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WACC/WCHS Parents & Students:

Don't forget you're invited to our Back to School event happening right here in our building tomorrow night, Thursday, Aug. 23, from 
4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. 

Parents & students are encouraged to come to visit and tour the WACC/WCHS and learn more about everything our schools have to offer. You won't want to miss this exciting event! 

*PARENTS AND GUARDIANS-CLASS OF 2019:
You are invited to attend informational presentations on the evening of Thursday, August 23, during Back to School Night. The presentations will be held in the Performing Arts Center beginning at 5:30.

5:30-6:15- ISTEP Results, Remediations, What Now?

6:15-6:50- College Financial Aid Information

6:50-7:05- Kosciusko County Work Ethic Certificate-New! (See flyer below!)

*PARENTS AND GUARDIANS-CLASS OF 2020:

5:00-5:30: Diploma Requirements

5:30-6:15- ISTEP Results, Remediation, What Now?

We look forward to seeing you Thursday, August 23 at 5:30 p.m.


    
Chef Mark Bragg's Culinary Arts & Hospitality II students recently completed Level One of Foundations of Restaurant Management & Culinary Arts and earned their certifications from the National Restaurant Association. Congratulations to:

Brianna McBrier
Michael Busz
Breana Mayer
Micah Hall
Ricardo Saldivar
Cosme Olivarez


{ P.S.- To our amazing Blue Apron patrons, be on the lookout for updates soon about our public opening date! }

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Congratulations to Kate Koontz, a recent WCHS graduate, on being named a national finalist in the Intellectual Property Owners Educational Foundation (IPOEF) Video Contest!  Her video was inspired by her great-grandfather, who came up with some really cool inventions but never took time to patent them.  Ironically, though his ideas didn't make him rich, a version of his story may still help his granddaughter Kate pay for college! Kate created her video as a part of Mrs. Hopper's Videography class at the Warsaw Area Career Center this spring, and now Kate's creative video just landed her one of the four national finalist spots chosen by IPOEF judges.  With your help, she has a chance to win up to $9,500!
 
Please take a moment to vote for Kate in the 16-18-year-old category so she can win a $7,500 scholarship. She also has a chance to win another $2,000 if you like her video on Facebook. This can be regardless of or in addition to winning another category.  
 
Help Kate win one or both by giving her a like on Facebook and voting for her at the IPOEF website: https://www.ipoef.org/2018-ip-video-contest-vote/ To vote you'll need to enter your email.
 
To like her video on Facebook visit: https://www.facebook.com/WaccTv/ for the pinned post.  Be sure to like the post and not the generic IPOEF page.
 
Voting ends August 31st. Remember to vote for Kate Koontz, and that patenting good ideas can help your descendants.
Nine Whitko High School students took an American Welding Society, Welder Certification Test April 27th at the Steel Dynamics Keith E. Busse Technology Center of Ivy Tech Community College in Fort Wayne. Passing students earned a worldwide recognized certification in the Gas Metal Arc Welding process. The test consisted of an American Welding Society D-9 Work Procedure Sheet. Each student prepared and produced the required test specimen. The test was overseen and inspected by AWS Certified Welding Inspector Tim Sorg.

Students achieving this status were: Trea Arnold, Hunter Myers, Dillon Hamilton, Levi Coy, Kimberly Hoover, Michael Connor, Alex Rouse, and Jose Cordero.
Sarah McCreery & Lynette Scott's Education Professions interns all passed their ECA certification for the State of Indiana. The Education Professions class includes six hours of dual credit with Grace College along with an internship in elementary and middle school classrooms. Congratulations to these 9 students!

Pictured above are:
Alyse Allen, Lynae Dawson, Julie Foster, Madison Haines, Kaitlynd Heiden-Moore, Madison Method, Shannon Randels, Ashley Salyer, & Dane Stookey

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