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Ms. Ross' internship student, Mariah Rivera, had the opportunity to attend an all day Cadaver lab training at Zimmer Bioment recently.
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Last Friday the "Silver Sneakers" group from the YMCA/KCH visited the Warsaw Area Career Center. Lunch was served first in the Blue Apron, where they had the chance to eat & chat with current culinary students, and then a tour of the WACC was given by our Program Specialist, Mrs. Yarian. 




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Under the direction of Chef Mo Martinez, the Blue Apron Restaurant proudly presents the following specials:

Soy and honey glazed roasted pork tenderloin. Medallions of tender pork served with pureed Yukon potatoes and fresh asparagus spears.  
$9.00

Spinach Salad with fresh berries, pecans, and goat cheese crumbles with a fresh raspberry vinaigrette.
$5.00 Whole  $3.00 Half

Soup Du Jour: Chicken Noodle Soup simmered in a traditional stock with egg noodles, carrot rondelles, diced celery, and poached chicken breast.
$3.00 Bowl $2.00 Cup

Dessert Du Jour: White Chocolate Lava Cake.  A miniature confection with a white chocolate center served with raspberry coulis.
 $4.00


Express Box To-Go Lunch: Chicken Salad Croissant, House Chips, Dill and vinegar Fingerling Potato Salad, Texas Sheet Cake, Ice Mountain Water
$7.00


The Blue Apron Restaurant is open Tuesday- Thursday from 11am-1pm. 


Don't forget that you can call or email us to place an order ahead of time or to make reservations, as well! (574-371-5074 or blueapron@warsawschools.org


As always, our full menu can be found here: 


Blue Apron Menu


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On Thursday March 30th, Warsaw Area Career Center sent 50 students to participate at the Purdue Engineering Expo, a competition where students learn about the engineering field and demonstrate their engineering prowess. Throughout the event students had to design a tower made of straws capable of holding a 3 lb satellite and a foam roller coaster with the most design elements needed to simulate an intense space journey. Warsaw demonstrated their design skills nabbing 2 of 4 possible design awards (highest design and most unique elements) and taking 3rd place in the overall competition.

Warsaw Area Career Center took 3rd Place out of 53 teams.

Additional Awards:

Highest Design Challenge Score
Most Unique Roller coaster Element
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Advanced Fashion Textile Students had fun with Sweatshirt Construction! These students worked on a personal construction project making their own sweaters. They altered them to fit their unique style needs. 
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