Washington Summer Library Hours

June 13 & 20 1:30-5:30
July 11 1:30-5:30
July 18 & 25 1:30-4:30

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PRE-REGISTRATION for all Warsaw Community Schools has been extended until June 20, 2014. Pre-registration can be accomplished using the WCS PowerSchool system. Log-in information was sent prior to spring break. However, if you are in need of your student's log-in information, you should contact the school.

This new process of pre-registration will be a time-saving benefit to families during the fall final registration dates!

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First grade Washington students learning about the water cycle, collecting and observing macro invertebrates, and applying their environmental studies unit.

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First Opportunity

STEM Summer Enrichment Program: Grades 4, 5, 6, and 7

NEW! Target Population: Students interested in exploring STEM through Inquiry lessons and Project Based Learning. Electrical Engineering, Computer Sciences and Biomedical Engineering will be explored in this exciting summer learning opportunity! A STEM learning showcase will be open to the public at the conclusion of the summer session to give students the opportunity to demonstrate their learning. Only two students from each grade level will be selected per elementary school. Application deadline is April 15th. If more than two applications per grade level are received, a random drawing will be conducted for the two open slots. Use the form attached to apply. Return to your elementary school.

Second Opportunity

Go to the website below to see the list of classes, dates and times they are being offered. Complete the registration form on the website. Please note on the form the enrichment opportunity you are interested in registering for this upcoming summer.

Questions can be directed to Ms. JoElla Smyth at Edgewood Middle School, director of WCS summer school.

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The WCHS Drama Department will present “Our Town” on March 7 and 8, at 7:30 pm, in the WCHS Performing Arts Center.


"Our Town," the award-winning play by Thornton Wilder, depicts daily life in small-town America during the early 19th century. WCHS students, using mime and narration, portray the trials and triumphs of Grover's Corner townspeople as they experience life's significant events over a decade.

Tickets prices are: Adults-$8.00, Students and Senior Citizens-$5.00; tickets are reserved seating and on sale now in the WCHS Performing Arts Center Box Office or by calling the WCHS Performing Arts Center Box Office at (574) 371-5040

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