We are excited to welcome families and new students into our schools. Families who choose to live in the Warsaw Community School District have something in common. They place a high value on education and have high expectations for schools. Warsaw Community Schools are committed to meeting and exceeding those expectations. We are dedicated to providing your child with a top-quality education that is both challenging and exciting, and we’ll work to meet your child’s individual needs. If you are new to the community, you will find that Kosciusko County is a great place to raise a family. Parents are involved in their children’s lives and our communities truly put children first!
All students in Warsaw Community Schools have an assigned iPad. These are used in the classroom on a daily basis. Students in grades 5-12 are permitted to take these devices home on a nightly basis. Students in Grades K-4 are permitted to take these devices home for E-Learning days. All electronic devices have the potential to break. Warsaw Community Schools works with Secured Tech Solutions to provide families with an Accidental Damage Protection plan to pay for repairs.
The table below gives examples of device repair costs for families without Accidental Damage Protection coverage.
How to Purchase Accidental Damage Protection (ADP)
When registering your child for school (Grades K-12), please purchase Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) for $28 per student.
Click the link below to learn more, quickly get the necessary protection for students grades K-12, and pay by credit card.
Upon completing student registration, families will receive a follow-up email from SchoolCare.
This platform is used by school nurses to maintain student health health records and monitor office visits. We asked all families complete the SchoolCare registration process.
Instruction sheets to complete the SchoolCare registration process are available in ENGLISH & in SPANISH.
Please note that Caredox is now SchoolCare. Warsaw Community Schools requires parents to submit their child’s health forms on SchoolCare, our digital health platform.
Families can apply for free and reduced meals as well as textbook assistance. This is based on family income.
Take care of all of your registration needs in one place at the Warsaw Community Schools’ Central Office: 574-371-5098, or visit us at 1 Administration Drive, Warsaw, IN 46580.
Our friendly staff is eager to assist in making your transition into a new school and new community a pleasant one.
The Central Office is open year-round Monday-Friday. Call to schedule an appointment.