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Big Warriors, Little Warriors meet in person for the first time Big Warrior Little Warrior visit to Hawthorne

A group of Westerville North High School students visited Hawthorne Elementary’s first-grade classrooms on Wednesday to read books, play games and let them know they are already part of the Warrior community.

Genoa Middle School welcomes Rocky, a therapy dog with Genoa Township Police Department Rocky, the new therapy dog with the Genoa Township Police Department

Genoa Middle School students will get their first look at the newest addition to their school community on Monday. 

Rocky, the first-ever therapy dog with the Genoa Township Police Department, joins his handler, School Resource Officer Jason Berner, administrators and staff to welcome students to the building during morning arrival. He will be dedicated to Genoa, supporting and offering comfort to students and staff during the school day. 

Heritage eighth-graders create mini-golf courses, custom putters in engineering lesson Heritage students construct mini-golf courses

Jason Siwek’s latest project for his eighth-grade engineering class at Heritage Middle School is designed to show the many aspects involved in engineering.

Hawthorne instructional aide releases second entry in children’s book series Hawthorne Elementary instructional aide Rey Phillips

Hawthorne Elementary instructional aide Rey Phillips has added another entry in his children’s book series focused on character traits and reinforce the lessons he and other school staff try to impart with their students.

Westerville City Council recognizes WCSD students for 2022 National History Day projects 2022 National History Day projects recognition

The Westerville City Council recognized three Westerville City Schools students for their 2022 National History Day projects that advanced to the national contest in June.

During the Sept. 20 meeting, Mayor Diane Conley and council members presented certificates to Julianna Trudden, Emilea Gilbert and Fraser Hartnell for their achievements.

Westerville South Theatre Troupe 513 presents “The Addams Family” WSHS presents The Addams Family

The Westerville community is invited to Westerville South Theatre Troupe 513’s production of “The Addams Family,” a musical comedy based on the popular characters created by Charles Addams in his single-panel cartoons about a ghoulish American family with an affinity for all things macabre.

Heritage Music Department hosts annual laundry detergent and fabric softener fall fundraiser Heritage's Soapy Joe fundraiser

The Heritage Middle School Music Department is sponsoring a Soapy Joe’s detergent and fabric softener fundraising sale through Oct. 11. Those interested can purchase a variety of laundry detergents, fabric softeners, dish soap and dryer sheets at a discount price. The laundry detergent and fabric softeners, for example, are sold in five-gallon buckets for $48. 

Free Halloween costumes for kids on Oct. 17 2022 free Halloween costume distribution

Strengthening Families, an initiative by the United Way of Delaware County, is hosting a free Halloween costume distribution for kids ages 3-12 at 4:30-6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17 at the Willis Education Center, 74 Williams Street, Room 212.

Costumes are new or gently-used. Children must be present to receive a costume. More information is available on the group’s Facebook page.

Emerson Elementary Magnet School brings student voice to equity work with new student equity team Emerson Student Equity Team

Emerson Elementary Magnet School is bringing student voice into their equity work this year with its new student equity team. 

Composed of eight fifth-graders and led by school counselor Andrea Wiseman, the equity team made their debut during this week’s Start with Hello Week festivities, supporting class activities and school-wide projects focused on inclusion, belonging and equity. 

Wilder Elementary comes together for school-wide book read Wilder book read

For the next three weeks, the students and staff at Wilder Elementary are diving into Cynthia Rylant’s “Gooseberry Park” as part of its first-ever school-wide book read. 

WNHS ‘90 alum nominated to DC Court of Appeals Vijay Shanker

Vijay Shanker, who graduated from Westerville North High School in 1990, is a presidential nominee to become an Associate Judge on the District of Columbia Court of Appeals D.C. Court of Appeals.

Minerva France relative shares family history at WEF’s Glow and Grow event Linda Dorage

The Westerville Education Foundation’s Glow and Grow event on Sunday, which showcased programs, projects and initiatives throughout Westerville City Schools’ classrooms, also offered more insight into Minerva France.

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