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State changes the testing that will impact the students

Electa Good, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018

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This April, students will once again take End of Course exams for English II, Algebra I, Biology I and Government, but these exams might look a bit different due to a state change in company creating and managing the tests. In addi...

Robotics team gains popularity

Misty Wingender, Staff Writer

February 7, 2018

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Several Warsaw High students have joined other local teens with similar interests in robotics and are finding success at robotics competitions.   Robotics is a branch of technology that has design, construction, operation and...

Privilege turns into punishment for upperclassmen

Ally Estes, Editor-in-chief

February 7, 2018

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  At the beginning of the year, administration made a deal with juniors and seniors on the first day of school. During the first day of school assembly, principal Randy Luebbert announced that if seniors keep their attendanc...

School deals with problem of poor attendance

Brandon Herring, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018

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Attending school seems to be a difficult task for some students and school officials are continuing to look at ways to encourage attendance and punish poor attendance.    According to Principal Randy Luebbert, the school attenda...

Students, faculty consider advantages and disadvantages of four-day schedule

Brenna Smith, Photo Editor

January 30, 2018

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No school on Mondays? This is the question that students, faculty, administrators and parents are considering as the Warsaw R-9 school board debates the merits and pitfalls of adopting a four-day school week.   Superinten...

School color codes hallways for emergency situations

Becky Petesch, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018

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   As someone walks down the hallways in the school right now they will see a small area on each hallway that is painted a different color. This is a new security measure to help when law enforcement has to be called to the school....

Students attempt to avoid flu-season bug

Madi Rozzel, Staff Writer

January 8, 2018

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Warsaw students were hit hard in early December by an illness that closed down a neighboring school - the Norovirus.    “A lot of people have been out with it and that sucks because it's affecting our attendance,” j...

Students get involved in community holiday events

Bonnie Davis, Staff Writer

December 21, 2017

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  Despite the cold evening, many viewers and participants of the downtown Christmas on the Harbor claimed the event was a success. Students helped to make the spirit bright with a marching band performance during the parade o...

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