Please click the link below to view communication regarding 6th thru 8th digital learning.
Changes have been made to the district’s lunch pick up procedures and assignment distributions. Please read the March 29, 2020 Message from Warren City Schools Superintendent Steve Chiaro to families regarding district operations and other updates in its entirely here.
With the latest declaration from Ohio Governor Mike DeWine on Sunday, March 22, 2020, I am announcing additional changes to Warren City School District Operations, effective Tuesday, March 24, 2020.
PLEASE NOTE: This communication, found in its entirety here, supersedes ALL prior communications regarding areas that differ as related to Governor DeWine’s March 22 declaration.
Please review the academic information/updates from Superintendent Steve Chiaro, Associate Superintendent Wendy Hartzell and WGH Principal Dante Capers. Our staff has been working diligently to ensure our students are served to the highest possible standard throughout the mandated statewide school closure. We will be launching our academic lesson program next week with each grade level receiving specific instructions.
WARREN – Warren City Schools is providing grab and go lunches for all district students at all of our five school buildings from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and several off-campus sites weekdays from Noon to 1 p.m. through the duration of the mandated statewide K-12 school closing.
To benefit from this program, students are asked to go the school building closest to where they live between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., regardless of where they are enrolled.
If the student is not within walking distance of the school, they may visit one of several off-campus/remote sites where grab and go lunches are being distributed from Noon to 1 p.m. A clearly marked Warren City Schools vehicle will be at each site to help identify it as a meal distribution location.
Families and community members with questions or concerns may call Warren City Schools Food Service Department at 330-841-2321.
Warren G. Harding High School 860 Elm Road NE
Lincoln PK-8 School 2253 Atlantic St NE
Jefferson PK-8 School 1543 Tod Ave SW
McGuffey PK-8 School 3465 Tod Ave NW
Willard PK-8 School 2020 Willard Ave SE
Agape Assembly Church 426 Nevada Ave SW
Community Garden (Former Laird School Site) 565 Laird Ave
Emerson (Former) School Site 1619 Drexel Ave NW
F.O.C.U.S. Building (Former ACOP Building) 2051 Niles Rd SE
Hampshire House 244 5th St SW
Hidden Village Townhomes 600 Commerce Ave NW
Highland Terrace 377 Lane Drive SW
Packard Park Mahoning Avenue
Renaissance Place 1948 Palmyra Road
St. Paul Lutheran Church 2860 East Market St.
Secrest (Former) School Site 1001 Bennett Ave NW
Stonegate Place Apartments Robert Ave NW
Warren Family Mission 155 Tod Ave NW
Warren Heights 504 Douglas St NW
YMCA-Trumbull Family Fitness 210 High St
In Warren City Schools we are continuing to provide your child’s education in a clean and sanitized environment. We have taken additional time and effort to disinfect common areas frequently visited by students.
Our nurses from Akron Children’s hospital are working to encourage and teach our students the importance and proper way to wash their hands as recommended by health officials, which experts say is the best precaution to take in preventing the spread of germs.
We have provided additional resources below.
Message from the State Superintendent: