Immunization Clinics

Attention 6th and 11th Grade Families 

The State of Ohio requires the following vaccinations for the
2019-2020 School Year:

  • Students entering 7th grade will need to have one dose of Meningococcal vaccine and one dose of the Tdap vaccine.
  • Students entering 12th grade will need to have one dose of Meningococcal vaccine.

As with other school immunization requirements, students who do not provide documentation of these required immunizations are subject to exclusion from school in the fall.

To learn more about adolescent immunizations, please visit the CDC’s Vaccines for Preteens and Teens website at www.cdc.gov/vaccines/teens/.

Click the link below to receive more information about the immunization clinics.

Immunization Clinic Details

Please note that the Tdap and Meningococcal immunizations are both required, therefore please print and return two separate consent forms; one for each immunization.

Immunization Consent Form

 

 

District Art Show

Warren City Schools 7th Annual District Art Show
Open House and Awards Ceremony

Date: Friday, May 3, 3019
Location: Warren G. Harding High School -Large Gym
Time: 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m

Celebrate the creativity and talent of our students with outstanding artwork from
Jefferson PK-8, McGuffey Pk-8, Lincoln PK-8, Willard PK-8, and
Warren G. Harding High School.

Kindergartens Visit Trumbull Art Gallery

During the month of March, Warren City Schools kindergartens visited Trumbull Art Gallery for a hands-on art experience. On this trip, children collaboratively created an abstract canvas, toured the galley, and used the potter’s wheel.

They also learned how a gallery operates, displaying featured art from multiple artists, including Trumbull County students.

Many thanks to Trumbull Art Gallery for hosting our inquisitive learners!

 

School-Based Health Centers

In partnership with Akron Children’s Hospital, Warren City Schools District will pilot school-based health centers at its’ four PK-8 schools in the 2019-2020 school year.  The centers will provide free care to students who do not already have access to a primary care physician, or who do not have available transportation to receive care. With parental consent, any child can receive care and if they do not already have a physician, the center will assist them in finding one.

Trumbull Art Gallery and Warren City Schools

Trumbull Art Gallery School Art Show will be featuring art work from Warren City Schools students.

The art work will be on display at TAG  April 5th to April 19th during the hours of noon until 4 p.m.

An opening reception will take place Friday, April 5th from 5-7 p.m at the gallery.

Please come and enjoy the amazing art work of Warren City Schools students.

Trumbull Art Gallery displays work by Warren City School students

WGH Students Participate in National Roundtable

Warren G Harding High School students, Simahjay Warfield and Precious Ball were two of four students invited to speak at the Collaborative for Academic, Social and Emotional Learning’s annual Equity Work Group meeting in St. Louis.

Simahjay and Precious joined two other students from Minnesota to speak about building stronger relationships between students and teachers, and the steps Warren G. Harding has taken in cultivating those relationships.

WGH Football Team Receives Helmets

The Warren G. Harding football team received a surprise visit from Cleveland Brown’s wide receiver Jarvis Landry.  Landry presented the team with new Xenith helmets for the upcoming season.  The visit was part of the Brown’s Helmet program, along with Xenith, University Hospitals and the Ohio Lottery, who chose Warren G. Harding as the recipient of the Xenith helmets.

In addition to presenting the team with the helmets, Landry had a personal and sincere conversation with the team about his life and his love for the game.