On May 16, 2018, the 8th graders of McGuffey traveled to battlefields of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania and then on to our Nations capitol in Washington, DC. They had a great time exploring the sights, even though it rained all three days.
On April 26, 2018, six of our seventh graders were inducted into our National Junior Honor Society.
Congratulations to all of them and their families.
Join us for a celebration of art in Warren! Celebrate the creativity and talent of our students with outstanding artwork from Jefferson PK-8, Lincoln PK-8, Willard PK-8, McGuffey PK-8, and Warren G. Harding High School.
When: Friday, May 4, 2018, 4-7pm
Where: Warren G Harding High School Gym
McGuffey welcomed Warren’s own musical talent, Dennis Drummond! Dennis spoke to the students about his time growing up in Warren, his passion for music and being on the voice. The students enjoyed their time with him. We are so proud of Dennis!
On Wednesday, January 17, 2018, McGuffey held their annual Spelling Bee. Two winners were declared! Justine Hartle won 1st place and Micah Morgan runner up in the 6-8 pod and Austin Blackwell won 1st place and Monica Ruckman runner up in the 3-5 pod.
Congratulation to all who participated and to Mrs. Kovach for organizing the event!
At McGuffey’s 1st family game night.Thursday, January 25 over 100 students and their families came to enjoy dinner and music before the games began! Allyson Smith, Director of Ed, Consultant/Intervention teacher as well as, a story teller of African American History.
After dinner the games began, featuring “The Family Feud”! The waiting list was long to compete, as one team after another was knocked out of the competition. We also had board games and twister.
The night was a huge success!
A huge thank you goes out to Victory Christian Church for the wonderful classroom library they donated. Mrs. Hitchings and Mrs. Marciano and their students are so grateful and excited for the new books and equipment for their classroom. The students can’t wait to get busy reading!
Mayor Franklin and Mike McMillian from Warren’s Waste Water Department came to McGuffey so the robotics teams could present their projects before the competition. Along with the skits and projects from both Titonics and Lego Squad, Titonics members showed them how the robot runs and performs tasks on the mission board.
The students of the McGuffey F.I.R.S.T. Lego League, Titonics, take first place in the areas of Project Award, Health and Safety Award and are moving on to Districts. Six of the team members won Individual awards for Professionalism!
Congratulations Team Titonics! Way to go! McGuffey Pride and Warren Strong!
F.I.R.S.T. Lego League or For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, also known as FLL.