On Tuesday, I was able to attend the second grade Christmas Concert at the elementary school. The show was a lot of fun, and the students were awesome. This was a lot of work by the teachers and students. A special appreciation goes out to Brandy Mayer for her phenomenal job of coordinating, producing, and conducting the show.
This afternoon, there was an unsubstantiated comment made by a student that required the assistance of the Mt. Carmel police to respond. The administration and the police deemed that comment was not a threat. At no time were any students in danger and school operations were not altered.
Wabash County Health Department will be holding a Walk-In Flu Shot Clinic on Tuesday, November 19th from 3 p.m.-5 p.m.
Wabash CUSD #348 will be closed tomorrow, November 12, 2019, due to hazardous road conditions. Thank you and be safe.
Earlier today, the Elementary and Grade Schools were put on a soft lock down for precautionary reasons. After police investigation, no threat was detected and the schools resumed normal activities.
Wabash County Health Department Flu Shot Clinic "Just For Kids"
Exciting News!!! Dental Safari provided 132 of our students with dental care during their recent visit. They will be returning on Monday, September 30th and Tuesday, October 1st to provide treatment services to those children identified as needing further care. The GREAT NEWS is they will be able to see children for screenings that day also, so if you missed the first chance now is the time to have your child seen. You can contact your child's school to complete the consent form. If you have any questions please feel free to call the school office and speak with the nurse. Thank You!!
Wabash Community School District #348 will have a one hour early dismissal this Friday, September 20, 2019. This includes the entire district. The Homecoming Parade is scheduled to hit Market Street as close to 3:30 p.m. as we can time it. Thank you.
Reminder: Dental Safari will be at Mt. Carmel Grade School tomorrow, September 5th seeing children who have turned in a signed consent form. It is not too late to take advantage of this service, if you would like your child to be seen by the dentist please notify your child's school regarding a consent form. All Kindergarten, 2nd, 6th, and 9th grade students are required to have a dental exam on file for compliance. This is a great opportunity to fulfill that requirement if your child does not have a dental home established. Please feel free to call 262-5104 ext 112 if you have any questions.
Dental Safari forms need to be turned in no later than Tuesday, September 3, 2019. Great opportunity for those who do not have a dental home or the means to see a dentist on a regular schedule. If you have questions please call your child's school.
This is a reminder that the schools will be operating on a 3 hour early dismissal on Friday, August 30th. Schools will be closed Monday, September 2 for Labor Day Holiday. Thank you.
Just a reminder: If you plan to utilize Dental Safari for your child's dental screening, please have consent from signed and returned to your child's school office by this coming Friday, August 30th.
Dental Safari will be visiting our district on Thursday, September 5th and Friday, September 6th and will be giving dental exams to any student who does not have a regular dental home. If your student has not completed the required school examination, this will complete that requirement. Please request a consent form from the office or fill out directly online at www.wabash348.com and clink the Dental Safari link. If you have any question please feel free to call me at 262-5104, ext. 112
ONLINE Registration is now OPEN!!
We are thrilled to announce our new website!!
COMING SOON!!! Wabash CUSD's new App. Stay Tuned!!!!!!!
The MCHS Class of 2019 class photos are in -- those that ordered a copy may stop by the main office M-Th, 8-2:30 to pick up.
MCHS students have several innovate science classes to choose from. One such course is Project Lead the Way's "Human Body Systems." This course is inquiry-driven, project-based and provides the study of basic human physiology, especially in relationship to human health. A central theme is how the body systems work together to maintain internal balance and good health. Students use data acquisition software to monitor body functions and study body structure. Our students have used the pictured Anatomy in Clay Models all year to explore anatomy of the human body. On the last day they added a few "Finishing Touches!"