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WCSD names new buildings after local educator, Minerva Park community WCSD Board of Education names new buildings

The new elementary school slated to open fall 2022 has been named Minerva France Elementary School, its namesake a Westerville native who was among the first Black women to receive a library science degree.

Walnut Springs teachers wrap lessons around ODOT’s Paint the Plow program Walnut Springs sixth-grader Emmanuela Amagnoh paints a sign on snowplow blade as part of ODOT's Paint the Plow program.

After more than a month of research, design and working the math, a team of sixth-grade students at Walnut Springs Middle School was ready to put paint to plow.

Orchestra teacher recognized by Ohio State Marching Band alumni group Genoa's Diana Herak receives received the Elvin Donaldson Most Inspirational Bandsperson Award

Diana Droste Herak, an orchestra teacher at Genoa and Walnut Springs middle schools, has received the Elvin Donaldson Most Inspirational Bandsperson Award in recognition of her work and contributions to Ohio State’s TBDBITL Alumni Club.

WCSD Food Service Department adapting to supply chain challenges, shortages Westerville South food service staff serve students.

Westerville City School District is facing food service challenges due to product shortfalls, delivery delays and staffing shortages among food vendors and distributors.

Ohio Vax-2-School to award $2 million in scholarships Ohio Vax-2-School logo

Ohioans ages 12 - 25 who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine are eligible to enter a drawing for a chance to win a scholarship — including one for $100,000 — to an Ohio college or university for career or technical education.

WEF StoryBall fundraiser canceled due to pandemic StoryBall logo

The Westerville Education Foundation’s StoryBall fundraising event on Oct. 23 has been canceled due to the pandemic.