Lincoln Students Attend Wedding of Q and U

WARSAW — Kindergarten students at Lincoln Elementary recently celebrated the union of two letters in matrimony. For the past two years, students in Carla Milliman, Leah Kilgore and Shelby Beam’s classes have had the opportunity to combine phonics with lessons on etiquette and marriage. “I have organized with … Read More

Nethercutt Named US Presidential Scholar Candidate

WARSAW — Bradley J. Nethercutt, a graduating senior at Warsaw Community High School, has been named one of more than 4,000 candidates in the 2017 US Presidential Scholars Program. The candidates were selected from nearly 3.5 million students expected to graduate from US high schools in the year … Read More

CCMLK Announces Third Annual Black History Month Student Art Display

WARSAW — The Committee to Commemorate Martin Luther King is proud to announce its third annual Black History Month Art Display. 2017’s display will again be hosted by the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts and will feature student artwork from Warsaw Community Schools celebrating the life and … Read More

K21 Grant To Further WCS Physical Education Programming

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools has announced the receipt of a grant totaling $22,800 from the K21 Health Foundation to be utilized for physical education equipment. The grant will be utilized to purchase new physical education equipment that will help WCS shift from a culture of teaching about … Read More

Leesburg Students Explore The Solar System

LEESBURG — Leesburg fifth graders have the opportunity to explore the solar system during science classes this quarter. Students in Mrs. Kreider’s class kicked off their unit with a fun activity that had them saying, “Look how far away Neptune is! He’s all the way down the hallway … Read More

WCS Students To Attend State Chess Tournament

WARSAW — On Saturday, Jan. 28, nine students from Warsaw Community Schools will attend the Indiana Individual State Chess Tournament at Pike High School in Indianapolis. The event, which hosts competitors from the elementary to high school level, will begin at 9 a.m. Jan 28. In order to … Read More

Warsaw Community Schools Awarded Lilly Endowment Counseling Initiative Planning Grant

Warsaw – On Friday, Jan. 20,  the Lilly Endowment announced Warsaw Community Schools as a recipient of a Lilly Endowment Counseling Initiative Planning Grant of $50,000. This grant was established to give opportunity to strengthen Indiana K-12 Counseling in schools and to implement best practices to prepare students … Read More

Former Brooklyn Dodgers Baseball Player Speaks At Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Event

WINONA LAKE — Even long after they have passed on, an individual’s words and character can still speak to people. That was the message of former Brooklyn Dodger baseball player Carl Erskine during the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. commemoration event on Monday, Jan. 16, at the Manahan … Read More

Lincoln Elementary Students, Staff Celebrate First Day In New Building

WARSAW — On a cold winter day in December 2015, Dr. David Hoffert spoke to Lincoln Elementary students about the vision and dream of a new building for them. The students then broke ground to symbolize the start of the building project. On Jan. 11, that dream came … Read More

Warsaw Community Board Of School Trustees Sworn In

WARSAW — The three Warsaw Board of School Trustees, Jay Baumgartner, Randy Polston and Elizabeth Turley, who ran in the election this past November were sworn in during the Warsaw Community School Board Meeting on Monday, Jan. 9. Baumgartner and Polston have already served on the board. This will … Read More

New Lincoln Elementary School Opens Doors Next Week

  WARSAW — It’s been over 50 years since the old Lincoln Elementary School opened its doors in 1957. Next week, students will return from break to the new Lincoln Elementary School. Kindergarten through sixth grade students will be housed in the new two-story Lincoln Elementary School for … Read More

Warsaw Community Schools To Implement Digital Visitor Sign-In

WARSAW — Warsaw Community schools will be implementing a new visitor sign-in system in the new year. Chief Academic Officer David Robertson announced during a Warsaw Community School board meeting in October that all Warsaw area schools will begin implementing an automated check-in system, Raptor, in the new year. Parents … Read More

Warsaw High School Junior Achievement Class Determines Cost Of Christmas

WARSAW — A group of local Warsaw High School students are learning the cost of  Christmas this year through the classic carol “The 12 Days of Christmas”.  The group of seniors, taught by Terry Rosenbarger, took part in PNC Bank’s festive economic analysis called the PNC Christmas Price … Read More

IDOE Recognizes WACC As ‘Promising Practice’ Facility

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools is proud to announce the Warsaw Area Career Center has been recognized by the Indiana Department of Education as a “Promising Practices: Making it Happen” facility. The Making it Happen initiative celebrates and recognizes schools across the state of Indiana for their effective … Read More

WCS Bus Drivers Saved Student From Choking

WARSAW — On Wednesday, Dec. 14, two Warsaw Community School’s bus drivers assisted in saving the life of an Edgewood Middle School student. Julie Goon was on her way to school when a student who had been eating a piece of candy began to signal he was choking. … Read More

Warsaw Community Schools Release School Calendar for 2017-2018

WARSAW — The Board of School Trustees for Warsaw Community Schools approved the 2017-2018 school calendar at the regular board meeting on Thursday, Dec. 15. Some dates to be noted: The first teacher/staff development days for the 2017-2018 school year will be Aug. 14-15, 2017 The first student … Read More