United Way of Kosciusko County and Warsaw Community Schools are once again offering a 15-day summer Kindergarten Countdown program. The program is targeted toward incoming fall 2019 kindergarten students without preschool experience. Students enrolled will be introduced to kindergarten curriculum while also learning classroom, lunch and bathroom expectations.

Kindergarten Countdown will be held from Monday, June 3 to Friday, June 21, at Lakeview Middle School. Students will be provided free breakfast and lunch. Transportation will be available to students with some limitations.

Two pre-assessments are required to attend the program and will be administered at the WCS Central Office from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 30. If you are interested in saving a spot for your child’s attendance please contact Jen Stafford at 574-371-5098 ext. 2429 or email at


Warsaw Community Schools is pleased to offer parents the opportunity to hear from best-selling author Michael Brandwein on Monday, March 18, at the Performing Arts Center located at Warsaw Community High School at 1 Tiger Lane, Warsaw.
The event will help parents learn new ways to bring out the best in their kids by teaching outstanding life skills (i.e. respect, patience, independence, and responsibility) to boost self-esteem, build supportive relationships, guide success and improve communication. Brandwein is an internationally acclaimed educator, best-selling education author, and presenter of Emmy® award-winning programs.
Complimentary food will be provided from 5:30 to 6 p.m. at the event. Brandwein’s presentation will begin at 6 p.m. The event is open to all and there is no cost to attend. For more information, contact 574-371-5093 ext. 2483

This morning, school staff at Madison Elementary implemented a precautionary lockout after the discovery of live ammunition at the location. Although no weapon was discovered, Madison immediately implemented safety protocols to ensure student and staff safety. All kids in the building as well as all bags were searched through the use of a metal detector wand as per Warsaw Community Schools safety policy.

School staff were assisted by school resource officers from Warsaw Police Department and the Kosciusko County Sheriff’s Office in order to ensure the utmost measures were taken to ensure no actual threat was present. Following the investigation, it was determined no safety threat was present at the building. 

Warsaw Community Schools appreciates the continued support of its staff, students, parents and local law enforcement in creating a safe and secure environment for student learning. 

At approximately 9:33 a.m. Monday, March 11, officials at Warsaw Community Schools received a notification from staff at Madison Elementary of a potential safety concern. As per safety protocols, a precautionary lockout has been initiated to allow administrators and police to conduct an investigation. The lockout status allows classroom activities to continue as planned however, outside visitors to the building will not be permitted until the investigation has concluded.

Warsaw Community Schools would like to thank staff at Madison and officers with Warsaw Police Department for their continued vigilance in ensuring student safety. More details will be shared following the conclusion of the safety investigation. 

Don't forget to attend the WCHS Riley Carnival in the Tiger Den tonight from 6-8 p.m. Families with children ages preschool to sixth grade are invited to enjoy games, activities and more. Please note, all children attending must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Tickets for the event are available in several bundles including four tickets for $1, 20 tickets for $5 and 100 tickets for $20.

Flyer: WCHS Riley Carnival  

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