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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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:

for further information.

For more information about the test itself, go to:

Riley Children’s Foundation and the Riley Warsaw Regional Leadership Committee invite you to celebrate the hope that Riley Hospital for Children gives to families. Camille Kerlin, a senior at Warsaw High School, will share her perseverance through three open-heart surgeries and how she has translated her medical journey into philanthropic support for the hospital that saved her life.

    From Key West to the Midwest                   

Date: Saturday, August 2, 2014
Time: 6:00 - 10:30 p.m.
Place: Spikes Beach Grill
  310 Eastlake Drive
  Warsaw, IN 45680



6:00 p.m. Doors Open
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Buffet
7:00 p.m. Riley Program
7:30 - 10:30 p.m. Concert by Don Middlebrook


Purchase tickets at Reservations include concert entry and buffet dinner. Event will take place rain or shine, children are welcome.

Craig J. Hintz received his Ed.D from Indiana University Bloomington in 2002. Previously, he received an Ed.S. from Western Illinois University in 1980, a M.Ed. from Phillips University in 1973, a B.S.E. from Truman State University in 1969, and an A.A. from Muscatine Community College in 1967.

Dr. Hintz’s administrative experiences include Superintendent of Warsaw Community Schools, School Improvement Specialist for Metro Cooperative Service Unit, Deputy Superintendent for Minneapolis Public Schools, Associate Superintendent for Minnetonka Public Schools, Superintendent of MSD of Warren Township, Associate Superintendent of MSD of Warren Township, High School Principal for North Scott Community Schools, Associate High School Principal/A.D. for North Scott Community Schools, and Assistant Junior High School Principal for North Scott Community Schools.

Dr. Hintz’s professional development activities include attending 16 National School Board Association Annual Conferences, 7 NSBA Technology Site Visits, 16 IAPSS Annual Conferences and Meetings, 12 American Association of School Administrators Annual Conferences, and 4 Professional Learning Community @ Work Conferences. Dr. Hintz’s recent community partnerships, memberships and offices held in professional organizations include Kosciusko Community Education Board Member, Warsaw Education Foundation Ex-Officio Board Member, Kosciusko/Warsaw Chamber of Commerce Community Action Council, Martin Luther King Committee Board Member, Ortho Worx Education Committee Member, and affiliations with Bakers Youth Club, Warsaw YMCA, Warsaw/Kosciusko Chamber of Commerce, and the Orthopedic Companies of Zimmer, Depuy, and Biomet.

Dr. Hintz’s recent publications, articles and presentations include a Warsaw Rotary Club “State of the School Corporation Address”, a Kosciusko Board of Realtors presentation, “The Value of a WCHS Diploma”, an Indiana University “Beginning Superintendent’s Workshop”, Indiana University Dissertation, “The Diminishing Pool of Aspirants for the position of High School Principal in The Indiana Urban Schools Association”.

Dr. Hintz’s many notable achievements since joining Warsaw Community Schools as Superintendent of Schools in 2009 include adopting a community-developed strategic plan, designed to provide a roadmap for the future for students and families served by WCS. Through its implementation WCS has created a STEM Academy; free full-day kindergarten; enhanced world language offerings, additional courses in dance, orchestra, culinary arts, and biomedical sciences; Project Lead the Way; a Junior ROTC program, and additional Advanced Placement (AP) and dual-credit classes.

Other notable achievements during Dr. Hintz’s tenure in Warsaw Community Schools include the implementation of Professional Learning Communities and strong relationships with community groups and organizations, a school corporation grade “A” rating for two consecutive years from the Indiana Department of Education, and being named the 2013 Indiana Superintendent of the Year.

WCS Board of Trustees Board President, Jennifer Tandy, recently stated “Dr. Hintz has led WCS through a remarkable transformation that has resulted in improvements that will benefit students and the local community for years to come. Dr. Hintz’s commitment to excellence and his visionary leadership have created an environment for learning that places WCS among the finest public education systems in the State of Indiana. Tandy also noted “Dr. Hintz has been instrumental in establishing a culture of collaboration, not only within the school system, but also throughout our community.”

In Dr. Chris Boyd's classes at Lakeview Middle School, students are demonstrating how their fitness is used towards real-world activities in diverse and wonderful ways! Click "continue reading" to see more!

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Please join us in the celebration of Dr.
Hintz's career and to wish him well in retirement.

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Principal Troy Akers, of Warsaw Community High School, is proud to announce the names of the Valedictorian and Salutatorian from the Class of 2014.

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