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Annehurst’s Dee Stewart Lauded by Westerville Board of Education
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Annehurst Principal Walks the “Plank” for Student Readers
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August 18 was Back to School Day for Westerville City Schools Students
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New Teachers Learn About Westerville Schools at Orientation Meeting
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Early Learning Center Staff Donates School Supplies to Pupils in Need
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Annehurst Kindergarten Students Plant Flowers at Metzger Park
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Westerville’s Metzger Park will be a little more beautiful than usual this year, thanks to the efforts of little people with big hearts.  Parent volunteers at Annehurst Elementary School worked with the Westerville Parks & Recreation Department to get permission to plant flowers at the front entrance, which were generously donated by local businesses.

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Annehurst’s Dee Stewart Lauded by Westerville Board of Education
District Announces 2016-2017 Testing Calendar, State Testing Updates
State Report Card Results for Westerville City Schools Expected to Mirror Local, State Trends

High-performing school districts throughout the state will meet fewer standards and receive lower letter grades on this year’s State Report Card due to ongoing changes to Ohio’s accountability system.

Westerville City Schools to Offer Flu Vaccination (Injection Only) Clinics for Students
Annehurst Principal Walks the “Plank” for Student Readers
Superintendent schedules “Community Coffee Chats” to discuss district progress, plans and finances

Westerville City School District Superintendent Dr. John R. Kellogg today announced that he and members of the district’s leadership team will hold a series of “Community Coffee Chats” to discuss recent progress and future considerations for the district, as well as answer questions about the district’s levy renewal on the November 8, 2016, ballot.

“Performance Accountability Report” spotlights district progress, use of resources since 2012 emergency levy approval

The document is intended to help residents understand how financial resources have been used since voters approved a five-year emergency levy in 2012.

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