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For the next few weeks, we will be highlighting our students who are considered non-traditional. A 'non-traditionalCTE student is considered one who is pursuing a career or technical education program related to an occupation which employs less than 25% of their gender.


Kaitlyn Miotto, a senior student here at Warsaw Community High School & the Warsaw Area Career Center, is currently in Landscape Management with Mrs. Kincaid. Previously, she's also taken Introduction to Ag and Plant & Soil Science. Kaitlyn says that she loves plants and animals, which is why she decided to take these classes. Outside of school, Kaitlyn enjoys playing Rugby. Upon graduation, Kaitlyn plans to attend college but is undecided as of yet. Thanks, Kaitlyn, for allowing us to feature you on the blog today. 
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For the next few weeks, we will be highlighting our students who are considered non-traditional. A 'non-traditionalCTE student is considered one who is pursuing a career or technical education program related to an occupation which employs less than 25% of their gender.

Reallity Lawson is a junior here at Warsaw Community High School & the Warsaw Area Career Center and is in our Building Trades Program. In addition, she has also taken Project Lead the Way: Honors Engineering, Introduction to Engineering Design, Design Processes, & Introduction to Construction here in the WACC. Reallity says that she's taken these classes because they will help her in her future career as an architectural engineer. Her extra-curricular activities include Track & Dance. Upon graduation next year, Reallity would like to go to college & major in Architecture and Engineering. 
For the next few weeks, we will be highlighting our students who are considered non-traditional. A 'non-traditionalCTE student is considered one who is pursuing a career or technical education program related to an occupation which employs less than 25% of their gender.

Danielle Ousley, senior here at WCHS/WACC, is in our Precision Machine Technology Program. In addition the PMT, Danielle has taken Manufacturing, Personal Financial Responsibility, Preparing for College & Careers, Child Development, Advanced Child Development, Nutrition & Wellness, Interpersonal Relationships, and Adult Roles & Responsibilities here in the Career Center. Danielle is also involved in many extra-curricular activities including Choir, Theatre, Softball, the food pantry at her church, and has a part-time job at Burger King. She's proud to have had perfect attendance in the past and to have been awarded the Diversity Scholarship from Grace College. Upon graduation, Danielle plans to attend Grace in the fall and major in general studies. Congrats, Danielle, and thanks for allowing us to highlight you on our website today.
For the next few weeks, we will be highlighting our students who are considered non-traditional. A 'non-traditionalCTE student is considered one who is pursuing a career or technical education program related to an occupation which employs less than 25% of their gender.


Taryn Whetstone is a junior here at Warsaw Community High School & the Warsaw Area Career Center. She is currently taking Landscape Management & Honors Advanced Life Science Animals but has also taken into to Agriculture, Animal Science, Food Science, Plant & Soil Science, & Natural Resource Management here in the WACC. Taryn says she loves learning more about agriculture and gaining hands-on experience in the classrooms & labs, which is why she chooses to take these classes. Outside of school, Taryn is actively involved in FFA, softball, 4-H, & Track. Taryn has earned the Top Leader Award & Outstanding Sophomore Award in FFA. After high school, Taryn plans to attend Purdue University to major in Agriculture. Thanks, Taryn for allowing us to feature you on the website today!
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For the next few weeks, we will be highlighting our students who are considered non-traditional. A 'non-traditionalCTE student is considered one who is pursuing a career or technical education program related to an occupation which employs less than 25% of their gender.


Abbi Curtis is a senior here at Warsaw Community High School/Warsaw Area Career Center & will be graduating with three WACC Career Academies, including Animal Science, Natural Resource Management, & Horticulture/Plant Science. She is currently taking Agribusiness Management but has also taken Natural Resource Management, Animal Science, Horticulture, Plant & Soil Science, & Advanced Life Science: Animals here in the Career Center. Abbi says that she knew she wanted to pursue a degree in Agriculture so not only did all of these classes interest her, but she also had heard great things about our Ag program. When she is not at school, Abbi is involved in track, 4-H, and FFA. She's achieved much in these activities including; 4-H: Grand Champion, Champion, Reserve Champion, & the Ambition Award, Track: Rookie of the Year & Fastest Sprinter, FFA: Highest Fruit Seller, Top Crops Judge, Greenhand & Chapter Degrees. Upon graduation, Abbi plans to attend Ivy Tech Community College to get an Associates Degree in Agribusiness and then finish her Bachelors at Purdue University. Congrats Abbi on all of your accomplishments! We 







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