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Michael Kuhn is a reporter at WANE-TV, NewsChannel 15 in Fort Wayne. He graduated from Ball State University in December of 2016, but his passion for news started during his time at WCHS and the Warsaw Area Career Center. A 2013 WCHS graduate, Michael took Radio and TV 1 and 2 in his Junior and Senior years. He says the skills he learned in Mrs. Hopper's class helped lay a foundation that propelled him forward in college, and now in his career. He says anyone thinking about a career in media should also consider taking Mrs. Hopper's Radio and TV classes to help elevate their skills and better prepare them for their future.



(Pictured above as a WACC-TV student & pictured below as a WANE-TV Reporter)


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Mandy Renbarger is a Family & Consumer Sciences teacher here at the Warsaw Area Career Center. She teaches Child Development (her favorite), Interpersonal Relationships, and Preparing for College & Careers. Mandy attended the University of Nebraska & Purdue University. During her free time, she loves to binge-watch TV, read, refinish furniture, and paint wooden signs. Mandy says she was born without a personality or sense of humor, but we beg to differ. I think you can tell by her creative & fun Christmas sweater decorating abilities, she is amazingly awesome! We love you, Mandy. Thanks for letting us highlight you today!



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Hunter Scott is a senior here at WCHS/WACC and is in our Building Trades program. He is currently employed at Discount Tire in Warsaw. Hunter is involved in Kosciusko County 4H and is the Junior Leaders Club President. During his free time, Hunter enjoys hanging out with friends, working on cars, and racing. Upon graduation, he plans to attend the University of Northern Ohio to major in Diesel Mechanics & High Performance.

Thanks for allowing us to highlight you today, Hunter. The WACC is so proud of you!
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In addition to our weekly specials and the full menu, the Blue Apron Restaurant will have an extra feature today, Wednesday, February 14.

Valentine’s Day Special:
An inclusive meal of a small Caesar salad, Chicken Parmesan layered in a House prepared pasta and marinara served with roasted Brussels sprouts. Accompanied by freshly baked bread.
$8.00 (No substitutions please.)



Don't forget about our other specials this week:

Chefs Special: Bacon Wrapped BBQ Porkloin, garlic mashed potatoes, and broccoli with cheese sauce
$7.00


Soup du jour: Cream of spinach soup 
cup $2.00  bowl $3.00


Dessert du jour: S'Mores Cheesecake 
$4.00


Express Box Lunch To Go: Southwest Chicken Wrap (roasted chicken breast, shredded romaine, diced Roma Tomatoes, Monterey Jack Cheese and a lower calorie southwest ranch dressing wrapped with a tomato tortilla) Fuji Apple, Broccoli Slaw, Oatmeal Raisin Cookie and Ice Mountain Water 
$7.00

As always, our full menu can be found here: 
Blue Apron Menu


Please email reservations, pre-orders, and carry out orders to blueapron@warsawschools.org. Blue Apron hours are Tuesday's and Wednesday's 11:00-1:00. We are no longer open on Thursday's.

Thank you for your continued patronage and support of our full-service, student-run restaurant! Happy Valentine’s Day! 



(S'Mores Cheesecake)


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Hi! I am Julia Kincaid and I teach Food Science and Landscape Management I & II in our Agriculture Department. I attended the University of Missouri- Columbia. I am happily married with three kids and one granddaughter. We spend our time on each other going to my youngest's dance performances, or my son's baseball games, and sometimes we get to run away and do something new.

Which class is my favorite? Well, I love food. I love growing it, harvesting it, cooking it, eating it, and discovering how to use it as medicine. So both classes are right up my alley. I love sharing what I have learned with other people who might discover that some part of it is their passion too.

I run a community garden over by the hospital called The Garden of Feedin'. This summer I will be leading a Gardening Club to help tend our WACC/Art courtyard to, hopefully, get our new Food Forest settled in.

I wanted to change the world. So I became a teacher.

Thanks, Mrs. Kincaid, for allowing us to showcase you today in celebration of National CTE Month! 
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