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25
Nov

WCHS Winter Dance Concert

Come join us for the second annual Winter Dance Concert on Thursday, December 4th at 7:00 p.m. in the PAC Auditorium. Support friends and family in Dance Performance I and II classes as they demonstrate grace and style from Hip Hop to Contemporary, even Tap!
For those of you who love to dance or just a good chance to perform, all audience members will be invited to join us on stage for our last number, a traditional tap anthem known as the Shim Sham! Admission is free, but we will accept donations after the performance, so in the Christmas spirit of giving, please consider dropping in a dollar or two that will go toward costumes and dance shoes so that ALL students interested in taking dance will be given equal opportunity!

25
Nov

WCHS Choral Department “Go Tell It!”

The WCHS Choral Department will present their December Holiday Concert “Go Tell It!” at 7:30pm on Tuesday, December 2, 2014 in the WCHS Performing Arts Center. The concert will feature all four high school choirs performing a wide variety of seasonal favorites as well as fresh new arrangements of classic pieces. Guest instrumentalists will add to the festivities. The Select Chorale will also be featured.
The concert will commence with all of the choirs performing a gospel arrangement of Do You Hear what I Hear? which will feature several students as soloists. This will be followed by the traditional singing of Silent Night with sign language.
There is no admission charged for the concert but monetary donations will be accepted for local charities. The groups are under the direction of Mr. Thomas Hall and accompanied by Mrs. Carrie Thornburgh.

25
Nov

Officer Reads To First-Graders

First-graders in Amy Swihart’s small reading group enjoyed their guest reader, Officer Rick Shepherd from the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Department. He read “Clifford’s Thanksgiving.” It is always a treat to have guest readers, according to Swihart. “Thanks to Officer Shepherd for enriching our lives,” she said. Pictured are Hailey, Airyana, Shepherd, Daniel and Lily.

Courtesy of the Times Union

25
Nov

‘On The Edge’ Returns To WCS

 

Students at Edgewood Middle school are again working together to publish their own, student-staffed newspaper On The Edge.

The club is comprised of nine members, in both seventh and eighth grade, who collaborate to bring students stories on education, current news topics, Edgewood staff and sports, community and business events and even a taste of the arts.

According to Edgewood teacher and On The Edge instructor Kami Toumey, a total of 400 copies of the student newspaper are printed and given to classes throughout the middle school. Toumey notes the club began as an effort to promote school-wide reading and writing. This is the second year for the club.

In collaboration with On The Edge, InkFreeNews.com will once again bring students’ work to residents of Kosciusko County and beyond. Providing an opportunity for extra exposure and experience for students in the club, InkFreeNews.com will publish several student-written articles from each issue to share with our readers. Below is a list and short biography of this year’s On The Edge staff.

Courtesy of Inkfreenews

 

25
Nov

Madison Chess Tournament

Pictured are members of the Madison Elementary Chess Club displaying the awards they won at the Checkmate Hunger Chess Tournament at Madison Saturday. In total, 179 children and adults participated in the all-day event. Every player received either a medallion or a trophy courtesy of the support of the Warsaw Education Foundation.

24
Nov

Does Your Bus Driver ENRICH Your Kids Lives?

Most kids like to sit in the back of the bus—especially the “cool” kids. But that’s not the case on at least one WCS bus, where the kids pile into the front first—and you’ll never guess why.

 

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