Debbie Warden

Assistant Head of School
42 years at Churchill
BS, University of Missouri-Columbia
MEd, University of Missouri-Columbia
Leadership Academy of Character Education

Debbie Warden

Debbie Warden has been with Churchill Center & School since 1980. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in elementary education and behavior disorders from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a Master of Education degree in learning disabilities and remedial reading from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Her favorite thing about working at Churchill is seeing the transformation of students from when they begin their journey to when they transition to another school (the evolution of confidence). She also enjoys observing Churchill’s passionate teachers as they impact students in positive ways by providing various strategies, tools, techniques, skills, and concepts. She is passionate about working with parents to find different strategies to help ensure success, and implementing Churchill’s Salad Days, PAWS, and Bulldogs for Peace programs.

In her free time, Debbie enjoys reading, taking walks, Zumba, and spending time with friends and family.

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