Westerville North’s Andrew Malick Organizes “Warrior to Warrior Project”
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One passionate person with a great idea can move mountains. Andrew Malick, a senior at Westerville North High School, proved that on Veteran’s Day with the culmination of his “Warrior to Warrior Project.”

Five Westerville City Schools Employees Receive A+ Awards
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A+ Awards honor outstanding school employees whose actions demonstrate support of the district’s Mission Statement; willingness to go above and beyond normal expectations; and behavior consistent with one or more of the district’s values.  

Author J. Scott Savage Inspires Elementary Students with The Power of Creativity
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Author J. Scott Savage visited Alcott and Annehurst Elementary Schools on Wednesday, October 21, for a fun and interactive presentation that engaged students at both schools.  His dynamic presentation was entitled The Power of Creativity.  He shared stories of other kids who have changed the world with their ideas.  He also taught pupils how to come up with an amazing story idea in less than five minutes using a protagonist (hero), a goal, three obstacles, and consequences of success and failure.

Alcott Students Raise Nearly $12,000 for their School
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Alcott Elementary students joined forces on Friday, September 23 for the school’s annual Walk-A-Thon to collect money for the Alcott PTA.  Pupils raised donations of nearly $12,000 by walking at the track at Westerville Central High School.  All participants were presented with a Walk-A-Thon t-shirt, thanks to a generous donation from Shirck Orthodontics.  With the help of a DJ offering a great selection music, spirits were high as classes in grades K-5 competed to raise the most money.

Health Heroes Flu Vaccination Clinics Held for Westerville Students October 21, 22
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Westerville City Schools hosted Health Heroes Flu Vaccination Clinics for pupils at all school buildings on October 21 and 22, with the goal of improving student achievement by reducing absenteeism.  The District was first to pilot the program in the State of Ohio last year.

Knights of Columbus Presents Special Education Department with Generous Donation
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Knights of Columbus representative Scott Muehlbauer visited the administrative offices of the Westerville City School District on October 15 to present a check in the amount of $3,789.18 to the Special Education Department.  This generous donation will enable the District to support the equine-assisted learning and therapy program, which is provided through PBJ Connections.

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