Board of Education

Westerville Board of Education-Front Row left to Right: Vice President, Rev. Vaughn Bell, Board President Rev. Rick Vilardo, Board member-Mrs. Tracy Davidson. Back row left to right-Board member-Dr. Nancy Nestor-Baker, Treasurer, Mrs. Nicole Marshall, Superintendent-Dr. John Kellogg, and Board member-Jennifer Aultman

Westerville Board of Education-Front Row left to right: President, Rev. Vaughn Bell; Board member-Rev. Rick Vilardo; Board member-Mrs. Tracy Davidson. Back row left to right-Vice President, Dr. Nancy Nestor-Baker; Treasurer/CFO, Mrs. Nicole Marshall; Superintendent-Dr. John Kellogg; and Board member-Jennifer Aultman 

Board Meeting Agendas, Minutes, Policies, Administrative Guidelines, Presentations & Archived Audio/Video (BoardDocs) - Review present and past board agendas.

The Westerville City School Board during 2020 will hold two regular sessions on the second Monday and fourth Monday of each month. All meetings will begin at 6 p.m. at the Early Learning Center (Board Training Room), which is located at 936 Eastwind Drive. The official 2021 Board Meeting calendar is available here.

Meetings and locations are subject to change. Check back often for any additions or cancellations.

The Westerville City Schools Board of Education endeavors to provide all students maximum educational opportunities within the constraints of available facilities, financial resources, legal requirements and citizen involvement. It is the Board’s responsibility to encourage the development of each student’s ability to contribute in a democratic free enterprise and technological society. To this end, the Board believes that the basic purposes of the public schools are to:

  • help each student grow in the knowledge and acceptance of self,
  • help each student develop an appreciation for personal worth so that they may develop individual talent and ability, and
  • help each student develop the knowledge and ability to share his or her talents with others.

Strategic Plan Dimensions

Every student achieves academic success.

Learning and working environments are safe, nurturing and efficient.

Student learning is driven by recruiting, developing and retaining highly effective and skilled staff members.

Community, parents, students and staff are engaged as partners.

Financial resources are aligned to support student success.

Resources are provided to support student development and well-being.

The most recent Strategic Plan Progress Report can be found under the "Documents" section of this page.