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Adulting is hard!! Students in Preparing for College & Careers used their values, goals and life experiences to determine how the money they would earn would be spent for needs and wants. Many important lessons were learned and students made and defended excellent choices. #WACC #CTE #RealLifeEducation
The Warsaw FFA Chapter had the opportunity to assist with the 4th Annual Barn & Business Breakfast at Grace College Orthopedic Capital Center yesterday. This event was put on by the Kosciusko County Community Foundation, Kosciusko County Chamber of Commerce, Grace College, Silveus Insurance, and Kosciusko County Farm Bureau. This event was a perfect chance for FFA members to mingle and network with top business and agriculture leaders in our community, along with hearing from great guest speakers Larry Clemens, Director of North America's Agriculture Program, & Dr. Nate Bosch, Director of the Lilly Center for Lakes & Streams. For more information about the event, check out the article from Ink Free News in Warsaw:
2018 Barn & Breakfast
Students in Paul Zakaria's Project Lead the Way: Intro to Engineering classes recently completed several projects, including creating a marble bridge using only a few sheets of paper, tape, and a folder. Check out the fun pictures below of how awesome & creative these students are!
Last week the Warsaw FFA Chapter celebrated National FFA Week with plenty of awesome activities around the school and community. Each school day had it's own theme wear & event planned for students to participate in. Tuesday was FFA apparel day with a guest speaker from Huntington University presenting to each Agriculture class. They also hosted a taco Tuesday lunch for members to partake in. Wednesday was American apparel day with pizza for lunch and Minute-to-Win-It games after school. Thursday was Hawaiian apparel day with a Just Dance party after school. On Friday, the FFA members hosted the annual Staff Appreciation Breakfast and wore Official FFA Dress all day. Indiana FFA State Officer, Wyatt Law, also paid a visit to WCHS/WACC on Friday. The students were able to tour Depuy Synthes and learn about joint reconstruction & replacements, as well. Be sure to check out all the fun they had with the pictures below!
Madelyn Ray is a junior here at Warsaw Community High School/Warsaw Area Career Center. She has taken many WACC courses, including Project Lead the Way Biomed, PLTW Human Body Systems, PLTW Medical Intervention, PLTW Biomedical Innovation, Medical Terminology, Child Development, Interpersonal Relationships, & Preparing for College & Careers. In her spare time, Madelyn is involved in golf, swimming, tennis, Octogan Club, Key Club, & youth group at her church. Madelyn has earned many accomplishments & achievements, including being in the top 12 in her class since freshman year, competing at the varsity level in all 3 sports since freshman year, & being recognized as a Rising Star of Indiana. She is also a class representative in the Octagon Club and organized a "swim-a-thon" charity event to raise money for the Warsaw Education Foundation. Madelyn is undecided on a college upon high school graduation but is interested in pursuing a career in the medical field.
Congrats Madelyn & thanks for allowing us to showcase you on the blog today! We are so proud of you!