The classrooms and school in general were well kept, up-to-date with smart boards in every class. However, the staffing is sub-par at best. There are a few teachers that try quite hard to stand out and go well beyond what they need to, but the senior and administrative staff are too involved with family and friends favoritism, to allow anyone not in their group to co-exist without strict criticism. Even these hard working teachers cannot break these bonds. Children that do not get along with, or favor, these "special families" and their children; are regularly reprimanded and quickly become out-casts to their peers. The staff has admittedly gone as far as falsely calling DSS on these children and their families to keep from being challenged. Many parents are involved in this school as well; unfortunately those that try are let in; however they usually become the subject of examples to be made for "stricter policies". I fear for any childs' future that crosses the paths of the "favored groups" in the Warsaw school. Unless you are planning to prepare them for a life by rule of fascist dictators; or possibly learning to survive in a prison environment, I would plan to move elsewhere.