The Warsaw FFA Chapter Senior Parliamentary Procedure team competed at the State Chapter Meeting Contest on Saturday, February 9th & placed 4th overall. They will have the opportunity to be recognized for their accomplishments at the Indiana FFA State Convention at Purdue University in June.

Pictured above, from left to right, are: Jacob Baker, Anthony Taylor, Hailey Locke, Ayden Ault, Valerie Messmore, Bailey Hanes, Abby Doberstein, Lauryn Rhodes, & Reagan Rowland. We are so proud of this huge achievement!! 

in FFA 574
Last week, Mr. Ksiezopolski taught his EMT students how to properly take manual blood pressures. These students have been hard at work practicing many new skills recently so that they can be ready to take their State Test to become licensed EMT's in the spring! 

We recently welcomed a new instructor to our program, as well: Ms. Alicia Elder joined the WACC family in January and will help teach the EMT students, along with Mr. Ksiezopolski. We are happy to have her on our team!

Interested in this program? Check out the description & requirements below: 


Emergency Medical Services prepares students for a state certification which may lead to a career in Emergency Medical Services. Examples of those careers include Emergency Medical Technician and Paramedic. This course is designed for persons desiring to perform emergency medical care. Theories, techniques, and operational aspects of pre-hospital emergency care, within the scope and responsibility of the basic emergency medical technician are covered in this course. Students will learn to recognize the seriousness of the patient’s condition, use the appropriate emergency care techniques and equipment to stabilize the patient, and safely transport them to the hospital. The handling of victims of hazardous materials accidents is also addressed in this course. Opportunities for laboratory practice and clinical observation in a hospital emergency room and ambulance are also included to provide occasions for students to further develop clinical skills and the appropriate ethical behavior. Leadership skills are developed and community service opportunities are provided through participation in HOSA. Students are required to have specific shots which can be obtained from the family doctor or the county health clinic. Once completed and reaching the age of 18, the student can take the state test and if successful, become a licensed EMT.

 Grade Level: 12
 Recommended Prerequisites: None
 Credits: 1 semester course, 2 periods, 2 credits per semester
 Counts as a Directed Elective or Elective for all diplomas
 Acceptance to program required. (Acceptance method varies from program to program.)
 Students may earn college credit if they complete the Ivy Tech application and earn a C- or higher.
in EMT 742
Congratulations to Warsaw Area Career Center student, Jeffrey Naundorf-Miller, as he just earned his certification in PC Pro and received the highest-ever score out of Ms. Haan's 90 students who have taken it so far!  He is also in the top 20% nationally! We are so proud of his hard work & this awesome acheivement!



The Warsaw FFA Chapter Novice & Senior Chapter Meeting CDE Teams competed at the Section 1 Contest on Monday evening at Triton High School. 

Congratulations to the Senior Team as they placed 2nd overall & will have the opportunity to compete at the Indiana FFA State Chapter Meeting Contest on Saturday, February 9th. 

Pictured (above) in the Senior Team are, from left to right: Reagan Rowland, Jacob Baker, Abby Doberstein, Bailey Hanes, Hailey Locke, Valerie Messmore, Lauryn Rhodes, Ayden Ault, & Anthony Taylor. 

Congratulations to the Novice Team as they placed 6th overall. This team, comprised of middle school students, worked so hard to overcome many last minute obstacles before the competition as it was rescheduled 3 times due to weather. 

Pictured from left to right are: Makaleigh Lane, Brea Thompson, Blake Schnackenberg, Reese Rowland, Thomas Boggs, & Alyssa Swanson. 

in FFA 288
Radio and TV I is perfect for students interested in video editing, filming, news writing, and/or who desire to improve their ability to communicate successfully with others through audio and visual messages. During this introductory broadcasting course, students will learn how to properly use and care for ENG and studio equipment as well as some of the critical vocabulary used in professional radio and television. Students will learn the basics of editing with Adobe Audition and Premiere Pro. Through studying the basics of ENG camera operations, students will be able to film their own short videos to use as they learn to edit. They will also have several hands-on experiences including writing and recording public service announcements (for radio on WIOE/WLQZ) and a news story (T.V.). In addition, students will learn the basics of television studio operations while briefly rotating through various roles and responsibilities in the WACC TV studio and control room. Students who take this course and finish with a “C-” or higher are eligible to apply for acceptance into Television Production II which creates the school’s news and is a 4-hour dual credit course in cooperation with Huntington University.  They are also eligible to enroll in Radio II a 2-hour dual credit course also in cooperation with Huntington University. Check out the short promo video below!

RTV1 Promo Video

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