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The ASVAB is March 20th, at WCHS. You still have time to register!
See the counseling office if you have any questions. 
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Due to the upcoming ISTEP test, WCHS will be modifying its schedule to meet the needs of students during the testing window.

ISTEP testing begins the week of Feb. 26 and goes until March 9. Students will test with their classroom teachers. This means testing in math, English and biology will occur during the related class period.  To accommodate the length of the tests, the high school will run a double block schedule the first week of ISTEP testing.

During the week of Feb. 26, WCHS students will begin testing in English on Monday.  

February 27 will be an even block day with no late arrival. Students will have enrichment, then periods 2, 4 and 6 for 90 minutes each.  February 28, will be an odd period block, Thursday will be normal late arrival then even period block schedule. March 2 will be an odd period block.

On Feb. 27, students will report to Enrichment at 7:40 a.m., then begin English section 2 testing and attend classes according to a block schedule for periods 2, 4 and 6. 

The following week, WCHS will begin testing for the math section of ISTEP. On Monday and Tuesday, the schedule will follow a regular format for periods 1-7 with math sections one and two. Biology section one testing will be March 7 and 8, normal block schedule on these days.

Testing will take place for juniors retaking the ISTEP and sophomores completing the English and math testing requirements. Students will test with their math or English teacher during their class periods. Biology testing will take place for all freshman and sophomores currently taking biology.

Student attendance is important during ISTEP testing. Please ensure students bring a fully charged iPad for testing every day. Proper sleep and nutrition are vital for student success on these required assessments for graduation. From Feb. 26 through March 2, the cafeteria will also have free breakfast for students. 


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REMINDER!! ASVAB- Warsaw Community High School, March 20, 2018

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Hello Sophomore and Junior Parents,

    Today your students were given their PSAT results from October. Attached you will find an explanation on how to read your students results as well as an example student page. 

Khan Academy is a wonderful FREE resource for your students to prepare to retake the PSAT or take the SAT.  Khan Academy pairs with College Board so students are able to link their PSAT and SAT scores to this tutoring site. This allows them to get guided tutoring based on areas that they could improve.  Find out how!! Click Here

Your student's PSAT scores will be utilized in multiple ways including Advanced Placement Potential and Dual Credit eligibility. PSAT is not the only factor in these opportunities but they are considered. 

Your students scores are also available at 

If you have further questions based on your student's PSAT results please contact your student's school counselor:

Rhonda Graney- Class of 2019

Rochelle Sears-Class of 2020

PSAT Example Results 

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