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Principles of Marketing students recently completed ice cream business marketing projects. The students worked in groups to develop business plans for their own ice cream parlors, complete with unique ingredients, business names, specials, pricing, target age groups, advertisement strategies, etc. Several WCS staff, parents, & community members had the opportunity to participate in judging each group in various categories. All of the students did such a wonderful job with these projects & it was amazing to see how talented they truly are. Great job everyone!



Principles of Business Management classes successfully worked as a team and executed a recycling project. WACC students sorted and weighed 1,200 pounds of plastic lids & caps for Rudy's Dog Park. These three benches are now located at the dog park. The classes are still at work on sorting and weighing plastic for three more benches for Madison Elementary and Leesburg Elementary. A big thank you to Rudy's Dog Park for supplying most of the plastic. We also thank Marc Huffer for his classroom space. 


The FACS department members celebrate our Golden Apple award winner!!  Chef Mark Bragg is amazing. Teaching our students to become chefs and learn about the culinary and hospitality industry is a huge task!  His persistence, passion and positive attitude inspire our students.  We would love to have you as our guest at the Warsaw Area Career Center Blue Apron restaurant. Come see what Mark and his students do each day and taste the flavor-filled dishes they create. Congratulations, Mark!!!
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Ms. Tiede's Child Development students have had fun creating finger puppet shows & recording them on their iPads recently. These students are not only learning the importance of allowing children to practice gross & fine motor control skills with the use of puppets but that children can also learn appropriate behaviors by watching the puppet's example while encouraging creativity as well. The experiences & skill sets Ms. Tiede's students are learning in this class will better equip them for future careers in early childhood education and even as parents someday. Great job everyone! 




Our second-year Cosmetology students are working hard to complete their hours & credits so that they can graduate with their licenses this year! Recently, they each completed a salon project that allowed them to create a business plan for their dream salon. Great job ladies & keep up the hard work!

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