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  • Blue Apron

    Course Instructor: Mark Bragg

    The Blue Apron is a student-run full-service restaurant, open Tuesday & Wednesday from 11:00 – 1:00 pm.

    In the French cuisine, the color of an apron worn by the staff denotes the level of mastery. 
    The Blue Apron is known for “student in training.” Our students are receiving both high school and college credit while enrolled in the program. 

    Email reservations, pre-orders or carry-out toThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and our eager students will be excited to have the opportunity to practice and perfect their trade by serving you.

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Nine Whitko High School students took an American Welding Society, Welder Certification Test April 27th at the Steel Dynamics Keith E. Busse Technology Center of Ivy Tech Community College in Fort Wayne. Passing students earned a worldwide recognized certification in the Gas Metal Arc Welding process. The test consisted of an American Welding Society D-9 Work Procedure Sheet. Each student prepared and produced the required test specimen. The test was overseen and inspected by AWS Certified Welding Inspector Tim Sorg.

Students achieving this status were: Trea Arnold, Hunter Myers, Dillon Hamilton, Levi Coy, Kimberly Hoover, Michael Connor, Alex Rouse, and Jose Cordero.
The Warsaw Building Trades program hosted their open house Wednesday evening. This is the 36th year for the Building Trades Program.  Twenty-two students, under the direction of their instructor, Eric Taylor, worked on the home owned by Chris and Reily Frankum.   The students were involved in framing, roofing, siding, window and door installation, insulating, drywalling, painting, trimming and concrete work.

The home is a one-story ranch style house with approximately 2,800 finished square feet. The home is equipped with a high-efficiency gas furnace and central air.

The students that worked on the home are Jonathan Aca, Jose Alvarez, Noah Boren, Christian Carnegie, Cole Davis, Zachary Dutton, William Dye, Austin Fisher, Bryan Gonzalez, Zachary Howard, Ian Jones, Reality Lawson, Trevor Lomperski, Jesus Lopez, Mauricio Medellin, Carlos Medoza, Tristan Mobley, Christian Moyotl, Armando Munguia, Hunter Scott and Jared Teeple.

Congrats students on a job well done! 


Megan is a student at Whitko High School and is in the Engineering program with the Warsaw Area Career Center. Megan says a teacher recommended that she look into taking these classes as she would benefit from them in the future and they sounded fun. When she's not busy at school, Megan can be found at FCCLA events or playing soccer. She's proud to have outstanding attendance and to have been awarded the DAR award. Upon graduation, Megan plans to attend college to become a special education teacher. 

Congrats Megan & thanks for allowing us to feature you on the blog today!
Madison O'Connell is a senior student at Tippecanoe Valley High School. She is currently in Mr. Zakaria's Robotics Design & Innovation class here at the Warsaw Area Career Center. She has previously taken Project Lead the Way: Introduction to Engineering & Design and Project Lead the Way: Principles of Engineering. Madison says that these classes started as "filler" class her sophomore year but ended up truly loving the field and decided to continue taking this pathway to pursue a career with it & challenge herself. 

When she's not busy at school, Madison is involved in Kosciusko County 4-H, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Junior Leaders, Student Council, Kosciusko Cares Coalition, & is the TVHS swim team manager. Madison is proud to be a Kosciusko Youth Leadership Academy Graduate, an Academic Athlete, & to be receiving the Technical Honors Diploma. Upon graduation, Madison will be going to Purdue University to major in Industrial Engineering Technology. 

Congratulations, Madison, & thanks for allowing us to feature you on the website today!
Jordan Moore is a senior here at Warsaw Area Career Center & Warsaw Community High School and is currently in our Welding Technology program with Mr. Morr. Previously she's taken Child Development, Adult Roles & Responsibilities, Advanced Child Development, Preparing for College & Careers, & Intro to Agriculture. Jordan says she was excited to have the opportunity to take this class and learn something the new, with the hopes of making a career out of it. When she isn't busy at school, Jordan can be found working part-time at Taco Bell in Warsaw. Upon graduation, Jordan plans to work with children or pursue a career in welding. 

Congrats, Jordan, & thanks for allowing us to feature you on the blog today. Best of luck in all your future endeavors! 

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