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    Course Instructor: Mark Bragg

    The Blue Apron is a student-run full-service restaurant, opened Tuesday thru Thursday 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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Hi, I am Emily! I just graduated from Ball State University with a Bachelors Degree in FCS Education. This is my first year teaching however, I student taught with Warsaw in the spring, and I am also a WCHS grad.

I am a born and raised Warsaw native. I love the community, so I was always the kid that NEVER wanted to leave home. 
I am a huge family person. My family has been and will always be my rock. I have an older brother and an older sister. That makes me the baby of the family, which I love because I learned a lot from my siblings throughout my lifetime. My brother and his wife have one daughter (my niece) and we just celebrated her 1st birthday this month. 

Something exciting to add is that I am getting married in November. My fiance is my best friend and I'm ready to start this next chapter of life with him. I will no longer be Ms. Stouder but instead Mrs. Campbell! Together we have two Goldendoodle puppies, Parker and Murphy. I am obsessed with them and they've kept me very busy this summer. They are high energy, lovable, and easy going. I hope to get them registered (and trained) as service animals so I can share their fun loving spirit with the world (or at least my students).

As crazy as it sounds, my favorite hobby is running. I ran in both high school and in college. I love the feeling of accomplishment when I have finished a run, and I love being able to EAT, EAT, EAT. Recently, I have taken interest in trail running. I also love being out on the lake. And of course, I love spending any moment I have with family. 
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Hello! My name is Julia Kincaid and I am excited to be joining the Warsaw Area Career Center team as an Agriculture instructor.

I grew up in Oklahoma, California, and Missouri but consider Cape Girardeau, Missouri my "hometown."  I have been with the love of my life for 26 years and we have three amazing children and one granddaughter.  

I attended the University of Missouri-Columbia and received my B.S. in Environmental Design, with an emphasis in Residential Design in 1994. I worked as an architectural designer for 6 years before moving to Warsaw and becoming a stay-at-home mom.  Now that my children are older, I am excited to be re-entering the workforce as a teacher of Landscape Management as well as Food Science. 

Over the past seven years, I have created and maintained The Garden of Feedin'. It is a community garden dedicated to teaching people where food comes from and feeding those in need. We use only heirloom seeds to facilitate seed-saving and keep it as organic as possible. 

I have a very spoiled French Angora bunny, named Buttercup, whose fur I spin into yarn to knit into fun creations. 

I am excited about sharing my passion for food and love of nature with my students in hopes of kindling the same passion in my students. 
I am excited to be a member of the WACC team for my first year of teaching and I cannot wait to see where this year goes!

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On Friday, August 4th, nearly 300 people turned out to watch the red carpet movie premiere of John the Lion. Those in attendance were treated to an evening of laughs and some unexpected tears as the plot unfolded. In the movie, Chris Williams is a high school student struggling to relate in his history class. He is given an assignment to write out the life story of someone in his hometown who is over 70 years old. Chris just wants to make it through the assignment, but what he discovers is more than he could have ever imagined...
The movie’s director, recent WCHS graduate, Beau Eckel, enjoyed witnessing the emotions of the crowd first hand after working on the film for the past year as part of an independent study class. Following the showing, those in attendance waited in a long line to obtain the signatures of the cast and director. Comments such as “This hit home,” “I can’t believe a high school student made this,” and “Where can I get a copy of this to share with others” were heard.


You can view John the Lion in its entirety at https://youtu.be/N0TaIP0k7Ps
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Warsaw IN — A 30 second PSA entitled “Every Day” by Caleb Childers, a Warsaw Area Career student in Angela Hopper’s television production class, has been named one of ten finalists in The Greatest Save 2017 Teen PSA Contest. Caleb’s public service announcement will become part of a national teen safety resource.

This spring high school students from Major League Baseball towns and other cities around the country were invited to take part in The Greatest Save Teen PSA National Program with winners from the various MLB regions named in the first round of judging. The ten Finalists were the winning entries from high schools in Long Island, New York City, Houston, Dallas, Chicago, Tampa, Miami, Huntsville AL and Warsaw IN. Judging is done by a panel that includes experts from law enforcement, film, and juvenile justice as well as teens attending MLB All Star FanFest.

The winning videos can be seen at www.TeenPSA.org. A link to Caleb's video can be found here: http://teenpsa.org/2017/06/06/2017-national-semi-finalist-6-every-day/

“We applaud WACC for taking part in this program and thereby encouraging their students to be part of the solution to end teen victimization,” said Douglas Sebastian, Founder of KinderVision Foundation. “Caleb’s excellent safety message will be used in schools all across the country to raise awareness and keep teen’s safe.” For more information and safety resources, visit www.KinderVision.org.


The Greatest Save Teen PSA Program is a project of the KinderVision Foundation and was developed at the request of law enforcement because of the following statistics:
  • The age group most at-risk for sexual predators is 14-17
  • 1 in 4 girls will be a victim of sexual abuse by her 18th birthday
  • 1 in 10 boys will become a victim of sexual abuse by his 18th birthday
Rollie Fingers, member of the baseball Hall of Fame and National Spokesperson for the organization, added, “We focus on prevention because we believe that when it comes to kids, The Greatest Save is the one we never have to make.”

The Greatest Save Teen PSA Program is a peer to peer crime prevention program of the KinderVision Foundation, a recognized 501c3 charity of Major League Baseball since 1992. The program is currently running in 26 Major League Baseball cities and is endorsed by law enforcement nationwide. KinderVision’s mission is to empower children and teens through education to prevent victimization, with a focus on exploitation, abduction and human trafficking.
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Tsige Berelsman, 2017 WCHS Graduate & Inspire College of Cosmetology School student, had the opportunity to cut the hair of WCHS employee & WACC mom, Margie Remocaldo, last week- which she chose to donate to a local charity that makes wigs for patients with hair loss. Thanks Tsige & Margie for continuing to live out the WCS mission statement by enriching the lives of others!



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