Renaissance Time!

The third 9-weeks of the 2022-2023 school year is complete and grades are in! If you earned a 3.2 or higher, you may qualify for a Renaissance Card and the Renaissance Program! Click the link below and fill out the form to find out:

Forms are due by March 24, 2023, and cards will be passed out the week of March 27, 2023.

Honors Breakfast

The Trumbull County Superintendents held a Breakfast to honor Seniors graduating at the top of their class on Friday, April 21, 2023. Representing Warren G. Harding’s class of 2023 were Gianna DeMark, Brigid Faulk, Carlee Kaswinkle, Nadia Petersen, and Madelynn Zuccaro.

Students Report: Seniors Last Week

By: Kennedi Jackson

As we race toward the end of the year, it is finally the time when seniors reflect on their high school experience before graduation. There are only 21 days left for seniors here at Warren G. Harding. Seniors are requesting their final transcripts for their colleges, field day is approaching, and Graduation is right around the corner. We hope that the seniors take time to thank and appreciate their favorite teachers who impacted their lives during their time here and share their important wisdom with the underclassman who will soon find themselves in that position. Slow down and enjoy these last high school memories Seniors, and best of luck!

Students Report: Testing

By: Dallani Moore

Welcome back Raiders, the end of spring break means we are heading right back to testing. Thursday, April 20th sophomores will begin their American History test and freshman will take their Algebra One or Geometry test. Both parts will be completed during the three-hour time limit. Testing season always brings out anxiety in students as they are testing on top of usual coursework and homework. There are a few things students can do to ensure they feel ready for testing over the next few weeks. First, make sure you get a good night’s rest and eat a good breakfast. Second, keep all tech in your locker from the minute you walk into the building to avoid distraction. Finally, use positive self-talk to make sure you’re in a good frame of mind to start the test. Best of Luck Raiders, you got this!

Students Report: Field Day

By: Jayla Richardson

Students who stay in the W will once again be rewarded with a field day at the end of the year. Warren G. Harding’s Field Day will be on Friday, May 19th in the Mollenkopf stadium. To participate in this event students must demonstrate positive behavior and stay in the W. The following categories to attend are all year with zero expulsions. Then from March 27th, 2023, to May 18th, 2023, there should be zero out-of-school suspensions (OSS), zero unexcused absences, zero Fs on the 4th Nine weeks Interims, no more than 2 unexcused tardies to school, no more than 2 after school detentions, no more than 2 SSC Referrals, and no more than 1 in school intervention (ISS). So, if you are interested in attending make sure to follow those circumstances. We hope to see you there, Go Raiders!

Students Report: Indoor Track

By: Jayla Richardson

After earning 1st Team All-State Honors last season, the boys and girls indoor track team has concluded a fantastic season. Our talented runners have come to an end to their season this week with many improved times and many PR’S. WGH’s own Jameire Honzu is the only student on the team that has qualified for the state meet. She will be running the 60-meter hurdles, on Saturday, March 4th at Spire Institute. This is a huge accomplishment for her, and we are so proud of her. Good Luck this weekend Jameire! Go Raiders!