Ivy Tech Community College of Warsaw has invited our students to explore the options they have to offer at their "GO IVY Day," May 16th from 9am-12pm. Learn about their programs, meet the staff, explore the campus, and get details on financial aid. Contact Kathy Kurosky at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to RSVP.
Yesterday WCHS & WACC Juniors and Seniors went live with Ivy Tech Community College- Warsaw during their enrichment period! Ivy Tech staff, professors, and current students shared a great amount of information about the classes, programs, and other opportunities they have to offer- right here in Warsaw! Be sure to not only check out their Facebook Page: Ivy Tech Community College - Warsaw as well as the additional links and the replay of the live video provided below.
Students from Tippecanoe Valley Middle School had the opportunity to tour the Warsaw Area Career Center yesterday afternoon. Our Assistant Director, Jill Jackson, gave them a glimpse into each of the programs offered here starting with the Welding & Precision Machining program at Lakeview Middle School and ending with a visit to the Blue Apron Restaurant. Students were also able to visit the Agriculture Department to plant seeds and taste a yummy treat from our culinary arts students. Special thanks not only to our specials guests, but also to Mrs. Jackson for planning & giving this tour and to our teachers who opened up their classrooms to our visitors.
Gabriella Grayson, WCHS Junior, has taken several Family & Consumer Sciences classes including Nutrition & Wellness, Preparing for College & Careers, Interpersonal Relationships, Human Development & Wellness, and Leadership Development. In her spare time, Gabby runs track, serves as the FCCLA Co-President, and works at Millers Merry Manor in activities. She is proud to have been named an Optimist Club Student of the Week twice so far during her high school career. Next year, Gabby plans to take the Certified Nursing Assistant class here in the WACC through Ivy Tech Community College. Upon her WCHS graduation, Gabriella plans to attend college to obtain a degree in Nursing. She would like to work as a trauma and flight nurse. Gabby also has a dream of opening a smoothie shop someday with her mom.
Ashley Salyer, WCHS Junior, has taken many Family & Consumer Science Classes including Interpersonal Relationships, Child Development, Human Development & Wellness, and Leadership & Development in FACS. During her free time, she not only enjoys dancing at Deb Colliers School of Dance but also serving as the Co-President in FCCLA . Ashley was recently nominated by her teachers to be Student of the Week and honored at the Optimist Club breakfast. Ashley plans to become a middle school history teacher upon graduation and is considering attending either Ball State, Bethel, or Taylor University.