Human Development students continue to learn about various stages of the life cycle as community members share memories and reflections of their lives by answering student generated questions.
I am proud to be a teacher at Warsaw Community High School and the Warsaw Area Career Center. I have been in education 34 years spending time both in the classroom and as a guidance counselor. Encouraging young people to reach their full potential and plan for a successful future is a passion for me.
Mr. Herendeen and Mrs. Hershberger from Warsaw Public Library, visited the Advance Child Development classes to host “Story Hour”. Our guests explained and demonstrated reading techniques when reading to young children. The students also brainstormed possible activities and themes that could accompany these stories. The students sang songs, participated in finger-play (Itsy Bitsy Spider), completed a craft and danced; all to show the many possibilities one can do to supplement reading a book. Learning and practicing these skills allows students to enrich the lives of children for generations to come.
Students from Culinary Arts work beside Introduction to Culinary Arts students to create various stir fry dishes. The Culinary Arts students were happy to share the skills learned this year and encourage the students in the Introduction class to have a “taste” of things to come as they move through the WACC Culinary Program.
Students in Adult Roles and Responsibilities are able to experience the world of work and improve their interviewing skills as adults from our community review resumes prepared by the student and conduct interviews. Thank you to our community partners for giving our students the opportunity to shine.