Lakeview Middle School Launches New Career Exploration Pilot Program

WARSAW — In partnership with the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, the Indiana Department of Education announced the participating schools in the Indiana Career Explorer Pilot Program. Lakeview Middle School was chosen as one of the 16 schools. The ICE Pilot Program will evaluate and enhance critical college … Read More

WCS Parents Invited To Celebratory Opening Parent Night

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools wants children kids to be successful and happy, but stirring new research says we may be missing what matters most in helping kids thrive: Empathy! Teens today are 40 percent less empathetic than they were just a generation ago; narcissism has increased 58 … Read More

WCS Food Services Goes ‘Back To Basics’

WARSAW — In a back to basics focus, WCS Food & Nutrition Services is turning over new soil in preparation for a seedbed of change, plowing forward, but still looking to the past for direction. Three key components in cultivating this change include increasing farm to school practices, … Read More

WCHS Freshman Orientation Tuesday, Aug. 8

WARSAW — Warsaw Community High School will hold freshmen orientation from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 8, in the Performing Arts Center. All incoming freshmen students and their parents are invited and encouraged to attend. Two presentation times will be offered to allow more flexibility to … Read More

David Hoffert Welcomes Community To New School Year

Dear students, parents and community patrons, On behalf of Warsaw Community Schools, I welcome you to the 2017-2018 school year. This school year promises to be the greatest year yet in the long-storied tradition and history of WCS. Our mission is “to inspire and equip all students to … Read More

New Warsaw Transportation Department Opens After 2016 Fire

WARSAW — A year and a half after a fire destroyed the Warsaw Community School’s transportation department building, staff members finally have a new building to call home. A ribbon cutting was held at the new transportation building located on the same lot as the previous building, 310 East … Read More

WCS To Implement Late Start PLC Thursdays

WARSAW — Beginning with the 2017-2018 school year, Warsaw Community Schools will begin implementing a late start on Thursday mornings to allow teachers to collaborate and target data to enhance instruction. For the past 6 years, WCS has used the professional learning communities model to focus on data … Read More

Middle School Bands Conclude Summer Program

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools middle school band students recently concluded their summer band program on Friday, June 23. Both beginner and advanced students took part in practices, a band cookout, trip and concerts. According to Band Director Joseph Peloza, students in the beginning band began their endeavors … Read More

Lincoln Elementary School Playground Community Build Event

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools is extending an invitation to WCS staff, parents and the community for a Lincoln Elementary School Playground – Community Build Event to take place at the new Lincoln Elementary site on July 7 and July 8. This community volunteer event starts at 8:30 … Read More

WCHS Welcomes New Assistant Principal

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools is pleased to announce the hiring of Stephen Clark as assistant principal of the class of 2021 at Warsaw Community High School. Clark attended DePauw University where he received his major in education studies with minors in history and Spanish. He went on … Read More

Free Meals Offered To Kids At Area Parks This Summer

WARSAW — Warsaw Community Schools will be offering free summer meals to children ages 1-18 Monday through Friday at area parks. Free lunches will take place at Winona Lake Park and Center Lake Park (Bixler pavilion area) starting this week. The meals will only be served from 11:30 … Read More

WSC Announces Ray Emory Essay Contest Winners

WARSAW — Survivor of the Dec. 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, Ray Emory, 95, awarded Warsaw Community Schools’ students J.J. Kralis and Gisel Juarez, Leesburg Elementary; and Zoe Bergan, Washington Elementary, for their historical essays detailing Pearl Harbor. Emory was born in Peoria, Ill., and was stationed … Read More

Students Gain Hands-On Learning Experience Through Building Trades Program At WCHS

WARSAW — Students at Warsaw Community High School have gained hands-on learning through the Building Trades program. The Building Trades program at the Warsaw Area Career Center held an open house Tuesday, May 30, to showcase a home students helped construct throughout the school year. Thirteen students, under … Read More

Lakeview Middle School Students Show Appreciation For School Staff With DIY Projects

WARSAW — Do-It-Yourself projects have gained popularity in recent years. Three students from Lakeview Middle School have dived into the world of DIY projects and found a tangible way to show appreciation for school staff members. With the guidance of advanced art teacher Kallie Chapman and LMS librarian … Read More

WCHS Honors Student During Convocation For 13-Year Perfect Attendance Streak

WARSAW — During Warsaw Community High School’s Convocation held Thursday, May 26, many students were given end-of-the-year awards for various accomplishments such as high GPA, going the extra mile and perfect attendance. One student was honored for keeping a record of 13-year perfect attendance. The following students and … Read More

Warsaw Area Career Center Building Trades Open House

WARSAW — The Building Trades program of the Warsaw Area Career Center will be hosting an open house from 4-6 p.m. on Tuesday, May 30. The house is located at 1903 E. Blossom Lane, Warsaw, in Cherry Creek Manor. Watch for open house signs. This is the 35th … Read More