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!
Warren Rotary Donates Dictionaries to Warren Students
WGH Poetry Night
WCS Band Students in Honor Band
On Saturday, November 18th, 19 students from all five WCS
buildings participated in the Ohio Music Educators Association
District 5 Honors Band event held at Stambaugh Auditorium.
These students were selected by their band director to
represent Warren City Schools as part of the Middle School
Honors Band and High School Honors Band. Congratulations
on an outstanding performance!
Sabrina Torres-Feeney, director
Collin Criss, percussion
Jessica Turner, director
Amaria Bercheni, alto saxophone
Michael Peace, baritone
Kevin Kifer, director
Erina Ramsey, french horn
Kaliyah Ringold, percussion
Daniel Carioti, director
Ean Dodge, tenor saxophone
Jacob Tatebe, alto saxophone
Xander Blose, trumpet
Trenten Miranda, trombone
Ethan Dodge, baritone
Tyler Elwood, tuba
Warren G. Harding HS
Reid Young, director
Heather Sirney, assistant director
Kevin Kifer, assistant director
India Stovell, oboe
Cara Annandono, alto saxophone
Brandon Brown, baritone sax
Lydia Walls, french horn
Thomas Malacky, trombone
Tavish Burd, trombone
Giovanni Orr, tuba
Jordan Ringold, percussion
Donations Being Accepted
The Raider Pantry is accepting donations of nonperishable food items and hygiene products on school days between 9:00 AM and 2:00 PM. You can drop donations off at the main security entrance at Warren G. Harding.
Raider Pantry Up and Running
On Tuesday, October 10, at Warren G. Harding High School, United Way of Trumbull County, and Second Harvest Food Bank joined with other partners in opening Raider Pantry. Raider Pantry will be a resource to students at Warren G. Harding High School who have a need for food and personal care items.
Superintendent Steve Chiaro has noted that The Raider Pantry will serve as a much needed continuation of the Backpack Program already in place in our K-8 buildings.
The Raider Closet will be open throughout the academic year to all Harding High School students and will be stocked with a variety of food, clothing and personal care items. The Raider Pantry will be accessible to students after school and with the coordination of our staff throughout the school day.
Students from the Transition to Work program at Harding, under the supervision of their Coordinator Melissa Bartholomew, will take responsibility for the Raider Closet. These students will keep inventory, order product, wash/fold/clothing, display product and collect usage data. This will serve as a work experience for these students where they will gain skills and knowledge of the work world.
If you’d like to support the Raider Pantry, you may do so by contributing any of the following:
Pasta/ Pasta Sauce
Tuna Helper Meals
Instant Mashed Potatoes
Canned/Single Serving Fruit Cups
Body Sprays (male/female)
Lincoln Receives Grant for 3D Printers
Christine Depascale, 6th grade teacher at Lincoln, has received a $7,733 grant to fund two 3D Printers to assist in a community or school project. This grant involves our students creating solutions to problems that are real world based.
Raider Marching Band Represents at Italian Festival!
Learning Still Occurs Over Summer Break
Here at Warren City Schools, the learning doesn’t stop because summer has arrived. We have summer programs for our students, but also for our faculty. This week, 14 of our teachers and administrators are in Nashville, TN for the Model Schools Conference which is a “dynamic, 4-day event showcasing bold approaches to teaching and learning.” Our faculty are among 6000+ other teachers and administrators that have the opportunity to sit in on some of the over 300 sessions. The sessions are designed to help teachers create “rigorous, personalized learning environments that increase engagement.” 35 model school districts are also showcasing their innovative solutions to teaching and learning.
District Drug Testing Policy
Suspected use of alcohol, tobacco and illicit drugs is a serious concern and the Warren City Schools Board of Education and Administration believe that a stronger program of deterrence can be a proactive approach to promoting a truly drug free school environment. Please review the following documents.
|Letter to Parents||District Policy||Administrative Guidelines|
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