WCSC Central Office

1 Warrior Path, Building 2

Syracuse, IN 46567

574.457.3188

Monday, March 9, 2020


Attention Seniors!

Spring Campus Visit Day. Purdue University Fort Wayne, IN - Sunday, March 22nd. 1 – 5 p.m. Check-in: 12:30 p.m. at the Rhinehart Music Center. Register now @ pfw.edu/spring or call 260-481-6812. See flyer on bulletin board outside the guidance office.


SENIORS:

Announcements Delivery Day - Friday, March 27th ONLY!


Cap & Gown Delivery Day – May 21st ONLY!


Graduation Announcement Orders will be delivered to Wawasee High School on Friday, March 26, 2020... during ALL LUNCH MODS!


Graduation Cap & Gown Orders will be delivered to Wawasee High School on Thursday, May 21,2020 … 10:00 AM – 11:00AM


These are the only days Jostens will be here to deliver your order(s). Therefore, if you are unable to pick up your order(s) on that day, please find a friend that can pick up your order(s) for you.


If you have not yet ordered your cap and gown, please order directly at Jostens.com ASAP!


Also, if you have a balance due, payments should be made prior to this date.

https://jostens.com/

1-800-JOSTENS


Sophomores:

Your class fundraiser of selling Nelson’s chicken is coming up! You’ll be selling pre-sale tickets Friday, March 20th through Thursday, April 2nd.


The Health Hero Vaccination Clinic will be held Tuesday, March 24th at the High School. Consent forms have been sent to eligible students via postal mail. Forms must be returned to the Health Clinic or Front Office by Wednesday, March 18.


Greetings!

Sign-Up is now available in the Main Office for the American Red Cross Spring Blood Drive.

Date: Tuesday March 31, 2020

Time: 8:00am - 2:00pm

Location: WHS Spectator Gym

Who can participate?: Students 16 years of age and older, Staff Members + Spouses or Significant Others.


State Champion team 574D Immortal - Wesley Hays, Nathan Smith, Noah Beckner, and Jack Collins and State Finalist Team 574C Centurion - Taylor Fiedeke, Evan Rassi, and Evan Brower

The Wawasee Iron Pride Robotics Team are the Indiana VEX Robotics State Champions and State Runners Up for the second year in a row. Wawasee’s 574D, ranked 5th, allied with Triton Central High School, facing off against Wawasee’s 574C, ranked 19th, and Portage High School in a battle royale for the title! The competition was fierce during the first of the best of three rounds. 574D came out on top with points, but their Triton Central partners accidentally knocked a scoring cube into their opponent’s scoring zone resulting in an automatic DQ for round 1 and giving C the first win. 574D fought back hard in the next round winning cleanly 46 to 38. Wawasee Alumni Joseph Kelsheimer was the official announcer for the match and called the play by play announcing that the next round would determine the State Championship, “Unless of course it ends in a tie,” foreshadowing the most heated match of the day and a score of 55 to 55 leaving the crowd astonished. Both sides were evenly matched, but 574D and Triton Central Edged out 574C and Portage in a finale that had the crowd at Lucas Oil Stadium on its feet with a score of 51 to 46.


Pow Wow Dress Up Days

Tomorrow- Jersey Day

Wednesday- VSCO or Eboy Day

Thursday- Beach Day

Friday- Class Colors (Freshman- Red, Sophomores- Black, Juniors- Green, Seniors- Blue)


Pow Wow

This Friday

This year the money earned from Pow Wow will go to support former custodian, Byron Oswald, and his fight against cancer. Byron worked here at Wawasee for 27 years and made a huge impact on our school. He was loved by many staff and students and it is our job to give back to him this year by participating in Pow Wow 2020.

More Information:

Where: Wawasee High School

When: This Friday from 6:00-9:30pm

Cost: Entrance to the event is free but there are some activities that require a wristband, wristbands cost $5.

Food: Food will be sold at Pow Wow in the Commons


***This event is ONLY open to Wawasee High School students, students from other schools are not allowed at Pow Wow***


Free Activities:

Ping Pong Cornhole Just Dance/Karaoke Video Games

Card Games Board Games Photo Booth Gaga Ball


Wristband Activities:

Car Smash Joustine Ring Bubble Soccer Sports Teams

Sign-up costs:

Volleyball-$15 per team

Dodgeball-$20 per team

3 on 3- $10 per team


Hey Students. Do you need some service hours? This Saturday from Noon-2:30 pm, at the Syracuse Community Center, you can help your friends clean up cigarette butts in Syracuse with the Voice Core Leadership Team. There will be games—Plinko and trivia; food—pizza, chips, water, prizes—Taco Bell gift cards, and music as well as an opening and closing ceremony. There’ll also be people there to start conversations about tobacco and e-cigarette use. Looking for hidden jars with notebooks and pencils just for fun, to start a conversation with someone new or leave their thoughts and stress.


Wawasee Spin Club

Dance & Spin with us!

Ever wonder what color guard is? Join us to learn how to dance and spin a Flag. Spin Club is a fun new extra curricular club for the spring of 2020. No experience necessary. We will teach you everything you need to know. Bring a friend with you. Flags will be provided.


Who: All current 9th grade - 12th grade students

When : March 14th & 28th 8-11 am

April: 18th & 25th 8-11 am

May : 9th & 23rd 8-11 am

Where: Meet @ Wawasee Middle School Choir Room


Attire: Stretchy dance or gym clothing only (no jeans or khakis). Tennis shoes with socks. Hair must be pulled back into a ponytail or bun. No hats or baggy clothing. Bring water with you. *You must have a physical on file*

Submit any questions to Mrs. Pickler: spickler@wawasee.k12.in.us

Join Spin Club in Google Classroom : dzxzbsw


Sports:

Friday night, the Varsity Boys Basketball team took on Lakeland in sectional semi-final action at NorthWood. The Warriors won 56-45. Austin Miller led with 28 points. Saturday night, the Warriors played NorthWood for the sectional championship and lost 32-49 ending their season. They finished with a winning season 14-10. Good Job Gentlemen!


Congratulations to Aundreya Wegener as she competed in the IHSAA Regionals at Huntington North Saturday. She finished 13th ending her season. Great Job Aundreya!