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Warrick County High School Students

Today the Warrick County School Corporation announced a move to Level Yellow on the Safe School Re-entry plan. The decision to move to Level Yellow has been approved by the local Health Department and is in response to increased positive tests for COVID-19 in our community and among our high school student population. Therefore, beginning November 30, 2020, through December 18, 2020, all WCSC students in grades 9 through 12 will move to a virtual instruction format. All students in grades K through 8 will remain status quo in Level Green.

During this time, all three Warrick County high schools will remain open for students who need access to the internet or feel their needs are better met on-site. All students requiring intense interventions will continue to report to their assigned classroom or specified area determined by the building-level administration. Students who choose to attend on-site will be assigned to a safe area in the building and will be provided breaks throughout the day as they learn virtually. Transportation will be provided to all students who choose to complete their virtual learning on-site as regularly scheduled. Breakfast and lunch will also be made available to all students learning on-site.

The full plan can be viewed here: Warrick County Schools Hybrid Plan

Posted on 20 Nov 2020

For up to date COVID-19 information, including safety data, virtual information and a quick attendance reference, please view our COVID-19 Page

Posted on 29 Jul 2020
Notice of Intent to Sell Bonds
Posted on 09 Jul 2020
Destruction of Records

The Warrick County School Corporation, Department of Special Education, announces its intention to destroy graduate records that were developed to provide a Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in Warrick County Schools. This notice is in compliance with federal, state and local policies.

Records will be destroyed on July 1, 2020 based on the following criteria:
Students who graduated with a high school diploma in 2016-2017.
Students who received a certificate of completion in 2016-2017.

These records will be destroyed as they are no longer needed for educational planning purposes. A parent who is a legal guardian or student (18 years old or older) may request records prior to destruction by contacting the Special Education Records Office at 812-897-6578. You will be required to produce identification or provide verification data to acquire these records.

Posted on 16 Jun 2020

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