Did you earn a Grade point Average of 3.2 or higher and have no grades below a “C” on your 3rd 9-week report card? If so Apply for your renaissance card by March 29th to be recognized for your hard work.
Click here to apply for the WGH Renaissance program and get recognized for your hard work!
Thank you to all the brave and slightly crazy polar bears who braved the storm and cold temperatures to participate in the 2019 Polar Plunge at Mosquito Lake. Also thank you to those who made cash donations, purchased cookie trays & t-shirts and/or enjoyed the 1st Annual Chili Cook Off.
The Polar Plunge event raises money for Special Olympics in our area. This was our third year as the Raider Freeze team and each year, thanks to you, we break our personal goals for number of participants and donations. This year we had 44 team members and our donation goal was $500 which we surpassed with a still growing contribution of $3,585! The
Raider Freeze Team included WGH students, staff throughout the district, friends and family and our Students, and Resource Officers. We’d like to thank, Linda Trisler, honorary member, for designing and making our team shirts. The team is already planning for next year’s plunge. Consider joining.
If you earned a 3.2 GPA or above on you 2nd 9-weeks report card sign up for the Renaissance Program and be recognized for all of your hard work! Click here to sign up electronically or pick up an application in the library or in the hallway by the elevators at school. Renaissance applications are due January 26th to receive your membership card and privileges it by February 2nd.
The Natatorium at Warren G. Harding High School will be open to the public for swimming on Sundays beginning January 13, 2019 and ending May 5, 2019. The pool will be open to for lessons and adults from 2-2:30pm and will then open to everyone from 2:30-5:00pm
Students under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Those interested in swimming lessons may call Ed @ 330-372-6647 to get signed up.
Three Warren G. Harding Seniors have been awarded the Tribune Chronicle’s 2018 20/20 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.
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.