On Friday, October 3rd, 2014 during First Friday "Artoberfest" the WCS Art faculty and volunteers will be hosting art activities on the southwest corner of the courthouse lawn from 5-8 p.m. Please come and enjoy a fun evening of making art on the courthouse square. There will be many different activities for children of all ages to participate in. This is a free event and is open to all members of the community. Activities include: mosaics, STEM bus: painting and motion, scratchboards fall themes, face painting, linoleum printmaking, hot chocolate and paper pulp pressed ornaments, assemblage paper masks, and oil pastel and cut paper jack-o- lanterns. This event is sponsored by The Morning Optimists in conjunction with the Warsaw Community Schools Art department K - 12.Continue reading
Each year Congressman Stutzman recommends a select few of Northeast Indiana's best high school graduates for admission to the nation's service academies -- Army, Navy, Air Force, and Merchant Marine.
When applying for a nomination to a service academy, an applicant must apply to both the respective academy and through the congressional office. The deadline for filing is November 1, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. EST.Continue reading
The Kosciusko Chamber attended a ribbon cutting for the Warsaw Community Schools "Warsaw Inquiry Learning Lab" (WILL). 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. The curriculum focuses on having students think like a scientist and engineer. It will incorporate a variety of lessons so that when students walk off the bus, they will be able to see themselves as scientists and engineers whether in kindergarten or sixth grade.
Students in Mrs. Dean's 4th grade class participated in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) activities this week.Continue reading