Tomorrow is our College Planning Event for seniors and their parent(s) at 6 p.m. at the High School. Hear tips on evaluating your education options after high school and how to pay for it wisely. Experts from @INvestEdIndiana will discuss key steps in the college planning process and answer your questions. Join us tomorrow!
Just a reminder to parents and students- all schools offer a breakfast daily which includes their bread grain, fruit juice, and choice of milk! The price for the Elementary and Middle School is $1.55 and a High School breakfast is $1.75! Throughout the week, both hot and cold breakfast items are offered. Pictured are the yogurt parfaits from Coesse Elementary and a bacon, egg, and cheese croissant served at ISMS today.
Thank you to representatives from Micropulse, Impact CNC, Star Financial Bank, Ultra, WC Chamber of Commerce, Fort Wayne Metals, LEAR, WC EDC, AG Plus, and 80/20 for providing mock interview experiences for our seniors in Mr. Keener's English classes. Students have worked on job application skills, cover letters, and resumes. This experience allowed them to apply their knowledge and help prepare them for life after graduation.
Peabody Public Library will now provide cards to any WCCS student! The library has many print and digital services to help students of all ages with their learning, projects, and more. Visit the library to learn more!
Happening Soon | March 25 | 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. | BAC Spring Fling Spring Fling is happening March 25, 2023! $5 admission to support students in the Business, Art and Communications Academy!
WCCS is looking for substitute teachers. The substitute leads the class when the teacher needs to be out of the classroom and engages with our students. We believe our students are the greatest at WCCS. Apply to be a substitute to help build world-class results.
CCHS will host a College Planning Event for students and parent(s) on March 29, 2023, at 6 p.m. at the school. Our community partner, @INvestEdIndiana will discuss topics like choosing the right major/career, maximizing FREE money like scholarships & grants, the financial aid process and comparing college costs. Mark your calendars now, as you don’t want to miss this event.
The CCHS College and Career Fair is a week away! March 21 from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Students can attend during B/C lunch, advisory or 7th Period.
Internship Highlights | Maddie explores new opportunities in leadership through her internship with the Whitley County YMCA afterschool programs. Drew applies his welding knowledge and certification through his internship with Warner Electric. Bryana's internship with the Columbia City Vet Hospital allowed her to apply the knowledge she gained through her Animal Science and Vet Science courses at CCHS.
To promote a safe school environment, we want our students, parents/guardians, staff and community to be aware of "See Something. Say Something." Anyone in our WCCS community who hears or sees activity are encouraged to report it to a WCCS staff/faculty or on wccsonline.com. The tip line is anonymous.
Internship Highlights | Kaylyn applies her child development and education knowledge through her internship with the Whitley County YMCA afterschool program. Trinity has learned a great deal about logistics and inventory accuracy through her internship with Sailrite.
The CCHS Academic Teams are NE8 Conference Champions for the second year. Third place finishes in English and Science. Second in History and First in Fine Arts and Math! The combined efforts of the five teams led to the lowest and winning team total. Congratulations!
Internship Highlights | Sam's internship with Fort Wayne Metals allows him to put his welding knowledge and certifications into practice. Jonathan leads a staff of 11 when live-streaming athletic events for CCHS. His internship as manager for the student-run station allows him many leadership experiences.
Internship Highlights | Mathew applies his sheet metal welding skills and certifications through his internship with ETA Engineering. Gage continues to expand his knowledge and experience about Diesel engines and repair through his internship with Sheets Diesel Performance.
Internship Highlights | Natalie continues her medical journey with the Whitley County Health Department and Immunization Clinic. Hayden applies her knowledge and experience from the Education Professions program through her internship with Miss Graham's kindergarten at Coesse.
CCHS Career and College Fair business reservations are due March 10. Reserve an 8 ft. table to promote summer and career opportunities with students from the whole county. CCHS has invited Churubusco and Whitko students, too. Register at this link and find out more: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScYU-x-zKnvGgDfnEHMXy699nenyRy05xbbCJmF0_FUYK95UQ/viewform
Student Katie is the perfect example of how internships can help students prepare. Katie has tried several occupations during her high school career and found she enjoys creative outlets through her internship at Bravo Floral and Gifts. Katie is studying interior design at Purdue Fort Wayne this coming fall.
Columbia City FFA is partnering with Soil and Water District to host First Grade Ag Day for all of the county’s first graders. Our FFA members and alumni supply all of the animals for the experience and members serve as speakers and group leaders. #Agriculture #Education
Our students apply what they've learned at their internship placements. Walgreens in Columbia City has provided a great internship experience for Jordan to improve his customer service and communication skills. Dominic has benefited through an internship at Take 5.
Senior students can gain hands-on field experience through their Work Based Learning experiences to match the classes they pursued in high school to prepare them for their futures. William explores career options at Impact CNC and Cora's internship with The Kitchen & Co. has allowed her to explore her interests in event planning further. #CTE #Experiences #Interns #ThankYouHostingBusinesses