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Heritage eighth-graders create mini-golf courses, custom putters in engineering lesson Heritage students construct mini-golf courses

Jason Siwek’s latest project for his eighth-grade engineering class at Heritage Middle School is designed to show the many aspects involved in engineering.

Heritage Music Department hosts annual laundry detergent and fabric softener fall fundraiser Heritage's Soapy Joe fundraiser

The Heritage Middle School Music Department is sponsoring a Soapy Joe’s detergent and fabric softener fundraising sale through Oct. 11. Those interested can purchase a variety of laundry detergents, fabric softeners, dish soap and dryer sheets at a discount price. The laundry detergent and fabric softeners, for example, are sold in five-gallon buckets for $48. 

Heritage principal recipient of 2022 OELMA Service Award for School Administrators Dr. Dru Tomlin

Heritage Middle School Principal Dr. Dru Tomlin is a recipient of the 2022 Ohio Educational Library Media Association’s Service Award for School Administrators — one of two school leaders to receive the honor across the state this year.

Heritage Middle School students present projects to Franklin County Soil and Water Conservation District Heritage students work with Franklin County Soil and Water Conservation District

Heritage Middle School students in Marty Wicks’ sixth-grade advanced science class got a deeper understanding of their school property as part of a recent research project about the wetlands.

Westerville Education Foundation accepting Fall Grant applications through Oct. 14 Westerville Education Foundation logo

The Westerville Education Foundation is accepting applications for its Fall 2022 grant cycle through 5 p.m. Oct. 14.

Summer educational trips take WCSD middle and high school students to Dominican Republic, South Africa Snorkeling in the Dominican Republic

Westerville South High School physical science and biology teacher Becky Rollo explored the waters of the Caribbean with middle schoolers across the district and observed endangered animals native to South Africa with WCSD high school students over the summer. 

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