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Work-Based Learning Co-Op Employer Appreciation Luncheon

 Warsaw Area Career Center, Work-Based Learning Co-Op students recently honored their supervisors at an Employer Appreciation Luncheon presented by Vitale Events at 2517 in Warsaw.

The 33 Co-Op students expressed appreciation to their supervisors for their guidance and understanding in teaching them professional skills and aiding them in the transition from school to the training site.

The Work-Based Learning Co-Op Student of the Year recipient was Ciara Stout, who worked in the Human Resources Department at Tecomet under the supervision of Kay Kelley.

Positive Attitude Awards were presented to Liza Lewis, Nick Marsh, and Christian Raish.  Professional Growth Awards were presented to Brenda Alvarado, Noah Diaz, Dillon King, Kyle Rickert, and Hannah Williams.  Work-Based Learning Co-Op Excellence Awards were presented to Mia Beckham, Emali Grose, Colton Lind, Brendan Perry, Savannah Taylor, and Matthew Watson.

     Any employers interested in participating in the Work-Based Learning Co-Op program next year may contact Mrs. Angie Heinsman, Coordinator, at 574.371.5074 x 2549 or email aheinsman@warsawschools.org. 



(Pictured above)
WBL Co-Op of the Year
L-R Angie Heinsman (WBL Coordinator), Ciara Stout, David Clark (WBL Coordinator)



WBL Positive Attitude Awards
L-R Angie Heinsman (WBL Coordinator), Nick Marsh, Liza Lewis, Christian Raish, David Clark (WBL Coordinator)


WBL Professional Growth Awards
L-R Angie Heinsman (WBL Coordinator), Hannah Williams, Brenda Alvarado, Noah Diaz, Dillon King, Kyle Rickert, David Clark (WBL Coordinator)


WBL Excellence Awards
L-R Angie Heinsman (WBL Coordinator), Emali Grose, Savannah Taylor, Mia Beckham, Matthew Watson, Brendan Perry, David Clark (WBL Coordinator)


From Mrs. Heinsman: It’s always a great day when a former student wants to come back and speak with my students. Thanks, Evan Miller, for speaking about your upcoming accounting career at PWC and fellowship in accountancy at The Ohio State University! Very proud of you and great to catch up! Can’t wait to continue to hear about your journey!! 
Mr. Zakaria's Robotics Design & Innovation students are busy preparing for the robotics tournament tonight in the WACC Gym at 5 pm. Come out & cheer these students on!! 


Congratulations to Warsaw Area Career Center's very own, Dena Lancaster, on receiving the Golden Apple Award recently! We are so proud of and thankful for you!

From WCHS Principal, Troy Akers: Mrs. Lancaster is everywhere!  She has volunteered for many activities for students and with her colleagues.  Her classes are always engaging and students often speak of highly of their experiences with Mrs. Lancaster. 

Dena worked really hard to give her students a realistic interview scenario when she organized the Community Led interviews before the break.  She also attended the SEL Summit and has volunteered for multiple after school events recently including Quiz Bowl, judging at the FFA District competition, and being on USG. 

The Warsaw Fire Department came to visit Chef Bragg's culinary students in the Blue Apron today for a fire safety training course. The students were able to use a fire extinguisher simulator and learned the importance of keeping up to date on fire safety equipment and procedures in restaurants. 

After the training, the students, staff, and firefighters enjoyed an awesome lunch prepared by Chef Bragg & his students. 

Special thanks to WFD for taking time out of their busy schedules to invest in our students! 


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