Warsaw Elementary has open house for students and parents

| August 25, 2015
NEW SCHOOL YEAR: Warsaw Elementary had an open house for students and parents Friday, Aug. 21 so that students could meet their new teachers and view their classrooms. Pictured here is second grade student, Kaylynn Wylie at her desk. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT

NEW SCHOOL YEAR: Warsaw Elementary had an open house for students and parents Friday, Aug. 21 so that students could meet their new teachers and view their classrooms. Pictured here is second grade student, Kaylynn Wylie at her desk. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT

WARSAW – The hallways of Warsaw Elementary were packed Friday night with students and parents as students met their new teachers for the upcoming school year and had the opportunity to start stocking their desks with school supplies. School officially started for Coshocton County on Tuesday, Aug. 25.

Pat Tumblin, preschool teacher is excited to teach her students all about animals this year.

“We’re wild about preschool this year,” she said. “We’ll be looking at wild animals”

She said for the first time this year, the preschoolers were able to ride on the school bus Monday morning with the kindergarten students so that they could have a little preview of what the school year will be all about. Preschool students officially start on Thursday.

In second grade, Mrs. Sarchet is a new teacher to Warsaw having come from Union Elementary.

“The open house gives the students a chance to bring in their school supplies, meet their teachers, and hopefully get over their first day jitters,” she said.

One of her students, Annie Ward, already had Sarchet as a teacher at Union and is looking forward to having her this year at Warsaw Elementary.

“I’m excited to have Mrs. Sarchet again,” she said. “She is a good teacher.”

Ward said she is looking forward to school starting again, but had a great summer with friends, camping, and a new house.

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