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Winners of WCSD's 17th Annual Lego Tournament announced WCSD's 17th annual lego tournament

More than 130 Westerville elementary and middle school students built their own Lego designs as part of Westerville City Schools’ 17th Annual LEGO Competition on March 11 at Westerville North High School. 

Deadline to donate books for elementary school book drive is April 14 Elementary Book Drive flyer

The deadline to contribute gently-used books for Westerville elementary students is April 14.

Westerville Central High School senior Sidney Choo is organizing a book drive, collecting gently-used books from individuals and community members with plans to distribute them to elementary students. 

WCSD middle school students prepare for regional Mock Trial competition Middle schools prepare for regional Mock Trial competition

The Mock Trial teams at Genoa, Heritage and Walnut Springs middle schools came together at the City of Westerville’s City Council chambers on Thursday to practice for the upcoming Mock Trial competition. 

See Something Say Something Week at Heritage Middle School See Something Say Something Week at Heritage

Throughout the week, students at Heritage Middle School participated in a variety of activities as part of See Something Say Something Week, which emphasizes the importance of learning warning signs that lead to violence and knowing how to “say something” to a trusted adult to get help.

Superintendent Dr. John Kellogg announces resignation for new career opportunity Superintendent Dr. John Kellogg

The Westerville City School District (WCSD) Board of Education on Monday approved the resignation of Superintendent Dr. John R. Kellogg, who has accepted a new Superintendent in Residence position that will work jointly with Columbus State Community College (CSCC) and the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio (ESCCO).

Heritage Middle School engineering students create indoor recess games for peers Heritage engineering students create indoor recess games

Heritage Middle School students now have new game options for indoor recess in the school’s media center thanks to Jason Siwek’s engineering students.