Parent/Teacher conferences in February

Parent/Teacher conferences will be held at Warren G. Harding High School on February 4 and 6, 2020 from 4:00 PM through 7:00 PM.  You will receive a printed invitation with your student’s report cart.  You can also sign up for Parent/Teacher Conference online.  Sign up for a conference with your student’s teacher(s) by clicking HERE.

Warren Tribune Chronicle Honors 20 Area Youth.

Congratulations!  The 2019 Tribune Chronicle 20/20 Awards banquet honored 20 area youth including Warren G. Harding Seniors Xavier Allen, Cullen Faulk, and Elyssa Hawkins.  The 20/20 Award  was started 7 years ago by the Warren Tribune Chronicle to publicly recognize the hard work and commitment to community demonstrated by youth in the area.

WGH 20/20 Recipients Cullen, Elyssa and Xavier.
WGH 20/20 Recipients Cullen, Elyssa and Xavier.
Cullen receives his award.
Cullen receives his award.
Elyssa receives his award.
Elyssa receives his award.
Xavier receives his award.
Xavier receives his award.
All of our 20/20 students have Spanish with Ms. Lukanec.
All of our 20/20 students have Spanish with Ms. Lukanec.
W.G.H Staff celebrate with 20/20 recipients.
W.G.H Staff celebrate with 20/20 recipients.
20/20 Program cover.
20/20 Program cover.

WCS Musicians Shine!

On Saturday, November 9th, 18 students from all five WCS buildings
participated in the Ohio Music Educators Association District 5 Honors Band
event held at Stambaugh Auditorium. These students were selected by their
band director to represent Warren City Schools as part of the Middle School
Honors Band and High School Honors Band. Congratulations on an
outstanding performance!

Willard K-8                                                
Sabrina Torres-Feeney, director
Jailiany Hernandez-Rivera, clarinet

Jefferson K-8
Jessica Turner, director
Kelly Barnes, lute
Keniya Bennett, lute

McGuffy K-8
Kevin Casey, director
Brianna Perry, clarinet
Rose Strother, trombone

Lincoln K-8
Kevin Kifer, director
Sarah Bell, trombone
Faith Blose, alto saxophone
Makayla Isenberg, trumpet

Warren G. Harding HS
Reid Young, director
Heather Sirney, assistant director
Everett Burd, baritone saxophone
Joseph Criazzo, euphonium
Cullen Faulk, trombone
Ty Fowler, trombone
Steven Fox, tenor saxophone
Peyton Mann, french horn
Evan Potts, tuba
Ronald Redd, trumpet
Reed Stanyard, trombone
Matthew Vencel, bassoon

Transition To Work Program

Some of our Warren G. Harding students in our Transition to Work Program began working this week at Goodwill in Warren.   They are gaining valuable work skills in a real world environment to better prepare them for life after high school. We are excited to start this new chapter of community engagement with our students and staff! We look forward to this new partnership with Goodwill and to adding more work sites in the future!

English Festival 2019

The 2019 YSU English Festival hosted approximately 1,000 students from across NE Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. Students from WGH enjoyed a day of literary discussions, activities, and competitions focused around the 7 books that they have read throughout this school year.  The Guest lectures were Steve Sheinkin and Neal Shusterman.  WGH students brought home three prizes including books, t-shirts, pins and water bottles.  Also, may of our students got autographs from the visiting authors!

Congratulations and Good Luck E.L.I.T.E. 48!

Robot and Robotics Team 2019

Congratulation to the Warren G. Harding robotics FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) team E.L.I.T.E. (Encouraging Learning in Technology and Engineering) 48 on their two Regional 1st place wins!  Their first regional title was won in Chicago at the FIRST Midwest Regional competition and their second regional title was won in Pittsburgh at the FIRST Greater Pittsburgh Regional  Competition.  Team 48 is currently ranked 5th in the world and this weekend the team is traveling to Cleveland to compete in the Buckeye Regional.  Go E.L.I.T.E. 48!  Go Raiders!

Polar Plunge Success!

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.

The Polar Plunge "Swimming Pool" at Mosquito Lake.
The Polar Plunge “Swimming Pool” at Mosquito Lake.
Our 2019 WGH Polar Plunge Team
Our 2019 WGH Polar Plunge Team!