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Warsaw Community Schools is offering free training to those interested in becoming a paraprofessional.

Participants are required to participate in all three activities (TABE, prep classes, ParaPro test). The dates of these activities are as follows: 
  • July 10-12 9 a.m. to noon TABE Testing (test of adult basic education)
  • July 17-Aug. 2 Free parapro prep classes every Tuesday and Thursday
  • Aug. 7 Parapro test ($55) fee waived for pending employment with WCS

Those interested in participating must have a minimum of a high school diploma. TABE fee is waived for participants. The number of days required to participate may vary depending on individual TABE score. 

Those with questions may contact Betty O'Hara at bohara@warsawschools.org.

RSVP by visiting http://bit.ly/WCSParaPro

The first session of summer school at Lakeview Middle School has nearly wrapped.  Check out this gallery for photos of learners in action!
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Warsaw Community Schools' Transportation Department recently sent out letters detailing summer school transportation schedules to parents. Following the receipt of these, it was discovered some letters may have had incorrect information included. New letters are already in process and will be sent out today. WCS thanks parents for their patience and understanding as these letters are corrected.
Warsaw Community Schools recently honored several drivers from the WCS Transportation Department for their numerous years of service with the district. These drivers have assisted with the transportation of students and staff for over two to three decades. Without these drivers, Warsaw Community Schools could not fulfill its 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.”

Thank you to the following individuals for your years of service to our community and district: Lisa Wallen, 33 years; Jackie Clase, 30 years; Sally Johnson, 28 years; Bernie Waikel, 26 years; Colleen Fritcher, 24 years.
Valedictorian

Kyler Bartol, son of Brenden and Dora Bartol, has been named the valedictorian for Warsaw Community High School’s class of 2018. He plans to attend Purdue University where he will major in biology. Bartol then plans to further his education through the pursuit of a medical school degree.

Kyler's high school activities include serving as student body vice president on the WCHS student council during his senior year; participating in National Honors Society; holding internships at Kosciusko Community Hospital and Elements Materials Technology; and playing on the tennis team. Kyler also participated in Warsaw Community High School Blitz volunteering in his community. 



Salutatorian


Zachary V. Howard, son of Mark Howard and Deydra Carpenter, has been named the salutatorian for the WCHS class of 2018. Zach's future plans include majoring in engineering at Purdue University.

While in high school, Zach participated in FFA in many capacities such as chapter vice president his sophomore year, president his junior year and treasurerhis senior year. Within FFA, Zach placed in multiple state and career development events and participated in community service at the Young McDonald's Barn at the Kosciusko County Fair and Agriculture Awareness Day.

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