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At the start of the 2019-20 school year, we will continue with our parent/student pick-up and drop-off plan that we used last year. As our major construction projects on the Student Athletic Center and WACC finish up, we will update this plan and communicate our changes at that time.

Below are some explanations of the procedures we are requesting parents and students to follow to assist us with the safety and convenience of everyone coming to the high school.

The drop-off/pick-up area by the WACC entrance is no longer available to anyone.

A Lot: Co-Op student parking only. These students will have a specific parking tag that is assigned by the WACC office. The North A Lot (by soccer field) is open for all student drivers. The four traffic islands separates these two parking lots.
B Lot: Staff parking only with a purple pass. Parent Drop-off/Pick-up when approaching from Logan and Union streets. See Map - green/teal arrow path
C Lot: Staff parking only. Parent drop-off/pick-up approach from HWY 15. See Map - orange arrow path
D Lot: Student and event parking. Due to high traffic, this is not a designated pick-up/drop-off area.


Parents:
There are two designated areas for parents to drop-off/pick-up their students. We will need for parents to choose from one of two approaches to the school so to limit traffic congestion.
Approaching from either Logan or Union streets (by Edgewood MS) follow the the green/teal arrow path towards the building. It is necessary to follow this path so to keep the flow of traffic constant and avoiding congestion as much as possible. The students will enter/exit the building through Door #1 when dropped off or picked up here.
When approaching from HWY 15, turn left (no right turn) towards the southern part of the building. Follow the orange path arrow towards C Lot. The students will enter/exit the building through Doors #47-50 (PAC) when dropped off or picked up here.

The horseshoe parking area on the southern part of the building is restricted to buses only during school arrival and departure times. The parking area behind the Tiger Den/weight room is restricted to staff parking and buses only. This is not a pick-up/drop-off area for students.

Students:
D Lot is for student parking with a WCHS parking tag. Students parking in D Lot can enter the building through Doors #44 & 45. Due to the amount of traffic involved in this lot, this lot is not a designated pick-up/drop-off area.
A Lot on the northside of campus closest to the building is parking for co-op students only that start their day at their worksite and come to school later in the morning. The North A Lot parking lot (closest to the soccer fields) is open for student parking. The vehicles parking in this lot will have a different colored tag distributed by the WACC office by permission of Mrs. Kawsky. Co-op students parking in this lot will need to the enter the building by Door #21.
The road from here will be blocked off to prevent traffic from crossing through to D Lot during arrival and dismissal times. This is to keep vehicles from mixing into the bus traffic behind the building.

Parent/Student Drop Off - Pick Up map

Student Parking Map


Warsaw Community High School will host commencement at 7 p.m. this Friday, June 7.

Doors open at 6 p.m. and attendees must have a ticket to enter.

Multiple entrances will be available as follows:
  • Main Entrance (Door 1),
  • Southeast entrance near C-Lot (Door 51),
  • Two entrances into the Tiger Den (Doors 25 and 29).

Due to construction, the Performing Arts Center will not be used as an entrance.

Handicap seating must be arranged prior to the ceremony and may be arranged by calling the school office at 574-371-5099

Attendees may park in lots A, B, C, D and in the available spots around the bus horseshoe outside the Performing Arts Center.

There shall be no parking in the spaces between lots A and D. This off-limits area is located between the baseball field and the school. Handicap parking will be available behind the pool entrance, which is located on the northwest side of the school.

On November 10, 2017, WCHS students and staff will enjoy a Veteran's Day Convocation in the Performing Arts Center.  Our keynote speaker for the day will be Mr. Thomas Franklin.  Thomas E. Franklin is an American photographer for The Bergen Record, best known for his photograph Raising the Flag at Ground Zero, which depicts firefighters raising the American flag at the World Trade Center.  Assisting in this wonderful event will be students from the JROTC, Band and Choral Depts.  We will operate on alternate 7 period schedule for the day.

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