Letter to Senior Families

May 21, 2021

WGH Senior Families:

On behalf of the Warren City School District Administration and Board of Education, we would like to congratulate you and your graduating senior on their success and perseverance as they navigated their way through the last two academic years in such extraordinary times.

The COVID 19 pandemic has created much stress and many regulations on each of us in our attempts to have a significant impact on public health and safety. It is with this in mind we are sending this additional communication to our families regarding our upcoming May 27th graduation ceremony.

The Warren City School District, and all Trumbull County Schools were informed on our most recent call with local health officials that given a graduation ceremony is indeed a school event, and health orders remain in place for our schools until June 2, 2021, it is expected that all participants and guests in attendance follow the health and safety protocols that have been in place during the COVID 19 pandemic. This includes the use of properly worn facial coverings, for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, both indoors and outdoors. This also includes appropriate social distancing, families sitting together in designated locations, hand sanitizing, self-health monitoring and screening prior to attending the event.

Graduation is a special time for our seniors and their families and we want this event to be a culminating celebration for everyone involved. For this to happen, we need your support and cooperation as we strive to follow the health and safety guidelines and expectations set forth by our local health officials. Thank you, in advance, for making this day all it can be for our graduates!

Signed, Superintendent Steve Chiaro and Principal Dante Capers

Student Covid-19 Vaccination Opportunity

A vaccination clinic, coordinated by the Warren City Schools and Mercy Health Physicians, will be made available to interested families during the school day on April 14th.

In preparation for this vaccination event, an interest survey is being shared with families to determine how many doses would need to be reserved for this future clinic.

According to the Centers for Disease Control, the COVID-19 vaccination is an important tool in helping to stop the pandemic; the vaccine is a safer way to build protection; and will help keep you from getting COVID-19. Families are encouraged to give consideration – and consult their health care provider, if necessary – to determine if getting this vaccination is ideal for their family.

This clinic will be open to students ages 16 and older with the Pfizer vaccine being administered. Directions on how to register for the April 14th vaccination clinic will be shared via email upon completion of this survey. Those interested should complete this survey by Wednesday, April 6th at 12:00pm.

The survey can be found at the links below:

WGH Student Vaccination Registration

W.G.H. Renaissance Program

If you have earned a 3.2 GPA or higher, and have no D’s or F’s, on your third 9-weeks report card you are eligible for a Renaissance card. Click the link HERE to apply today. Applications will be open through April 1, 2021.

If you have questions about the Renaissance Program, click HERE or stop in the library to talk to Mrs. Angelo.

Renaissance Application

2021-2022 Course Guide

2021-2022 Warren G. Harding High School Scheduling and Course Guide

It’s time to think about your future, consider our vast course & program offerings, and begin to make your course requests for the 2021-2022 school year! Click on the icon above to access the catalogue of course offerings and information on a number of our programs. Check in to your Guidance Teams page for more information on when your class will schedule and our scheduling procedures.