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Based on the guidance provided by the Marion County Public Health Department and the challenges presented due to COVID-19, all MSD Warren Township schools will begin VIRTUAL instruction on Monday, November 23, 2020. Our students will remain VIRTUAL until Friday, January 15, 2021, with a tentative return to our current models on Tuesday, January 19. 

Monday, November 23, and Tuesday, November 24 will be eLearning days or asynchronous days, meaning students will have more flexibility in completing their school work. Teachers will be available during a three-hour window for support and communication. Monday, November 30 will begin our VIRTUAL learning or synchronous learning, meaning students will follow their given schedule.


If your child is currently VIRTUAL (Grades K-12), your child's student experience will remain the same.

If your child is currently IN-PERSON (Grades K-5) or HYBRID (Grades 6-12), your child will now receive instruction through Zoom and Canvas.


Students (Grades K-4) will continue to follow a daily schedule. Students will log in to their Canvas accounts to get specific information from their classroom teacher. Teachers will send home a more detailed schedule with students by November 20.


Students (Grade 5) will continue to follow a daily schedule. Teachers will send home a detailed schedule with students by November 20.


Students (Grades 6-8) will continue to follow a Black/Gold schedule. Core Connect teachers will send home schedules with students by November 20.


Students (Grades 9-12) will receive their instruction through Zoom and Canvas with their current teachers. A detailed schedule will be communicated by November 20.


The Walker Career Center has been granted permission to continue operating many of its 2-4 hour programs under the current hybrid structure for the foreseeable future to ensure students will have enough hands-on time to meet industry certifications and dual credit requirements. Safety precautions will remain in place across our campus. Students will receive detailed from program instructors by November 20. 


Each student will be sent home with a device and charger. Grades K-4 use iPads, while Grades 5-12 use Chromebooks. 


One of our priorities will be to make sure that every student has a device and has access to reliable internet. Submit a request for a Wi-Fi hotspot here (one per family please). Once your request is processed, the hotspot will be delivered to your student's school where you may pick it up.

Find instructions on how to use the Wi-Fi hotspot here.


If you need support with your device because it is not working or has been damaged, you can visit the help desk at Moorhead Community Resource Center at 8400 E. 10th Street, in the back of the building, from 10:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday or click here to submit a request.

Categories include:

  • Broken device
  • Cannot connect to WiFi
  • Missing charger
  • New virtual student device request
  • Parent account or password issue
  • Student account or password issue


Supplies and books will be sent home by November 20.


Warren is partnering with the Ransburg YMCA to provide our families with YMCA ELEARNING CARE at Brookview Elementary. Students, ages 5-14, are eligible to participate in this program from 6:30 AM - 6:00 PM during the VIRTUAL window. For more information including the cost, click here or visit INDYMCA.org/YouthDevelopment


Warren is partnering with our food service vendor, Chartwells, to provide meals to all students. Food distribution will take place on Tuesdays and Fridays from 4:00 - 6:00 PM at Warren Central High School, Creston, Raymond Park, Stonybrook, and Moorhead Community Resource Center.

Tuesday distributions will consist of 4 breakfast meals, four lunch meals, and three supper meals. Friday distributions will consist of three breakfast meals, three lunch meals, and two supper meals. Menus can be found at https://warren.nutrislice.com/menus-eula

Parent & Caregiver Resources

Check out our Parent & Caregiver Resource page for resources and tutorials on Canvas, ParentVUE, Seesaw, and more must-haves to support your child's virtual learning, all in one place!  


Every Warren Township school has a counselor who is available to support your child. If you have a concern about your child's academics or social/emotional health needs, please contact the counselor at your child's home school. Contact information can be found on your child's home school website under the 'Explore' tab by clicking 'Staff'. 


If you have a hardship or need support, please contact our Community Outreach Hotline at (317) 608-0545 or MSDWarrenOutreach@warren.k12.in.us


The Moorhead Community Resource Center (MCRC) will remain open during the VIRTUAL window and is committed to providing Warren Township families and students with programs and services in a safe, non-judgmental environment where families feel welcome and supported.

Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Main Line: (317) 532-3854

Address: 8400 E 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219


  • Support for Homeless Students and Families
  • Housing and Utility Support
  • Foster Care Support
  • Food & Clothing Pantry Services through Sonny Day
  • Nutritional Education
  • Mental Health Counseling for Individuals and Families
  • Registration Assistance for Health Insurance
  • Substance Abuse Education and Support Groups
  • Healthy Relationships Education
  • Latino Support Services
  • Mentoring Services
  • Employment Services
  • Tutoring Services

For more information about the Moorhead Community Resource Center, click here. If you have needs beyond what is being offered, please reach out to your child's home school or contact us through the Community Outreach hotline at 317-608-0545.


Marion County Department of Health Website - FAQS

Indiana State Department of Health Website

Center for Disease Control and Prevention Website

Coronavirus Disease 2019 Information for Travel

Families First Coronavirus Response Act