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Mrs. Lancaster's Adult Roles & Responsibilities classes had the opportunity to participate in community led interviews on Monday. We had 75 students being interviewed by 21 Community Leaders. There were teachers, Counselors, Mutual Bank, Depuy, The Sheriff's Office, The Winona Lake Fire Department, Zimmer Biomet, Tree of Life, and Grace College representatives.

This marks the 6th year Mrs. Lancaster has hosted this event and it was the best-by far!! Students dressed for success, created resumes and got REAL life experience! We love our Community Leaders and their time and abilities that they graciously give each semester to our students.


Chef Bragg's Advanced Culinary students had the opportunity to tour Krider's Meat Processing facility in Columbia City last Friday. Each student also picked out a steak of their choice and came back to the Blue Apron to prepare them. Special thanks to Krider's for hosting this tour! 


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The Warsaw FCCLA Chapter recently competed at their State Conference in Indianapolis. 10 out of the 12 students competing advanced to have the opportunity to compete at the National Level this summer in California. Congratulations to the entire team!

Check out their results below:

WARSAW - State Awards:

Career Investigation

Austine Swanson: Gold Alternate 

 

Chapter Project Service Display 

Kate Manuel: Silver Alternate

 

Kendra Lancaster & Megan McKenzie:  Gold and Nationals

 

Chapter in Review

Sarah Kaser & Maria Alonzo: Bronze 

 

Fashion Construction 

Ana Tlahuetl: Gold Nationals 

 

Focus on Children

Laysa Nocelotl, Mercedes Bustamante, & Jovana Juarez: Gold Nationals 

 

National Programs in Action

Olivia Renier: Silver Nationals 

(Pictured above are: Front Row- Olivia Renier, Ana Tlahuetl, Jovana Juarez, Laysa Nocelotl, Mercedes Bustamante, Katie Manuel, Kendra Lancaster, & Megan McKenzie. Back Row: Miss Bassett- Advisor, Maria Alonzo, Sarah Kaser, Austine Swanson, Chloe Tomlinson, & Mrs. Lancaster.)




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Under the direction of Chef Mark Bragg, our Culinary students celebrated Fat Tuesday this past week with many traditional New Orlean's style cuisines, including Shrimp & Grits, Gumbo, & Bananas Foster Bread Pudding. They demonstrated tableside plating in the dining room to accommodate for this week's block scheduling due to ISTEP testing. These students are doing an awesome job working so hard to learn new recipes and serve up gourmet dishes!



Last week they also had the opportunity to practice with and prepare many different vegetarian dishes, which has been a request from our staff recently. The WACC office had the opportunity to sample these entrees, which included a portabella mushroom burger with creamed spinach & parmesan cheese, eggplant involtini with ricotta cheese, grilled veggie skewers with couscous, and a honey-glazed carrot dish with rice. Great job to our 1st-year culinary students! 


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Mrs. Lancaster's Interpersonal Relationships classes took part in an obstacle course recently. Each student group was faced with doing each task together- but one member had a disability like being blindfolded or not being able to speak. This activity helped them setting goals based on possible disabilities that can hinder outcomes. 


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