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!
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.
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.
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.