The Blue Apron is a student-run full-service restaurant, open Tuesday & Wednesday from 11:00 – 1:00 pm.
In the French cuisine, the color of an apron worn by the staff denotes the level of mastery. The Blue Apron is known for “student in training.” Our students are receiving both high school and college credit while enrolled in the program.
Jared is a senior here at WCHS/WACC. He has been part of our Welding Technology program for the last two years. He has also taken Introduction to Construction, Introduction to Transportation, Introduction to Manufacturing, and Project Lead the Way: Introduction to Engineering Design. In his spare time, Jared enjoys helping his welding instructor, Chris Morr, out with any projects whenever needed. He is proud to have earned all of his basic welding certifications this school year already. Upon graduation, Jared plans to attend Hobart Welding College. Congrats Jared! We are so proud of you and appreciate you allowing us to highlight you on the website today.
Pictured: Jared made this fire pit & grill complete with a shepherds hook, and is perfect for making chili or stew.
In honor of National Manufacturing Day on October 6th, OrthoWorx held the "Think Ortho Tour" last Thursday right here in The Orthopedic Capital of the World. Over 200 8th graders from area schools & their parents attended the program that hoped to encourage students to pursue technical careers in the growing orthopedic industry. The event included tours of Ivy Tech's Orthopedic & Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (OAMTC), the Warsaw Area Career Center Welding Lab, and a local orthopedic company, Precision Medical Technologies. Students & parents both were able to learn about the orthopedic industry, advanced manufacturing career opportunities available in the Warsaw area, and the skills needed to pursue those exciting careers. The Think Ortho Tour was part of OrthoWorx's Talent Development Initiative to address the skills gap in the orthopedic industry. Special thanks to OrthoWorx, PMT, the WACC, & the OAMTC for making this event possible!
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Mr. Paseka's Welding Technology II students competed at the 39th AWS Midwest Welding competition last Thursday & Friday in Indianapolis, hosted by J.Everett Light Career Center. This was the first year the Warsaw Area Career Center competed in this competition and as a school, Warsaw placed 15th out of 26 teams. Students in attendance were: Taylor Cassel, Kody Ogan, Seth Conley, Brandon McCord, & Kole Komedeur. Individually, Taylor placed 5th & Kody placed 6th overall. Congratulations & great job guys!
Kody Ogan, a senior student here at WCHS, is part of our Welding Technology Academy. He is currently taking Welding Technology II with Mr. Paseka. Kody states that he's grown up working on cars with close family members and loves the opportunity to continue to grow through this program. In his free time, Kody enjoys spending time with his friends & working at O'Reilly Auto Parts. His real passion and career ambition is to be on a NHRA Professional Drag Racing team. Kody wants to build race cars & engines for a living and eventually move to Sandy Valley, a small town in Southern Nevada.