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.
Westerville City School District’s Parent Prep workshop series is returning to an in-person event March 4 at Westerville North High School.
All across Westerville City Schools, students, teachers and staff are celebrating Veterans Day by honoring those who served with class visits, assemblies, recognition events and other activities on Friday.
One glance at the language arts wall in Jami Patton’s third-grade class at Wilder Elementary and the students knew the next text they’d be covering in their language arts lesson. Under the words “We Are Reading” is a picture of the book “Giant Squid: Searching for a Sea Monster.”
Frank Dustman, who spent several decades teaching and volunteering throughout Westerville City Schools, passed away on Oct. 15.
A group of Westerville North High School students visited Hawthorne Elementary’s first-grade classrooms on Wednesday to read books, play games and let them know they are already part of the Warrior community.
For the next three weeks, the students and staff at Wilder Elementary are diving into Cynthia Rylant’s “Gooseberry Park” as part of its first-ever school-wide book read.
Emerson Elementary is ready for the upcoming Start with Hello Week festivities.
Families whose children are receiving transportation services for the 2022-23 school year may obtain their student’s school bus information through PowerSchool. Available information includes a student's bus number, stop location and stop times.
Westerville City School District Board of Education members approved the following 2022 meeting calendar during their Jan. 11 organizational meeting.