Congratulations 20 under 20!

Three Warren G. Harding Seniors have been awarded the  Tribune Chronicle’s 2018 20 Under 20 Award.  This award recognizes 20 young adults under the age of 20 who have contributed to their community while maintaining good grades and participating extracurricular activities.  Congratulations to Katie McBane, Alexander Payiavlas, and Lydia Walls.  The trio will be honored at a banquet in December hosted by the Tribune Chronicle this December.

McBane, Payiavlas, and Walls

Paint a Plow

A photo taken by Mrs. Amy Engster inspired WGH’s entry into the Ohio Department of Transportation’s Paint a Plow Initiative.  Art teacher Mr. John Johnson walks by the photo of students at a football game that hangs in the school’s library almost daily.  When thinking of the theme that his students and he wanted to present on the plow, Warren G.=Family, Mr. Johnson’s mind kept going back to that picture.   With the picture in mind, Mr. Johnson and his students came up with the design for the plow and then spent the week designing and painting.  Congratulations to Mr. Johnson and his students for their amazing work and Thank You to Mrs. Engster for the inspiration.

The picture that inspired the plow’s design:

Pictured below are students from Mr. Johnson’s Art Classes working on the Plow.

Students working on Paint a plow initiative from the Ohio department of Transportation Students working on Paint a plow initiative from the Ohio department of Transportation Students working on Paint a plow initiative from the Ohio department of Transportation Students working on Paint a plow initiative from the Ohio department of Transportation Students working on Paint a plow initiative from the Ohio department of Transportation Students working on Paint a plow initiative from the Ohio department of Transportation Students working on Paint a plow initiative from the Ohio department of Transportation

Homecoming Royalty!

Congratulations to the Warren G. Harding Homecoming Court of 2018:

Queen Sidney Davis  – Sidney is the president of Student Council and Tic Tac.  She is planning to go to college to major in Broadcasting and minor in dance.

King Trent Murphy – Trent is part of the pep club, soccer team and academic achievers.  He is planning to go to college at Youngstown State University..

Senior Court

Aliyah Greathouse is part of Academic Achievers.  She plans on going to college and majoring in Anesthesiology.

Jalyce Whitacker participates in Key Club, HPAC, Matching Band, Northmar Youth Group, TIC TAC, Upward Bound and National Honor Society.  Her future plans include attending the Akron University to major in nursing.

Arayla Patterson participates in National Honors Society, French Club, Cheerleading and is a majorette.  She plans to attend law school and minor in French.

Maurice Paige is a member of the Madrigals.  His future plans include attending either Akron or Cleveland State and majoring in Information Technology and Business Management.

Junior Court

Bryesha Woods is a member of the cheerleading squad, basketball team, and track.

D’muntice Owens is a member of the varsity basketball team.

Sophomore Court

Madalyn Pasek  is a member of the swim team, track team and the choir.

Sam Waldman   is a member of the football team.

Freshmen Court

Jade Allen  participates in volleyball, softball, track and student council.

Tyler Elwood is a member of the marching band and robotics.

Congratulations  to all of our 2018 WGH Raider Homecoming Court.  You are excellent representatives of Warren G. Harding HS and we are proud of you!

Class of 2019

Attention Seniors:  Below you will find three important documents that will help you navigate your way to graduation.  Also included is this month’s newlsetter from Mr. Capers because it includes important information for Seniors.  Click on each of the documents and you will see the printable/savable PDF version.

 

Be Recognized for your Hard Work!

Did you work really hard during the 4th 9-weeks of last school year?  If you earned a Grade Point Average of 3.2 or above you can be rewarded for all of your hard work.  Apply for the Renaissance program and receive a Renaissance Card that will offer discounts to area businesses and other benefits.

To learn more about the Renaissance in Education Program, click HERE

To apply, click HERE

 

 

 

Symphonic Band Wins Superior Rating

On Saturday April 21st, the Warren G. Harding High School Symphonic Band traveled to North Royalton HS to participate in the OMEA State Band Adjudication.  The members of the band prepared 3 pieces for the judges and had to sight-read a new piece of music.
We are extremely proud to announce that the Symphonic Band received an overall rating of Superior (I).
Congratulations to Mr. Young, and all of the students in the Symphonic Band!Symphonic Band Award

Congratulations Tavish and Eric!

The Warren G. Harding H.S. Band would like to congratulate seniors Tavish Burd and Eric Thompson who performed in the Ohio Music Education Association’s All-State groups this past weekend in Columbus!

 
To be selected, students must submit an audition recording in May of the preceding year.  Their auditions are evaluated and ranked against musicians from the entire state regardless of school size or demographic.  The top musicians earn their spots based on these auditions.
 
Tavish was selected as the fourth chair trombonist in the All-State Concert band, and Eric was chosen to be the guitarist for the All-State Jazz Band.  Both participated in severals days of rehearsals that culminated in concerts this weekend.  Each also received a medal to commemorate their performance.  
 
Congratulations Tavish and Eric!
Tavish Burd - OMEA All-State Concert Band Eric Thompson - OMEA All-State Jazz Band Tavish Burd Band Award Eric thompson Band Award