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Last Wednesday evening, Warsaw FFA members traveled to Elkhart to compete in the Area X Crops & Forestry Contest.

The Senior Crops team placed 4th, the Junior Crops team placed 3rd, & the Senior Forestry team placed 3rd overall. All teams advanced onto the state contest this past Saturday at Purdue University. 

This past weekend, our members competed in the state Crops & Forestry contests at Purdue University.  

Congrats to the senior crops team, consisting of Bailey Stutzman, Reagan Rowland, & Cadence Gibson & Jacob Baker, for placing 11th in the state. 

Congrats to the senior forestry team, consisting of Abby Doberstein, Taryn Whetstone, Dakotah Easterday, & Anthony Taylor, for placing 12th in the state.

We are so proud of their hard work over the last few months! 



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Mrs. Carmichael's Advanced Fashion & Textiles students recently made t-shirts for a local charity. We are so proud of their hard work & generous hearts!

Pictured are Valerie Lopez-Lopez, Leslie Hernandez, Nadia Guerra, Mara Mungia, Wakelyn Hudson, Megan Metzger, Lennon Long, Diana Velazquez, Victoria Heimbach, & Yesica Loyola-Carabajal. 
Congratulations to the Warsaw FFA Chapter's Parliamentary Procedure/Chapter Meeting Contest Teams. Last evening, Warsaw hosted the District II Parli Contest and our members came out on top! The Novice Team, consisting of Alyssa Swanson, Harrison Stofer, Makaleigh Lane, Blake Schnackenberg, Brea Thompson, Thomas Boggs, & Reese Rowland, placed FIRST. The Senior Team, consisting of Reagan Rowland, Jacob Baker, Abby Doberstein, Bailey Hanes, Hailey Locke, Lauryn Rhodes, Valerie Messmore, Ayden Ault, & Anthony Taylor placed SECOND. Both teams will advance to the Section I competition in January. These students have worked so hard the last few months preparing for this competition & we wish them the best of luck as they prepare for the next contest! 


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Hunter Haines, Brayden Sammons, Hayden Steger are former Warsaw Area Career Center students and recently visited Mrs. Heinsman's Accounting classes to talk about their journey into starting their new adventure: Campus Craves, a unique ice cream & late night foods shop in Bloomington, IN. They talked about their initial dream, the obstacles they overcame along the way, and what's to come for them soon. We appreciate the time they spent sharing their story with our students & wish them the best of luck in the future!! 

Check out their story below, directly from the thecampuscraves.com! Be sure to check out their awesome place the next time you visit Bloomington! 

The Campus Crave journey began just over a year and a half ago. A friend contacted another friend about a possible scratch to their entrepreneurial itch which would satisfy their ever-longing enterprising spirits, all before they even graduated high school. Both coming from families with long ties to entrepreneurial endeavors in a multitude of industries, the friend was intrigued by the idea and a chance to live out his dreams of becoming a young business owner. After an initial meeting, the idea became a feverish quest for research to perfect the vision: Campus Craves.

Simply put, Campus Craves is a fast-casual dining experience, like no other specializing in custom-creation trendy desserts and sandwiches. The main component of our business is our super premium ice cream, followed by edible cookie dough, gourmet sandwiches, air-fried offerings, and lastly classic beverages. We claim to be a fast-casual dining experience due to the layout and organization of our potential stores: Customers order their custom creations and select from our available options as they move through our ordering line.

Co-founders Brayden Sammons and Hunter Haines invite potential customers from all walks of life, to come and satisfy their crave in our fun, college-esque, and one-of-a-kind store where you can $ave Dat Money.


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