On Thursday, August 28th, Warsaw Community High School and Warsaw Area Career Center will host parents and students to a "Welcome Back to School Night" from 4:00pm - 7:00pm. Parents are encouraged to attend and "walk" their student's schedule with them. Teachers and Administrators will be in classrooms and offices to meet with parents and students and answer any questions that they might have. Please make plans to attend this first annual "Welcome Back to School Night!"
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On Thursday, August 28, 2014 at the WCHS Performing Arts Center, Warsaw Community Schools will host a parent information meeting for the 6th grade 1:1 program. There will be two informational meetings: 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Parents are encouraged to come and learn about the launch of e3 Tiger Tech, the 6th grade 1:1 implementation. Attendance is required by at least one parent/guardian in order to allow the iPad Mini to come home with each child. Other family members are welcome to attend. During the meeting the learning goals for the first year of the 1:1 program will be shared along with information on software and apps, security measures to protect students, insurance coverage, protecting the device and plans for future years of the program.
The sixth grade students at Eisenhower are using their iPads to checkout and read eBooks. The librarian, Ms. Boggs, and the technology specialist, Ms. Shafer, provided the students with support and instruction on how to access eBooks using the FollettShelf app. The students are also going to learn how to find eBooks using MackinVia and Overdrive. This is part of the One to One initiative at the sixth grade level.
The Smithsonian K-12 STEM Road mapping took place in Washington D.C. from July 20th - 25th. Warsaw Community Schools was represented by 15 educators and community members. The team included elementary, middle and high school teachers and administrators along with district administrators and two community STEM advisors from the local orthopedic industry. The team spent an intensive week assessing current programing, future needs, specific timelines, and the individuals responsible for action on each step.