In our world today, 925 million people are chronically hungry. Approximately 6,200 children die every day from hunger related causes. Warsaw Community Schools and the surrounding community have partnered with Feed My Starving Children since 2014 to make a difference in the fight against world hunger.

FMSC is pleased to announce the next Warsaw MobilePack event is scheduled for Oct. 17-20, at the Gordon Recreation Center on Grace College Campus. Over 5,000 community volunteers will have the opportunity to be involved, including over 2,000 Warsaw Community School students.

The Warsaw Mobilepack steering committee will hold an informational meeting on 5:15 p.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 27, at Warsaw Community Public Library Meeting Room AB. The committee invites community members, business leaders, church leaders and anyone affiliated with a club or an organization who wish to be a part of this great community event to attend. There are many ways to get involved.  Come and find out how your talents can be utilized. Mobilization packets will be provided to all attendees. 

Join us for this short informational meeting and see how you can help impact world hunger and make the 2018 FMSC Warsaw Mobilepack a success. For more information go to or contact event chair Megan Stone at Donations can be made online or mailed to Warsaw MobilePack, PO Box 272, Winona Lake, IN 46590.
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The Indiana State Library and the Indiana Arts Commission announced Tuesday, Feb. 20, Joshua Fisher earned the honor of being named the 2018 Poetry Out Loud Indiana state champion. Fisher will compete against representatives from all 50 states, plus Washington D.C., Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, for the national Poetry Out Loud title on April 23-25, 2018 in Washington, D.C. The event will be held at the Lisner Auditorium at The George Washington University. The semifinals and finals will be webcast live. The Midwest and South Central round, which includes Indiana, will be held on April 24, beginning at 1 p.m.

Fisher, a sophomore at Warsaw Community High School in Warsaw, qualified for the national finals by winning the Indiana state Poetry Out Loud championship held on Feb. 17, at the Indiana State Library. He edged out 17 other competitors to win the state title. In addition to the Washington, D.C. trip, Fisher earned a $200 cash prize and $500 for his school to be used to purchase poetry books.

Fisher recited three poems to qualify for the trip to Washington D.C.: “Entirely” by Louis MacNeice, “The Author of Her Book,” by Anne Bradstreet and “I Remember, I Remember” by Thomas Hood.

Now celebrating its 13th year of national competition, Poetry Out Loud is a partnership between the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation. The program encourages the study of great poetry by offering educational materials and a dynamic recitation competition to high school students across the country. For more information, visit the Poetry Out Loud website.

The Indiana State Library is dedicated to serving Indiana residents, leading and supporting the library community and preserving Indiana history.

Photo: Sophia Delgado (left), Poetry Ourselves winner, and Joshua Fisher (right), Poetry Out Loud winner. Photo courtesy of the Indiana State Library.
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Warsaw Community High School driver's education program is currently accepting enrollment for students seeking to obtain their license. 

Drivers education at Warsaw High School consists of 30 hours of online classwork followed by six hours of behind the wheel instruction. Students must be at least 15 and enrolled in a local school. Homeschooler students are also welcome.

Driving times take place after school at 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. March, April, May, August, September, October and  November. During June and July driving times are held all throughout the day. Cost for the program is $325.

If interested, parents are requested to printout the enrollment form and return the paperwork to Warsaw High School with attention made out to Terry Rosenbarger R252 or Ellen Stayer in the WCHS main office.

Those with questions may contact Rosenbarger at or by phone at 574-371-5099 ext 2231.

Registration form click here: Drivers-Education.pdf

The first eLearning Day for 2017-2018 for Warsaw Community Schools will take place on Saturday, Feb. 17. This day and March 17, have been scheduled to make up school days that have been missed due to dangerous weather conditions. Making up lost instructional time in this manner allows students to be dismissed for the summer in late May as opposed to June.

eLearning Day Procedures

All student assignments for the eLearning Day will be posted by 9 a.m. on the district and school website. The district website may be accessed by visiting and the school web site may be accessed by visiting (ie: All lessons will be organized by school and grade level. Each teacher’s page will provide specific instructions for the assignments to be completed as well as optional enrichment activities. If the teacher has included a parent signature form for student assignments, the parent or guardian will need to sign and return the form to school to verify lesson completion.

The assignments may be completed on the actual eLearning Day or may be completed and turned in any time prior to the start of school on the following Thursday, Feb. 22. Completion of the assignments will allow the student to be counted as in attendance on the eLearning Day. Any student who fails to turn in the assignments by the deadline will be counted absent for the eLearning Day.

On the eLearning Day, teachers may be contacted by email or other established means of communication with any questions about assignments. Additionally, a technology support line will be available for any general technology questions by calling 574-371-5088 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Lesson Plans by School:

A Madison Elementary sixth grade student recently visited the Indiana House Committee on Public Health to share his petition in regards to a proposal to raise taxes on cigarettes sold in Indiana.

Cayman Blake, son of Dan and Heidi Blake of Warsaw, was invited to speak by Indiana Representative Charlie Brown after the two met during a tobacco-free advocacy event held at the Indiana Statehouse.

On Monday, Jan. 29, Blake shared his passionate appeal on why he believed the committee should support HB 1380’s goal of raising taxes and the legal age to purchase tobacco.

Heidi Blake states though the bill did not pass the full house vote, Cayman is proud to have had the opportunity to speak and enrich the lives of others. Blake noted Cayman plans to continue to be involved in his community and in supporting campaigns for tobacco-free kids and teens. 

Photo caption: Cayman Blake, sixth grade student at Madison Elementary, stands with State Representative Charlie Brown following his address to the House Committee on Public Health.
Photo two: Blake addressed the committee in an effort to garner support for a cause he believes could enrich and protect fellow students and teens.


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Warsaw Community Schools will host the annual Kindergarten Round-Up event for all incoming 2018-2019 kindergarten students and parents at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 15. The event will be held at all elementary schools in the Warsaw Schools district.

Incoming kindergarten students should be age five (5) on or before Aug. 1, 2018, according to state eligibility criteria. Please attend your home school for the round-up event. Parents are asked to bring their student’s birth certificate and immunization records. For more information or questions, please contact your local elementary school.
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