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Westerville City Council recognizes WCSD students for 2022 National History Day projects 2022 National History Day projects recognition

The Westerville City Council recognized three Westerville City Schools students for their 2022 National History Day projects that advanced to the national contest in June.

During the Sept. 20 meeting, Mayor Diane Conley and council members presented certificates to Julianna Trudden, Emilea Gilbert and Fraser Hartnell for their achievements.

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. 

Walnut Springs seventh-grader takes second at statewide fiddlers content Ohio State Oldtime Fiddlers’ Contest

Anna McCracken, a seventh-grader at Walnut Springs Middle School, placed second in the ages 12 and under division of the Ohio State Oldtime Fiddlers’ Contest during the Parade of the Hills Festival at Nelsonville on Aug. 19. 

REMINDER: School Bus Routes and Schedules are in the PowerSchool Parent Portal Bus LImage

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. 

Projected ending balances grow slightly in updated Five-Year Financial Forecast

Westerville City School District’s (WCSD) Treasurer/CFO Nicole Marshall presented Board of Education members with a slightly improved Five-Year Financial Forecast to approve during their regular meeting on May 23.  

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