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School Board Approves 2017 Meeting Calendar
District Curriculum Specialist Appointed to State Science Standards Revision Committee
Westerville Education Foundation Awards $6,763.75 in Grants
Plan for Early Release on January 26
Westerville Education Challenge Hosts Rock this Town 80s Party on February 3
Intra-District Open Enrollment Application Deadlines are Announced
Time to Nominate Your Favorite GEM
Westerville City Schools Kindergarten Registration Planned
Wonders of Westerville will take on Harlem Wizards February 6
School and Police Personnel Complete Youth Mental Health First Aid Course School and Police Personnel
Westerville Education Foundation Names Teachers of the Month for December
BOE to Meet in January
Students Thrive at 11th Annual Elementary Leadership Summit Students help blindfolded peers find balls and place them in a basket
Hanby and Emerson Students Celebrate Art and Music Hanby students perform in A Kid’s Life
Hanby’s Diane Plumb Lauded for Stellar Performance on RESA Diane Plumb pictured Principal Monica Brown
Thank You Veterans! Heritage Veterans
Otterbein Students Create Ceramics with Hanby First Graders Students search outside for things in nature that can be used to create patterns in clay.
Third Graders Wow Huge Crowd with Nations Together in Song Third grade students from Emerson, Hanby, Hawthorne, Huber Ridge, and Whittier elementary school perform a world cultures concert titled Nations Together in Song
Shopping at smile.amazon.com will Benefit Westerville Education Foundation
Westerville’s Mike Ward Publishes Common Sense Approach to Custodial Work Mike Ward holds his recently published a book titled, Who Swings Your Mop?  The Common Sense Approach to Custodial Work.
Bowl-A-Thon Preparations are Underway; Executive Bowlers Sought
Westerville Education Foundation Names Teachers of the Month for October
High School Hall of Fame Nominations Sought
Nine Westerville City Schools Employees Earn A+ Awards Nine Westerville City Schools employees pose after receiving their A+ Awards
Calling All Bowlers!