Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
71 more kids and families made a commitment to college by opening a 529 college savings plan. Currently, 70 percent of our students K-5 grade have a 529 plan. Parkview Health provided $25 to every K-3 student who signed up at school registration. In September, students will be seeking community champions to help support their college savings account. Kindergarten through 3rd graders will be visiting Manchester University during September College Go Week to celebrate the value of education. 529s can be used for accredited higher education programs (universities and vocational schools) and related expenses that are eligible for U.S. Dept. of Education student aid programs.
Summer Science trip
Soccer is Coming!Wabash City Schools started school soccer beginning at Wabash Middle School for the spring and at Wabash High School in Fall of 2016. Wabash City Schools currently offers 17 sports and by adding soccer, they will provide every conference sport for the Three River's Conference. Mr. Greg Martz, Wabash City Schools' Athletic Director, presented at the board meeting stating the addition of soccer fits into Wabash's vision of providing as many opportunities as we can for kids.
Monday, June 8, 2015
College for All
Certificate. This certificate provides 30 college credit hours transferrable to any Indiana state higher education institution. As a school-wide approach, Wabash City Schools is making a profound statement: we believe college is for everyone.