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Dr. Hoffert 2020 Kosciusko County Man of the Year

Dr. Hoffert 2020 Kosciusko County Man of the Year

March 04, 2021

Congratulations to our very own Dr. David Hoffert, Superintendent of Warsaw Community Schools for a well-deserved recognition as the 2020 Kosciusko County Man of the Year....

WCS Hosts Kindergarten Round Up March 22

WCS Hosts Kindergarten Round Up March 22

March 05, 2021

Warsaw Community Schools will be holding its Kindergarten Round Up Parent/Guardian information meeting on March 22, 2021 starting at 6:00pm - 7:30pm. The parent meeting...

Scheduled eLearning: Monday, March 8

Scheduled eLearning: Monday, March 8

March 05, 2021

Upcoming Dates to Note: eLearning: Monday, March 8eLearning: Monday, March 22#wcsmission #ForwardTogether

Congrats to Nicolas Luna

Congrats to Nicolas Luna

March 03, 2021

210 student scholars competed in the Presidential Scholarships Days at Grace College this year. Warsaw Community High School senior Nicolas Luna was selected as a top...

Congrats to Samuel Lechlitner

Congrats to Samuel Lechlitner

March 03, 2021

Congratulations also go out to Samuel Lechlitner, Class of 2021, who was notified that he has met the requirements to advance to finalist standing in the competition. All...

Congrats Jacob Kissling & Justin Park

Congrats Jacob Kissling & Justin Park

March 03, 2021

Jacob Kissling and Justin Park, seniors in the WCHS Class of 2021, are both winners of the College Board's National Rural and Small Town Recognition Program. This...

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Warsaw FFA Competes in Section 1 Chapter Meeting LDE Competition

The Warsaw FFA chapter recently competed in the Section 1 Chapter Meeting Leadership Development Event on Saturday, February 13, 2021 at Triton HS. The Warsaw FFA Senior Chapter Meeting team had to demonstrate the correct procedures of a chapter meeting, including opening ceremonies, order of business, and closing ceremonies. A few of the skills required in this event include knowledge of parliamentary law and use of parliamentary procedure to conduct an orderly and efficient meeting and present logical, realistic, and convincing discussions on the topics presented.

For their effort, the Warsaw FFA Senior Chapter Meeting team earned third place in Section 1. Members on the team include Breanna Thompson, Lilly Haywood, Alyssa Swanson, Brittany Duncan, Reese Rowland, Anthony Taylor, Harrison Stofer, Thomas Boggs, and Rylan Cooper.

Pictured- The Warsaw FFA Chapter Meeting Team (L to R): Breanna Thompson, Lilly Haywood, Alyssa Swanson, Brittany Duncan, Reese Rowland, Anthony Taylor, Harrison Stofer, Thomas Boggs, and Rylan Cooper.

2 days ago

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Welding junior, Carter Hall, works on the next out of booth welding for the beginning welding class. He is doing a vertical and horizontal Tee weld. Thanks, Mr. Paseka, for providing these pictures!

3 days ago

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Warsaw FFA District 2 Proficiency Application Results:

Thomas Boggs- Forage Production Placement: 2nd
Brittany Duncan- Fiber &/or Oil Crop Placement- 1st
Reese Rowland- Ag Services Placement- 1st
Alyssa Swanson- Small Animal Production Placement- 3rd
Breanna Thompson- Diversified Horticulture Placement-1st

Congratulations to everyone! FFA members placing 1st will move on to the state level Indiana FFA Proficiency Grading in March to compete against other FFA members from across Indiana.

Here is a little more information about Proficiencies:
Proficiency areas recognize FFA members for their advancement and expertise in their Supervised Agriculture Experience (SAE) programs. With a wide range of placement and ownership categories, these work experience areas serve to develop skills in our members that can only be learned through "hands on" efforts outside the classroom. Indiana FFA serves as an economic development engine by promoting career skills in its members.

4 days ago

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Hello Blue Apron Fans,

We are now open for dine in seating with patrons practicing all COVID restrictions. If you would like to make a reservation, please email us at blueapron@warsawschools.org.

We will also continue to serve carry out orders.
Please use the order form to place an order in advance.

Carry out orders placed from outside WACC/WCHS can be picked up at door 10A (The Blue Apron glass doors), near the new Career Center entrance.

Here are this week's offerings including the NEW SPECIALS!

(Also our menu is attached if you need more information.)

*Soups:
- Vegetarian Chili
- Creamy Ham and Potato Soup
Soup Du Jour - French Onion Soup Grantinee

*Salads:
- Tennessee Hot Chicken Salad
- Caesar Salad

*Entrées:
Chef Special - Chicken Parmesan
- Pasta Carbonara
- Hoosier Pork Loin Sandwich (Breaded)
- Express Box Lunch TO GO - Chicken Salad Croissant, Macaroni Salad, Chips, Chocolate Chip Cookie, and Ice Mountain water bottle.

*Dessert:
Dessert Du Jour - White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake
Cake Du Jour - Carrot Cake
- Crème Brulee

*Extra Sides:
House-made chips - $1
Chocolate Chip Cookie - $1

Please place all orders prior to 10 A.M. day of service.
Order form will be unavailable after 10am.

***Place order here: t.ly/IIHK

5 days ago

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Mrs. Lancaster's Adult Roles classes recently welcomed Sgt Daniel Wagoner and Sgt. Oliveria from the US Army in to explain the options of serving our country right out of high school as well as the financial and educational advantages that are available in the military.

6 days ago

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Representatives from the Career Center gratefully accept an equipment donation for the Fire Rescue program from Burket Fire Department.

9 days ago

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Introduction to Agriculture with Mrs. Bartman just finished their Ecosystems Project! Each group picked an ecosystem to complete research on. They had to design a poster & then make a diagram showing what their ecosystem would look like! Great job, students!

10 days ago

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A few of our FFA members recently received a donation from the Echoes of the Past. It was in recognition of them helping at the Fall Festival. They had a great time and truly appreciate the kind donation. Pictured are: Madison Gibson, Haley Archer, Jazmyn Taylor, Cadence Gibson, Joseph Sponseller, Kiersten Gagnon, Anthony Taylor

11 days ago

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Hello Blue Apron Fans,

We are now open for dine in seating with patrons practicing all COVID restrictions. If you would like to make a reservation, please email us at blueapron@warsawschools.org.

We will also continue to serve carry out orders.
Please use the order form to place an order in advance.
Carry out orders placed from outside WACC/WCHS can be picked up at door 10A (The Blue Apron glass doors), near the new Career Center entrance.

Here are this week's offerings. Also our menu is attached if you need more information.

*Soups:
- Vegetarian Chili
- Creamy Ham and Potato Soup
LAST WEEK - Soup Du Jour - Provencal Vegetable Pistou

*Salad:
- Tennessee Hot Chicken Salad
- Caesar Salad

*Entrées:
LAST WEEK FOR THIS SPECIAL - Chef Special - Chicken and Waffles served with bacon and Maple syrup. Add an over-easy egg for only $1.
- Pasta Carbonara
- Hoosier Pork Loin Sandwich (Breaded)
- Express Box Lunch TO GO - Chicken Salad Croissant, Macaroni Salad, Chips, Chocolate Chip Cookie, and Ice Mountain water bottle.

*Desserts:
LAST WEEK - Dessert Du Jour - NY Cheesecake w/cherry sauce
LAST WEEK - Cake Du Jour - Red Velvet Cake
- Crème Brulee

Please place all orders prior to 10 A.M. day of service.
Order form will be unavailable after 10am.

**Place order here : t.ly/pbdH

12 days ago

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Students in Mrs. Campbell’s Sports Nutrition class tracked their food intake for five consecutive days. Using their food intake data, students calculated and measured the total amount of sodium, sugar, and fat they consumed in one single day. The bags of sodium, sugar, and fat (cotton balls) visually represent their calculations.

13 days ago

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In Mr. Riley's Agribusiness Management class (dual college credit), students are being the process to understand financial investing and diving into topics such as Startups, IPOs, and the role the economy plays in the marketplace. Students will ring the bell on this section with an investment game to see who can choose the best investments.

16 days ago

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Mrs. Love's Principles of Biomedical Sciences students have been identifying bacteria from patient cultures that they isolated on agar plate.

17 days ago

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