Westerville City Schools’ Summer Enrichment Theatre program is bringing “Legally Blonde the Musical” to the stage.
Brandi Young, librarian at Westerville South High School, has been named Rosen Publishing’s Ohio School Librarian of the Month Award for May.
Matthew Wolfe, theatre director at Westerville South High School and the district’s Summer Theatre Enrichment director, is among 18 educators in the country to receive an honorable mention in the Tony Awards’ 2022 Excellence in Theatre Education Award.
Westerville City School District’s (WCSD) Treasurer/CFO Nicole Marshall presented Board of Education members with a slightly improved Five-Year Financial Forecast to approve during their regular meeting on May 23.
Cheryl Relford, who leads curriculum implementation across Westerville City Schools’ elementary schools, has been selected to serve as the district’s new Executive Director of Elementary Schools.
The Westerville City Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all eligible children free of charge.
When Westerville South High School English teacher Sarah Detrick learned one of her students, Zoe Gerhing, couldn’t make the graduation ceremony on Saturday at the Celeste Center, she brought commencement to her.
Six incoming high school seniors and recent graduates at Westerville City Schools will spend the summer connecting with local tech startups and learn what it takes to start their own businesses.
Westerville North High School senior Grace Freeman is marking the end of her high school career with a milestone.
Before Kathleen Hohman led her second-graders at Robert Frost Elementary to the Field Day festivities on Monday, she encouraged them to think about the games and activities they’d be doing.
Students and families in the Westerville City School District are invited to the annual First Time Riders event 9 a.m.-noon Saturday, July 30 at Whittier Elementary, 130 E. Walnut St.
Though Westerville Central High School did not hold its annual Arts Live celebration this year, organizers continued with event tradition by hosting student graphic design contests for stickers and t-shirts.