30 Warsaw Community High School seniors earn Kosciusko’s Work Ethic Certificate

Row 1/Front Row L to R: Olivia Alspaugh, Lex Desenberg, Remi Beckham, Kristen Coates, Courtney Chookie, Allison Ulery Row 2 L to R: Lynnea Nelson, Keagan Rice, Kimmi Owens, Nathanial Pollnow,  Lydia Harrison, Mackenzie Hamilton, Taryn Whetstone Row 3 L to R: Wesley Reeder, Justin Heinsman, Jack Horoho, Isaiah VanPuffelen, Valerie Messmore, Abigail Doberstein, Jeremy Campbell Row 4/Back Row L to R: Anthony Bass, Gavin Gunder, Caleb Beam Not pictured: Vanessa De Angel Antonio, Emily Kitson, William Robison, Kayla Werner, Charissa Wilson, Dylan Jones, and Rachel Yeager (photo supplied / WCHS)

This year, 30 students from Warsaw Community High School earned Kosciusko’s Work Ethic Certificate. The certificate recognizes students with future-ready skills and gives perks to students who work for partnering companies of the program.

The partnership between the school and different companies links highly qualified graduates to job opportunities in the community. Qualifications for the program include a high attendance rate, no discipline issues, GPA of C- or higher, work or community service hours and demonstration of future ready skills during their senior year.

Students who met the established criteria earned cords to wear to graduation, a covering for their chair at graduation and a certificate signed by the governor. To learn more about the program, contact Jill Jackson or visit the Warsaw Area Career Center website.