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Mrs. Carmichael's Fashion and Textile students are finishing their first project--a pillowcase. The complimentary colors of the fabrics the students chose were lovely. Most of these students have never used a sewing machine before this semester. From the "magic" of creating the cuff to the final press, students are learning valuable life lessons and having a great time while learning!
Congratulations to our Warsaw FFA members who competed in the Area X Livestock Skillathon competition on Tuesday, September 11th.
The senior team placed 5th & the junior team placed 4th. A special congratulations goes out to Jacob Baker for placing 1st individually in the Senior Division.
(Pictured above are: Ayden Ault, Jacob Baker, Thomas Boggs, Blake Schnackenberg, Makaleigh Lane, & Haley Archer)
Students in Mrs. Lancaster's Adult Roles & Responsibilities classes were able to participate in a Mock Graduation Ceremony last week. Mrs. Lancaster gave each of them a certificate and then gave a speech to help motivate & encourage them to follow their dreams, achieve their goals, and to never give up. The students celebrated with cake & punch after the ceremony.
Jacie Nier is a junior here at WCHS/WACC and is in our Building Trades program. She has also taken Advanced Fashion & Textiles, Child Development, Intro to Construction, Nutrition & Wellness, Intro to Fashion & Textiles, & Preparing for College & Careers in the WACC. Jacie says that she decided to take Building Trades because she loves to learn, build things, and enjoys hands-on learning the most. Outside of school, Jacie also plays soccer and has her own craft business. After graduating high school, Jacie plans to either attend college or start her own construction business.
Special thanks to Alicia Elder, EMT & Paramedic with Lutheran EMS, for coming into Ms. Renbarger's & Mrs. Carmichael's Child Development classes yesterday & today to not only teach them the importance of CPR but to also help them earn their certifications to be qualified to administer it when needed.