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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
Senior reporter Zach Webb's special report on Boomerang Backpacks was featured on WSBT 22. 
Zach's segment aired in the 6-7 a.m. hour of WSBT 22 News First In The Morning on Monday, February 9th.

Those interested in donating to Boomerang Backpacks can drop donations off at the high school office during the week of February 9th.

**If students are interested in having an opportunity like this, they should sign up for TVII through the Warsaw Area Career Center.

http://www.boomerangbackpacks.org/
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The state has changed who supplies the high school equivalency test in Indiana, so that was known as the GED is now called the TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion™). It is a state-of-the-art, affordable national high school equivalency assessment that assesses five subject areas including Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. It measures examinees’ levels of achievement relative to that of graduating high school seniors, and career and college readiness, as outlined by the Common Core State Standards. We just call it the high school equivalency, since that is the diploma you will receive when you pass it.

The TASC, or HSE, test is given once a month at Warsaw. The test takes place at Gateway Educational Center on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. Beginning time is at 9:00. Each session could

take up to 3 hours. The tests are on-line and follow this schedule:

Mondays: Math and Science

Tuesdays: Reading and Social Studies

Wednesdays: Writing

Upcoming testing dates are:

Jan. 22,23,24

Feb. 26,27,28

March 19,20,21

April 23,24,25

May 21,22,23

June 11th, 12th and 13th

Aug  20, 21, 22

Sept 17, 18, 19

Oct 22, 23, 24

Nov/Dec - Dec 3rd, 4th, 5th

To sign up for the test visit Kari Rumple at the Gateway Educational Center at 201 N. Union St or call her at 574-371-5019.

If you will need testing accommodations you may want to visit this website: http://www.tasctest.com/accommodations-for-disabilities-for-test-takers.html

for further information.

For more information about the test itself, go to:

http://www.tasctest.com/taking-tasc-test.html
Please click the links below to access our Parent-Student Handbook for the 2018-2019 School Year:
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Warsaw Community School's Kindergarten through 4th graders have taken time throughout the month of March to engage in a friendly competition to see which classroomc complete the highest average number of lessons in the online enrichment and remediation program DreamBox. We are pleased to announce during this last month, students have spent 5,320 hours engaged math activities and completed a total of 41,118 lessons.

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