Incoming kindergarten students should be age five (5) on or before Aug. 1, 2017, according to the state eligibility criteria. Please attend your home school for registration of kindergarten students. For more information or questions, please contact your local elementary school.


Through its partnership with Lutheran Health Network/KCH, WCS incoming kindergarten students are invited to an opportunity to have a kindergarten physical at a minimal cost on Tuesday, March 28. The cost of the physical is $20 with the proceeds donated back to the WCS Boomerang Backpack Program. This opportunity is for incoming WCS kindergarten students only. More information will be presented at the kindergarten round-up meetings.

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Warsaw Adult Basic Education (ABE) has helped 28 students earn their High School Equivalence (HSE) over the last few months. Here is a picture of a recent graduate of our program with teacher Annette Coenen, Director Brenda Utter and teacher Donna Bower.

If you know someone that needs to earn their HSE please refer them to Brenda Utter @ the Warsaw ABE, 574-371-5019 X 4010

This week the first grade students have been reading, researching, and learning about snowflakes.  The Digital Learning Specialist, Mrs. Watters, had the students experiment with creating snowflakes in the lab as well as having them make their own snowflakes in the library's MakerSpace. 
Last Tuesday evening, the Warsaw Community High School Select Chorale and Select Women's Choirs joined with Bella Vitale for Notte di Musica. At the end of the evening, Bella Vitale donated over $600 to the WCHS Choral program.

The WCHS Choral students and Mr. Thomas Hall want to publicly thank Bella Vitale Owner Peggy Roulo, Executive Chef Blake Elick and the amazing team at Bella Vitale for their collaboration and their generous donation.

Photo: Bella Vitale owner, Peggy Roulo and Executive Chef, Blake Elick, present a donation check to WCHS choir director Thomas Hall and choir students from Warsaw Community High School.
Lakeview and Edgewood Middle Schools are celebrating their recent success at the NELMSC Geography Bee Competition. The event took place on Tuesday, Jan. 31, At Indian Springs Middle School in Columbia City. Both schools’ teams placed in the top three with Edgewood taking a second place victory and Lakeview earning third place.

There were eight rounds in the competition with a total of five schools competing. Topics ranged from classical Greece to Brexit and students tackled questions such as, “what mountain range divides Europe and Asia,” and, “what is the most well-known Neolithic monument?”

Edgewood’s team is comprised of Jacob Busz, Eli Demopoulos, Ivy Hall, Toby Harges, Carson Kerlin, Nate Lechlitner, Sam Lechlitner, Jonah Reichenbach and Tim Wielgot. Coaches for the Edgewood team include Richard Sellers and Susan Eberhardt.

Lakeview’s team members include Wyatt Walton, Kevin Fouts, Theo Cooke, Anna Gustafson, Sydney Leighty, Kendyl Silveus, Miles Burkholder and Abby Rahn. The team was coached by Betsey Vastbinder.

“The Lakeview team was a high-energy, light-hearted crew who got along fantastically as they added to their understanding of European geography,” explained Vastbinder. The Lakeview students had a great time and are already looking forward to next year!” “Edgewood's team worked well together learning new concepts and teaching each other,” noted Eberhardt and Sellers. “We are very proud of their accomplishments.”

Though the geography bee is a single event, the Academic Superbowl will soon begin, which allows students to compete on subject matter including math, science, social studies and English language arts. Many students involved in the geography bee also participate in the Academic Superbowl.

Photo IDs:

Lakeview Geography Bee Team. Back Row (from left) Wyatt Walton, Kevin Fouts, Theo Cooke, Anna Gustafson. Front row Sydney Leighty, Kendyl Silveus, Miles Burkholder, Abby Rahn, Betsey Vastbinder (coach)

Edgewood team: Coach Susan Eberhardt, Toby Harges, Ivy Hall, Sam Lechlitner, Jonah Reichenbach, Jacob Busz, Eli Demopoulos, Tim Wielgot, Carson Kerlin, Nate Lechlitner, Coach Richard Sellers.
On Saturday, Jan. 28, nine students from Warsaw Community Schools attended the Indiana Individual State Chess Tournament at Pike High School in Indianapolis. The event, hosted competitors from the elementary to high school level. All students played six rounds during the competition.

The results of the event are as follows:
  • Eighth grade and under championship (out of 16 players): Jacob Kissling, 15th
  • Sixth grade and under championship. (out of 32 players): Max Vinkemeier, fourth
  • Third and under championship (out of 66 players): Teddy Grandon, first; Ashlan Oliver, second
  • Twelfth grade and under JV (out of 59 players): Brandon Chan, 22nd
  • Sixth grade and under JV (out of 80 players): Kaitlyn Evans, third; Shruthi Muthiah, 19th: Subbu Muthiah, 21st; Theo Crabtree, 22nd; McKale Hagg, 43rd
Photo: (From left) Theo Crabtree, Ashlan Oliver, Max Vinkemeier, Teddy Grandon, McKale Hagg, Kaitlyn Evans, Shruthi Muthiah, Jacob Kissling. Not pictured: Brandon Chan.

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