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The following consent forms have been provided to students to take home and are provided here for parent convenience. These forms are in relation to human sexuality instruction in accordance with Indiana state law.

The corporation’s curriculum educates students about reproductive science, reproductive health and wellness, human development, childhood development as well as abstinence from sexual activities outside of marriage and sexual transmitted diseases, as required by Indiana law. 

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Grades K, 4 and 5

Secondary students

Check out these fantastic photos from teacher Sherri Johnson's Art in the Great Outdoors summer class!
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Families,
We have had a successful first week of STEM Summer School!

In Mr. Burden's class students have gone through the scientific process to engineer a straw rocket based on the driving question of "How can I engineer a straw rocket that flies the farthest horizontally?" Through this investigation we have looked at different variables and their impact on the objective. We found that our clay nose cones were ineffective with consistency and weight, so we designed a nose cone using 3D CAD that we then printed for their straw rockets. Our finish to this project involved creating a poster that shares our learning along with a final rocket design to answer the driving question.

In Mr. Hazelton's class we began working through the driving question "Can we re-engineer the Titanic to survive the impact of the iceberg?" We utilized a program called LoggerPro and did video analysis to generate graphs showing the energy. Students tested 3D models of the original Titanic and of their own student created Titanics that they re-engineered. Next, students analyzed the results to find whether or not they were successful while writing an ending conclusion based on their data. In addition, students researched and developed an opinion in the form of an essay about whether or not the Titanic should be brought to the surface or be left alone.

David Burden
STEM Instructional Coach
Washington STEM Academy

Warsaw Community Schools 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.

Indiana Definition (Article 36. IC 20-36-1 Sec. 3) “High ability student” means a student who:
  • (1) performs at or shows the potential for performing at an outstanding level of accomplishment in at least one domain when compared with other students of the same age, experience, or environment; and
  • (2) is characterized by exceptional gifts, talents, motivation or interests.

Warsaw Community Schools recognizes that: 
  • High ability students are found in all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic populations 
  • High ability students have different cognitive and social/emotional needs that must be addressed in order for them to reach their potential
Please see the below attachment for Warsaw Community Schools definitions and procedures for High Ability identification.
2016-2017-HA-definition-and-ID.pdf

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