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The Warsaw Building Trades classes recently hosted an open-house to show off the house the spent this school year building. Under the direction of their instructor, Eric Taylor, thirteen students built this home for local Warsaw resident, Trent Smith, in Cherry Creek Manor.This year's Building Trades students were: Seth Conley, Nicolas Dorman, Ruben Esparza, Chase Hamilton, Zachary Howard, Ian Jones, Elian Mejia, Frank Porraz, Tomas Rivera, Hunter Scott, Brady Stout, Juan Tepo and Cole Wooldridge. These students not only learned skills in roofing, painting, concrete, siding and more, but also earned dual credit through Ivy Tech Community College. Many of them will be graduating this week with more than 15 college credits! 
Congratulations to our students on a job well done and to Trent and his soon-to-be-wife, Meredith Hollar, on their beautiful new home!



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Ms. Dian's Child Development students had the opportunity to wear the Empathy Belly recently, before the semester ended. "The Empathy Belly" Pregnancy Simulator allows the students to feel what it's like to be pregnant and has proven to be a highly effective, unique, and powerful teaching tool. Students who wore the belly had to try to maneuver around with the extra 30 pounds attached to them. They practiced going up and down the stairs, tying shoes, picking things up off the floor, and attempting to become comfortable with pillows while laying down. The students then did several activities focusing on the care of an infant by using QR codes to watch videos on their iPads.






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Grayson finished all of her projects this semester and chose to make a cute pair of shorts in her remaining time in Fashion & Textiles! Mrs. Carmichael's students have learned so many great skills this semester!!  Happy summer sewing, all!
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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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