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Westerville Education Challenge Sends Message of Gratitude to District Staff

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The local non-profit group Westerville Education Challenge has created a special video as a way to say thank you to all Westerville schools staff for their work during these challenging times. WEC board president, Kristan Robertson, shares that the group's members simply want district staff to know that they are appreciated and that their efforts are not going unnoticed. Robertson says, "Our community is witnessing district employees rise to new heights to ensure that students feel a sense of belonging and connection to their school families. Staff are moving mountains to feed their minds, bodies and souls.  We want to show all district employees that we are grateful for their commitment, because we care about them, too".

You can view the video here or by visiting westervilleeducationchallenge.org.

To view the video click here or visit westervilleeducationchallenge.org

The mission of Westerville Education Challenge is to promote school cultures where every student feels safe, supported and celebrated, simply because we care. We do this by raising awareness and funds for social emotional learning initiatives in Westerville schools.