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Registration/scheduling for kindergarten early entrance testing for Warren City School District residents will take place June 24th through August 2nd , 2013, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. at the Office of Special Education at the Warren Board of Education, 105 High St., Warren, Ohio. Parents must bring their child’s birth certificate at [...]
The 4th and 5th grade Gifted class at Lincoln K-8 held a Travel Passport EXPO on Friday, May 17. This was the final Envision project of the school year! Travel Passport gives each student an imaginary allowance to “travel” anywhere in the world. The challenge, however, was to plan, budget, and document every aspect of [...]
The first annual District Art Show was held May 18-19th. Below are photos of the student’s artwork.
For the 2nd year in a row, Harding sophomore Emily Thirion has been named the Vindicators Female swimmer of the year. You can read the article about Thirion’s trip to State Meet here. and watch Emily’s interview about the State Meet here.
Throughout the month of February, students in the Warren City School District will be celebrating Black History. Students will be learning about civil rights; slavery; and how individuals, especially children, stood up for what’s right and how unfair laws were changed; and the life and work of Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks and other [...]
As part of a Black History month project the 1st Grade classes at Lincoln K-8 learned about George Washington Carver. As a followup to what they learned about Carver, the students brought in jars of peanut butter and jelly to be donated to the Warren Family Mission. The 6 classrooms collected over 80 jars!
Students from Warren G. Harding and a handful of other area high schools were invited to participate in a classroom session at St. Joe’s at the Mall Dec. 15 with physicians who use the surgical robot to perform minimally invasive procedures in place of more traditional open surgeries. Robot-assisted surgery enables physicians to perform delicate and [...]
The WGH Lady Raiders Volleyball teams raised $1300 for the Susan G. Koman Foundation during their Volley for the Cure event this past October. Below are a few photos from the event:
Community swimming events are open to the public from January 20th until March 24th. The swims are designed as family swimming activities, not just a youth drop off swim. A responsible adult MUST be present. The prices for the community swim will be $2.00 for students and $3.00 for adults, not to exceed $6.00 per [...]
Scholastic Art Awards is a competition where students works are entered by their teacher and then judged by grade level and category. Students first compete with other districts in North East Ohio. If they receive a gold key they then move forward. This year 2 Jefferson K-8 students under the instruction of Megan Mussler have competed. Raionna Talbert a 7th grader [...]