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WESSA Meets on October 20; Story Stones Community Service Project Completed

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Westerville Central secretaries Kellie Reed and Kym Mahovlic made Story Stones during WESSA’s meeting on October 20.




Seventy-eight members of the Westerville Education Support Staff Association (WESSA) gathered in the Media Center at Westerville Central High School on Friday, October 20, to attend a general meeting, eat lunch, and hear a presentation about drugs from a representative of the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office.  The always-multitasking group also produced more than 75 bags of Story Stones, which will be distributed to disadvantaged students in Franklin County. 

WESSA, led by President Lonnie Thomas Robinson, represents district support staff such as English as a Second Language paraprofessionals and bilingual aides, study hall and building duty monitors, clerk typists, secretaries and health aides.