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Annehurst to celebrate 50th anniversary with grand reopening event Sept. 17 Annehurst 50th Anniversary Sign

Westerville parents, students and community members are invited to celebrate Annehurst Elementary’s 50th anniversary with a grand reopening on Sept. 17.

The event also marks the completion of the school’s renovation and expansion project, which started in 2020. 

Former Blendon student presents painting in memory of school counselor Blendon painting in memory of Jane Howland

It’s been decades since Columbus-based artist Marianne Philip walked through Blendon Middle School but memories of her time in her former school with her school counselor, Jane Howland, have remained long after she graduated.

WCHS, WNHS teachers dive into Spanish linguistics at summer abroad program in Uruguay Spanish Summer Seminar in Uruguay

Karlee Michel, a Spanish teacher at Westerville North High School, and Erin Moehl, a Spanish teacher at Westerville Central High School, joined their peers from across the country last month as part of an intensive language workshop in Spanish linguistics in Montevideo, Uruguay.

Westerville City School District Public Notice

The Westerville City School District (WCSD) Board of Education (the Board) hereby gives public notice in accordance with Section 3309.345 of the Ohio Revised Code that George Tsoi, employed by the Board as a crossing guard and cafeteria recess aide, is retired and seeking re-employment with the WCSD in the same crossing guard position.

WOSU Public Media hosts Second Saturday Kids Day on Aug. 13 Second Saturday WOSU

Westerville families can enjoy hands-on educational activities with WOSU Classroom, make their own astronaut helmet out of household materials, create and launch a jumping cup rocket, watch PBS KIDS shows and discover books in the program’s Book Nook. Families will also be able to meet Jet Propulsion from Ready Jet Go! on PBS KIDS.

Free and reduced meal applications available for WCSD families Westerville Food Service Department

Westerville City Schools families can now apply online to have their child/children receive free or reduced-price school meals.

WEF's Glow and Grow event features showcase of WCSD students, schools WEF Grow and Glow logo

Westerville City School parents and community members can learn more about the programs, projects and initiatives throughout the district's classrooms at the Westerville Education Foundation's first-ever Grow and Glow event at the new Minerva France Elementary School. 

Reeves named Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning; other key leadership vacancies filled Scott Reeves

Scott Reeves, who has led human resources initiatives and academic efforts for middle and high schools since joining Westerville City Schools more than a decade ago, has been selected as the district’s next Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning.

WCHS graduate awarded college-sponsored National Merit Scholarship Alyssa Boyd

Alyssa Boyd, who graduated from Westerville Central High School in May, has been awarded a National Merit Scholarship sponsored by the University of Central Florida, where she plans to attend this fall.

WSHS librarian named Ohio School Librarian of the Month for May Brandi Young

Brandi Young, librarian at Westerville South High School, has been named Rosen Publishing’s Ohio School Librarian of the Month Award for May.

WSHS theatre director receives top honor in Tony Awards’ national theatre educator award Matt Wolfe with student

Matthew Wolfe, theatre director at Westerville South High School and the district’s Summer Theatre Enrichment director, is among 18 educators in the country to receive an honorable mention in the Tony Awards’ 2022 Excellence in Theatre Education Award.

Projected ending balances grow slightly in updated Five-Year Financial Forecast

Westerville City School District’s (WCSD) Treasurer/CFO Nicole Marshall presented Board of Education members with a slightly improved Five-Year Financial Forecast to approve during their regular meeting on May 23.  

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