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about 4 hours ago, Director of Communications
Academic Patch Pin
CLASS OF 2023 - Access the SENIOR CALENDAR and find resources for college and scholarship applications!
4 days ago, Rhonda Graney
Class of 2023 - Stay in the loop!
PSA: Warsaw Community Schools is partnering with Super Shot to offer FluMist for students at each school location. Friday, October 28, 2022 YOU MUST PREREGISTER YOUR STUDENT TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS EVENT! Registration deadline is Wednesday, October 19, 2022 #wcsmission
4 days ago, Director of Communications
Flu Clinic
Flu Clinic
PSA: WCS is partnering with CCS to distribute their survey. Please participate to help CCS with helpful feedback to inform their four-year strategic plan. #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
6 days ago, Director of Communications
Congratulations to The Warsaw Marching Tiger Pride who kicked-off the season with a 1st place out of 4 schools in their division at Saturday’s competition at Goshen High School. They also took the awards for best visual and best general effect. Go Tigers! #wcsmission
13 days ago, Director of Communications
marching band
Wishing Everyone a Fantastic Labor Day Weekend. Reminder: School is dismissed on Monday, September 5th, 2022 #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
24 days ago, Director of Communications
Labor day weekend
WACC would like to introduce you to a new YouTube Channel: Mr. Howett and Mr. Paseka-WACCY Welders. The purpose of the channel is to highlight what is going on in the welding lab. Check out + subscribe to the channel today. INTRO VIDEO LINK: PLASMA CUTTER VIDEO LINK: Congrats Jeremiah Paseka & Nate Howett on this new adventure! #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
25 days ago, Director of Communications
Waccy Welders
PICTURE DAY AT WCHS/WACC IS POSTPONED. We'll update you all with a new date when we have one! Thank you, The Publications Staff
27 days ago, Erin Leinbach
Picture Day is Postponed.
WCHS/WACC Picture Days Wednesday August 31st and Thursday September 1st.
about 1 month ago, Erin Leinbach
WCHS/WACC Picture Days are 8/31 and 9/1
Calendar Reminder: Monday, August 22 - School will be In-Session (Late Start). The Latest WCS Calendar (7/28/2022) is available on the district website #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
about 1 month ago, Director of Communications
Calendar 2022-2023
Tools for Schools: August 3, 9am to 3 pm. Fairgrounds. Free back to school supplies. Free haircuts. Registration support. Community Partners. And so much more! Thank you Combined Community Services, volunteers, and local agencies #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
about 2 months ago, Director of Communications
tools for schools
tools for schools
tools for schools
tools for schools
Yearbook Distribution! August 2nd from 10:00am - 2:00pm August 3rd from 4:00pm - 7:00pm WCHS PAC Rotunda! ¡Distribución del anuario! 2 de agosto de 10:00 a 14:00 3 de agosto de 16:00 a 19:00 ¡Rotonda del PAC de WCHS!
about 2 months ago, Erin Leinbach
A flier for when to pick up your yearbook. 8/2 from 10-2, 8/3 from 4-7
GET ADP Today: Just $28 Per Student for a Limited Time Only! All students in Warsaw Community Schools have an assigned iPad. These are used in the classroom on a daily basis. Students in grades 5-12 are permitted to take these devices home on a nightly basis. Students in Grades K-4 are permitted to take these devices home for E-Learning days. All electronic devices have the potential to break. Warsaw Community Schools works with Secured Tech Solutions to provide families with an Accidental Damage Protection plan to pay for repairs. Please purchase Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) Accidental Damage Protection (ADP) for student-issued devices protects parents from incurring repair costs due to accidental damage and theft. Enrollment is open until August 31, 2022 for all Warsaw students, grade K-12. This protection will cover the student’s device through 8/15/2023. Coverage Includes: Drops – Resulting in cracked screens or broken internal parts; Liquid – Spills, splashes, or full immersion; Batteries – Damage to or failure; Accidental damage (not deemed to be usual wear from use); Theft, robbery, or burglary (with police report, device needs to have been stored securely). Exclusions: Chargers, Intentional Damage, Protective Cases, Headphones, Lost Devices. JUST $28 per device. JUST $28 per device. JUST $28 per device. JUST $28 per device. Click the link below to learn more and pay by credit card. • Application for ADP in English • Application for ADP in Spanish #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
2 months ago, Director of Communications
ADP $28
Does your child need a school breakfast or lunch this coming school year? If so, please complete the application at #wcsmission
2 months ago, Director of Communications
Free Reduced Meals
Does your child need to ride a school bus this coming school year? If so, please complete registration for new & returning students ASAP so the WCS Transportation Dept. can map out routes & hire drivers. #wcsmission
2 months ago, Director of Communications
Back to School
Attention Grades 9-12: Incoming & returning Warsaw Community High School Students are invited to WALK their schedules August 1st to August 10th from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm. Maps will be in the Main Office. #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
2 months ago, Director of Communications
July 8: Swim lessons cancelled today and Monday, July 11.
3 months ago, Director of Communications
pool closed
CREDIT: Times Union Article, David Slone, Staff Writer Monday, June 27, 2022 Ryan’s Place is bringing Camp Hope back to Warsaw to help children deal with their grief over the deaths of loved ones. Warsaw Community Church, 1855 S. County Farm Road, Warsaw, will be the location for Camp Hope Warsaw from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. July 12 to 14. To register, call Ryan’s Place at 574-535-1000 or email for a link to the registration. Registration deadline is tentatively set for Friday, July 1, and the camp is free. Any child in grades first through seventh grades is welcome to attend, said Cara Allebach, camp coordinator for Camp Hope Warsaw. Warsaw Community Schools is providing free transportation to and from the camp for any WCS student participating. Parents or guardians will have to provide their own transportation for a child who is not a WCS student. The WCS Food Service Department is providing all participants with free lunches. Allebach said this will be the second year for the camp. They had 45 campers in 2021. As of Monday, there are 25 children signed up for this year’s camp. Activities will be inside and outside. All participants will receive free T-shirts and backpacks. Planning for all of the activities the kids will participate recently was completed, she said. “Basically, they’re just activities to get the kids discussing their loved one that has died. Talking together about the losses that they’ve had. So we’re doing that in different sorts of ways. We have certain art projects and crafts that they’re going to make to honor the loved one that’s gone,” she said. “We have Spoonful of Imagination coming in to do an art therapy activity one day with the kids. We have some music therapists that are coming one day to do some therapy through music with the kids.” She said they will do a camp theme song and the children will get to name their loved ones. “So we’re going to create a little song together so that will be cool,” she said. The idea is to try to find different ways to get the kids to process and deal with the death and their loss and all of the feelings that they have. “I think one of the important things about having this opportunity is that kids can see that they’re not alone. There’s other kids their age that have had a mom or dad who has died. Or a grandparent. Or a friend or a sibling. They’re not the only one. I think that really makes an impact on them. That’s one of the main things that they need to experience,” Allebach said. There’s no timeframe as to when the loss had to have happened. She said if a child had someone close to them die three or four years ago, it may take a while for that death to really hit them. “We actually have some kids coming back, too. Some kids that came last summer are returning and are really excited about it,” she said. For the most part, the people facilitating the groups at Camp Hope Warsaw work for the Warsaw School System. “So a lot of them are social workers or retired teachers. Some of them work in hospice care. Some are high school graduates who want to get into the counseling field. So everybody’s got a good groundwork of experience of how to work with kids in a group and how to get those discussions going,” she said. Background checks are conducted on everyone helping out. Ryan’s Place, which has been around for over 20 years, is named after Ryan Gleim, who was a student at Manchester College (now University). He died in 1992. His parents, Rex and Nancy, were educators and decided they needed something for their other son to process his grief as there was nothing for him at that time. Ryan’s Place was started as a grassroots organization in Elkhart County and has grown from there. It is all volunteer-led. In the last 10 years, Allebach said Ryan’s Place has been easing down into Kosciusko County. For more information on Ryan’s Place, visit the website at There’s already a plan to bring the camp back to Warsaw in summer 2023. “So, we already have the funding for next summer available to us so it’s exciting to know that we’ll be doing it in 2023,” she said. United Way of Kosciusko and Whitley Counties fully funded Camp Hope Warsaw in 2021 and is supporting the camp this year and next. “Since last year, we’ve really noticed how when we did the camp in Warsaw, it was really good but we had a lot of people from outside of this area that had an interest. So, people from (North) Webster and Syracuse and North Manchester and even the Pierceton area, so they’re actually going to be hosting two Saturday camps in the fall - one in Columbia City and one up in Syracuse,” Allebach said, adding those two Saturday camps are still in the early planning stages. “But, (we’re) just noticing that need all throughout the county and then even the other counties surrounding us, and they’re really trying to figure out (how we) can we meet the need for all of these kids and families that are really, really struggling after loved ones have died.” #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
3 months ago, Director of Communications
Camp Hope
Ryan's Place
FFA NEWS: Congratulations Anthony Taylor on your selection as Treasurer for the Indiana FFA State Officer Team! #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
3 months ago, Director of Communications
Graduation Cap & Gown Donation Opportunity Warsaw Adult Education would love to have your son/daughter's cap, gown, or both if you would like to donate them for the adult commencement. Items may be dropped off at the WCHS Main Office. Thank you for your support! #wcsmission #togetherwearewarsaw
3 months ago, Director of Communications
donate cap and gown