Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) is dedicated to achieving and living our mission. Our mission is to inspire and equip all students to continuously acquire and apply knowledge and skills while pursuing their dreams and enriching the lives of others. The following video is a small glimpse of WCS educators, parents, administrators, and community stakeholders sharing the importance of, and our commitment to the mission.
It is almost here! Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) is thrilled to announce the mobile STEM laboratory entitled W.I.L.L. (Warsaw Inquiry Learning Laboratory) is only days away from becoming a vital part of STEM curriculum.Continue reading
The Kindergarten students at Jefferson Elementary School increased their information literacy skills by learning how to use iPads for research. The librarian, Ms. Steiner, and the kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Snow, worked with students to teach them how to use iPads to research different colors. The students learned how to use two different apps that focused on colors.
Students and staff at Lakeview Middle School participated in a 1950s and 1960s day on Friday, August 29. Next week the seventh grade students will begin reading The Outsiders, a classic young adult novel set in that time period. The seventh grade language arts classes spent the previous two weeks researching the culture of the 1950s and 1960s including the music, cars, political events, art, television, movies, fashion, hairstyles, and tobacco use. They then wrote an essay and presented their findings to their classmates. The themed day was to celebrate the culmination of their research projects and the kickoff of the novel. Along with discussion of theme and symbolism, the students also watched a book trailer for The Outsiders. The trailer was acted, filmed, and edited by the language arts department at Lakeview. Teachers at LMS hope to inspire and equip students by making the history behind the book come alive!
Claypool Elementary and Warsaw schools, along with Louis Dreyfus, raised money for Feed My Starving Children and ALS
Every August, all WCS teachers, staff, and administrators meet to reflect, celebrate, and become inspired for the new year. In this video, you'll find a truly motivational message from Lorinda Kline and Mason Metzger, information about an initiative to Enrich the Lives of Others through MobilePack (Feed our Starving Children), a welcome from Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert, a message from Board President Jennifer Tandy, awards presentations for teacher, staff, and special services employees of the year, and concluding remarks from 2014 WCHS Graduate, Vanessa Malagon.