Wednesday, March 3rd

FOUND: prescription glasses in the brickyard. See Mrs. Baird in the main office.

Mr. Walmer sent out a cafeteria menu survey on Friday. Please fill that out. Here’s the link:

Here is the February Pathways CTE Newsletter link:

The National Guard will be at Wawasee High School today with their Mobile Unit outside of the Cafeteria. They will be here to answer any questions you might have about the National Guard during your lunch time.

Tickets are on sale now for CLUE!

Tickets are available in Mrs. Bonner's room (A108) OR online at:

Adults $10, Senior Citizens $8. STUDENTS $7.00

There are two casts!

March 19 and 27 performers:

WADSWORTH Andrik Bautista

YVETTE Claire Beer

MISS SCARLET Bronwyn Bonner

MRS. PEACOCK Sophia Rush

MRS. WHITE Brynn Jamora


PROFESSOR PLUM Robert Schmucker

MR. GREEN Colten Edgar

SWING CHARACTERS (Both casts) Izabelle Espinoza. Clay Coblentz

March 20 and 26 performers:


YVETTE Windsor Bonner


MRS. PEACOCK Serena Lesko

MRS. WHITE McKenna Clay


PROFESSOR PLUM Jackson Charles

MR. GREEN Ethan Dennis

SWING CHARACTERS Izabelle Espinoza. Clay Coblentz

This past weekend Key Club held their annual District Leadership Convention virtually. While many things have been turned upside down, these students continued to excel in their commitment to service and their community and I am proud of them.

Phoenyx Niedermeyer was once again chosen as the Distinguished Secretary of the Year. She was chosen from many Secretaries around the state. Phoenyx continues to amaze me with her servant's heart and I am very proud of all that she has accomplished.

Ayla Torres was also voted in by her peers as our new Land of Lakes Lt. Governor. She will be working hard with our District Leadership Executive Board at the state level. She also has a huge servant's heart and is always looking for a way to help improve our school and community.

I also want to thank Kiah Farrington and Anny Lin for running for a District Executive position. They did an amazing job this year!

Mrs. McKinney

We had another great year for DECA! I (Mrs. Long) am so incredibly proud of all that they have accomplished this year with all the changes that have happened with COVID.

Highlights for the day are:

Tate Cowan placed 4th in Entrepreneurship (Qualified for International Competition)

Mckenzie Long and Nicole Beer finalist in Marketing Management Team event.

Taylor Cripe and Leo Wrage finalist in Business Law and Ethics Team event.

Softball tryouts will be Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday (03/08, 03/09, 03/10) from 3:30-6:30PM in the school gym.

GOLFERS- Reminder- All paperwork and physical must be in by March 15. Any questions contact coach Coverstone or the Athletic Department.

Wawasee Unified Track

Any student that would like to join Unified Track please attend the first practice in the auxiliary gym on Tuesday, March 9th from 3:30 to 4:30. Please make sure you have a physical on file with the athletic department and the register my athlete completed before the first practice. Also, be prepared to practice outside. If you have any questions please contact Coach Snider or Coach Knepp. We are looking forward to a great season!

The IHSAA Class 3A Boys’ Basketball Sectional #21 continues Friday night. Wawasee will play NorthWood at West Noble in a semi-final game. Tip off is at 7:45 pm. Tickets will be sold at the door. West Noble is asking fans not to enter the gym until after 7:20 pm so they can sanitize the gym after the first game. This game will be broadcast on 93.7 FM The Mix and

Sports Results:

The Varsity Boys’ Basketball team defeated Tippy Valley in the first round of the IHSAA Sectional at West Noble 53-48. Caden Welty led with 16 points.

Sports Schedule:

There are no events scheduled for tonight.

WCSC Central Office

801 S. Sycamore St.

Syracuse, IN 46567