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This past Monday, 14 Broadcasting and Film Students from the WACC headed to Indianapolis for the 2018 Indiana Association of School Broadcasters Annual (IASB) Conference.  Special sessions included an impressive line up of Hoosier Radio/Television personalities, Professional Film Makers, the Senior VP Programming for iHeart Media, behind the scenes staff, college professors, and an IASB Alumni Panel (From IASB Award Winners to Working Professionals).  Students were able to ask lots of questions to learn more about their future careers and how to be successful.


*Pictured are: Indy's WTHR-TV 13 Meteorologist Lindsey Monroe took time to pose with future Meteorologist and current WACC-TV Student, Gavin Gunder after her presentation about The World of Television Weather.
Kylee Gudeman is a current senior here at WCHS/WACC. In addition to her current Internship with Mrs. Ross, she's taken many WACC classes, including Intro to Housing & Interior Design, Principles of Marketing, & Preparing for College & Careers.

During her free time, Kylee enjoys Bible studies, sewing, baking, photography, crafting, painting, drawing, & playing the piano & flute. She also is involved in Fellowship for Christian Athletes, National Honors Society, cross country, theater productions, and teaching children's ministry at Fellowship Baptist Church. She also runs a small specialty cake business out of her home. 

Kylee has always been a high-honor roll student, is in the top 5% of her class, and is an academic athlete. She received the most improved actress award her freshman year of One Acts and has earned several gold medals at ISSMAS competitions for piano. 

Upon graduation, Kylee plans to attend either Grace College or Taylor University to major in either counseling or social work, with a minor in Biblical studies. She hopes to work in the field of advocacy and potentially go overseas for mission work. 

Congrats, Kylee, and thanks for allowing us to feature you on the blog today. We are so proud of you!

From Mrs. Ross: Thank you, Light Rail Cafe and Chrissy Hostetler, for giving my Intern Kylee Gudeman the hands-on experience of what it takes to be an entrepreneur in the baking field (and yes! Those desserts were as delicious as they look!).
Mrs. Hopper's Video Editing students filmed their "What's in the Box?" projects today. Students learn about scripting, filming techniques, and the editing process during the course of the semester.  This class is a great class for anyone interested in film, broadcasting, or just wanting another marketable skill for today's tech-savvy workplace.



Proud of WACC Co-Op student, Brendan Perry, for working with the asset management team at Zimmer-Biomet. Keep working hard! Your future is bright!
Mrs. Heinsman’s Honors Introduction to Accounting students had the opportunity to celebrate a recent testing achievement yesterday morning, in addition to hearing from a special guest speaker.

These students were rewarded with a chai, hot chocolate, and cookies party because they worked so diligently to score almost all A’s on a huge test- no one scored below a B+!

Former WCHS/WACC Valedictorian (Class of 2015) and current finance student at Indiana University, Jake Mangas, shared an encouraging & inspiring message with the students about his experiences in school & in the business world.

Congrats to these accounting students and special thanks to Jake for stopping by to visit us!!



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