2022

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Reeves named Assistant Superintendent of Teaching and Learning; other key leadership vacancies filled Scott Reeves

Scott Reeves, who has led human resources initiatives and academic efforts for middle and high schools since joining Westerville City Schools more than a decade ago, has been selected as the district’s next Assistant Superintendent of Teaching & Learning.

WEC hosts Night of Hope 5K on Sept. 17 WEC's Night of Hope flyer

The Westerville Education Challenge is hosting a Night of Hope 5K and Family Fun Run to promote community, education and unity to raise awareness about mental health as well as combat mental health stigmas.

WCSD annual First Time Riders event is July 30 First Time Riders event is July 30

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.

Projected ending balances grow slightly in updated Five-Year Financial Forecast

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.  

WCSD Summer Food Service Program details announced

The Westerville City Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all eligible children free of charge. 

Westerville middle school students celebrated in 2022 Laws of Life essay competition 2022 Laws of Life essay contest student winners

Students from Blendon, Genoa and Walnut Springs middle schools were recognized for their essays about perseverance, humility and compassion as part of the 2022 Laws of Life essay contest organized by the Better Business Bureau’s Center for Character Ethics.

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