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Wawasee EngagED

Wawasee Community Schools are in the first year of a 1 to 1 student to device program grades K-12. Students K-3 each have a school issued iPad and students grades 4-12 have a school issued Chromebook.These new tools enable teachers to engage students through innovation, creation, collaboration and communication. Visit WarriorWarehouse.org for more information.

School Day Times

For a schedule of start times, dismissal times, weather delay times, and SMART Start Wednesday times for Wawasee Community Schools, please click HERE.

Three-hour Delays:
WHS: 11 am-4:03 pm
WMS: 11:10 am-4:20 pm
Milford: 11:15 am-4:05 pm (K-4) and 4:10 pm (5-8)
North Webster: 11:25am-4:05 pm
Syracuse: 11:25 am-4:05 pm

Please note that on Wednesdays, if a two-hour delay is needed, there will be no SMART Start. The two-hour delay will follow the two-hour delay schedule of any other day of the week.

Breakfast is served at all Wawasee Schools in the school cafeterias. Student cost for paid breakfast is $1.00 and reduced cost is $.30. (Serving times listed on the Parent Page Tab.)

Indiana Heritage Website

http://www.heritageeducators.com
In conjunction with Indiana's Bicentennial celebration, the Indiana Association of Public School Superintendents (IAPSS), with the generous support of George K. Baum & Company, is honoring educators through the Heritage Educators program. Click on the image to see the full story.

Speak Up 2016 Survey

Wawasee Community Schools participated once again in the National Speak Up Survey. Speak Up is a national research project from Project Tomorrow, a free annual survey. It's a quick and easy way for students, parents, educators, and community members to voice their thoughts about digital learning to their school. Thanks to all who completed the survey.

Results will be available on February 8th.

Corporation Announcements

  • Jen Bricker Presentation The organization “Give Hope” made a goal to bring Jen Bricker, a motivational speaker and professional gymnast who was born without legs, to the community to speak about students struggling ...
    Posted Mar 12, 2017, 12:53 PM by Jeremy Van Lue
  • WCSC Needs Substitute Teachers Wawasee Community School Corporation is looking for people interested in becoming substitute teachers.  You can choose the school(s) you want to work for and even the grade level(s ...
    Posted Feb 27, 2017, 8:49 AM by Joy Goshert
  • Wawasee High School to host IHSAA Boys Basketball Sectional #21 Wawasee High School will host the IHSAA Boys Basketball Sectional 21.  Tickets are available in the Athletic Office at Wawasee High School.  $10.00 for entire session and $6.00 ...
    Posted Feb 24, 2017, 8:05 AM by Jeremy Van Lue
  • Bus Drivers Needed The Wawasee Schools Transportation Department is looking for people interested in training to be bus drivers.  The only requirements are that the individual be at least 21 years of age ...
    Posted Feb 8, 2017, 5:59 AM by Jeremy Van Lue
  • WCSC Community Meetings Dear Wawasee Community School Corporation parents of middle school students,You spoke and we listened!  A year ago the Wawasee School Board brought in a team that interviewed over 1000 ...
    Posted Feb 6, 2017, 10:05 AM by Jeremy Van Lue
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Community Announcements

  • WHS Sophomore Class Chicken Fundraiser Wawasee High School sophomores will be kicking off their Annual Nelson’s Golden Glow Chicken Fundraiser starting March 17th, through March 31st. You may acquire tickets by contacting any sophomore ...
    Posted Mar 12, 2017, 12:52 PM by Jeremy Van Lue
  • Wawasee Community Summer League The Wawasee Community Boys and Girls Summer T-Ball and Machine Pitch leagues (ages 4 to 7), Baseball and Softball leagues (ages 8 to 14) are now taking registrations. For ...
    Posted Mar 12, 2017, 12:51 PM by Jeremy Van Lue
  • SPL String Theory It is not too late to start a knitting or crocheting project. String Theory; the social fiber-craft group at the Syracuse Public Library, meets each Thursday at 5:30 ...
    Posted Mar 12, 2017, 12:51 PM by Jeremy Van Lue
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