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Recent updates from Westerville City Schools:

Preparing Students with Learning Differences for the Future

Westerville City Schools’ Transition Team is collaborating with other districts to host events aimed at supporting students with developmental disabilities and their families. These events focus on helping students transition smoothly through high school and beyond. The initiative is part of the district’s ongoing commitment to inclusivity and specialized education. Read More

A+ Award Recognizes Executive Assistant’s Commitment

Jennifer Farris, assistant to Interim Superintendent Mark Hershiser, was honored with an A+ Award at a recent school board meeting. The award recognizes her dedication to the district and her alignment with its core values. The A+ Award serves as a testament to the district’s appreciation for its staff members. Read More

Therapy Dog Joins Westerville Central High School

The Warhawk community at Westerville Central High School welcomed Maverick, a one-year-old English Labrador Retriever. Maverick, along with his handler, School Resource Officer Joe Graham, will be dedicated to providing comfort and support to students and staff during the school day. Read More

Perfect Score in Advanced Placement Exam

Samson Gurgiolo, a senior at Westerville South High School, achieved a perfect score on the Advanced Placement United States Government and Politics exam. He is one of only 48 students worldwide to accomplish this feat in spring 2023. This achievement highlights the district’s academic excellence. Read More

First In-Person EL Parent Meeting Since Pandemic

Westerville City Schools’ English Learners department hosted its first in-person parent meeting since the onset of the pandemic. The meeting, held at the Early Learning Center, saw participation from more than 250 parents and family members, signaling a return to normalcy and community engagement. Read More

Artistic Trading Cards Foster Creativity

Art teachers across Westerville’s middle schools have introduced a trading card lesson where students create mini artworks. This innovative approach allows students to explore various media, materials, and techniques, fostering creativity and community. Read More

Source: Westerville Schools

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