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School Board Approves 2017 Meeting Calendar
Stinger Challenges Robert Frost Students to Get Fit and Stay Active Stinger runs and hi-fives students
District Curriculum Specialist Appointed to State Science Standards Revision Committee
Westerville Education Foundation Awards $6,763.75 in Grants
Westerville Alumni Return as OSU Engineering Hometown Ambassadors Alumni answering class questions
Plan for Early Release on January 26
Westerville Central Thespians Present Pride @Prejudice, by Daniel Elihu Kramer
Advanced Placement Overview Scheduled for January 30 at Westerville North
Operation: Street Smart Adult Drug Education Program Slated for February 8
Parents of Eighth Grade Students Invited to Attend High School 101 on February 9
Leader in Me Comes to Fouse Elementary School
Westerville South High School Announces Football Coaching Change
Westerville Education Challenge Hosts Rock this Town 80s Party on February 3
Intra-District Open Enrollment Application Deadlines are Announced
Early Learning Center Staff Donates $1,200 worth of Goods to W.A.R.M. ELC Christmas tree with donations
Time to Nominate Your Favorite GEM
Blendon Students Serenade Whittier Children with Songs of the Season Blendon Students Serenade Whittier Students
Westerville City Schools Kindergarten Registration Planned
Wonders of Westerville will take on Harlem Wizards February 6
International Baccalaureate Program Informational Meeting is January 26
School and Police Personnel Complete Youth Mental Health First Aid Course School and Police Personnel
Westerville South Student Praised by Washington Post Columnist Jay Mathews
College Credit Plus Program Informational Meeting is January 25
Genoa’s Caley Nestor-Baker is Sunrise Rotary’s Service to Youth Recipient Caley Nestor-Baker surrounded by friends, colleagues, family members, administrators and Rotarians
Rotary Club of Westerville Names January Students of the Month
Westerville Education Foundation Names Teachers of the Month for December
BOE to Meet in January
Westerville High Schools Bring in Nearly $42,000 for Caring and Sharing
Wilder’s Hot Chocolate Holiday Event Celebrates Moms and Female Role Models Wilder student enjoys hot chocolate with a family friend
Westerville City Schools Participate in Hour of Code A Mark Twain fifth grade is advised by volunteer
Westerville South English Teacher Jen Baker Selected as OCTELA Vice-President Jen Baker with four 10th grade students
High School – Sometimes it IS All Fun and Games Westerville Central High School students engage in a game of Trivial Pursuit
Storyteller Lyn Ford Shares her Gift with Fouse Elementary Students Lyn Ford captivated Fouse students with her storytelling
Wilder Students Collect Canned Goods for Charities; Make Ornaments for Senior Citizens Wilder K-KIDS students sit with their collected cans of food
Alcott’s Mitten Tree will bring Much Needed Warmth to Westerville Area Families Student Council members with the mitten tree
Westerville District Marks a Decade of Challenge Day Programs in its High Schools
Whittier Pupils Wow their Audience with “Winter Spectacular” Whittier students perform during the “A Winter Spectacular” concert
It’s All About Respect at Alcott Elementary School Alcott students sing during the Respect Assembly
Westerville City Schools Empower Young People to Say Something and Save Lives
Emerson Students Persuade Westerville City Council to Amend Milkweed Law
Wilder K-Kids Raise Money for UNICEF’s “Project Elimination” Picture of the Wilder Elementary School student-led service club K-Kids
Genoa Students Write 685,190 Words in 30 Days for National Novel Writing Month
Students Thrive at 11th Annual Elementary Leadership Summit Students help blindfolded peers find balls and place them in a basket
Westerville North’s Tom Armstrong to Play Baseball at Point Park University Tom Armstrong and his parents smile after he signs his Letter of Intent
Robert Frost Students Embrace Helping Hands Project Stephen Gale gratefully accepts food collected and bagged by Robert Frost students
Hanby and Emerson Students Celebrate Art and Music Hanby students perform in A Kid’s Life
Walnut Springs Receives Grant for School Library
McVay Students Comfort Ronald McDonald House Families with Snuggly Blankets McVay Elementary students pose with some of the blankets they made to be distributed at the Ronald McDonald House.
Aerianna Booker is 2015-2016 Educational Options for Success Graduate of the Year Aerianna Booker pictured with her grandmother
Westerville South Orchestra Performs at Four Elementary Schools Westerville South Orchestra Performs
Otterbein Softball Players Team Up with Pointview Students to Get Fit and Have Fun A second grade Pointview Elementary student runs after a classmate during a game of “Duck, Duck, Goose”
Westerville South Basketball Standout Kaleb Wesson will Play for Ohio State K Wesson
Diversity is Celebrated at Wilder’s Annual Peace Lunch A View of Wilder’s Annual Peace Lunch
Central Students and Genoa Police Officers Foster Relationships through Bridge Program Genoa Police Officer Rick Lyon speaks with Central students
Alcott’s Massive W.A.R.M. Donation Makes Thanksgiving Happier for Needy Families Alcott’s food and product placed in front of a turkey mascot
Rotary Club of Westerville Names December Students of the Month
Hanby’s Diane Plumb Lauded for Stellar Performance on RESA Diane Plumb pictured Principal Monica Brown
Fouse’s Maria Petrozzi is Sunrise Rotary’s Service to Youth Recipient Maria Petrozzi surrounded by friends, colleagues, administrators and Rotarians
Book Fair Proceeds Will Benefit Alcott Readers Students shopping at book fair
Westerville Education Foundation Names Teachers of the Month for November
School Board Recognizes Issue 59 Co-Chairs Rick Bannister and Mollie Lynch School Board members standing with Rick Bannister and Mollie Lynch
Blendon First Quarter Renaissance Students Skate to Celebrate Picture of three Blendon First Quarter Renaissance Students
Sunrise Rotarians Learn About the Benefits of Challenge Day Stephanie Martin
Genoa Junior Honor Society Members Collect Shoes for Funds2Orgs National Junior Honor Society students photographed with shoes collected
Emerson Students Immersed in International Education Week Square dancers perform for students
Alcott Students and Staff Honor American Veterans Paul McNeal and Safety Patrol members properly fold a USA flag
Thank You Veterans! Heritage Veterans
Westerville Students Participate in All-State Theatre Production
Otterbein Students Create Ceramics with Hanby First Graders Students search outside for things in nature that can be used to create patterns in clay.
Central Warhawks Help Feed the Hungry in Westerville
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
Westerville South High School Recognizes Cats with Class Picture of Westerville South High School students who were recognized as “Cats with Class”
Huber Ridge Girls on the Run Complete 5K at Columbus Commons Picture of Huber Ridge Elementary School Girls on the Run group (fifteen girls in grades 3, 4, and 5).
Westerville South Kicks Off Caring and Sharing Campaign with Inspirational Assembly WSHS students perform in a skit
Westerville High School Seniors Receive Honda-Ohio State Math Medal Awards
Whittier Students Keep Moving during Field Day Students playing soccer on the Whittier playground.
North Wins! Local McDonald’s owner/operators Myron and Linda Ware, along with Ronald McDonald and Westerville North Athletic Director Wes Elifritz are pictured with a $10,000 check.
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
Heritage PRIDE Celebration Mixes Fun and Thoughtful Learning A sixth grade pupil amazes his piers by making an amazing, long-distance pancake catch. 
Whittier Fifth Graders Stage Disney’s The Lion King JR. Fifth grade students and the Whittier Singers at Whittier Elementary School perform Disney’s The Lion King JR. in front of other students.
Westerville Education Foundation Names Teachers of the Month for October
October 31 Proves to be Fun Day of Learning for Students and Staff Alike Steve Mazzi wearing a giant squirrel outfit and handing out treats to preschoolers at the annual Early Learning Center Pumpkin Walk.
Westerville Middle School Students Tour Capital University Forty students from Blendon, Genoa, Heritage and Walnut Springs Middle Schools sit in front the Capital University Seal
High School Hall of Fame Nominations Sought
Upcoming Meetings Will Provide Information for Prospective IB Students
Nine Westerville City Schools Employees Earn A+ Awards Nine Westerville City Schools employees pose after receiving their A+ Awards
Voya Financial Honors Westerville North Teachers with $2,000 Unsung Heroes Grant Westerville North educators Natalie Schaublin and Jeffrey Bracken are pictured with VOYA investment advisor representatives Edward L. Mobley and Joseph Frederick.
Alcott Students Raise $12,000 at Annual Walk-A-Thon Picture of students outside Hula hooping
Pointview Pep Rally Inspires Students to Join Leadership Teams Principal Sherry Birchem addressed Pointview students in the gym during the Leadership Teams pep rally.
Student Artists at Genoa Create Staff Portraits that Adorn the Hallway Black and white pictures of staff members.
"Exploring Ecology" Comes to Robert Frost via COSI on Wheels Two first graders examine tree cross-sections to calculate their age.
Calling All Bowlers!