Two Westerville City School District teachers have been awarded grants totaling $1,050 from The Bette Marschall Memorial Education Fund of The Columbus Foundation.
The Melanated Queens, a Black female empowerment group at Westerville Central High School and Westerville South High School, gathered for their monthly meeting this week to discuss topics that mattered most to them.
More than 60 Westerville South High School students were recognized as “Cats with Class,” a long-standing WSHS tradition that honors students who demonstrate kindness and good school citizenship.
Throughout the week, students, teachers and staff across Westerville City Schools have celebrated Veterans Day by honoring those who served with school displays, recognition events and other activities. School staff at several buildings welcomed veterans and families connected to the military for school-wide assemblies and class visits on Friday.
Kattie Curiel, who was named the Educational Options for Success (EOS) program’s 12th Outstanding Graduate on Monday, wants to share her story and what she faced before starting at EOS.
Lauren Sefton, a science teacher at Westerville South High School and Heather Ivery, a kindergarten teacher at Mark Twain Elementary have been named Westerville Education Foundation’s October Teachers of the Month.