Class of 2019

Attention Seniors:  Below you will find three important documents that will help you navigate your way to graduation.  Also included is this month’s newlsetter from Mr. Capers because it includes important information for Seniors.  Click on each of the documents and you will see the printable/savable PDF version.


Be Recognized for your Hard Work!

Did you work really hard during the 4th 9-weeks of last school year?  If you earned a Grade Point Average of 3.2 or above you can be rewarded for all of your hard work.  Apply for the Renaissance program and receive a Renaissance Card that will offer discounts to area businesses and other benefits.

To learn more about the Renaissance in Education Program, click HERE

To apply, click HERE




Symphonic Band Wins Superior Rating

On Saturday April 21st, the Warren G. Harding High School Symphonic Band traveled to North Royalton HS to participate in the OMEA State Band Adjudication.  The members of the band prepared 3 pieces for the judges and had to sight-read a new piece of music.
We are extremely proud to announce that the Symphonic Band received an overall rating of Superior (I).
Congratulations to Mr. Young, and all of the students in the Symphonic Band!Symphonic Band Award

Congratulations Tavish and Eric!

The Warren G. Harding H.S. Band would like to congratulate seniors Tavish Burd and Eric Thompson who performed in the Ohio Music Education Association’s All-State groups this past weekend in Columbus!

To be selected, students must submit an audition recording in May of the preceding year.  Their auditions are evaluated and ranked against musicians from the entire state regardless of school size or demographic.  The top musicians earn their spots based on these auditions.
Tavish was selected as the fourth chair trombonist in the All-State Concert band, and Eric was chosen to be the guitarist for the All-State Jazz Band.  Both participated in severals days of rehearsals that culminated in concerts this weekend.  Each also received a medal to commemorate their performance.  
Congratulations Tavish and Eric!
Tavish Burd - OMEA All-State Concert Band Eric Thompson - OMEA All-State Jazz Band Tavish Burd Band Award Eric thompson Band Award

WCS Band Students in Honor Band

On Saturday, November 18th, 19 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
Collin Criss, percussion

Jefferson K-8
Jessica Turner, director
Amaria Bercheni, alto saxophone
Michael Peace, baritone

McGuffy K-8
Kevin Kifer, director
Erina Ramsey, french horn
Kaliyah Ringold, percussion

Lincoln K-8
Daniel Carioti, director
Ean Dodge, tenor saxophone
Jacob Tatebe, alto saxophone
Xander Blose, trumpet
Trenten Miranda, trombone
Ethan Dodge, baritone
Tyler Elwood, tuba

Warren G. Harding HS
Reid Young, director
Heather Sirney, assistant director
Kevin Kifer, assistant director
India Stovell, oboe
Cara Annandono, alto saxophone
Brandon Brown, baritone sax
Lydia Walls, french horn
Thomas Malacky, trombone
Tavish Burd, trombone
Giovanni Orr, tuba
Jordan Ringold, percussion

Warren G. Harding Band Participants
Warren G. Harding Honors Band Members: (Front L-R) Lydia Walls, Cara Annandono, India Stovell, and Gio Orr (Back L-R) Brandon Brown, Tavish Burd, Jordan Ringold, and Thomas Malacky
Honors Band on the Stage
Honors Band on the Stage

Raider Pantry Up and Running

On Tuesday, October 10, at Warren G. Harding High School, United Way of Trumbull County, and Second Harvest Food Bank joined with other partners in opening Raider Pantry. Raider Pantry will be a resource to students at Warren G. Harding High School who have a need for food and personal care items.

Superintendent Steve Chiaro has noted that The Raider Pantry will serve as a much needed continuation of the Backpack Program already in place in our K-8 buildings.
The Raider Closet will be open throughout the academic year to all Harding High School students and will be stocked with a variety of food, clothing and personal care items. The Raider Pantry will be accessible to students after school and with the coordination of our staff throughout the school day.

Students from the Transition to Work program at Harding, under the supervision of their Coordinator Melissa Bartholomew, will take responsibility for the Raider Closet. These students will keep inventory, order product, wash/fold/clothing, display product and collect usage data. This will serve as a work experience for these students where they will gain skills and knowledge of the work world.

The Raider Pantry sign in Black, gold, and white.
The Raider Pantry sign in Black, gold, and white.

If you’d like to support the Raider Pantry, you may do so by contributing any of the following:
Oatmeal Packets
Granola Bars
Pasta/ Pasta Sauce
Tuna Helper Meals
Instant Mashed Potatoes
Canned/Single Serving Fruit Cups
Deodorant (male/female)
Razors (male/female)
Body Sprays (male/female)