At Warsaw Community Schools, learning doesn't stop just because it's summer! On July 16th and 17th, ten educators from Warsaw Community Schools participated in the second annual Indiana Principal Leadership institute (IPLI) Summer Seminar at Indiana State University. IPLI is a two-year institute designed to address the professional needs of Indiana principals with an emphasis on student success. The institute increases a principal's capacity to address the current needs of his/her school.Continue reading
July 9th-16th was an exhilarating time for fifteen Warsaw Community Schools students and three teachers. They took those days to explore Costa Rica, visiting two volcanos, rainforests, and the Pacific Ocean. Students were able to swim in the hot springs pools of Arenal, zip line through the Monteverde rainforest, and swim in the Pacific Ocean. They also learned how to cook traditional Costa Rican food like empanadas, gallo pinto, and prestino, in addition to learning traditional Costa Rican dances and playing games with local students. They also were able to practice their Spanish, enriching the lives of others along the way. All agreed that it was an experience they will never forget.
The group photo was taken at the Rio La Paz waterfall, just down the mountain from Poas Volcano.
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.
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
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.Continue reading