The Warren Owl is a newsmagazine published ten times a year by the Publications staff of Warren Central High School at 9500 E. Sixteenth St., Indpls., In 46229. The Warren Owl is printed by The Daily Reporter of Greenfield, IN. Advertising rates are available upon request by calling (317) 532-6252.
The Warren Owl is distributed to more than 3,000 students, faculty and residents in the community.
As a student written and edited high school newsmagazine, the Warren Owl will strive to perform three functions:
- To inform its readers thoroughly and accurately of all events and issues relative to students, staff and community.
- To provide a forum for student opinions through its editorials and letters to the Editor.
- To entertain readers with focus and feature items.
Student staff members will decide the content of each issue and will write and edit all printed material. Editorials will reflect the views of the student staff as a whole, not necessarily the opinions of administration or faculty members.
The Warren Owl encourages readers to share comments, suggestions, or complaints by submitting letters to the editor. In order to be considered for publication, letters to the editor must include author’s signature. Names can be withheld from publication only at the request of the author and approval of the editorial board. The editors reserve the right to edit letters for clarification, or for space limitation. Libelous or profane letters will not be published.
The Publications staff urges all Warren Central students and staff to use the “Letters to the Editor” as a public forum in the spirit of free speech and press.
The Warren Owl is a member of the NSPA, CSPA, Quill & Scroll, and the Indiana High School Press Association.