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Robert Frost Students Embrace Helping Hands Project Stephen Gale gratefully accepts food collected and bagged by Robert Frost students
Hanby and Emerson Students Celebrate Art and Music Hanby students perform in A Kid’s Life
Walnut Springs Receives Grant for School Library
McVay Students Comfort Ronald McDonald House Families with Snuggly Blankets McVay Elementary students pose with some of the blankets they made to be distributed at the Ronald McDonald House.
BOE to meet in December
Winter Break Draws Near
Caring and Sharing Needs Your Help
Westerville South Grad Micah Thomas Comes Home to Perform with the Columbus Jazz Orchestra
Eric Marlow Teaches Heritage Students How to Create Art Using Recyclables Artist Eric Marlow holding a beautiful floral arrangement using plastic water bottles and two-liter jugs.
Thank You Veterans! Heritage Veterans
Westerville Students Participate in All-State Theatre Production
Otterbein Students Create Ceramics with Hanby First Graders Students search outside for things in nature that can be used to create patterns in clay.
Central Warhawks Help Feed the Hungry in Westerville
Meteorologist Erin Carroll Educates Robert Frost Students about Weather Meteorologist Erin Carroll talks with fourth grade students at Robert Frost on November 11. 
Third Graders Wow Huge Crowd with Nations Together in Song Third grade students from Emerson, Hanby, Hawthorne, Huber Ridge, and Whittier elementary school perform a world cultures concert titled Nations Together in Song
Westerville South High School Recognizes Cats with Class Picture of Westerville South High School students who were recognized as “Cats with Class”
Huber Ridge Girls on the Run Complete 5K at Columbus Commons Picture of Huber Ridge Elementary School Girls on the Run group (fifteen girls in grades 3, 4, and 5).
Westerville South Kicks Off Caring and Sharing Campaign with Inspirational Assembly WSHS students perform in a skit
Thank You Voters! Issue 59 Co-Chair Mollie Lynch is pictured with Co-Chair Rick Bannister, Westerville City Schools Board of Education President Richard Byrd and Westerville City Schools Superintendent Dr. John Kellogg.
Westerville High School Seniors Receive Honda-Ohio State Math Medal Awards
Whittier Students Keep Moving during Field Day Students playing soccer on the Whittier playground.
Bette Marschall Memorial Education Fund Awards $3,082 in Grants
North Wins! Local McDonald’s owner/operators Myron and Linda Ware, along with Ronald McDonald and Westerville North Athletic Director Wes Elifritz are pictured with a $10,000 check.
Shopping at smile.amazon.com will Benefit Westerville Education Foundation
Westerville’s Mike Ward Publishes Common Sense Approach to Custodial Work Mike Ward holds his recently published a book titled, Who Swings Your Mop?  The Common Sense Approach to Custodial Work.
Bowl-A-Thon Preparations are Underway; Executive Bowlers Sought
Heritage PRIDE Celebration Mixes Fun and Thoughtful Learning A sixth grade pupil amazes his piers by making an amazing, long-distance pancake catch. 
Whittier Fifth Graders Stage Disney’s The Lion King JR. Fifth grade students and the Whittier Singers at Whittier Elementary School perform Disney’s The Lion King JR. in front of other students.
"Uptown Scrooge" Takes "A Christmas Carol" to the Streets of Westerville
Early Learning Center Preschool Students Thank Veterans for their Service Five pre-school students try on different military headgear.
Westerville Schools Staff Enjoys Professional Learning Opportunities on Educator Day Jim McCann talks to a room of educators about customer service
Westerville Education Foundation Names Teachers of the Month for October
October 31 Proves to be Fun Day of Learning for Students and Staff Alike Steve Mazzi wearing a giant squirrel outfit and handing out treats to preschoolers at the annual Early Learning Center Pumpkin Walk.
Westerville Middle School Students Tour Capital University Forty students from Blendon, Genoa, Heritage and Walnut Springs Middle Schools sit in front the Capital University Seal
High School Hall of Fame Nominations Sought
Upcoming Meetings Will Provide Information for Prospective IB Students
OEA/NEA Day Provides Learning Opportunities for Westerville School Employees Staff members at a table work with each other on PowerSchool training skills
Nine Westerville City Schools Employees Earn A+ Awards Nine Westerville City Schools employees pose after receiving their A+ Awards
Voya Financial Honors Westerville North Teachers with $2,000 Unsung Heroes Grant Westerville North educators Natalie Schaublin and Jeffrey Bracken are pictured with VOYA investment advisor representatives Edward L. Mobley and Joseph Frederick.
Alcott Students Raise $12,000 at Annual Walk-A-Thon Picture of students outside Hula hooping
Pointview Pep Rally Inspires Students to Join Leadership Teams Principal Sherry Birchem addressed Pointview students in the gym during the Leadership Teams pep rally.
Student Artists at Genoa Create Staff Portraits that Adorn the Hallway Black and white pictures of staff members.
Westerville Education Foundation Announces Annual Innovative Grants Competition
Whittier Fifth Graders Earn $500 for Fleece to Make 50 Blankets for Kids in Foster Care Six students and a parents hold blankets they made
District’s Concerted Effort to Increase Bandwidth Over Summer Leads to No Anticipated Network Restrictions During Upcoming Online State Assessments
Hawthorne’s Kathleen Waltman is Sunrise Rotary’s Service to Youth Recipient
Top Fundraisers at Mark Twain Enjoy Lunch and a Limo Five students, a secretary and principal stand in front of a limo before taking a ride to lunch.
Families Pack Whittier for Annual Fall Festival Magic Nate entertains a crowd with a mixture of classic and modern magic. 
Haunted Gym has become Beloved Tradition at Mark Twain Elementary A third grade student runs and jumps through tires in an obstacle course
"Exploring Ecology" Comes to Robert Frost via COSI on Wheels Two first graders examine tree cross-sections to calculate their age.
District Earns Financial Management Award from "Facility Maintenance Decisions"
Hanby Principal Pied after Students Raise Money at Smarts-A-Thon A Hanby student pushes a pie into the face of the principal during an building assembly.
Warhawk Spirit on Display as Central Homecoming Parade Winds through Neighborhood The Homecoming King and Queen ride in the back of a car
Calling All Bowlers!
Book Bonanza! is Back First grade students at Mark Twain Elementary School ponder their choice of books that are placed on a very large table
Emerson Students Experiment with Soil and Erosion Three Fourth graders help Linda Pettit with an erosion demonstration using water, buckets and different soils
State TESOL Attendees Gather at Westerville Central to Learn E.L.L. Methods Westerville Central Assistant Principal Brad Adams talks with 15 educators sitting around a table.
Westerville North’s Mia Hoffman to Receive 2016 Columbus Marathon Lashutka Award
Hanby Teacher Diane Plumb is a Top 100 Scorer on the RESA Assessment
Hanby’s New Collaboratorium and Wonder Room Challenges Students to Solve Problems Two students work together in the Wonder Room to try and build the tallest structure using dry spaghetti, marshmallows, tap, and a brown bag
31st Annual Academic Honors Awards Banquet Hosted by North Academic Boosters Four Westerville North High School students singing as a barbershop quartet and entertained guests
Excited Students Duct Tape Robert Frost Teacher to the Gymnasium Wall Robert Frost Duct Tape
Perfect Weather Draws Crowds to Ned Mosher Apple Butter Festival McVay Apple Butter Festival
Westerville Education Foundation Names Teachers of the Month for September
Home Depot Reps Help Hawthorne Students Make Birdhouses Hawthorne bird houses
District Announces 2016-2017 Testing Calendar, State Testing Updates
Shopping at smile.amazon.com will Benefit Westerville Education Foundation
Board of Education Unanimously Approves Win-Win Transition Agreement
Board of Education Unanimously Approves Win-Win Transition Agreement