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2014-2015 Parent-Student Handbook
Introducing our Parent-Student Handbook for the 2014-15 School Year.
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WCS Middle School Dream Council

Forty-one WCS middle school students gathered at the central office to move our mission forward.

Students declared four ways they will pursue dreams and enrich the lives of others.

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Collaboration with Uganda

Dr. Boyd’s health classes collaborated with students across the sea in Uganda, Africa on March 25.  Dr. Boyd connected with Muhanga Modern Primary School to discuss health and wellness across the globe.  Students will be sharing cultures and contrasting nutrition and physical education practices between our school and theirs.  

NELMSC Academic Super Bowl at Wawasee

The sky seems to be the limit for our very own Lakeview Tigers this year. Last Thursday night, the Lakeview Middle School Academic Super Bowl team rocked the competition during the Warsaw Academic Super Bowl Invitational at Wawasee Middle School. The theme of this year’s competition was “The Grandeur that was Rome” which covered a variety of topics Greek/Roman, including Greek/Roman mythology, Roman epics/poetry, Roman history and agriculture, planetary science, and Roman numerals in math problems.  Students were gathering together to practice anywhere from one to three times a week, and many students competed in multiple subject areas. 
The English team, led by English Coach Miss Megan Sumner, took 1st place overall competing against 8 schools in the area. In addition, the Interdisciplinary team, which included students from multiple subject areas, tied for 1st place with Crestview, a feat that has never been achieved because no tie-breakers could separate them.
“There are no words to describe how proud I am,” gleamed Miss Sumner, leader of the English team, “the kids worked so hard these past few weeks, and they truly deserve it, all of the kids do.”

The Area contest will be held on April 18th at Wawasee Middle School and will determine their standings in the State. Teams that place in the top ten will be recognized by the State of Indiana for their achievements.

National Geographic Bee Semifinalist

"Lakeview Middle School seventh-grader Emmanuel “E.J.” Alexis, son of Ducamel and Ceaneh Alexis, was notified by the National Geographic Society that he is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2015 Indiana Geographic Bee, sponsored by Google and Plum Creek.
This is the second level of the National Geographic Bee competition, which is now in its 27th year, according to a press release from National Geographic.
Local Geographic Bees were held in schools with fourth- through eighth-grade students throughout the state to determine each school’s winner. School-level winners then took a qualifying test, which they submitted to the National Geographic Society. The National Geographic Society invited the students with the top 100 scores in each of the 50 states, District of Columbia, Department of Defense Dependents Schools and U.S. territories to compete at the state level.
The 2015 Indiana Geographic Bee will be held on the campus of IUPUI in Indianapolis March 27.
The state winner will receive $100 and a trip to Washington, D.C., to represent Indiana in the National Geographic Bee finals to be held at National Geographic Society headquarters May 12 to 14. The national winner will receive a $50,000 college scholarship and lifetime membership in the Society.
The national winner will also travel (along with one parent or guardian), all expenses paid, to the Galápagos Islands, where he/she will experience geography firsthand through up-close encounters with the islands’ unique wildlife and landscapes. Travel for the trip is provided by Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic. Visit for more information on the National Geographic Bee.
National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo WILD will air the final round of the 2015 National Geographic Bee, moderated by new host Soledad O’Brien, May 15 at 8 p.m. ET on the National Geographic Channel and Nat Geo Wild. Check local Public Broadcasting Stations listings for date and time in your area."


Chemical Spill

Lakeview students Sarah Kaser and Jessica Monsivais feeding the native fish that live in the aquarium at Lakeview Middle School. 

Center for Lakes and Streams staff visited Lakeview Middle School Friday to speak to students about the recent Warsaw Chemical Co. fire and resulting lake contamination.

According to a press release from the center at Grace College, students at Lakeview Middle School studied and learned about local lakes through the Center for Lakes & Streams program that provides sponsored aquariums to local classrooms and organizations. The aquarium in the classroom is sponsored by the Winona Lake Preservation Association and exhibits native fish and plant species like those found in local Indiana lakes.
Over 325,000 gallons of water were used to put out the Warsaw Chemical Co. fire. Much of this water carried chemicals, such as perfumes, dyes and surfactants, into Winona Lake. While these chemicals have not yet yielded an observable adverse effect on Winona Lake wildlife, the incident is a reminder that the Winona Lake community must consider best practices to prevent this from happening in the future, according to the release. 
Staff members Madisson Heinl and Caitlin Yoder spoke to the students about the value of everyday actions and how these actions have either a positive or negative effect on local waterways. During the presentation, students learned that, while they do not use nearly 325,000 gallons of water each day, their daily choices can impact local waterways in other small ways. 
The Center for Lakes and Streams collected samples following the Winona Lake chemical spill. The samples are being analyzed for their impact on Winona Lake, the community and the surrounding wildlife. 
Sponsored aquariums are installed in classrooms and organizations around Kosciusko County by the center. Most recently, an aquarium sponsored by the Hand Family Foundation was installed in Mentone Elementary School, stretching the program to be countywide. These aquariums assist students in learning the importance of making wise choices concerning local waterways.  


Excellence in Education Award

Congratulations to Christy Swartzentruber in honor of outstanding performance, dedication and humanity.
Excellence in Education Award from Warsaw Community Education Association . 

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