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Sign up for Parent-Teacher conferences by clicking HERE and completing an online form. Once Completed you will be contacted by school staff to confirm the date and time of your conference(S).
Conferences are being offered both virtually and in person.
If you have questions you can call the school at 330-841-2316 or email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Report Cards from the 2nd nine weeks have been sent. If you have earned a 3.2 or higher, now is your opportunity to apply for a Renaissance Card! Click on the link HERE and you may receive a card allowing you discounts to area merchants (Including our Spear-it shop), Independent study days, or entrance to all varsity events.
The Warren G. Harding Food Pantry is up and running. Just scan the QR code below, or click on the link, fill out and submit the form. Students can take home items or you can have curbside pick-up!
If the form or the QR code do not work please call 330-841-2316 ext. 2101.
Congratulations to the following Warren G. Harding High School students for earning the recognition of “Student of the Month” for the month of December:
If you’re driving down East Market Street, Past Trumbull Memorial Hospital, Look Up! Warren G. Harding Art Students, under the direction of Art Teacher Suzanne Melia, painted the walk bridge attached to the hospital for all to see and enjoy!
The WGH boys freshman, JV, and varsity basketball games at Mentor this evening (December 21, 2021) have been canceled. The games will be rescheduled at a later date.
Thank you to Ms. Sirney, Mr. Young, and all of the Warren G. Harding Band students for bringing the joy of music to our school this season! In addition to the concert performed on Wednesday, December 8, staff and students have had the pleasure of hearing them practice for their concert. Staff also enjoyed selections played at their annual staff breakfast.
Yard signs were placed at the homes of the WGH Students of the Month to celebrate this special honor. Congratulations to the following students:
Ronal Flores – Senior
Javana Pirivatric – Junior
Nathan James – Sophomore
Ki’Niya Cayson Hill – Freshman
Casey Owsley, Anthony Payiavlas and Camryn Stewart each accepted their Twenty Under 20 Awards Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021.
They joined the other members of the 2021 Class made up of the most impressive young leaders in Trumbull County.
The program, co-sponsored by the Tribune Chronicle, Akron Children’s Hospital Mahoning Valley and Kent State University at Trumbull, honors 20 high-achieving individuals younger than 20 for their leadership skills through volunteerism, extracurricular activities and academic achievements.
Guidance Counselor Sue Mizik says that Casey “understands the value of service to others and has maintained that outlook through great personal loss.” Her family has been hit hard by COVID-19, and experienced the loss of her grandmother and cousin due to the virus. Even so, Casey has maintained a 4.2 GPA, and continues to participate in the WGH marching band and symphonic bands and several extracurricular activities.
Anthony says he likes “helping out the less fortunate, giving them hope.” He likes “being there for someone,” and feels it’s his job to help. Anthony has been captain of the boys golf and tennis teams since 2019. He is active with the Greek Orthodox Youth Association and has been a member of the National Honor Society since 8th grade. He maintains a 4.1 GPA. Harding counselor Erin Kampf-Melillo says of Anthony that he “has engaged himself in our school environment in a way that makes a difference.”
Camryn says it’s her “passion to help others who need it.” She has maintained a 3.9 GPA while taking difficult advanced placement classes and college-credit plus courses. She is active on her school’s volleyball and softball teams, and serves as manager of the girls basketball team. She has added participating with National honor Society’s Big Brother/Big Sister mentor program to her long list of commitments. WGH Englisher teacher Melissa Rentz describes Camryn as someone who “wants to see her peers succeed by helping them with their skills.”