Aligning SEL to the Fish Philosophy: A Brighter Future For ALL Children

Warren City Schools’ administrators spent two days of professional learning in August with Hector Montenegro, Ed.D., aligning the core concepts for Social-Emotional Learning to the Fish Philosophy.

Warren City Schools' administrators participate in activities to enhance SEL strategies.
Warren City Schools’ administrators participate in activities to align the core concepts of SEL to the Fish Philosophy.
Warren City Schools' administrators participate in activities to enhance SEL strategies.
Social-Emotional Learning in Action at WCS.

 

Montenegro is an internationally recognized keynote and motivational speaker who has appeared at conferences, conventions, universities, and schools around the world.

His time in Warren was devoted to providing technical expertise to further advance the science and practice of school-based social and emotional learning.

Congratulations and Good Luck E.L.I.T.E. 48!

Congratulation to the Warren G. Harding robotics FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) team E.L.I.T.E. (Encouraging Learning in Technology and Engineering) 48 on their two Regional 1st place wins!  Their first regional title was won in Chicago at the FIRST Midwest Regional competition and their second regional title was won in Pittsburgh at the FIRST Greater Pittsburgh Regional  Competition.  Team 48 is currently ranked 5th in the world and this weekend the team is traveling to Cleveland to compete in the Buckeye Regional.  Go E.L.I.T.E. 48!  Go Raiders!

Robotics team ELITE 48 Robotics team ELITE 48 Robot

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

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.

 

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!

Willard K-8
Sabrina Torres-Feeney, director
Collin Criss, percussion

Jefferson K-8
Jessica Turner, director
Amaria Bercheni, alto saxophone
Michael Peace, baritone

McGuffy K-8
Kevin Kifer, director
Erina Ramsey, french horn
Kaliyah Ringold, percussion

Lincoln K-8
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

Warren G. Harding Band Participants
Warren G. Harding Honors Band Members: (Front L-R) Lydia Walls, Cara Annandono, India Stovell, and Gio Orr (Back L-R) Brandon Brown, Tavish Burd, Jordan Ringold, and Thomas Malacky
Honors Band on the Stage
Honors Band on the Stage