources tell ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 7, 2020Prince is now the latest Nets player to test positive for COVID-19, joining center DeAndre Jordan and point guard Spencer Dinwiddie, who announced his second positive test Tuesday afternoon. In his first season with Nets, Prince started 61 games and averaged 12 points and six rebounds.
Warren High School seniors put school up for sale on Craigslist
SAN ANTONIO – With a few weeks left in the school year, Warren High School seniors have executed a creative prank online. The posting went up on Craigslist two days ago and the price for the building was $2,020. The “senior special” included administration as well. Warren High School seniors put school up for sale on Craigslist (Screenshot of Craigslist)The Senior Realty Group was behind the posting and they even posted a ‘For sale’ banner in front of the school, saying it had been vacant since March. Good Morning Twitter if you or someone you know is in the market to buy some property look no furtherEarl Warren High School For SaleSenior Special: $2020 (admin included)click the link below if interestedhttps://t.co/aciAPWOgKC#seniorprank #senior2020 #school @NISDWarren pic.twitter.com/DMLS4Tymxj — elizabeth🧮 (@lizzy10428) May 14, 2020As of Saturday morning, the posting was still up on Craiglist.
'Senior Special': Warren High School for sale on Craigslist for $2,020
'Senior Special': Warren High School for sale on Craigslist for $2,020Warren High School is for sale on Craigslist for the reasonable price of $2,020. Warren High School is for sale on Craigslist for the reasonable price of $2,020. Photo: Elizabeth Hernandez Photo: Elizabeth Hernandez Image 1 of / 6 Caption Close 'Senior Special': Warren High School for sale on Craigslist for $2,020 1 / 6 Back to GalleryWarren High School has been empty during the coronavirus pandemic. We spoke with the Senior Realty Group, a group of friends set to graduate from Warren, behind the sale. #WeAreWarriors pic.twitter.com/tLHiSCJeQU Valerie Sisk (@Valat1) May 15, 2020According to the listing, the sale price includes 150 rooms, 25 bathrooms, and two indoor gyms.mysanantonio.com
Warren High School seniors mark National Decision Day with a parade
SAN ANTONIO – With horns honking and students cheering, a parade of vehicles snaked its way around the Warren High School campus Friday morning. Seniors were observing National Decision Day, a deadline for them to announce their college, university or military branch of choice. During the procession students paused to announce their choice to faculty members on hand to view the parade. “We don’t get prom, Senior Skip Day,” said Senior Marco Guzman. “This is a great thing to celebrate and this pandemic is causing us to be very creative.”
Teen who says he was kicked by Warren football coach has fractured leg, medical records show
SAN ANTONIO – A Warren High School student who claims the school’s head football coach kicked him in October has a fractured leg that could take up to nine months to heal, according to medical records related to the injury viewed by the KSAT 12 Defenders. Coach Jeff Robbins remains on administrative leave, more than eight weeks after the incident, which occurred during an athletics class on campus in late October. Records: Warren football coach kicked student, could face felony chargeThe student, a 16-year-old member of the Warren football team, was lined up in a formation and did not hear Robbins tell his players to take a knee, according to a source familiar with the investigation. Robbins is then accused of kicking the teen behind his right knee, causing it to buckle, the source said. A source said the teen could be forced to miss up to nine months of competitive athletics.
Records: Warren football coach kicked student, could face felony charge
SAN ANTONIO - A police report obtained by the Defenders on Friday confirms that Warren High School football coach Jeff Robbins is under investigation for felony aggravated assault by a public servant after a parent told school district police that the coach kicked their son. The Northside Independent School District police report, released Friday in response to an open records request, indicates that officers were made aware of the complaint last Friday. Robbins was placed on administrative leave Monday, where he remains, an NISD spokesman confirmed Friday evening. ORIGINAL REPORT: Warren football coach on leave, under investigation for alleged assault of a studentAggravated assault by a public servant is a first-degree felony charge. Robbins, who made just over $100,000 from the district in 2018, has not been criminally charged.
Warren football coach on leave, under investigation for alleged assault of a student
SAN ANTONIO - The head coach of the Warren High School football team was placed on administrative leave Monday, pending an investigation into allegations that he injured a male student last week, a Northside Independent School District spokesman confirmed. Jeff Robbins, an employee of the district since August 2002, is currently being investigated by NISD Employee Relations, NISD Police and Child Protective Services, the spokesman said via email. District officials have so far declined to release specific information about the incident in question. Warren is 4-4 this season, 3-4 in district play. It is scheduled to play Marshall High School on Saturday.