Warsaw Community Schools

Madison Elementary Principal Tom Kline To Retire After 40 Year Career In Education

WARSAW — After a 40 year career in education, Madison Elementary Principal is retiring at the end of this school year. Kline has worked with students of all ages, from those who are just beginning their education in kindergarten to students in college. The principal says he began … Read More

Madison Elementary Tours Warsaw Wastewater Treatment Plant

WARSAW — The City of Warsaw Wastewater Utility hosted Madison Elementary for a tour of the wastewater treatment plant. The tour included exploring the lab, observing the wastewater vacuum and camera trucks, engaging in a stormwater activity and receiving a presentation from the Utility Manager, Brian Davison. Not … Read More

Leesburg Students Skype With Holocaust Survivor

LEESBURG — On Tuesday, April 18, Leesburg Elementary sixth grade students were offered the opportunity to Skype with Holocaust survivor Simone Liebster, who lives in the Swiss Alps. To prepare the students for this event, Leesburg sixth grade teachers invited William and Kristi Keller, who represent the Arnold/Liebster … Read More

WCS Announces Zimmer Biomet Partnership Grant

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools is proud to announce the continued partnership of Zimmer Biomet through a recent grant award. The grant, which totals $50,000, will be utilized to further STEM and MakerSpace initiatives at Warsaw Community School. Warsaw Schools have enjoyed a long-standing partnership with Zimmer Biomet, … Read More

Warsaw Schools Prepare For First eLearning Day Saturday, April 22

WARSAW — During the Warsaw Board of School Trustees meeting on Monday, April 17, Chief Technology Officer Brad Hagg informed the board of the preparations that have been made for the first Warsaw Community Schools eLearning day that will take place on Saturday, April 22. Hagg stated all the … Read More

WCS Invites Public For Textbook Review

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools’ middle school science departments, high school science department and high school math department teachers have spent dedicated time over the past several months thoroughly reviewing dozens of textbooks to determine the very best resource available in these content areas for our students. The … Read More

Middle School Bands Receive Perfect Scores At ISSMA

WARSAW — Congratulations to the Edgewood and Lakeview Band on their outstanding results at the Indiana State School Music Association Organizational Contest held at Paul Harding High School, Fort Wayne. WCS is proud to announce all Edgewood and Lakeview Band students received a gold rating from all three … Read More

Warsaw Sixth Grade Band, Orchestra To Host Fittings

WARSAW — With the end of the school year just around the corner, the formation of the 2017-2018 sixth- grade band and orchestra will soon be underway. Warsaw Community Schools invites families to attend an instrument fitting session to help your child find an instrument they might be interested … Read More

WACC Students Excel At Purdue Engineering Expo

WARSAW — On Thursday, March 30, Warsaw Area Career Center sent 50 students to participate at the Purdue Engineering Expo, a competition where students learn about the engineering field and demonstrate their engineering progress. Throughout the event students had to design a tower made of straws capable of … Read More

Lincoln Elementary Schooler Named Honorary Warsaw Police Officer

WARSAW — A fourth grader at Lincoln Elementary had his dream come true today, March 31, when he was named an honorary Warsaw Police Officer during a celebration at Lincoln Elementary. Drake Price was diagnosed with a craniopharyngioma brain tumor on Feb. 25 after several weeks of not feeling … Read More

Leesburg Student Council Enriches Lives Of Others

LEESBURG — On Saturday, March 25, Leesburg Elementary Student Council members put their raking skills to the test at Camp Crosley. They were challenged to serve and “be the good” in the world as they worked together to rake mulch. The camp needed the mulch in their adventure … Read More

Lincoln Elementary Chess Team Places Second In State Finals

WARSAW — One chess team from Lincoln Elementary School placed second in its division at the Scholastic Chess Indiana Team State Finals on Saturday, March 25. Three chess teams from LES went to the finals held in Hammond last weekend. One third grade and under team placed second, … Read More

Washington STEM Academy Awarded Resource Conservation And Development Grant

WARSAW — The Arrow Head Country Resource Conservation and Development Council announced Feb. 28, that Washington STEM Academy will be a recipient of a grant award of $3,200.00. The Arrow Head Country RC and D represent ten counties including Kosciusko County. The Council received 22 applications from nine … Read More

WCS Enters UVA School Acceleration Partnership

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools has entered into an unprecedented partnership with the University of Virginia, Darden School of Business and the Curry School of Education as Indiana’s first school acceleration program (UVA Partners for Leadership in Education). The Indiana Department of Education approached WCS to consider the … Read More

WCS Announces Renaming Of Tiger Den, Hiring Of Chief Analytics Officer

WARSAW — Two large announcements were made at the Warsaw School Board meeting held on Monday, March 20. Teachers Credit Union and Warsaw Community Schools are entering a 10-year naming rights agreement and the corporation has hired a chief analytics officer. The Warsaw Community High School gymnasium has … Read More

Warsaw FFA Leadership Development Event Results

WARSAW — Congratulations to all the Warsaw FFA members who competed in the District 2 Leadership Development Events at Rochester High School on Friday, March 10.  Cheers to those that won first place and qualify for state competition in June at the Indiana FFA Convention. Here are the results: … Read More