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    10:45 a.m. - As of approximately 10:45 a.m., power has been restored at Westerville North High School. Students will continue with their day as planned. Thank you.

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    9:30 a.m. - A portion of Westerville North HS is without power. However, the school day is continuing as planned, including lunch service. Crews from the school district, City of Westerville, and other utility services are on site to review the situation and make any needed repairs. Any interior classrooms in the portion of the building without power will be relocated to areas with light. Members of our district's Academic Affairs team have been sent to the school to support instruction. We will keep families informed of any important developments.

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Superintendent Dr. John Kellogg announces resignation for new career opportunity Superintendent Dr. John Kellogg

The Westerville City School District (WCSD) Board of Education on Monday approved the resignation of Superintendent Dr. John R. Kellogg, who has accepted a new Superintendent in Residence position that will work jointly with Columbus State Community College (CSCC) and the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO).

New club for EL students at WNHS and WSHS builds connections with peers, school and community Community Activity Club with WNHS and WSHS

Throughout the year, English Learner students at Westerville North and Westerville South high schools have gathered once a month to connect with each other and their school community and experience what it means to be a teenager in the U.S.

Feedback sought for WCSD’s Federal One Plan

Westerville City Schools is seeking feedback regarding its Federal One Plan, a required plan that the district creates to link programming/supports to federal funding streams and is focused on improving outcomes for all students. 

Award-winning author talks about social responsibility, Holocaust during visit with WNHS English students Author Liza Weimer visits WNHS

Author Liza Wiemer visited the classroom of Westerville North High School English teacher Aaron Taylor and his student teacher, Kalina Kozlowski, on Monday for a discussion about her book, “The Assignment.” Students recently read the book as part of their Contemporary Literature class or Advanced Placement English Language and Composition course.

Heritage Middle School engineering students create indoor recess games for peers Heritage engineering students create indoor recess games

Heritage Middle School students now have new game options for indoor recess in the school’s media center thanks to Jason Siwek’s engineering students. 

WNHS senior signs letter of intent to play athletics in college WNHS college signing Bopp

Westerville North High School senior Carson Bopp signed a letter of intent to play football at the University of Findlay on Wednesday. 

Diabetes Dash 5K Run/Walk organized by WNHS student is July 23 Diabetes Dash logo

The fifth annual Diabetes Dash 5K Run/Walk originally organized by Westerville North High School student Ryan Washburn is July 23 at the Westerville Sports Complex. 

Four WCSD middle school students earn scholarships to Be WISE Camp at Muskingum University Be WISE camp logo

The Westerville Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), with cooperation from the WCSD Gifted Education Department, has awarded four $325 partial scholarships to the Be WISE Camp at Muskingum University in New Concord this summer. 

Two WCSD middle school students shine at state MathCounts competition 2023 Math Counts

Two Westerville middle school students competed in the Ohio State MathCounts competition on March 11 at Columbus State Community College.

Mason Wu, an eighth-grader at Blendon, placed 29th while Anna McCracken, a seventh-grader at Walnut Springs, placed 43rd in the competition that featured 162 competitors across Ohio.

4-Hawks 4-H Club offers WCSD middle and high school students opportunities to work on a variety of projects

Westerville middle and high school students interested in 4-H are invited to join the 4-Hawks 4-H Club.

Westerville Parent Council announces 2022-23 GEM Award recipients 2022-23 GEM award winners

Westerville Parent Council and Roush Honda of Westerville have announced the recipients of the 2022-23 Great Educator Mentor (GEM) Award, which is presented to individuals who go the extra mile to make a positive impact in the classroom and schools.

WSHS plans media center dedication in honor of Wildcat trailblazer and retired principal on March 23 Joy Rose dedication

The Westerville community is invited to join Westerville South High School as it unveils the Joy Rose Center for Excellence on March 23.

The Westerville Board of Education in October approved a resolution to name the school’s recently renovated media center after retired WSHS principal Joy Rose, who made school and district history during her 36 years of service to the school. She retired in 2004. 

She and her family will be on hand during the ceremony, which starts at 3 p.m.

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