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Chromebook Insurance

The Worth Ave. Group is offering Chromebook insurance to the students and faculty of the Warrick County School Corporation (Warrick County, Indiana) for $20.00 a year.  Cost of screen without insurance is $32.  Insurance is not required by the school corporation.

Coverage includes
-Accidental Damage (Drops & Spills)
-Cracked Screen
-Liquid Submersion
-Fire, Flood & Natural Disaster
-Power Surge By Lightning
-Theft & Vandalism


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Deadline to purchase coverage is 9/24/19

Posted on 07 Aug 2019
Early Childhood Screening

Early Childhood Screenings (Age 3-5): August 13 & 14 at Castle High School and August 15 & 16 at WCSC Central Services Building (formerly the old Buy Low building) from 8:30 to 3:00 ~Vision, Hearing, and Developmental skills will be screened free of charge. Please call the Special Education Office for an appointment, 812-897-6578.

Posted on 06 Jun 2019
Immunization Information

The Warrick County Health Department will be going into the schools to give immunizations to students in:

Fall - 6th grade and 12th grade
Spring- 5th grade and 11th grade (to prepare them for the next grade level).  Also we will do 6th graders and 12th graders that need to finish a series of immunizations)
Please watch the school newsletters for paperwork.

Reminder: Student immunization records are required.  Parents should submit student immunization records to the school or contact the school nurse to confirm pending immunization appointments.
Immunization Requirements

Posted on 03 May 2019

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 May 1, 2019 based on the following criteria:
   Students who graduated with a high school diploma in May 2016.
   Students who received a certificate of completion in May 2016.

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 28 Mar 2019

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