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Superintendent Hoffert Selected for National Summit at White House  Dr. David Hoffert, superintendent of Warsaw Community Schools, has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education as one of 100 top school leaders from across America to participate... Read the Full Story
Video: Chamber Captures WILL Ribbon Cutting     What began at Washington Elementary will now be offered to the remainder 7 schools in the school system; offering project-based and inquiry-learning focused lessons. Read the Full Story
WCS: We Live the Mission     The following video is a small glimpse of WCS educators, parents, administrators, and community stakeholders sharing the importance of, and our commitment to our mission. Read the Full Story
2014-2015 Parent-Student Handbook
Introducing our Parent-Student Handbook for the 2014-15 School Year.
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Powerschool Single Sign-on for Parents and Guardians We've launched a new Single-Sign on feature for Powerschool.  This will allow parents and guardians with multiple children to log in once Read the Full Story
Strategic Plan Core Values
We Believe That:  
Everyone has value.
Every individual has something to contribute. Learning enriches life. Honesty, integrity, and trust are fundamental to thriving relationships. Embracing diversity strengthens community. People have life-changing power.   Giving of time, talent, and resources is vital to the well-being of the community.  
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Jefferson Students Enriching Lives at Grace Village

Jefferson Elementary students enriched the lives of residents at Grace Village Retirement Community on Thursday, November 20, 2014, by delivering handmade turkey decorations during the lunch hour. The turkeys were constructed by the entire Jefferson student body as their November “Family Group” activity. Family Groups consist of one to two students per grade level in a blended K-6 “family” that meet together throughout the school year to build relationships and participate in special activities.

Pictured: Two Jefferson Family Groups, Mr. Kyle Carter (principal), Miss Jamie Gill (5th grade teacher)


Robertson Reads 'Book With No Pictures'

David Robertson, chief academic officer for Warsaw Community Schools, recently stopped in to read to first-graders in Amy Swihart’s class at Madison Elementary School. He read several books, but the favorite was “The Book With No Pictures” by B.J. Novak. That book happens to produce a lot of laughs, according to Swihart. Pictured are Cameron, Jake, Robertson, Lupe and Emma.

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Gateway Center Hopes to Win Grant for Books

Gateway Education Center wants to add high-interest non-fiction books to its school library, but it needs the public’s votes to win a $2,500 grant.

When Wendy Kovach started three years ago as Warsaw Community School Corp.’s coordinator of library services, Gateway’s library had a limited number of books. They barely filled two shelves, and they were secondhand.


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WCS Teachers Attend 2014 INTESOL Conference

Five Warsaw Community Schools’ educators recently attended the INTESOL (Indiana Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) Conference in Indianapolis. Keynote speaker for the event was Dr. Timothy Boals, co-founder and president of WIDA (World-Class Instructional Design and Assessment). WIDA standards are a framework for teachers to embed academic language into classroom instruction and learning. Dr. Boals states, “Teachers need guidance, tools and support for the teaching of language within school contexts to maximize language and content learning.”

Pictured (L-R) Brenda Herrera, Wendy Wildman Long, Dr. Boals, Jenifer Rafferty, Amber Hackworth and Jennivine Yu.


WCS Autism Resource Specialist Maria Demopoulos Visits WNDU

Recently, WCS Autism Resource Specialist Maria Demopoulos visited with Tricia Sloma of WNDU. Maria shared information to raise awareness of autism and to benefit autism programs in Kosciusko County.


Letter from the Superintendent: Dr. David Hoffert

Stepping into the role of Superintendent for WCS is the fulfillment of a personal dream.

I am a Warsaw Community Schools graduate, and it’s because of my experience at WCS that I pursued education as a career. I wanted to be like my role models, Jim Gilmer and Jeff Grose, both teachers in the history department. My goal was to make a positive impact on kids, just like these teachers did for me.


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Our mission is to inspire and equip all students to continuously acquire and apply knowledge and skills while pursuing their dreams and enriching the lives of others.

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