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Chef's Special: Chicken Fajita served with Elotes (Mexican street corn) and Spanish Rice
$8

Soup du Jour: Cream of Broccoli Soup
cup $2 & bowl $3

Special Dessert:  Bananas Foster Bread Pudding
$4

Express Box Lunch To Go: Muffaletta, Apple salad, House Chips, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Cookie, and Ice Mountain Water (no substitutions please)
$7

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 support!
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Kylee Gudeman is a current senior here at WCHS/WACC. In addition to her current Internship with Mrs. Ross, she's taken many WACC classes, including Intro to Housing & Interior Design, Principles of Marketing, & Preparing for College & Careers.

During her free time, Kylee enjoys Bible studies, sewing, baking, photography, crafting, painting, drawing, & playing the piano & flute. She also is involved in Fellowship for Christian Athletes, National Honors Society, cross country, theater productions, and teaching children's ministry at Fellowship Baptist Church. She also runs a small specialty cake business out of her home. 

Kylee has always been a high-honor roll student, is in the top 5% of her class, and is an academic athlete. She received the most improved actress award her freshman year of One Acts and has earned several gold medals at ISSMAS competitions for piano. 

Upon graduation, Kylee plans to attend either Grace College or Taylor University to major in either counseling or social work, with a minor in Biblical studies. She hopes to work in the field of advocacy and potentially go overseas for mission work. 

Congrats, Kylee, and thanks for allowing us to feature you on the blog today. We are so proud of you!

From Mrs. Ross: Thank you, Light Rail Cafe and Chrissy Hostetler, for giving my Intern Kylee Gudeman the hands-on experience of what it takes to be an entrepreneur in the baking field (and yes! Those desserts were as delicious as they look!).
Angela Hopper is a Business, Information, & Technology Education Department teacher here at the Warsaw Area Career Center and currently teaches radio and TV I, Radio II, TVII, TVII, Videography, Photoshop, Video Editing. She earned her undergraduate degree from Huntington University and her graduate degree from Indiana Wesleyan University. Angela is married to Luke. In her free time, she loves baking, hiking, traveling, gardening, and spending time with family. She also enjoys playing in competitive games of Euchre & Settlers of Catan. During her teaching career, Angela has coached Swimming (from age 4 through varsity in high school) and the Social Studies Academic Team, both of which she loved coaching. She's also sponsored Environmental Club (Teens for Green) and Student Council. Mrs. Hopper says that she loves seeing her students utilize their creativity to the fullest in all of her classes. 
Thank you, Angela, for allowing us to feature you on the website today. We are thankful to have you here at the WACC!
Keegan Tom is a sophomore here at Warsaw Community High School & Warsaw Area Career Center. His current WACC classes include Landscape Management I & II, but has also previously taken Robotics Design & Innovation and Intro to Agriculture. Keegan is involved in Track & Field and is an Honor Roll student. Upon graduation in a couple years, he plans to attend Purdue University to major in Agriculture. His Ag teacher, Mrs. Kincaid, says that Keegan is not only always eager to help & be a part of the team, but also is a joy to have in class. Thanks, Keegan, for allowing us to feature you on the blog today. The WACC is proud of you!
Jacob Riley is an  Agriculture, Food, & Natural Resources Teacher and FFA Advisor. He attended Purdue University. Jacob is married to Amy (13 1/2 years) and has two beautiful daughters, Makayla (9) and Madelyn (6). During his free time, he enjoys being with family and traveling. He currently teaches Natural Resources, Leadership Development in Agriculture; Agribusiness Management; Advanced Life Science: Animals, & Animal Science. He says that they are all different and exciting to teach!


Jacob is very busy as a Warsaw FFA Chapter Advisor- FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. Students whose lives are impacted by FFA and agricultural education will achieve academic and personal growth, strengthen American agriculture and provide leadership to build healthy local communities, a strong nation, and sustainable world. (from www.ffa.org)


 Jacob says that he wanted to become a teacher because he wanted to assist the next generation find their passion and path to allow them to reach new heights!


We are so thankful for Mr. Riley & appreciate him allowing us to feature him on the blog today! 

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