The Warren City School District has received several concerns recently regarding student behavior at the district’s home varsity football games.
As a result, the district is announcing several protocols, procedures and expectations that will be in place for all WCS students and guests who wish to attend the remaining home games:
All PK-8 School aged children and guests will need to be accompanied by a responsible adult at the football game. It is expected that children sit in the stands with this adult.
Prior to entering Mollenkopf Stadium, each PK-8 School aged child will need to register with their accompanying adult at one of the four designated tables.
Registration: Each child and adult with a game event ticket will need to provide the accompanying adult’s phone contact information, sign in and receive a wristband to be worn for the duration of the game. PK-8 School aged youth without a wristband will not be permitted into the event and will be removed from the event if their wristband is removed.
PK-8 School aged children are expected to sit withtheir accompanying adult during the game.
WGH Students will continue to follow the same game day procedures as have been communicated by the school administrators and staff this season.
These changes are being made so our loyal fans and WCS families can have an enjoyable game day experience supporting our WGH Raider Football TEAM, WGH Marching Band and Cheerleaders. We appreciate and expect your support in helping us achieve this goal for all of our students in the Warren City Schools.
Warren City Schools staff traveled to Columbus Aug. 23 to collect PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) from the state of Ohio and returned with several pallets stacked full of supplies for Trumbull County schools.
The supplies will be distributed to public and private schools for students and staff to use as part of the ongoing efforts to help promote healthy habits as we kick off the 2021-22 school year.
John Lacy, WCSD Director of Business Operations, shown sorting supplies in the featured photo of this post, helped oversee the collection and distribution efforts. School leaders and staff sorted the supplies that will be distributed to schools on Friday, Aug. 27.
Warren Mayor Doug Franklin joined Warren City Schools Superintendent Steve Chiaro, Chief Academic Officer Wendy Hartzell and Associate Superintendent of Student Services, Student Wellness and Success Dante Capers and other district leaders in welcoming school staff back to class!
This year’s convocation was held Thursday, Aug. 19, at Mollenkopf Stadium.
Masks are mandated on school buses. This video is to assist you and your children as you prepare for the 2021-2022 school year. Remember: EVERYONE riding a Warren City School District bus is required to wear a mask at all times on the bus.
As K-12 schools prepare to start the new school year, Mahoning County Public Health, Youngstown City Health District, Columbiana County Health District, Trumbull County Combined Health District, and Warren City Health District support full in-person learning.
To facilitate and maximize keeping our students safe in the classroom, while also minimizing the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, these health departments strongly recommend schools follow CDC guidance and adopt universal masking policies for all students, teachers, and staff regardless of their vaccination status.
Moreover, we are urging all parents to send their children to school properly wearing a facemask, covering the nose and the mouth, especially in situations where a school district has not adopted a universal mask policy.