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Welcome to the Warsaw Community Schools Transportation Page

Phone(574) 269-1750
 

Information for New Parents

We provide several tools to help you identify your school of residence and bus route.


District Map:  
Open the map below to see a district map for each elmentary school.  Student enrolled in the following elementary schools will attend Edgewood Middle School for 7-8 grade:  Madison, Eisenhower, Washington, Claypool.  Students enrolled in the the following elementary schools will attend Lakeview Middle School for 7-8 grade:  Harrison, Leesburg, Jefferson, Lincoln.  All students in the Warsaw Community School district will attend Warsaw Community High School for 9-12 grade.


 2013 District Transportation Map
 

Bus Routes:
Additionally, you may type in your address in VersaTrans eLink to determine the school of residence and route information.

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VersaTrans eLink

Forms:
Alternate-Transportation-Request---English.pdf
Alternate-Transportation-Request---Spanish.pdf
Bus-Registration-Card---English.pdf
Bus-Registration-Card---Spanish.pdf

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Keeping Kids Safe on the School Bus
Warsaw Adult Education held the first-ever graduation ceremony at Gateway Education Center, Friday, May 12, for students who earned their High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma over the past few months.

Thirty-nine students were recognized for earning their HSE, formerly known as the GED. Dr. David Hoffert, superintendent of Warsaw Community Schools, was the featured speaker and encouraged the graduates to pursue their dreams while congratulating them on their accomplishment.

Approximately 65 family and friends attended to witness the ceremony. A Warsaw Adult Education graduation ceremony will next be held at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 10, at Gateway Education Center.

Pictured (from left): Robin Johnson, Ramiro Castro, Alan Stephens, Mina I. Schildroth/Menchaca, Kayla Merley, Kateria Parsons and Tanesha Cook..
Warsaw Community Schools is excited to announce the return of the 5K Run, Walk or Roll this Saturday, May 13. The event is designed to raise funds as well as awareness of the abilities of all people.

Though in the past the fundraiser has been conducted on the WCHS Cross Country Course, in order to be more accessible to all participants, the 5K location has moved this year. The event, which features an all new course, will begin at 9 a.m. at the Warsaw Community High School track, circle the perimeter of the high school, Edgewood Middle School and Washington Elementary, and then finish with a loop around the track. MyTeamTriumph, led by Barb Martz, will join in the 5K.

The one mile race will begin immediately following the conclusion of the 5K. Wheels (wheelchairs and strollers) are encouraged but not required for the mile event.
Interested participants can register at https://runsignup.com/Race/IN/Warsaw/WCHSRunWalkorRoll . Race day registration begins at 8 a.m.

All proceeds raised from the event will support the WCS Unified Track Team, which enters its fourth season this year. The Unified Track team won the state championship held at IU Bloomington in its first and third years, and members are excited to be starting another great season this year.

The team is comprised of members with and without intellectual disabilities and allows students to demonstrate their tiger pride as a student athlete. As a result of collaboration between Indiana Special Olympics and the Indiana High School Athletic Association, unified track is an IHSSA sanctioned sport.

The only home meet of the Unified Track team will take place at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 11. Six area teams will be hosted by WCS with the Boosters on-hand at the concession to stand to offer guests grilled food. Please come out and support your Warsaw Tigers in this event.

Warsaw Community Schools invites you to attend the fourth annual Warsaw Robotics Vex Exhibition Tournament Friday, May 12. The event will begin at 5 p.m. and will conclude around 9:30 p.m. in the Warsaw Area Career Center gym.

The tournament will feature two teams from Edgewood Middle School, coached by Abbi Richcreek; one team from Lakeview Middle School, coached by Justin Weaver; 19 teams from the WACC, coached by Paul Zakaria, Marc Huffer and Sharon Metz; four teams from Washington, coached by David Burden and Patrick Hazelton; and up to 10 teams from outside school systems.

Students participating in the event have been given six weeks to build their Vex robots for the tournament. The challenges students face during the event change each year in conjunction with the theme. This year’s theme is “Hoopla.”

Teams will compete at least six times in qualifying rounds before being ranked. At that point, the top eight teams pick two alliances and the finals begin. Tournament champions (three alliances) will be determined with two wins in the finals. There will be tournament runner-ups for the second-place alliance.

Each team involved in the tournament has approximately 2-5 students involved. Teams work together to demonstrate the design process as they design and build their own robot based on the challenge constraints. Referees inspect these robots before the teams play. Robots that do not pass inspection are unable to participate. If a team does not pass their inspection, they are able to revise their design until it does pass the rules.

“This is our fourth year of hosting this competition for our students and other local communities. Each year the event is a different challenge,” explained Richcreek. “I believe this is a great opportunity to promote STEM within our schools. Students are demonstrating their problem solving and engineering skills while collaborating with others.”

The student registration cost for the event is the donation of canned food items. A community service award will be granted to the team that donates the most items (measured by weight). Donated goods will be given to Combined Community Services.

No admission fee will be charged for the event and concessions will be available from 5-7 p.m.


A Warsaw Community Schools bus driver helped ensure student safety Wednesday, May 3, following the discovery of a small mechanical fire. Students were evacuated from the bus safely to await a new bus to be dispatched to their location. Thank you to the WCS transportation department for their quick and thorough response to the situation. 

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