The Kosciusko Chamber attended a ribbon cutting for the Warsaw Community Schools "Warsaw Inquiry Learning Lab" (WILL). What began at Washington Elementary will now be offered to the remainder 7 schools in the school system; offering project-based and inquiry-learning focused lessons. The curriculum focuses on having students think like a scientist and engineer. It will incorporate a variety of lessons so that when students walk off the bus, they will be able to see themselves as scientists and engineers whether in kindergarten or sixth grade.
Dr. Hoffert is a proud graduate of the Warsaw Community High School and a lifelong resident of the Warsaw Community. He began his teaching career in Warsaw Community Schools as a WCHS history teacher. He served as the principal at Northfield Jr./Sr. High in the MSD of Wabash school district. Dr. Hoffert returned to Warsaw as the Chief Academic Officer and Assistant Superintendent prior to his current appoint as the WCS Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Hoffert received his PhD in Educational Leadership from Indiana State University.
Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) is dedicated to achieving and living our mission. Our mission 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. The following video is a small glimpse of WCS educators, parents, administrators, and community stakeholders sharing the importance of, and our commitment to the mission.
It is almost here! Warsaw Community Schools (WCS) is thrilled to announce the mobile STEM laboratory entitled W.I.L.L. (Warsaw Inquiry Learning Laboratory) is only days away from becoming a vital part of STEM curriculum.Continue reading
Claypool Elementary and Warsaw schools, along with Louis Dreyfus, raised money for Feed My Starving Children and ALS
Dear Students, Parents, and Community Patrons,
On behalf of Warsaw Community Schools, I welcome you to the 2014-2015 school year. Our long-standing tradition of academic achievement, extensive curricular offerings, enrichment opportunities, and extra-curricular activities awaits our 7200 students. This year will be one of great promise as we continue forward living within our mission and strategic objectives.Continue reading
We are looking forward to the 2014-2015 school year!
WCS is dedicated to finding qualified individuals that fully support our Mission and Core Values. If you know of qualified candidates that would embrace and move our mission forward, please encourage them to complete the application process.
Applications should be submitted online using our Job Application Manager. For additional guidance, please visit our Human Resources page for contact information, board policies, and answers to frequently asked questions.
WCS will also participate in college and university educational recruitment fairs throughout the state.