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Westerville, Genoa Township Officials Tour Westerville Schools

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Top:  Westerville city officials are pictured in an International Baccalaureate classroom at South High School.  Left to right, Mayor Diane Fosselman, Assistant City Manager Julie Colley, Superintendent John Kellogg, Vice Mayor Kathy Cocuzzi, City Council members Larry Jenkins and John Bokros, and Westerville South Principal Steve Andersson. Bottom:  Genoa Township officials toured the new Walnut Springs Center for Inspiration.  Left to right, Superintendent John Kellogg, Deputy Superintendent Mark Hershiser, Media Specialist Jean Trimble, School Board President Tracy Davidson, Genoa Township Administrator Paul Wise, Walnut Springs Principal Rebecca Yanni, and Genoa Township Trustee Rick Carfagna.



One of Westerville City Schools Superintendent John Kellogg’s goals is to strengthen partnerships with the various government entities the district serves.  Toward that end, he invited officials from Westerville and Genoa Township to tour parts of the school district, visiting classrooms, teachers and students, to see what is being done to improve the educational experience for families in the area.  Genoa Township representatives toured the district on November 20, and Westerville officials followed on December 1, visiting elementary, middle, and high schools.  Lunch followed at the Early Learning Center, where the guests had the opportunity to ask questions and get to know the staff.