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Warsaw Community Schools requires you to submit your child’s health forms on CareDox, our digital health platform.

How do I complete health registration?


Yes - Great, you’re ready to register.
No - Contact your school to update your email address. CareDox will receive it within 24 hours.


Sign up using the direct link that is emailed to you from
Or go to our district link: 

What happens after health registration?

AFTER YOU SUBMIT Your school nurse will approve or request more information if they have questions.

THIS SCHOOL YEAR Your school nurse will see your child’s conditions, medications, allergies, and more. You will receive email notifications when your child visits the nurse, if their medication is running low, and more.

NEXT SCHOOL YEAR Your child’s health record will be saved, so all you have to do is update information that has changed.

Complete your child’s information here: as soon as possible or by August 13, 2018
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2018-19 Registration now open!

Registration for the 2018-19 school year is now open for new and returning students!

The registration is online and typically takes less than 10 minutes.

Register Today!

You will need a valid email address. Free email accounts can be set up at


Returning students (current WCS and returning transfer students): 

Sign in to the PowerSchool parent portal at and click on the Returning Student Registration link on the left side of the screen.

If you forgot your username and/or password, click “Forgot Username or Password?”

Click here for additional instructions

If you are unable to recover your PowerSchool Parent logon using the log in page’s built-in functionality, please contact WCS at 574-371-5098.

To complete registration, you will receive an additional email to update your child’s health records from CareDox.

Kindergarten/NEW to the District Students (including new transfer students and students who have recently moved into the district and have not previously attended Warsaw Community Schools): 

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To complete registration, you will receive an additional email to update your child’s health records from CareDox.

Any parent wishing to pay for TBR fees via cash or set up a payment plan will need to contact the attending school. For questions please call the Warsaw Community School's Central Office at 574-371-5098.

For parents needing computer assistance, WCS will have open computer lab times at the WCHS campus on July 12,13,16, and 17.  More information will be available soon.
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In social studies, Mrs. Fisher's students analyzed a series of posters called "Hungry Planet" to discover similarities and differences in diet among typical families around the world.  There were some interesting discoveries such as the family from Germany spends on average the most money per week but the family from Chad spent the least due to being in a refugee camp.  The United States on average eats the highest amount of calories and Chad has the lowest, Japan has be best life expectancy and Chad has the lowest. One family has two wives, two families have servants, and one family is mainly adults with only one child.  Foods really vary with guinea pig being common in Ecuador and seafood common in Japan whereas there's no meat on the table with the family in India.  There were many other unique things we learned and discussed with our final question being a debate on which family had the best overall diet based on the picture.  We couldn't come to a conclusion but we agreed that the food pictured for the families in Guatemala and India looked the most healthy. 

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Students had the opportunity to spend lunch with the librarians from Edgewood and the public library!  Thanks to Anna Jackson for joining Mrs. Eberhardt!  Students learned about the public library's summer reading program, enjoyed yummy brownies provided by the librarians, created music with the Makey Makey electronic device, and made music themed crafts.  For more information about the summer reading program, including a link to sign up online, visit their website at Warsaw Community Public Library

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Mr. Howett's classes are launching rockets!  Watch out, Edgewood neighbors!

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