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This year at WCHS, we are excited to be implementing an initiative entitled Sources of Strength. This group is comprised of 70 peer leaders and 25 adult advisors, who completed a training with national certified trainers. Sources of Strength will be striving to implement messages of hope, help, and strength throughout the school. We will focus on 8 core areas of strength. These strengths are family support, positive friends, mentors, healthy activities, generosity, spirituality, medical access, and mental health. 

The mission statement of Sources of Strength is as follows:

We are a group of diverse students and adults from many different corners and cultures of our school and community. We believe that life has ups and downs, that all of us will go through good times and tough times. Our mission is to ensure that during the rough times no one gets so overwhelmed or hopeless that they want to give up.

Our mission is to spread Hope, Help, and Strength into every corner of our community.   

Our mission is to help students and staff turn to their strengths and their supports that are all around. We are Connectors to Help and Strength.

Our mission recognizes that our voice  has great power and we use it to BREAK the SILENCE when someone is struggling, and to connect them to the help they need and deserve.   

We Spread Hope by focusing on stories of strength, rather than on stories of trauma. We know our most powerful impact comes from our personal actions, conversations, and messages that use our music, our art, our writing, our activities, our social media, our culture, and our voice. This gives life to our efforts.

We are Sources of Strength!!

If you are a parent of a Sophomore or Junior, we have attached a counseling presentation for you. This presentation covers diploma requirements, testing, dual credit and AP courses, and much more!

Please let your student's grade level counselor know if you have any questions.
Happy Last Week of School, Tigers!

The Roar staff is beyond excited to publish the final issue of the school year: the annually anticipated Senior Issue*. It is a 20 page, full color issue that highlights the seniors, what went on in 2017-2018, and much more!

In my first year as advisor for this amazing group of writers, I have been lucky to see amazing hardwork, dedication, innovation, and cooperation. These staffers, along with their editors, really worked hard all year to come together and create great content for our school. I have learned more from these students than I can say, and I feel so fortunate to have been given the opportunity to walk alongside them as they created this work.

Thank you for your support this year! I have seen the number of downloads and the number of papers we've passed out rise, and it is wonderful to see so many people reading The Roar! Thank you!

We will miss our seniors, but we know that they are headed toward beautiful journeys and we can't wait for them to report back to us! 

If using the program Preview to view The Roar online, you can select "Two Page" under the "View Tab" This allows you to see the newsmagazine as you would in print! With the proper pages side-by-side! If using a different program, try clicking your view options and checking if there is a double page option!

Check out the Senior Issue Here --> May Issue: Seniors 2018

Check out Past Roar Issues Here --> The Roar

*Credit for the Cover Artwork Inspiration goes to music artist Drake and his creative team

Seniors:  If you have not yet ordered your graduation cap and gown, a Herff Jones representative will be here during all lunch shifts on Friday, Jan 12th to collect late orders.  Graduation is just around the corner so you need to get your order placed as soon as possible.  Please stop by the Herff Jones table during lunch on Friday, Jan 12th to place your order.


WARSAW – Warsaw Community High School Track & Field standout Mariah Harter made it official on Tuesday, inking a letter of intent to attend Huntington University and run Track & Field for the Foresters.

Harter, a four-year letter winner for coach Scott Erba, has been a reliable performer for the Lady Tiger program. Harter’s efforts last year not only helped her 4x100 relay team establish a school record, it turned into a state-runner up performance that was the 12th best time the history of Indiana girls track & field. Harter also competes in the 100 and 200 for the Tigers and is hoping to return to Indianapolis this season once again.

Harter’s efforts last year were noticed as she earned Most Improved for the Lady Tigers, and she credits the Lady Tiger Track & Field program and Coach Scott Erba for preparing her for the challenges of competing at the next level.

The speedy senior not only has left an impression on the track, her efforts in the classroom, school and community have been noteworthy as well. A member of the Octagon Club, Tiger Student Athletic Board, and National Honor Society, Harter has also served the past five years with Warsaw Community Church where she has functioned as a Small Group Leader. In the classroom, Harter has been impressive as well, with her hard work resulting in a tremendous 10.87 Grade Point Average on a 12-point scale.

Harter, intending to major in Social Work, hopes to attend Huntington for three years and earn a degree while running for coach Tom King.

The Foresters compete in the NAIA and the Crossroads Conference.

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