• Welcome to my website!  From this page you can access classroom resources my Weebly website which has more information about me plus other useful information. 

     

    A little about me:

    I'm originally from the little town of Mokena, Illinois which is about 30 miles southwest of Chicago.  I moved to Michigan in 1991 when I married my husband, Michael.  Together, we have two boys.  Tyler is 22 years old and a recent graduate from the University of Chicago where he earned a Bachelor's degree in clinical psychology.  This fall he's starting a PhD. program at Penn State to further his schooling in clinical psychology.  Shane is 18 years old and will be entering his senior year at Napoleon High School.  He is a three sport varsity athlete:  cross country, bowling, and golf as well as being a member of the Quiz Bowl academic team.  The baby of our family is our dog, Roxie.  She is a seven-year-old Havanese who thinks she is the queen of everyone and everything.  At school, I often talk about my family so the kids will become familiar with them in a hurry.  Below are some of my favorite pictures of my family.  

      Mr. and Mrs. Warner    The Warner Family with Winnie the Pooh

    Fluffy Dog  
     
    I have been a member of the Michigan Center Cardinal family since August, 2010.  I received two degrees from Eastern Michigan University--Go Eagles!  My Master's degree is in Educational Psychology and my Bachelor's degree is in special education--Cognitive Impairment K-12 with a minor in elementary education.  I am excited about the upcoming school year and I am looking forward to another fabulous year working with the 7th and 8th grade students, parents, and staff.

    Easter Michigan University Logo I welcome any questions you may have so don't hesitate to contact me.  If you need to contact me, you can reach me by e-mail at kelly.warner@mccardinals.org or by phone at 764-1440 ext. 5859.  Since I'm in co-taught classes most of the day, you may have to leave a message, but I will get back to you as soon as possible.

    Thank you,

    Mrs. Kelly Warner

    Junion High, Special Education