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Superintendent Dr. John Kellogg announces resignation for new career opportunity Superintendent Dr. John Kellogg

The Westerville City School District (WCSD) Board of Education on Monday approved the resignation of Superintendent Dr. John R. Kellogg, who has accepted a new Superintendent in Residence position that will work jointly with Columbus State Community College (CSCC) and the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO).

Westerville Parent Council announces 2022-23 GEM Award recipients 2022-23 GEM award winners

Westerville Parent Council and Roush Honda of Westerville have announced the recipients of the 2022-23 Great Educator Mentor (GEM) Award, which is presented to individuals who go the extra mile to make a positive impact in the classroom and schools.

Watch D.O.G.S. return to Robert Frost Elementary Watch D.O.G.S. at Robert Frost

Kyle Guilliamssecond volunteer stint as part of Robert Frost Elementary’s Watch D.O.G.S was packed with activity.

He refereed a football game among fourth-grade boys, served as goalie during a soccer match with fifth-graders and alternated between kicking a ball with one student and joining his daughter and her friends for a game of four-square.

“It’s another adult presence — a dad — helping out and interacting with the kids,” Guilliams said. “And for those who might not have a dad at home, it’s an experience for them.” 

“I enjoy it as much as they do.” 

Robert Frost Elementary student places second in state Special Olympics swim meet

Robert Frost Elementary fifth-grader Emery Cashin placed second in the 25m freestyle during the 2023 Special Olympics Ohio Indoor Winter Games on March 5 at Bowling Green State University.

Cashin qualified for the state tournament in the backstroke and freestyle events. She earned a silver medal during the freestyle race with a time of 34.48 seconds. She has participated in the Special Olympics for years in swimming and basketball.

WCSD upgrades to new student health information platform SchoolCare logo

Westerville City Schools is upgrading its current student medical records program to a new, easy to use, family accessible platform called SchoolCare. SchoolCare adheres to strict privacy regulations (FERPA & HIPAA) to ensure the confidentiality and security of your student’s school required health information. 

Westerville Education Foundation names Teachers of the Month for January WEF TOTM January 2023

Lindsey Lonchnya, a Spanish teacher at Walnut Springs Middle School; Kim Marcum, the choir director at Heritage Middle School; Colin Ullom-Morse, a third-grade teacher at Robert Frost Elementary have been named Westerville Education Foundation’s (WEF) January Teachers of the Month.

Robert Frost students foster friendship across Westerville community Robert Frost Elementary Friendship Celebration

Students at Robert Frost Elementary spent Friday showing what it means to be a friend in their community. 

As part of a school-wide Friendship Celebration organized by Robert Frost's PTA, students worked on a variety of projects that extended messages of love, thanks and friendship beyond their school doors. 

Westerville Intra-District Open Enrollment Applications Available

The program is coordinated through the Deputy Superintendent’s Office for families who are enrolled full time in the Westerville City School District. Parents or guardians wishing to apply to have their children attend a school different from their school of attendance must complete and submit an Intra-district Open Enrollment Application. Application forms are available at each school building; at the Early Learning Center (936 Eastwind Drive); or at, where general guidelines can also be found.

WSHS Theatre Troupe 513 resumes traveling show to elementaries WSHS Theatre Troupe 513 traveling show 2022

Westerville South Theatre Troupe 513 has resumed a holiday tradition that had been on hiatus because of the pandemic: its traveling show to Westerville elementaries.

District delays deficit spending additional year

Westerville City School District (WCSD) Treasurer/CFO Nicole Marshall recently informed Board of Education members that the district’s strategic use of federal pandemic relief dollars, combined with a one-time influx of revenue from property tax settlements and increased interest rates on investments, is projected to allow  the district to delay entering deficit spending for at least one more fiscal year.