The Warsaw Community High School choral department will present their annual fall concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 9, in the WCHS Performing Arts Center. The concert will feature all four high school choirs in a varied collection of musical styles, including classic choral music, folk, and classic pop.  

The choirs are under the direction of Thomas Hall and accompanied by Thomas Stirling. The hour-long concert is free of charge and all are welcome.    
Did you miss it? September was National Childhood Obesity Month.

While September may be over this health issue continues to be a serious concern throughout the year especially as we head into the winter months when getting enough exercise can be a mojor problem. There are no easy answers when it comes to childhood obesity but increasing our knowledge and understanding of the contributing factors is a good first step. Check out these great resources which will help you and your child continue on your journey to good health.

Boy On Bike. Photography. Britannica ImageQuest, Encyclopædia Britannica, 25 May 2016. Accessed 2 Oct 2018.
At 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 21, Warsaw Community High School will host its annual homecoming parade. The event will consist of WCHS’s official homecoming court and floats featuring the high school’s diverse range of sanctioned clubs and sports. The theme of the event, children's TV shows, promises to be entertaining for children and adults alike. Following tradition, the participants of the parade will be throwing candy to spectators. Come out to celebrate school spirit, relive your favorite childhood memories and enjoy free candy.

The parade will start at the WCHS Performing Arts Center horseshoe, where it will then proceed to Union Street. The parade will then turn right onto Market Street and then left onto Indiana Street. It will continue left onto Main Street, turning left onto Columbia Street where it will end at the corner of Columbia and Market streets.

The Warsaw Varsity Tiger Football team will be playing Goshen with a kickoff time of 7 p.m. Homecoming royalty will be announced at half-time.
At approximately 2:15 p.m. staff and emergency personnel responded to a minor grease fire in a foods lab at Warsaw Community High School. The fire was quickly contained and two minor injuries were treated by the school nurse. 

Warsaw Community Schools would like to thank the Warsaw-Wayne Fire Territory, Lutheran EMS, the Kosciusko County Sheriff's Department and Warsaw Police Department for their quick response to the scene. 
On behalf of Warsaw Community Schools, allow me to be among the first to say welcome to the 2018-2019 school year. With the start of a new school year we at Warsaw Schools are very excited for the opportunity to continue furthering our mission “to inspire and equip all students to continuously acquire and apply knowledge and skills while pursuing their dreams and enriching the lives of others.”

The start of a new school year is an exciting time filled with new possibilities for growth and learning. As we look forward to a year filled with educational opportunities and achievements for students and staff alike, we also reflect on our past successes. Throughout the past year, WCS staff have worked diligently to further develop course opportunities, enhance facilities and imagine innovative new ways to equip all students with knowledge and skills while pursuing their dreams and enriching the lives of others. This pursuit has led to national and state recognitions of student achievements.

At Warsaw Community Schools, we are committed to the pursuit of a future-ready curriculum that meets the needs of both our community and students alike. Through community input within our strategic planning process, advancement in social emotional learning, safety and security, STEM advancements at all levels, dual and AP college credit offerings, dual language immersion growth, career pathway expansion and facility and infrastructure upgrades we continue to meet the academic growth of our students.

Our Board of School Trustees, staff and administration wish to extend our gratitude for the community’s support as we open our doors to the start of a great year. WCS welcomes your visits, comments and partnerships in education. Please feel free to contact us. We are here to serve and partner in our community’s education with you!
The period to sign up for iPad insurance for the 2018-2019 school year is now closed. For more information on insurance for those who purchased plans, please see details posted below. 

Warsaw Community Schools will partner with Worth Ave. Group to provide insurance on school-issued devices given to students and faculty. Insurance will protect the device against an assortment of damages and will cover full replacement cost coverage. The policy is also transferable to replacement units. 

Coverage Includes: 
  • Accidental Damage (Drops & Spills) aCracked Screen
  • Liquid Submersion
  • Fire, Flood & Natural Disaster aPower Surge By Lightning aTheft & Vandalism
Coverage Does Not Include:
  • Manufacture Defect & Mechanical Failure x Standard Wear & Tear
  • Cosmetic Damage
  • Unexplained Loss
Coverage Cost Details: (Device - Coverage - Deductible - Price)
Apple iPad Gen 6 (Fifth and Ninth Grades) - $294 - $0 - $27
Apple iPad Gen 5 (sixth and 10th Grades) - $294 - $0 - $27
Apple iPad Mini - $200 - $0 - $20
Apple iPad Air 2 (eighth, 11th and 12th Grades) - $294 - $0 - $27

Policy Term: 8/15/18-8/15/19

The Deadline to purchase coverage: is Sept. 17, 2018
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