Warren schools to serve lunch
STUDENTS TO GET MEALS: Warren City Schools will serve lunches at all the building cafeterias from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekdays now through the duration of the mandated statewide K-12 school closing.
Students should go to the school building closest to where they live, regardless of where they are enrolled. If the student is not within walking distance of a school, there are remote delivery locations available for lunch pickup from noon to 1 p.m.
Schools are Warren G. Harding High School, 860 Elm Road NE; Lincoln PK-8 School, 2253 Atlantic St. NE; Jefferson PK-8 School, 1543 Tod Ave. SW; McGuffey PK-8 School, 3465 Tod Ave. NW; and Willard PK-8 School, 2020 Willard Ave. SE.
Remote sites are Community Garden (former Laird School site), 565 Laird Ave.; Hampshire House, 244 Fifth St. SW; Packard Park, Mahoning Avenue; Renaissance Place, 1948 Palmyra Road; Warren Family Mission, 155 Tod Ave. NW; Warren Heights, 504 Douglas St. NW; YMCA-Trumbull Family Fitness, 210 High St.; St. Paul Lutheran Church, 2860 E. Market St.; the F.O.C.U.S. Building (former ACOP building), 2051 Niles Road; Stonegate Place Apartments, Roberts Avenue NW; Highland Terrace, 377 Lane Drive SW; and Hidden Village Townhomes, 600 Commerce Avenue NW.
For information, call Warren City Schools Food Service Department at 330-841-2321.
HUBBARD NATIVE NAMED DIRECTOR: Renee E. Williams, a Hubbard native and a 2002 graduate of Hubbard High School, was named March 9 as executive director of the National Center for Victims of Crime in Arlington, Va.
Williams is the director of the National Crime Victim Bar Association, an affiliate program of NCVC, and was the executive director of a Legal Services Organization in the Pittsburgh area which focused on the legal rights of victims of domestic violence and other indigent clients.
Williams is seasoned in nonprofit leadership, also serving as a board member for Athena International and for Voices in Action. She has been recognized as an Athena Young Professional Finalist, Pittsburgh’s 40 Under 40, and received a Jefferson Award.
Williams completed her undergraduate studies in theatre arts at Point Park University and received her Juris Doctor from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.