Blog posts tagged in WACC
Jacob Rucker, Kobe Van Houten, & Brayden Aragon are shown below making hanging brackets and mounting the new welders under the welding table.
Students in Mrs. Love's PLTW Principles of Biomedical Sciences class recently built models to show their understanding of how insulin allows glucose into our cells that need it for energy.
Are you looking for a part-time job and also love to rock babies & prepare meals?! The Warsaw Early Learning Academy is seeking to hire a couple of individuals to help inspire, supervise and monitor children in our care. Responsibilies include helping our children learn, rocking, changing diapers, prepare organizing and meals, exploring play and just having fun! We are looking for someone who would like to work around 10:00am - 4:30pm, with some flexiblity. 27.5 hours per week. We have a great team and wonderful children!Apply today at:WELA Job Openings
The Warsaw Area Career Center & Chef Bragg's Culinary students would like to extend sincere thanks to Mr. Ronald Boyd for sharing his knowledge, wisdom, & expertise with the art of fileting & frying fish! Ron took time out of his busy schedule to not only catch all of these fish, but to also expand our culinary students fish fileting/frying skills. Today, Mr. Boyd will fry the rest of the fish for the WACC staff for dinner during Parent-Teacher Conferences. We are so grateful that he does this every year for our students and staff!
Thank you Cindy Elliott & Elliott’s Custom Trailers & Carts for giving Jose such an awesome Social Media Marketing Internship!