General Information (10)
Below are some explanations of the procedures we are requesting parents and students to follow to assist us with the safety and convenience of everyone coming to the high school.
The drop-off/pick-up area by the WACC entrance is no longer available to anyone.
A Lot: Co-Op student parking only. These students will have a specific parking tag that is assigned by the WACC office. The North A Lot (by soccer field) is open for all student drivers. The four traffic islands separates these two parking lots.
B Lot: Staff parking only with a purple pass. Parent Drop-off/Pick-up when approaching from Logan and Union streets. See Map - green/teal arrow path
C Lot: Staff parking only. Parent drop-off/pick-up approach from HWY 15. See Map - orange arrow path
D Lot: Student and event parking. Due to high traffic, this is not a designated pick-up/drop-off area.
There are two designated areas for parents to drop-off/pick-up their students. We will need for parents to choose from one of two approaches to the school so to limit traffic congestion.
Approaching from either Logan or Union streets (by Edgewood MS) follow the the green/teal arrow path towards the building. It is necessary to follow this path so to keep the flow of traffic constant and avoiding congestion as much as possible. The students will enter/exit the building through Door #1 when dropped off or picked up here.
When approaching from HWY 15, turn left (no right turn) towards the southern part of the building. Follow the orange path arrow towards C Lot. The students will enter/exit the building through Doors #47-50 (PAC) when dropped off or picked up here.
The horseshoe parking area on the southern part of the building is restricted to buses only during school arrival and departure times. The parking area behind the Tiger Den/weight room is restricted to staff parking and buses only. This is not a pick-up/drop-off area for students.
D Lot is for student parking with a WCHS parking tag. Students parking in D Lot can enter the building through Doors #44 & 45. Due to the amount of traffic involved in this lot, this lot is not a designated pick-up/drop-off area.
The road from here will be blocked off to prevent traffic from crossing through to D Lot during arrival and dismissal times. This is to keep vehicles from mixing into the bus traffic behind the building.
Parent/Student Drop Off - Pick Up map
Academic Superbowl Teams - TBD
American Sign Language (ASL) Thursdays G155B, Tiger Central
Art Club - Mr. Morrow 3:00-4 Room B115: Designed for the creative person! Most projects are short experiences that you can take home with you such as soap carving, paper flowers, and seed bead bracelets. We also take part in community projects like first Fridays, barrel contest, window-painting... Each year we also take a trip to experience arts and cultures outside of Warsaw.
Band and Orchestra - Mr. Ziegler
BPA – Waldeck/Schramm Tiger Central/Y274
Cheer Block - Mr. Binkerd
Chinese Club - Dr. Tseng R136 Once A Month
Choir - Mrs. Petrie
Creative Writing Club – Miss Tester R141 Twice A Month: A community of writers that collaborate in order to improve and understand creative writing. The group will seek to share, write, and publish their works of writing.
Dream Council - Ms. Leinbach Mondays @ 3 in Media Center
Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award - Ms. Beck Read and rate one or all of the nominated books. Help decide who will be this year’s state winner.
English Academic Bowl – Leigh Van Horn
FCCLA - Ms.Bassett/Mrs. Lancaster 2nd & 4th Wednesdays 3 - 4 pm Y178
FFA - Mr. Riley 6-7:30 Y187
French Club - - Mr. Monroe - Once a month
German Club - Ms. Hoover - once a month - Thursday R 143 3 - 4 pm
Intramurals - Mr. Fras
JROTC – MAJ Josellis / CSM Mitchell - After school every day until 4pm for all enrolled Cadets
Key Club - Mrs. Burley
Latino Club - Noemi Ponce
Math Club - Mr. Wiebe - 2nd and 4th Mondays each month. Room B211: Providing enrichment opportunities for students who enjoy math and love a challenge! In addition to meeting twice a month, students will be encouraged to attend Mathletes and to compete in other math contests.
Mathletes - Mr. Wiebe/Mrs. McCollom
Newspaper - Ms. Leinbach
NHS – Mr. and Mrs. Bailey once a month Mondays AM Tiger Central
Octagon Club: a sub-group of the morning Optimist Club. Our mission is to help youth in our community through service projects.
Red Cross Club: Working with the local Red Cross Chapter, students will be given the opportunity to address community needs while delivering lifesaving services. Mr. T Bauer Wednesdays @3 in B204
Robotics - Mr. Zakaria Mondays 3:00 Y186
Rugby - Girls: Trevor Cracknell
Rubgy - Boys: Mark Caruso Tuesdays and Thursdays firstname.lastname@example.org
SADD - TBD
Science Academic Bowl - Mr. Fishell
Spanish Club - Mr. Martinez
Social Studies Academic Bowl – Mrs. Hopper
Student Council – Mrs. Shipley every Tues. alternating am/pm
Thespian Troupe - Ms. McAfee 3rd Thursday of the month 3:00 Black Box Theatre PAC
Ultimate Frisbee Club - Mondays 3-4:30 pm
Winterguard/Colorguard - TBD
Yearbook - Ms. Leinbach
5 in 5 @7:25 - Ms. Beck Meet on first Monday of the month at 7:25 am
Archery Club - Mr. Schaefer
FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) Mr. Richards R252 - 7am Tuesdays
Guitar Club- Mr. Grieg
Hip Hop Dance Club - Mrs. Wallen Tuesdays 3-4:in the dance room
SFL (Students for life) - Mrs. Love B200 3-:330pm 1st and 3rd Wednesday
SGA- Ms. Dinse Every Wednesday 3 - 4 pm Y185
Tiger Bowling Club- (Boys) Coach Glenn Yoder
Tiger Bowling Club- (Girls) Coach Glenn Yoder
Youth Alive - Mrs. Warner
3:10-4:10 Mondays in G222
Young Conservatives Club - Mrs. Ross Follow us! @wchs_conserv
Late Work-we negotiate with each student independently based on the situation. We have to accept late work because of the nature of art projects. We are willing to extend a deadline if adequate progress is being made, but reserve the right to give partial grades where effort is low.
Extra Credit- we offer very few opportunities, and all of them involve volunteering, or extra- curricular activities.
Redo work - We are always willing to accept a redo of work, if the student takes initiative to improve their work
PowerSchool entry- we put “0” grades and M until the work is finished.
Number of assignments-It will vary depending on the level of the class, but in general at least an average of one grade per week. Some advanced classes have fewer grades, but more one-on-one critique for feedback. These advanced classes also have larger projects and thus fewer grades.
year at the 2019 Scholastic Art Awards Competition.
In another successful year, Warsaw Art students received 26 awards in the individual
entry categories and 3 more awards in the Senior Portfolio category. The Gold Key
winners go on for the next round of judging at the national level in New York! The
recognition for individual student artists is a great honor and having artwork on display at
a well-known gallery is very prestigious.
The individual students receiving Gold Key Awards were Makenna Gaerte, Leslie
Hernandez, Jose Leyva, Matthew Lowman, Austin Bowell, and Michael Rowland. The
Silver Key winners were Emma Marshall, Jackson Moeller, Hannah Schultz, Abby
Wolkins, Austin Bowell, Kaitlin Kauffman, and Dezeray Miller. Also recognized with
Honorable Mention Awards and included in the exhibit were Morgan Hooks, Matthew
Lowman, Michael Rowland, Zeb Hernandez, Caitlin Kehler, Ian Peloza, Erin Peugh,
Abigail Seese, Jocelyn Shepherd, Ana Tlahuetl, and Austin Bowell with two.
In addition to the individual entries, the seniors in AP Studio Art also submitted
their complete portfolios for judging. The portfolio is a chance for senior students to pull
together their finest pieces and package them into a well-organized and thoughtful
presentation of their body of work. These are considered for scholarship applications,
entrance into fine art programs, and become half of their AP portfolio for college credit.
We are very proud to announce Zaya Henn as our Gold Key Portfolio winner, and also
congratulations to Austin Bowell and Zeb Hernandez who achieved Silver Key awards
for their portfolios. We are very proud of all of them for representing Warsaw so well in
The above students will receive special recognition at the awards presentation at
the University of Saint Francis on February 17th, and the students’ works will be on
display at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art until April 8 th . Congratulations WCHS Art
7:40 a.m - 2:51 p.m. (M,T, W & F) 8:30 a.m. - 2:51 p.m. (THURSDAY)
Please help us by getting your student to school/class on time.
- If your child is absent please call the attendance line at 574-371-5082 to report their absence. Please leave a message if no answer. We check the machine regularly.
- Need to leave for an appointment? Please call 574-371-5082 at least 1/2 hour before your student needs to leave. This gives us enough time to find them.
- Doctor Notes: Please turn them into the attendance office so we can clear your student's attendance.
- Reminder- each student is allowed to miss 7 excused days per semester.
If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact one of the people listed below.
Bart Curtis email@example.com
Dayna Kolanowski firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Glenn email@example.com
Ellen Shoemaker firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria Vega email@example.com (Spanish Interpreter)