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WCSD Board to meet May 23 and May 31

The Westerville City Schools Board of Education will convene in a regular board meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 23 at the district's Early Learning Center, 936 Eastwind Drive, in Westerville.

Expiring USDA waivers end free school meal program Food service pic

The United States Department of Agriculture waivers that have provided no-cost school meals to all students across the nation expire at the end of the school year. This means Westerville City School District families will have to resume paying for breakfast and lunch school meals when students return to class after summer break. 

One Westerville Scholarship recipients for the 2021-22 school year announced 2022 One Westerville Scholarship recipients

The 2022 recipients of the One Westerville Scholarship are Leora Kayihura of Westerville Central High School, Maya Chaffin of Westerville North High School and Michael Donkor of Westerville South High School. Winners were announced at their respective Evening of Excellence events.

New Orleans cuisine firmly planted in Columbus, thanks to alumni sisters whose roots extend into Westerville’s schools and community Janvier Ward and Maxx Ohakim

District alumni Janvier Ward and Maxx Ohakim speak highly of their days in Westerville City Schools and their love of the Westerville area community. Ward, a 2002 graduate of Westerville North High School, was known for her leadership as class vice president and as a member of numerous clubs, while Ohakim, a 2008 Westerville Central graduate, was known for her prowess on the basketball court. 

WNHS juniors focus on mental health awareness as part of Central Ohio research collaborative project WNHS OSU Research Collaborative

When a group of juniors at Westerville North High School considered what change they’d want to see in their school, they focused their efforts on mental health and surveyed their peers to get a pulse on the issues they are currently facing. 

Wilder Equity team celebrates work with students and parents Wilder equity celebration

Wilder Elementary’s equity team has steadily been building its efforts to create a more equitable school community.

WCHS hosts tour for Genoa eighth-graders new to the United States Genoa tour at WCHS

The Genoa Middle School eighth-graders approached Westerville Central High School for a building tour on Wednesday — months before they launch their high school career as a freshman in the fall.

Westerville Black Parent Association serves as a resource for WCSD families Westerville Black Parent Association

Westerville City School District families interested in learning how to support their Black students can join the Westerville Black Parents Association (WBPA), a collective of parents and educators who advocate for and support Black students and families to enhance the overall well-being, experience, and outcome of the district's Black students.

WCHS hosts annual Military Commitment Signing Day WCHS Military Signing Day

Eight Westerville Central High School seniors who have chosen to enlist in the military following graduation were honored in the school’s annual Military Signing Day on Wednesday.

Westerville Education Foundation names Teachers of the Month for April WEF TOTM April

Kim Murray, a Spanish teacher at Genoa Middle School, Ashley Kellogg, a fourth-grade teacher at Fouse Elementary, and Kristy Hageman, a third-grade teacher at Alcott Elementary have been named Westerville Education Foundation’s (WEF) April Teachers of the Month.

WCSD Gifted Coordinator named President-Elect of Ohio Association for Gifted Children

Caley Nestor Baker, coordinator of Gifted Education and Professional Development at Westerville City Schools, has been recently elected as President-Elect of the Ohio Association for Gifted Children’s governing board.

WSHS jazz band and orchestra earn top honors at Kings Island’s Festival of Music showcase

The Westerville South High School Wildcat Jazz Band and Orchestra received Superior ratings and earned first place at King Island’s Festival of Music showcase on May 14.

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