Mayor Franklin Visits McGuffey’s Lego Squads

Mayor Franklin and Mike McMillian from Warren’s Waste Water Department came to McGuffey so the robotics teams could present their projects before the competition. Along with the skits and projects from both Titonics and Lego Squad, Titonics members showed them how the robot runs and performs tasks on the mission board.

Titonics Move on to Districts

The students of the McGuffey F.I.R.S.T. Lego League, Titonics, take first place in the areas of Project Award, Health and Safety Award and are moving on to Districts.  Six of the team members won Individual awards for Professionalism!

Congratulations Team Titonics!  Way to go!  McGuffey Pride and Warren Strong!

F.I.R.S.T. Lego League or For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology, also known as FLL.

Bigs in Blue

Bigs in Blue is a one-to-one mentoring program that connects youth with police in communities throughout our nation, building strong, trusting, lasting relationships. These relationships can help children develop into confident adults and help build stronger bonds between law enforcement and the families they serve. Bigs in Blue is a part of Big Brothers/Big Sisters.

December 19, 2017 ~ Chipotle Fundraiser in Niles

Help our 8th graders go to Washington, DC in May by enjoying dinner at Chipotle in Niles.  You can dine in or take out, you can go by yourself or take your family and friends.  When you go to the cash register, just tell them that you are there for McGuffey and Chipotle will take care of the rest!

Limousine and Lunch Bunch

On November 27, 2017 eighteen students from third grade through 8th grade were taken by Limousine to Ponderosa for lunch.  These students earned lunch by selling the most items of all the students at McGuffey from our fundraiser!  Congratulations to all.

Spirit of Christmas Award

Students of McGuffey were asked to write essays telling what Christmas meant to them.  Our own Suzan, who is an 8th grader was chosen from McGuffey.  Suzan received a certificate, rode in a carriage during the Christmas parade on Friday, December 2, 2017.  Suzan also had dinner in the Mayor’s office, received a hat, scarf and gloves embroidered with “Spirit of Christmas” and lit the Christmas tree in the square with Mayor Franklin. Well done Suzan!