Cosmetology Department Strikes Gold At The SkillsUSA State Conference

GOSHEN — Fairfield Cosmetology Department struck gold at the SkillsUSA State Conference in Indianapolis April 21-22.

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Board Approves Contract For Artificial Turf Field

SYRACUSE — Wawasee High School’s football field will have a significantly different look by August. During the regular monthly meeting of the Wawasee school board Tuesday evening, April 18, in Syracuse, the board approved entering a contract with Cincinnati-based The Motz Group for a new artificial turf field to be installed at the high school this summer.

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Milford Hires a New Building Commissioner

MILFORD — Milford residents concerned about derelict properties may be happy to know the town now has a new building commissioner. At its monthly public meeting Monday, April 10, the council voted to hire Scott Mast to fill the position. “Anything I can do to help,” affirmed Mast, … Read More

Wawasee Students Qualify For National DECA Competition

SYRACUSE — Four Wawasee High School students had to think fast in role playing situations during the state DECA competition in Indianapolis in January. But they were able to do so effectively enough to finish second and third and to qualify for the national DECA competition, more specifically the International Career Development Conference, April 26-29 in Anaheim, Calif.

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Wawasee Is Preparing For Accreditation Visit

SYRACUSE — Every five years, the Wawasee Community School Corp. goes through an accreditation process where a team visits and thoroughly examines the school district. The school corporation is preparing for a visit from AdvancED next week for the accreditation process.

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Give Hope Girls Bring Jen Bricker To Wawasee High School

SYRACUSE—After discussing how to make an impact through a community-based school project, seven Milford Middle School girls began Give Hope. Give Hope’s goal was to bring Jen Bricker, an acrobat, aerialist and motivational speaker born without legs, to speak to the community. That dream has since become a reality.

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Fisher, The ‘Rope Warrior,’ To Perform At Wawasee High School

SYRACUSE — Representatives from the public libraries of Milford, North Webster and Syracuse, Wawasee Community School Corp. libraries and the PTO organizations of each of the three elementary schools gathered to help promote an upcoming community event.

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Wright Has ‘Golden’ Voice At State Contest

SYRACUSE — Ethan Wright, a senior at Wawasee High School, aspires to be a music therapist. His voice was “golden” enough to earn a gold medal at the Indiana State School Music Association state contest Saturday, Feb. 18, at Perry Meridian High School in Indianapolis.

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Students Helping Students In Same District

MILFORD — Milford School students will explore the outdoors when the outdoor classroom is fully launched in the circle drive area. As part of that environment, there will be playhouses used in a small “town.”

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Orchestra Students Participate In District Contest

SYRACUSE — Several of the Wawasee Community School Corporation’s string orchestra students participated in the Indiana State School Music Association’s district solo and ensemble contest Saturday, Feb. 4, at Elkhart Central High School.

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Wright Receives Gold Placing At Contest

SYRACUSE — Ethan Wright, a senior at Wawasee High School, received a gold placing at the Indiana State School Music Association’s district solo and ensemble contest Saturday, Jan. 28, at Fairfield High School.

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Casey Uses His Past To Help Create A More Positive Future

WARSAW — Growing up as a young man and getting into trouble as the class clown, Michael Casey was always fairly uncertain about his future career path. Little did he imagine he would one day become the assistant principal and athletic director at Edgewood Middle School, Warsaw.

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