Now that we all have these handy dandy iPads, we thought it was time for The Roar to make the jump to technology as well! This year The Roar editors and staff have decided to put the newspaper online as well as offering our usual hard copy papers! We are so proud to bring you stories that show life here at WCHS and that matter to our staff and students. Now, there is no excuse not to have something to read for Everybody Reads time on Wednesday and Thursday! ?
We will have an issue out every other month or so! You can see the next one right before Winter Break!
Boys Basketball season ticket holders... There was a mistake on the form that was sent out to all season pass holders. The Grace College Character of Champions will be part of your season ticket price. More info to come.
The four-letter R word is diminishing toward kickoff, and it's guaranteed to be be a great night at the Tiger Athletic Complex as the Warsaw Tigers face NorthWood in the final home regular-season contest. It is also a great chance to support the Animal Welfare League!
Fans are encouraged to bring an item to the game to help out the animals at the shelter. Items needed are Dry Dog Food, Canned Dog Food, Dry Cat Food, Canned Cat Food, and Grain-Free Dog and Cat Food.
Stop at the tent and see the dogs! They will have information how you can team up with the Tigers and the WCHS Athletic Department and help the Animal Welfare League!
The Warsaw Community High School Media Center supports the mission of Warsaw Community Schools and the curriculum of Warsaw Community High School. Our program, guided by the American Association of School Librarian's Standards for the 21st Century Learner, seeks to empower students as they grow into life-long learners by providing:
instruction in information literacy and learning experiences to help students grow as inquiring critical thinkers, skilled researchers as well as ethical users and communicators of information
intellectual, physical and virtual access to a variety of informational materials
encouragement to read for personal and aesthetic growth
collaboration with teachers to design learning strategies and opportunities to meet the information needs of students within the school curriculum.