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WCSD to cover EZPay convenience fees

Starting Feb. 1, Westerville City Schools will cover the $2.75 convenience fee currently paid by parents per transaction when using the EZPay online system to take care of student fees, activity fees, school meals and other fees. 

WSHS students to go on blind dates with books Blind Date with a Book at WSHS

The student and staff team at Westerville South High School’s media center is playing matchmaker through the end of February, connecting students with stories and authors they may not have read or considered reading before. 

As part of the Blind Date with a Book initiative, students can select books wrapped in newspapers without knowing the story hidden underneath.

Coming soon to Westerville high schools: Hope Week Hope Week at WCSD

The Hope Squads at all three Westerville high schools are launching Hope Week at their buildings, promoting hope, spreading kindness and raising awareness about suicide prevention.

Resources to better understand new graduation requirements available Ohio Graduation Requirements

Westerville City Schools’ Career Tech & College Readiness office has resources available to help Westerville students and parents better understand the new Ohio graduation requirements for the Class of 2023 and beyond.

Davidson, Meyer, Nestor-Baker sworn in as members of Westerville Board of Education WCSD BOE Oath of Office Jan. 10

Newly-elected board member Kristy Meyer and re-elected board members Tracy Davidson and Dr. Nancy Nestor-Baker were sworn into office of the Westerville City Schools Board of Education at an organizational/regular meeting on Jan. 10. 

Westerville City Schools Board of Education approves meeting schedule for 2022

Westerville City School District Board of Education members approved the following 2022 meeting calendar during their Jan. 11 organizational meeting.