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Increased Revenues, Decreased Expenditures Yield Positive Results in Latest Forecast
Board of Education Fills Two Key District-level Leadership Vacancies
Whittier Singers Entertain at the Alum Creek Park Amphitheater Whittier families enjoy the Alum Creek Amphitheater.
Bette Marschall Memorial Education Fund Awards $3,194 in Grants
Westerville Library Gives Away Free Books to Jumpstart Summer Reading
Spring Test Results – When Parents Can Expect to Receive Them
Westerville City Schools Announces Summer Food Service Program Details
Westerville Area Kids Lunch Club to Serve Free Meals from May 29 to August 10
Whittier’s ROX Empowers Girls to Live Healthy, Independent, Productive Lives
Whittier Elementary Students Celebrate First Ever Autism Awareness Day Marie and Susan assist with tabletop fun.
Westerville Education Association Celebrates Teachers at Spring Reception Educators of the Year group picture
District’s Secondary Art Exhibit/Reception Celebrates Student Creativity Families view secondary artwork
Ten Exemplary Westerville City Schools Employees Receive A+ Awards A+ Award winners
Westerville Educators to Present at NCTE Conference in Houston
An Artful Affair Breaking Records for Westerville Education Foundation
District Elementary Art Exhibit/Reception Celebrates Student Creativity Gerrie Cotter addressing the audience at the District Elementary Art Show
School Board Recognizes 14 PTA State Reflections Competition Participants PTA State Reflections Competition Participants
Starry Night Draws Some 2,000 Community Members to Citizen Art and Science Event Columbus Ohio LEGO Users Club table
Neighborhood Bridges to Distribute Hand-Written Cards Written By Middle School Kids
Ten to Receive Westerville City Schools A+ Awards
Whittier Students Give their Regards to Broadway during Choral Showcase Whittier fourth graders performing
Westerville City Schools Releases its 2016-2017 Annual Report, Where You Belong Annual Report Cover
Noteworthy Testing Changes Detailed
Westerville City Schools Board of Education Approves 2018 Meeting Calendar