WCSC Announcements

  • There are many things that make West Central a great school. Click here to see just a few.
  • The next West Central School Corporation board meeting is scheduled for Thursday, August 4, 2016, at 7:30 P.M. There will be a budget work session prior beginning at 6:00 P.M.
  • Are you doing your part?  
    Click here for a message from the Public Health Department.

  • 15 year
    Dennis Gutwein presented Sheryl Fritz, Kathy Minnick & Don Street - 15 years at West Central

    20 year 
    Jeff Tanner presented Sherry Humphrey, Lisa Marlatt & Cathy Risner - 20 years at West Central

    25 year
    Jeff Lowry presented Pam Ledford and Mike Harter, not pictured is Monica Franscoviak - 25 years at West Central

    35 year retiring

    Gary Gudeman presented Darla Tanner with a certificate for 35 years and a plaque for her retirement - 35 years & retirement

    Todd Miller presented Julie Hart with the golden bell for her retirement.
  • West Central Elementary School receives collection development mini-grant from the Midwest Collaborative for Library Services

    Francesville—The Midwest Collaborative for Library Services (MCLS) announced today that West Central Elementary School was one of 9 Indiana school libraries selected to receive a $500 mini-grant from MCLS to purchase materials for the library collection.

    The funds were made available to MCLS member libraries through a grant program established by the MCLS Board of Trustees from the proceeds of the sale of the former INCOLSA building in Indiana.

    According to MCLS Executive Director, Randy Dykhuis, “School libraries are vital to student success, yet many of them do not have enough funds to purchase new materials to support the curriculum, keep up with new formats, and support the love of reading. We are happy to be able to contribute to the important work of school libraries through this grant program.”

    The selected school libraries plan to use the grant funds to enhance their collections in various ways, including adding popular teen titles, overhauling their classics collection, purchasing books reflecting their school’s diverse student population, expanding ebook and Playaway audiobook collections, adding graphic novels, and updating a very outdated non-fiction section.

    The following libraries were selected:

    ·         Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation--Columbus North High School
    ·         Danville Community School Corporation—South Elementary Library
    ·         Delphi Community School Corporation—Delphi Community Middle School
    ·         Franklin County Community School Corporation—Franklin County High School (Brookville)
    ·         Marian High School, Loesch Family Library (Mishawaka)
    ·         Rossville Consolidated Schools—Rossville Middle/High School
    ·         South Bend Community School Corporation—Clay Intermediate Center
    ·         Vigo County School Corporation—West Vigo Elementary (Terre Haute)
    ·         West Central School Corporation—West Central Elementary School (Francesville)

    About MCLS

    MCLS is a non-profit, member driven organization whose mission is to facilitate sharing resources and to collaborate with other organizations to benefit Indiana and Michigan Libraries.

  • West Central Middle-Senior High School is soliciting donations to the West Central Educational Foundation.  We are hoping you will support this very worthwhile project.

    Last year, nineteen 2015 graduates received scholarships through this fund.  It is our goal to give as many, if not more, scholarships this year.  No donation is too small.  As in the past, special recognition will be given on Awards Night to all individuals, clubs, businesses and organizations who contribute between twenty-five and two hundred dollars.  Organizations or individuals donating $200 or more may name and set criteria for their scholarship.  The scholarship committee will have sole authority over the administration of the funds and the selection of the scholarship recipients.

    Donations would be appreciated by May 9, 2016, in order to prepare for Awards Night on May 16, 2016.  The committee would like to thank those who have given in the past, as well as supporters of the future.

    You may mail your contributions by using the form here.
  • The West Central School Corporation Communicator is a newsletter published four times per year and circulated throughout the WCSC school community.
    Click to download the LATEST copy of the WCSC Communicator in pdf form.  Past copies of the Communicator can be found on the Document Manager page of this website.

     to download the LATEST 3-month activity calendar.

    Past editions of the Communicator, as well as daily and weekly announcements, can be found on the Document Library.
  • Each year our K-12 students are asked to take a variety of formal assessments in addition to the usual tests and quizzes given at the classroom level.  These assessments include those adopted locally that are used to help us make better decisions about how to meet our students’ educational needs as well as those mandated by the state of Indiana.  Please click here to learn more about the assessments given at each grade level.
  • West Central School Corporation Nurse Arlene Metzger has released the following information concerning immunizations for the school year 2016 - 2017.
    Check HERE for latest updates and Information on immunization requirements.

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West Central School Corporation
Mr. Don Street, Superintendent
117 E. Montgomery St.
PO Box 578
Francesville,IN  47946

V:  219-567-9161
F:  219-567-9761

“Encourage Every Student, Every Day” • Engage - Empower - Educate

West Central High School is an Indiana Four Star School
Congratulations to West Central High School for achieving Four Star status by the Indiana Department of Education!

Non-Discrimination Statement:
Educational services, programs, instruction, and facilities will not be denied to anyone in the West Central School Corporation
as the result of his or age, race, color, national origin, sex, or handicapped condition.