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WCS Textbook Rental Fees for 2014-2015

Registration is set to take place in individual buildings on July 30 from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m., July 31 from 8:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m., and August 1, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Warsaw Community Schools is asking parents/guardians to come prepared to pay textbook rental fees in the full amount for elementary students. For secondary students, WCS requests a $75.00 deposit.

Kindergarten $139.25

1st Grade $170.00

2nd Grade $161.00

3rd Grade $156.00

4th Grade $161.00

5th Grade $172.00

6th Grade $155.00

7th-12th Grades $75.00 Deposit

To see more detailed information, please download the press release PDF. TBR-release.pdf



WCHS Graduate Gets a Head Start at IU

Last Friday, Bryce Carter, a 2014 graduate of Warsaw Community High School, completed his two-day freshman orientation at Indiana University, which included enrolling in classes for the Fall 2014 semester. Knowing he wanted to double major in computer sciences and mathematics, the road to graduation had the potential to be a daunting one. However, due to his time at WCHS which included AP, Dual Credit, and honors courses, Bryce was able to transfer in 45 credit hours, making him a second-semester sophomore.

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WCS Announces Administrative Appointments

Warsaw Community Schools is pleased to announce the following hires for the 2014-2015 school year:

Kyle Carter has been named the Principal of Jefferson Elementary. Mr. Carter graduated from Grace College and received his master's degree from IPFW. He taught sixth grade for 6 years at Jefferson Elementary. For the past 2 years Mr. Carter has worked as one of Warsaw Community School Corporation's instructional coaches.

Angela Huffman has been named the Assistant Principal at Warsaw Community High School. Ms. Huffman graduated from IPFW and received her master's degree in administration from Lamar University. She has been teaching science for the past 6 years at Lake Worth High School in Texas.

Mindi Reinholt has been named the Assistant Director of Special Services. Ms. Reinholt graduated from the University of North Texas and received her master's degree from Ball State University. She began her career as a Speech-Language Pathologist for Elkhart County Special Education Cooperative for 7 years and then worked for WCS from 2006-2012. She has been a Special Services Coordinator for WCS since 2012.


Great Turnout for the Summer Reading Program at the Public Library

This summer the Warsaw Community Public library had almost 1,000 participants in their summer library reading program.  Several of these participants were WCS staff and students including Ms. Hicks and her son, Wrigley.  The reading program ended Saturday with an exciting carnival that featured activities provided by Science Central.


WCS Students Volunteer at Magical Meadows

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Sydney Susaraba, senior at WCHS, recently received a top rating at the FFA State Convention for a speech that explained her work with Magical Meadows, a therapeutic horseback riding facility located locally in Warsaw, Indiana.

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Riley Children's Foundation Benefit Concert

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Riley Children’s Foundation and the Riley Warsaw Regional Leadership Committee invite you to celebrate the hope that Riley Hospital for Children gives to families. Camille Kerlin, a senior at Warsaw High School, will share her perseverance through three open-heart surgeries and how she has translated her medical journey into philanthropic support for the hospital that saved her life.

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