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Hunter Haines, Brayden Sammons, Hayden Steger are former Warsaw Area Career Center students and recently visited Mrs. Heinsman's Accounting classes to talk about their journey into starting their new adventure: Campus Craves, a unique ice cream & late night foods shop in Bloomington, IN. They talked about their initial dream, the obstacles they overcame along the way, and what's to come for them soon. We appreciate the time they spent sharing their story with our students & wish them the best of luck in the future!! 

Check out their story below, directly from the thecampuscraves.com! Be sure to check out their awesome place the next time you visit Bloomington! 

The Campus Crave journey began just over a year and a half ago. A friend contacted another friend about a possible scratch to their entrepreneurial itch which would satisfy their ever-longing enterprising spirits, all before they even graduated high school. Both coming from families with long ties to entrepreneurial endeavors in a multitude of industries, the friend was intrigued by the idea and a chance to live out his dreams of becoming a young business owner. After an initial meeting, the idea became a feverish quest for research to perfect the vision: Campus Craves.

Simply put, Campus Craves is a fast-casual dining experience, like no other specializing in custom-creation trendy desserts and sandwiches. The main component of our business is our super premium ice cream, followed by edible cookie dough, gourmet sandwiches, air-fried offerings, and lastly classic beverages. We claim to be a fast-casual dining experience due to the layout and organization of our potential stores: Customers order their custom creations and select from our available options as they move through our ordering line.

Co-founders Brayden Sammons and Hunter Haines invite potential customers from all walks of life, to come and satisfy their crave in our fun, college-esque, and one-of-a-kind store where you can $ave Dat Money.



Adopt-A-Family: 

Don't forget to turn in your gifts for Adopt-A-Family for our Annual Christmas Community Service Project by next Friday, December 7th with the tag. Haven't picked up a tag yet?! There are still some left on both trees in the Ag rooms. Help a family in need this Christmas by picking up your ornament today! 

December Meeting:

You won't want to miss out on the December FFA meeting on Wednesday, December 12th from 6-7:30pm with a carry-in dinner at 5:30pm in Y187. 
Be sure to wear your best ugly sweater & bring a white elephant gift with a maximum $5 value. The FFA Chapter will provide the ham and is asking 7th-8th graders to bring salads & pastas, 9th-10th graders to bring desserts, & 11th-12th graders to bring side dishes. 

Also- Don't forget about our CHRISTMAS MOVIE NIGHT on Friday, December 14th from 6:30-9pm in the Ag rooms. We will be watching ELF and having popcorn, hot chocolate, and Christmas cookies! Don't forget to bring a blanket, comfy chair, and wear your PJ's! 



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Attention fellow friends, family members, teachers, & supporters of the Warsaw FFA Chapter: 

Please don't forget to save the date for our 15th Annual Community Appreciation Supper & Workers Auction which will be held this coming Monday, November 19th from 5:30-7pm in the WCHS Cafeteria. Help make this year a great one by supporting your local FFA Chapter. Please mark your calendars, bring your appetites, & come to have fun with us on 11/19. Contributions are greatly appreciated. For more information or questions please contact Mr. Riley at jriley@warsawschools.org. Thanks for your support!

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Next Thursday from 6-8pm, Ivy Tech is hosting a College 101 event at the Ivy Tech Warsaw campus. This event is for any and all high school students that may have questions about college, whether they are interested in Ivy Tech or not. Students will be able to learn more about:

·Transferring their dual credit
·High demand, high wage career fields
·21st Century Scholar requirements
·Financial Aid and FAFSA
·4-year transfer partners
·College Admission
·Opportunity to take the IN Career Interest Inventory

This event is designed to be personalized for each student’s needs and they are excited to welcome all students to their campus. Please see the attached flier.


College-101-Night_11-15-18.pdf
The Warsaw Education Foundation (WEF) is offering the Honor an Educator program for students, parents, community members and staff to recognize a favorite teacher, principal, bus driver, school nurse, cafeteria worker, or any staff member of Warsaw Community Schools for the Holiday Season.  Honor an Educator awards will be delivered the week of December 17th - right before Christmas Break.

The WEF is requesting all completed forms, which are attached below, to be postmarked or delivered to the school office by Monday, December 3, 2018. 

HONOR-AN-EDUCATOR-FLYER_December-2018.pdf HONOR-AN-EDUCATOR-FLYER_Diciembre-2018_Spanish.pdf

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