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Warsaw Community Schools will hold a special board meeting as an informational outlet on the current building and renovation project progress for Lincoln Elementary, Washington STEM Academy and Edgewood Middle School. Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert will communicate the background, scope of the projects, objectives and current progress report from the advancement over the past few months.

Lancer + Beebe, LLC, Criterion Designer, has been actively working with three (3) teams to interact, discuss and gain a vision for the projects to share with the prospective design-build teams. Mark Beebe and the three design build teams will be in attendance.

The meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 26, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. in the WCS Central Office. Meeting attendees will have an opportunity to request additional information, electronic updates or to share questions regarding the projects
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Joshua Wall is a 4th year teacher at Washington STEM Academy during the day but also serves our country in the United States Army Reserve. Recently, Mr. Wall received the promotion of rank to Sergeant (SGT). SGT Wall has been with the Army Reserves for four (4) years and serves with a specialty of Psychological Operations.

The Army Reserve supports the active Army and the National Guard. SGT Wall’s specific job focuses on positively influencing foreign countries and providing messages during peace-time and war-time missions. The missions may range from loudspeaker messages, radio broadcasts, leaflet drops and face-to-face meeting with key leaders.

SGT Wall serves as another WCS employee living the mission statement and modeling the core value of giving of time, talent, and resources is vital to the well-being of the community. WCS would like to congratulate SGT Wall on his promotion and commend him not only for his service to his country but for serving the Washington students and community as well.
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Warsaw Community High School and the Warsaw Area Career Center will host a 2015-16 “Back to School Night” on Thursday, August 27th from 4:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Parents and community members are welcome to tour the building, walk your student’s schedule, and meet the teaching staff during this evening.

There will also be time to communicate with counselors, administrators and support staff members. Specific class meetings and a Principal Roundtable will be held to answer any questions that parents may have and to provide a further understanding of the new bell schedule. Events are as follows:

- Principal’s Roundtable: Performing Arts Center 5:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
- Sophomore/Junior Parent Meeting: Performing Arts Center 6:00 p.m. – 6:45 p.m.
- Senior Parent Meeting: Performing Arts Center 7:00 p.m. – 8:15 p.m.
- Grace College financial aid officer will be on-site at 7:30 p.m.

For questions, call the Warsaw Community High School Office at 574-371-5099.
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On Saturday August 15th, Warsaw Tiger Football held the first practices of the newly formed NFL Flag Football at Warsaw Community High School. Over 100 participants were in attendance for the Tiger Football coach and player led league. The goal of this league is to provide an alternative to traditional youth tackle football that is safe, fundamentally sound, fun, and in-line with the changing dynamics of the sport. All activities will take place at Warsaw Community High School on Saturdays. It is not too late to register. Registration will be accepted through the second week of practices on Saturday August 21st. The league is intended for players in grades 3-6. All players will learn to block and tackle in controlled situations with the emphasis of keeping the head out of the game. Players will also learn to throw, run with, and catch the ball in competitive situations. All area athletes are welcome to participate. The cost to register is $25.00. The registration fee includes a reversible jersey, flags, and memberships for players/parents for USA Football. For more information and to register, visit your school’s Peachjar site or www.nflflag.com/form/player.

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On Friday, July 17, 2015 in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Indiana, WCS Employee Miriam “Fabiola” Nunez was sworn in as an American Citizen. Mrs. Nunez is a prime example of a WCS staff member who models and lives the part of the WCS Mission Statement of “pursuing their dreams and enriching the lives of others” and demonstrates this daily in her work.
WCS would like to congratulate Fabiola on this distinction and commend her for her work efforts and excellent customer service in the WCS Technology Department.
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As we move deeper into a 1:1 environment we need to make sure that we are using electronic resources ethically.  This means that on teacher and student created websites, blogs, presentations, and any other online documents that the only pictures that are used are from ImageQuest or pictures that have been personally created or taken.  All other pictures violate copyright law unless you have permission from the artist and / or publishing house that holds the rights to the pictures that you want to use. 

ImageQuest is located on your school's Destiny Library page: http://destiny.warsaw.k12.in.us/

Click on this link: https://wcs.techsmithrelay.com/bcya to see a video that shows you how to access ImageQuest and how to put images into PowerPoint and Prezi presentations. 

Click on this link: https://wcs.techsmithrelay.com/oNng to see a video that shows you how to use ImageQuest on your iPad. 

You building librarian can also provide you and your students with more training on how to use ImageQuest. 

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