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WCHS/WACC Senior student, Briana Kelley, recently went on a mission trip to Honduras with the Humanity & Hope Foundation, the not-for-profit business in which she completed her internship with. During this trip, Briana had the opportunity to serve the Honduran people not only by helping with various agricultural and building projects, but also by mentoring & playing with the children there. The WACC is very proud of Briana & her passion to live out the WCS Mission by enriching the lives of others!



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Earlier this week, the Warsaw Fire Department visited our culinary students in the Blue Apron to teach about fire extinguisher safety training. The students also had the opportunity to prepare, serve, and eat lunch with the firemen present. Special thanks to WFD for their support & help with so many things around the WACC!








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Mrs. Carmichael's Fashion & Textile students recently made gifts for presenters at next year's N.E.W. Conference. 




For directions on how to make this project and many others, visit Mrs. Carmichael's website:

http://wacc.warsaw.k12.in.us/wacc-teachers/sandy-carmichael/pages/culinary-arts






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Warsaw Area Career Center Director, Ronna Kawsky, was proud to honor Krista Metzger today as the first Cosmetology Academy graduate from WCHS/WACC. Krista not only earned dual credit & completed the state licensing exam to earn her certification, but will also graduate with Technical Honors next Friday evening. She even has already been offered a job at a local salon. Congratulations, Krista! The WACC is so proud of you!



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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 Co-Op students expressed their 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 Emily Shepherd, who worked at the Otis R. Bowen Center under the supervision of Jennifer Hatcher.

Positive Attitude Awards were presented to Ben Britton, Alex Brown, Taylor Cassel, Emilee Fetters, Cassie Hoag, MegAnn Pearl, Shane Powers, Tim Rata, and Rob Sullivan.  Professional Growth Awards were presented to Kyle Hatch, Trenton Rapp, Jordan Reichard, and Justin Stout.  Work-Based Learning Co-Op Excellence Awards were presented to Marcelo Brito Rosales, Page Desenberg, Abby Glass, and Jessica Keyes.

     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.  



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