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Book Fair!

This week at McGuffey … Enchanted Forest Book Fair!Enchanted Forest Book FairYour student will have the opportunity to visit the book fair this week with their class.  Please review the fliers sent home for more information. You can also support the book fair by clicking here and visiting the online book fair.

Volleying for a Cure

On October 3, 2018 the 7th and 8th grade girls Volleyball team played to raise money for Breast Cancer.

7th and 8th Grade girls, Volleyed for a Cure on October 3, 2018
7th and 8th Grade girls, Volleyed for a Cure on October 3, 2018

McGuffey’s Open House

McGuffey welcomed the parents and students of McGuffey for a meet the teacher night on Thursday, August 30, 2018.

First Day of School

Welcome back to school McGuffey students!  We are Warren Strong and ready for a brand new school year!

Welcome back to school McGuffey students!  We are Warren Strong and ready for a brand new school year!
Welcome back to school McGuffey students!  We are Warren Strong and ready for a brand new school year!
Welcome back to school McGuffey students!  We are Warren Strong and ready for a brand new school year!
Welcome back to school McGuffey students!  We are Warren Strong and ready for a brand new school year!

McGuffey’s 2nd Annual Back to School Carnival

On Friday, August 17, 2018 McGuffey Principals and teachers hosted the 2nd Annual Back to School Carnival.  Students were able to see their teachers from last year and explore the Warren City Fire Department’s fire truck.  Slide on the giant blow-up slide and receive a new book to start the school year with.  What a fun afternoon enjoyed by everyone.

8th Grade Washington, DC Trip

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.

The morning of May 16, just before the 8th graders left for Washington, DC.
At Gettysburg, climbing up to the top of a look out tower.
The last stop before leaving Washington, had to be the memorial of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In front of the World War II memoria