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McElroy named director of Safety & Security as part of administrative realignment plans Steve McElroy

The Westerville City Schools Board of Education approved another organizational move to meet the district’s succession planning needs at its May 10 board meeting.

Scaled-back Arts Alive Festival at Westerville Central brings back familiar activities Students create chalk art as part of Westerville Central's Arts Alive Festival

Westerville Central seniors Maeve O'Connell and Brady Leggett, along with two other friends, spent Wednesday after school sketching a jungle scene in chalk along the sidewalk in front of the building.

The piece, which featured different animals in an Aboriginal motif, was part of WCHS’ annual Arts Alive Festival — a week-long celebration of student art across the school community. 

Inaugural One Westerville Scholarship recipients announced One Westerville Scholarship recipients

The first recipients of the One Westerville Scholarship are Chiedza “Chi Chi” Guyo of Westerville Central High School, Emmanuel Okyere of Westerville South High School and Miya Martin of Westerville North High School.

Bette Marschall Memorial Education Fund awards $2,359 in grants

Seven teachers have been awarded grants totaling $2,359 from The Bette Marschall Memorial Education Fund of The Columbus Foundation.

Three Westerville seniors named National Merit Scholarship award recipients National Merit $2,500 Scholarship recipients for 2020-21 school year

Three Westerville seniors have been selected as recipients of the National Merit $2,500 Scholarship, according to a recent announcement by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC).

Santa part of national workshop on the impact of COVID-19 on students’ learning and mental health Tami Santa

Tami Santa, director of Mental Health & Wellness for Westerville City Schools, is joining speakers from across the country in a national workshop, “Back in School: Addressing the Well-Being of Students in the Wake of COVID-19,” which will look at the impact of COVID-19 on students’ learning and mental health.