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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!! 
BUILDING TRADES OPEN HOUSE

 

The Building Trades program of the Warsaw Area Career Center will be hosting an OPEN HOUSE from 4-6 p.m. on Wednesday, May 23, 2018.

The house is located at 584 E. Riviera Dr. Warsaw, IN. 

Watch for OPEN HOUSE signs.

This is the 36th year for the Building Trades Program.  Twenty-two students, under the direction of instructor, Eric Taylor, worked on the home owned by Chris and Reily Frankum.   The students were involved in framing, roofing, siding, window and door installation, insulating, drywalling, painting, trimming and concrete work.

The home is a one-story ranch style house with approximately 2,800 finished square feet. The home is equipped with a high-efficiency gas furnace and central air.

The students that worked on the home are Jonathan Aca, Jose Alvarez, Noah Boren, Christian Carnegie, Cole Davis, Zachary Dutton, William Dye, Austin Fisher, Bryan Gonzalez, Zachary Howard, Ian Jones, Reality Lawson, Trevor Lomperski, Jesus Lopez, Mauricio Medellin, Carlos Medoza, Tristan Mobley, Christian Moyotl, Armando Munguia, Hunter Scott and Jared Teeple.


Ten students from Warsaw’s Orthopedic and Advanced Manufacturing Training Center graduated last Friday at Notre Dame from Ivy Tech Community College’s Warsaw Site. Seven of those students earned a certificate in Machine Tool Technology, and three, who earned their certificate last year, earned their technical certificate this year, which means those students have the first year of their two-year associate degree finished.

The students earning their certificate are Jacob Barker, Jameson Baker, Tristyn Lewis, Matthew Shoemaker, Derek Hunsberger, Travis Hyden, and Tyler Hitchcock. The students earning their technical certificate are Craig Ronk, Miguel Juarez Cervantez, and Larry Hollar.

The OAMTC provides college-based high school dual credit classes, which means those 10 students earned high school and Ivy Tech credit simultaneously. They represent high schools including Tippecanoe Valley and Warsaw Community high schools.
All student expenses were funded by the following companies: DePuy Synthes, Instrumental Machine & Development, Kiwanis Club of Warsaw, Medtronic, Paragon Medical, Precision Medical Technologies, Kosciusko County Community Foundation, and Zimmer Biomet.

The Warsaw Area Career Center is so proud of these students and greatly appreciates the wonderful partnership we have with Ivy Tech Community College & the OAMTC. 

Recently Michelle Hollar, mother of graduate Larry Hollar, sent us this message:
"Larry has earned 28 college credits through the Career Center!!!  He will graduate from WCHS in 2018 and with all his dual credit & he will graduate Ivy Tech in 2019!   She was so grateful for all the money this program has saved her family as well as giving Larry a profession to pursue." 

Congratulations to all of our PMT graduates!

Visit IvyTech.edu/machine-tool-technology to learn more about Ivy Tech’s Machine Tool program. Visit IvyTechOAMTC.com to learn more about the training center.




Ten students from Warsaw’s Orthopedic and Advanced Manufacturing Training Center graduated Friday from Ivy Tech Community College’s Warsaw Site. Pictured, from left, are instructor Dann Adkins, Tristyn Lewis, Jacob Barker, Travis Hyden, Jameson Baker, Derek Hunsberger, Tyler Hitchcock, Matthew Shoemaker, and instructor Shane Albright.
Karleigh is a senior student in the Criminal Justice Program here at the Warsaw Area Career Center. Prior to this year, she's taken Child Development, Advanced Child Development, Interpersonal Relationships, & Preparing for College & Careers in the WACC. Karleigh decided to take Criminal Justice because of her interest in criminology & forensics. She says that she's always been interested in this field of study.

In addition to her Honors Criminal Justice class, Karleigh has been the yearbook editor for the last two years, was a staff member with the yearbook for two years before that, and has been busy interning at the Beamon Home this year. Karleigh is proud to have been chosen as student of the week previously, to have been selected to receive the Woodies Scholarship, and to have been the first ever freshman staff writer & first ever junior editor for the WCHS yearbook.

Upon graduation, Karleigh plans to continue her journey at Ivy Tech Community College and then transfer to Grace College to pursue criminology. Congrats, Karleigh! We are proud of you & wish you the best in all your future endeavors! 
Emily Puckett is a junior here at Warsaw Community High School & Warsaw Area Career Center and is in the Aviation Flight Program with Mr. Coburn. Previously she's also taken Preparing for College & Careers, Interpersonal Relationships, and Nutrition & Wellness. Emily says she decided to take Aviation as she was interested in possibly joining the Air Force. 

Emily is a Varsity Cheerleader and in JROTC. She's proud to be awarded the top cadet in our JROTC program.

After high school, Emily plans to attend Grace College and major in Elementary Education. 

Thanks, Emily, for allowing us to feature you on the website today!



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