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Today is National Library Workers Day!  Mrs. Denzer and Mrs. Sapper are the two wonderful ladies who work very hard every day to provide you with the best possible library service.  Please let them know just how much you appreciate all that they do for our school.
Hello, everyone! Here is where you will find the April Open Swim Calendar. You will notice that we will not be open during Spring break, and will resume that following Monday, April 9th. Monday's are free admission, and Tuesday through Thursday are just $1.50 per person.  You may also purchase a family pass for only $15 per month!  As a reminder, if we have a swim meet taking place, no school, or an emergency maintenance, there will be no open swim for that night.  If this should happen, you will see a notification on the Warsaw High School's Athletic website.  

April 2018 Calendar.pdf
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Mallery is a Specialist for the JAG program. This is a class that helps Juniors and Seniors find their purpose, passions and goals for graduation and life after high school. Miss Pierce does fun activities with the students as well as talk about life after high school, job readiness and preparedness. She says the best part of her job is to see her students develop and grow into who they are meant to be everyday and throughout the course of the school year.

Mallery graduated from Indiana Wesleyan University. She loves to hang out with family and friends and do life together. In her free time she enjoys reading, writing letters and hanging out with friends.
Taryn is a Case Manager for students with Disabilities/Behavior Intervention Plans otherwise known as a Behavior Coach. Mrs. Hepler provides services to students with disabilites to assist them to learn appropriate behaviors in the school and community settings. She attends IEP meetings and reports to the students Teacher of Record. She has been in this position for 3 years and hopes to continue for a long time. Taryn loves developing relationships with as many students as she can. She desires to be a safe person that students can cry and laugh with. She is her students biggest fan. She hopes to bridge the gap by filling a void that students might not be receiving at home.

Taryn graduated from Ball State and has been married to Mike for 27 years. They have 4 children, one son and three daughters. She enjoys spending time with family, being outdoors and loves to travel.

Pete Barnett is the Graduation Coach for our students at Warsaw Community High School. This is a program designed to support and encourage those students who do not already have an IEP with additional services. The students that qualify for this program do not fall into one sterotype: they may be struggling academically, have behavioral issues, emotional isues, difficult home lives, custody battles, participate in drug and alcohol abuse programs or any other difficulty that may hinder them from reaching their full potential and graduating High School.

Graduation Coaching Program is a 2-year program in the classroom (freshman/sophomore) where we study character strengths, share in small group settings, have time in class to work, wlecome guest speakers and most importantly develop a relationship that will last 4+years. Mr. Barnett has office hours outside of class time where he meets with every student to discuss what's going on with their lives in a personal and confidential setting. This program is supported locally by Gradway, whose motto is, "Promoting graduation, one relationship at a time".

Mr. Barnett is married with 3 daughters in grades 9, 8 and 5. He attended Valparaiso University and Grace College. He is involved with his children and their activities. In his family time, he enjoys hiking, biking, visiting family and watching TV. Mr. Barnett has started a program with Mr. David Cook from Edgewood Middle School named "ChainBreakers". This is a program sponsored by 2nd Mile Adventures which exists to have positive adult male mentors for teen boys who lack a positive male influence, in addition to potentially bringing some young men into a relationship with Christ. They take the boys riding on the trails in Winona Lake, participate in 2nd Mile Adventures trips, like ski trip and mountain biking trips. We have scholarship opportunities for these boys to take advantage of to attend these trips. We also have them perform some community service and volunteer at the Fat and Skinny Tire Fest.He feels blessed beyond belief to get to do what he does with students on a daily basis.
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