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Mrs. Hopper's Broadcasting students visited their dual credit partner, Huntington University. Students enjoyed a day filled with hands-on activities, learning about HU's Digital Media Arts Program (Broadcasting, Film, Animation, and VR), screening films and helping critique HU student work. It was a day packed full of fun and developing friendships with HU's amazing DMA professors.
Darby McDairmant is a senior here at Warsaw Community High School & Warsaw Area Career Center and is currently in Mr. Zakaria's Project Lead the Way: Honors Civil Engineering & Architecture class. Previously she's taken these WACC classes: Intro to Business, Intro to Fashion & Textiles, Advanced Fashion & Textiles, Intro to Engineering Design for Women, Project Lead the Way: Intro to Engineering for Women (Dual Credit with Ivy Tech), Web Design I, Preparing for College & Careers, Nutrition & Wellness, & Child Development & Parenting.
Darby says that she decided to take Engineering as she not only was interested in the subject but thought it would be a good way to try out the career. She was also excited to just have the opportunity to take the class.
When she's not in school, Darby is busy with her part-time job and is in the ASL Club.
Upon graduation, Darby plans to go to International Business College in Fort Wayne to pursue a degree in Travel & Hospitality. She hopes to one day become an event planner.
Congrats Darby & thanks for allowing us to feature you on the website today!
Ed Ksiezopolski's EMT classes practiced their traction splinting skills recently while preparing for their state exams. Stay tuned with exam results as they are coming soon. We are so proud of our EMT students!
Interested in learning more about this class?! Check out the information below, directly from the WACC Course of Study Guide:
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
Grade Level: 12
Prerequisite: Acceptance to program required.
(Acceptance method varies from program to program.)
Length: 1 semester (2 periods)
Credits Earned: 2
Students may earn college credit if they complete the Ivy Tech application and earn a C or higher. This course is being offered in partnership with Multi-Township EMS of Warsaw. It is a state-approved curriculum for E.M.T. training. Once completed and reaching the age of 18, the student can take the state test and if successful, become a licensed E.M.T. Students are required to have specific immunizations which can be obtained from the family doctor or the county health clinic. Course offering is dependent on the number of students and instructor availability.
Our awesome Culinary Arts & Fashion and Textiles students participated in the Fine Arts Festival in the Performing Arts Center last night. The Advanced Culinary Arts students prepared & served scrumptious appetizers including chicken salad croissants, bacon wrapped pork tenderloin medallions, spinach artichoke dip, bruschetta, and an assortment of desserts. The Fashion & Textiles students sumbitted many of their recent projects to be displayed during the festival including clothing, pillows, bags, and more. A lot of work went into making this festival happen and we appreciate the time & effort these students & staff members put into making this event happen. What a wonderful evening it was full of student talent!
As an added bonus, the culinary students served leftover goodies from last night right outside the Blue Apron for students & staff both to enjoy! We are so proud of our senior culinary students & wish them the best of luck after graduation!!
Mr. Zakaria's Robotics Design & Innovation students are busy preparing for the robotics tournament tonight in the WACC Gym at 5 pm. Come out & cheer these students on!!