All Warsaw Community Schools are Closed for 2/12/19 due to ice-covered roads.  eLearning Day with assignments posted by 9:00 a.m. and due evening of Friday, 2/15.

Warsaw Community Schools’ summer school will begin with session one on Monday, June 3, and will conclude on Friday, June 21. The second summer session is scheduled to begin Monday, July 8, and will conclude Friday, July 26. Further details on summer school sessions and schedules will be released closer to the date.

The engineering and technology departments of Edgewood Middle School, Lakeview Middle School and Warsaw Area Career Center are proud to announce the joint hosting of the Warsaw Robotics Blended VEX VRC State Qualifier tournament. The event will take place on Feb. 23. Doors will open for the event at 7 a.m. with registration and inspection taking place from 7:15 a.m. to 9 a.m.  The tournament location will be held at Lincoln Elementary.
The event is scheduled to conclude at approximately 5:45 p.m. with an awards ceremony. Concessions will be available throughout the day with breakfast, lunch, beverages and snacks all available to guests and participants.
Schools participating in the event include Warsaw Community High School, Lincoln Junior High School, Schmucker Middle School, Jay County High School, Marion County STEM 4-H Clubs, Winamac Community High School, Portage High School and Middle School and South Central Junior-Senior High School.
In the event of bad weather or possible cancellations, please visit the tournament’s page on for updates on the event status. To volunteer at the event, email Abbi Richcreek, event organizer, at

Warsaw Community Schools staff banded together Friday, Feb. 1, to provide food for families in need.

Following the adverse winter weather and historic cold temperatures this week, many families have not been able to leave home or work. WCS staff, concerned about local families who may be without food due these hardships, stepped up to help deliver well over 200 Boomerang Backpacks filled with food. Teachers, administrators, nurses and bus drivers delivered these backpacks despite the closure of school to ensure the safety and wellness of our community.

Warsaw Community Schools would like to thank its staff for coming together and working as a team to enrich the lives of others and put the WCS mission statement into action. The WCS 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.”

If you are in need of food or would like to give to the Boomerang Backpack program, please contact Tracey Akers, head nurse coordinator, at


Photo: Mary Jane Prater (left) and Trista Clevenger (right), members of the WCS transportation department, help deliver Boomerang Backpacks to families in need. 

WCS orchestra will be hosting an informational night for parents and sixth grade students interested in joining the orchestra from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the Warsaw High School orchestra room. Guests can enter through door 44 to attend the meeting.

During the event students will be able to try out instruments while parents get more information and learn about instrument rental. Typical instruments used in orchestra include the violin, cello, viola, bass and more. 

To sign up, email Heather Brannock at Current sixth grade students are advised to select orchestra as their first choice on their selection cards. 

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