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    URGENT: Annehurst 1 hour delay 12/8/21

    To ensure coverage of all Westerville City Schools bus routes, the start time for Annehurst Elementary School is being delayed by one hour today, Wednesday, December 8. For Annehurst students who ride the bus to school, their scheduled pickup time is also delayed by one hour. Dismissal this afternoon is at the normal time. Teachers and other staff members will be reporting to school at the normal time, so if your child walks to school, or if you are able to take them to school at the normal start time, staff will be there to care for them.


    URGENT: Middle and High School Early Release 12/8/21

    To ensure coverage of all Westerville City Schools bus routes, all Westerville City School District high schools will be on a one-hour early release and students will follow the early release schedule today, Wednesday, December 8. Additionally, all middle school students will be on a 30 minute early release today, Wednesday, December 8.

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Special School Board Meeting Scheduled for Dec. 7 Canceled

The special Westerville City Schools Board of Education meeting scheduled for Tuesday, Dec.  7 has been canceled. 

WCSD awarded Outstanding Achievement in Popular Annual Financial Reporting Cover of PAFR 2020

Westerville City Schools is receiving national accolades for its most recent Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR), a document that provides an overview of the district’s finances in a user-friendly approach for the community and other interested parties.

Westerville community, civic groups recognize WCSD nurses and health aides Westerville community celebrates WCSD nurses and health aides

Westerville community partners, civic leaders and Westerville City Schools officials honored the district’s 34 nurses and health aides at a surprise gathering Wednesday at Westerville South High School.

Robert Frost third-grader named Kindness Hero for fruit stand fundraiser Kennedy Clark, a third-grader at Robert Frost Elementary, was recognized as a Kindness Hero by Mayor Kathy Cocuzzi.

Kennedy Clark, a third-grader at Robert Frost Elementary, was recognized as a Kindness Hero this week for organizing a fruit stand that raised more than $3,000 for Westerville Christian Church’s Friday Fare program. The service provides food bags to WCSD children so they don’t go hungry over the weekend.

Rotary Club of Westerville December 2021 Student of the Month Rotary Club of Westerville's December Students of the Month

The Rotary Club of Westerville recognized its December 2021 Students of the Month during a Dec. 2 meeting. Throughout the school year, from October through May, the Club honors four students from local high schools each month.

WNHS students partner with CRIS on Thanksgiving morning service project WNHS students volunteer with CRIS during Thanksgiving

Several Westerville North High School students spent Thanksgiving morning volunteering with Community Refugee & Immigration Services (CRIS) to distribute food and toys to residents at Abbey Lane Apartments — home to many Somali families and families of other English Learners in the district.

New internship opportunity provides entrepreneurial high schoolers with real-world experiences Young Entrepreneurs Program logo

The Young Entrepreneurs Program (YEP), a hands-on summer internship that focuses on entrepreneurial thinking and development through practical experience, is set to expand to Columbus with its inaugural class of interns convening in 2021. 

Wilder Run Club preparing for annual Rudolph 5K Run/Walk Wilder Run club runners

Wilder Elementary’s Run Club has been gearing up for the Westerville Lions Club annual Rudolph 5K Run/Walk on Dec. 5.

WNHS’ Chem Gems sale is Dec. 10 Annual Chem Gems soap sale is Dec. 10.

Westerville North High School’s annual Chem Gems Soap Sale runs from 2:05-4:30 p.m. Dec. 10 in Room 247 at the school, 950 County Line Road.

Wilder PTA, staff, students give thanks to their school community Thankful for Our Families event at Wilder

All of Wilder Elementary has been showing just how thankful they are for each other.

District’s latest financial forecast improves slightly, reflects Ohio’s “Fair School Funding Plan”

Despite continuing to be underfunded by the State of Ohio, the Westerville City School District’s (WCSD) most recent Five Year Financial Forecast continues to improve due to federal pandemic relief funds, conservative budgeting practices and, most recently, the impact of the state’s new two-year budget, also known as the “Fair School Funding Plan.”

City of Westerville recognizes WCSD nurses and health aides in proclamation WCSD nurses and health aide recognized in City of Westerville proclamation

Westerville City School District nurses and health aides were among health care workers across the city that were recognized in a City of Westerville proclamation at Tuesday’s City Council meeting. 

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