Having a barn on a public school campus in Washington State was far more common decades ago. Now, Warden is home to one of the few remaining on campus barns in the state. The barn is typically home to animals from pigs, sheep, and even goats for Animal Science classes and for Warden's FFA team.
Metal shops are scarcely found in K-12 districts these days, yet the skills of metal working are no less important to contemporary life than ever. Students enrolled in Warden CTE metal working courses can look forward to learning the fundamentals of MIG, TIG, SMAW (ARC) welding; using a plasma cutter; even using a forge.
Wood working is just as relevant today as it was hundreds of years ago. Warden School District gives students a reason to be interested in wood working with engaging projects using a wide variety of saws, sanders, drills, and other staples of the industry.