Genoa Township’s Deputy Fire Chief Joe Ponzi was one of the community leaders who took the time to meet with students at Westerville Central High School.
More than 60 student leaders gathered at Westerville Central High School on Thursday morning, July 23, to focus on how to make the upcoming school year the best one ever. The group consisted of pupils from many different clubs, teams and organizations who met with the common goal of making Westerville Central strong. This marks the ninth year in a row Principal Todd Spinner has invited pupils in to share their vision.
The teens enjoyed breakfast as they discussed leadership qualities and listened to remarks about getting involved in the community from school administrators, local police and fire officials. They talked about building relationships; making learning relevant; and improving upon the already rigorous curriculum offered at Westerville Central.