All Warsaw Community Schools elementaries now will be able to better implement project-based and inquiry-learning focused lessons thanks to WILL.
The Edgewood and Lakeview Bands have had a fantastic start to the new school year. Although Warsaw students have only attended school for approximately 40 days, the sightings of the Edgewood and Lakeview Middle School Bands have been numerous.Continue reading
Warsaw Community High School (WCHS) invites students and parents to join us on Wednesday October 8, 2014, for the WCHS Annual College Night. Over 50 colleges, universities, technical schools, and Armed Services will be represented. The College Fair will run from 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. in the Career Center Gymnasium, with a financial aid meeting to follow in Tiger Central from 8 - 8:45 p.m.
Area high school and home school students and parents are also invited. This is a great opportunity for you to speak with multiple college representatives at the same time. Please plan to attend.
The Warsaw Inquiry Learning Lab is a one of a kind innovative tool that will provide teachers with professional learning opportunities in STEM education, and will showcase student learning and a commitment to STEM education within our community. Read more to see photos from students visiting WILL!Continue reading
The Gateway Education Center uses technology on a daily basis in their learning processes to inspire and equip their students. As GEC staff learns more about the STEM initiative, they are beginning to implement technology into their instructional practices.
Warsaw Community Schools is excited to announce the mobile STEM laboratory, entitled W.I.L.L. (Warsaw Inquiry Learning Laboratory), ribbon cutting ceremony to be held at 11:00 a.m. on September 23, 2014, at the Warsaw Community School Central Office, 1 Administration Drive, Warsaw. Tours of the bus and detailed information on STEM curriculum will be presented to the public after the ribbon cutting ceremony.
W.I.L.L. was made possible through joint funding between WCS and OrthoWorx. W.I.L.L. has been created to implement project-based and inquiry-learning focused lessons to students in the eight WCS elementary schools. This one of a kind innovative tool will provide teachers with professional learning opportunities in STEM education, and will showcase student learning and a commitment to STEM education within our community.
Those in attendance for the ribbon cutting ceremony will include representatives from OrthoWorx, ESCO Communications of Fort Wayne, Turtle Top of New Paris, Network Solutions, INC. of Granger, WCHS graphic design students, educators, administrators and faculty members of the WCS stem design team and transportation team, in addition to students from each elementary school.