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The Warsaw FFA Chapter had their annual Spring Banquet and Awards Dinner on Friday, May 4th at the Warsaw Performing Arts Center with the theme of “A Night at the Oscars”. The chapter celebrated the many successes of the year by handing out numerous degrees and awards along with recognizing the year’s career development event and proficiency winners. Star Greenhand was awarded to freshman Jacob Baker. The Anglin-Bishop Scholarship was awarded to senior Morgan Smith. Each year the chapter awards one or two honorary degrees to adults that have gone above and beyond to assist the chapter in numerous ways. The two 2018 Honorary Degree recipients were Mrs. Gabi Wall and Mr. Ot Schroeder. The chapter also had four members compete in the Welding Career Development Event: Hunter Lane, Jacob Baker, Zac Elkins, and Ethan Miller. The team placed 13 out of 65 teams.



The chapter also recognized the Top 16 in points for the 2017-18 school year. These members will be attending a points awards trip to Deep River Waterpark this summer: Katie Wood, Taryn Whetstone, Bailey Stutzman, Ciara Stout, Morgan Smith, Reagan Rowland, Hunter Lane, Zach Howard, Bailey Hanes, Kiersten Gagnon, Dakotah Easterday, Jacob Baker, Ayden Ault, Haley Archer, and Valerie Messmore.



Finally, the chapter awarded top leaders from each grade level and highest academic levels from each grade. 7th Grade: Thomas Boggs 8th Grade: Bailey Stutzman 9th Grade: Haley Archer 10th Grade: Ayden Ault 11th Grade: Allison Layne and Abby Doberstein 12th Grade: Katie Wood. The prestigious academic awards were given to the following individuals in grade order 9th-12th: Brittany Duncan, Amslie Howett, Abby Doberstein, and Zach Howard.



The Warsaw FFA Chapter would like to thank the community for their continuous support and involvement they invest in the Warsaw Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources Department. We are ready for a new year with great opportunities.



Upcoming Events for the Warsaw FFA Chapter:

State FFA Convention (June 19th-21st)
Young McDonald’s Barn (July 8th-12th)
Top Points Awards Trip to Deep River Waterpark (July 17th)
State Fair Set-Up Day (July 20th)

 

2017-18 Warsaw FFA Retiring Officers during their final recognition (left to right): President- Ciara Stout, Vice President- Valerie Messmore, Secretary- Morgan Smith, Treasurer- Zach Howard, Reporter- Reagan Rowland, and Sentinel- Hunter Lane.  Far Right- Jacob Riley, one of the Warsaw FFA Advisors, looks on.


2018-19 Warsaw FFA Officer Team (left to right) -- Sentinel - Taryn Whetstone, Vice President - Reagan Rowland, President - Valerie Messmore, Treasurer- Abby Doberstein, Reporter - Allison Layne, and Secretary - Jacob Baker.
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May 9th to the 13th was the Business Professional of America National Leadership Conference in Grapevine, Texas, just outside of Dallas. Students that attended were Senior, Brandon Bailey, and sophomores Bryce Welk and Katie Swain. They were accompanied by BPA Sponsor, Scott Schramm, and his wife, Anne.


To qualify for NLC the students had to rank in the top of the State of Indiana in their respective contests during the State Leadership Conference held in March. Brandon competed in both the Computer Network Technology and the Network Administration Using Microsoft competitions. Katie competed in Fundamental Accounting and Bryce in Computer Security. Brandon made it on the national stage with a 7th place finish in Computer Network Technology. 


Students had opportunities to compete in other open events, attend breakout leadership sessions and general assemblies, network with students from around the U.S., and explore places in Dallas. 


BPA would like to thank Flexaust for their financial support this spring to help make this trip possible!


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BUILDING TRADES OPEN HOUSE

 

The Building Trades program of the Warsaw Area Career Center will be hosting an OPEN HOUSE from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.

The house is located at 584 E. Riviera Dr. Warsaw, IN. 

Watch for OPEN HOUSE signs.

This is the 36th year for the Building Trades Program.  Twenty-two students, under the direction of instructor, Eric Taylor, worked on the home owned by Chris and Reily Frankum.   The students were involved in framing, roofing, siding, window and door installation, insulating, drywalling, painting, trimming and concrete work.

The home is a one-story ranch style house with approximately 2,800 finished square feet. The home is equipped with a high-efficiency gas furnace and central air.

The students that worked on the home are Jonathan Aca, Jose Alvarez, Noah Boren, Christian Carnegie, Cole Davis, Zachary Dutton, William Dye, Austin Fisher, Bryan Gonzalez, Zachary Howard, Ian Jones, Reality Lawson, Trevor Lomperski, Jesus Lopez, Mauricio Medellin, Carlos Medoza, Tristan Mobley, Christian Moyotl, Armando Munguia, Hunter Scott and Jared Teeple.


Karleigh is a senior student in the Criminal Justice Program here at the Warsaw Area Career Center. Prior to this year, she's taken Child Development, Advanced Child Development, Interpersonal Relationships, & Preparing for College & Careers in the WACC. Karleigh decided to take Criminal Justice because of her interest in criminology & forensics. She says that she's always been interested in this field of study.

In addition to her Honors Criminal Justice class, Karleigh has been the yearbook editor for the last two years, was a staff member with the yearbook for two years before that, and has been busy interning at the Beamon Home this year. Karleigh is proud to have been chosen as student of the week previously, to have been selected to receive the Woodies Scholarship, and to have been the first ever freshman staff writer & first ever junior editor for the WCHS yearbook.

Upon graduation, Karleigh plans to continue her journey at Ivy Tech Community College and then transfer to Grace College to pursue criminology. Congrats, Karleigh! We are proud of you & wish you the best in all your future endeavors! 
Emily Puckett is a junior here at Warsaw Community High School & Warsaw Area Career Center and is in the Aviation Flight Program with Mr. Coburn. Previously she's also taken Preparing for College & Careers, Interpersonal Relationships, and Nutrition & Wellness. Emily says she decided to take Aviation as she was interested in possibly joining the Air Force. 

Emily is a Varsity Cheerleader and in JROTC. She's proud to be awarded the top cadet in our JROTC program.

After high school, Emily plans to attend Grace College and major in Elementary Education. 

Thanks, Emily, for allowing us to feature you on the website today!



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