Justin Weaver

Justin Weaver

A graduate of Taylor University's class of 2005, Justin holds a degree in Computer Graphic Arts / Systems. Justin teaches in the Engineering Tech Education department at Warsaw Area Career Center and serves as the District Webmaster..

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Has attended Warsaw Community Schools at some point in their educational career.
Students who are going into kindergarten who attended preschool at Claypool or Leesburg last year.

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The 2015 Fine Arts Festival was an amazing celebration of the visual and performing arts in Warsaw. The event was held in The Performing Arts Center at Warsaw Community High School and included:
  • WCHS Dance classes performing
  •  Student Film Showcase in the auditorium  
  • WCHS Jazz Band  
  • WCS Strings ensemble
  •  Tri Kappa Juried Art Exhibit-sponsored by The Associate Chapter of Tri Kappa
  •  Potter’s wheel, stone carving, and painting demonstrations
  • Creative writing students will display poems and short stories
  •  Individual musical performances on the small stage in the lobby
  •  Cultural art and craft displays
  •  Christi Ziebarth exhibit in the gallery on the curve
  •  Culinary Arts students will serve their inventive appetizers and desserts  

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Lincoln Elementary School has been an important part of the Warsaw community since 1959. The passing of the recent referendum will help secure the Lincoln legacy in this community for many years to come. We would like to publicly thank the community for supporting the cause.

Thank you to Dr. David Hoffert and the vast team of community minded volunteers that helped with all the work that went into the referendum. Phone calls were made, signs were placed, and conversations took place because of the hundreds of people who decided to make a difference. We appreciate everyone who supported the “Vote Yes" campaign.

Now we look forward to a new building here at Lincoln Elementary School. Many things will change in the coming months. Many things will also stay the same. A school is so much more than brick and mortar. We promise that the new building will be a place where students will continue to feel loved and appreciated. We promise that we will continue to hold students to rigorous academic and social expectations. We promise to use the new building as a tool to fulfill the Warsaw Community Schools Mission Statement.

The mission of Warsaw Community Schools 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.

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On Jan 19, 2015, retired WCS teacher, Marsha Cook, talked about education, the impact King and his legacy had on her life, and how she was able to tolerate some of the injustices that came with being the first black teacher in the Warsaw school system.  To read more about Mrs. Cook and this event, please visit:
MLK Annual Ceremony: Marsha Cook

Video provided by Grace College.
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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.
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