Westerville North High School Blogs
In remembrance of the heroes of 9/11:
It was September 11, 2001,
Help Support a Warrior in Need
Aubrey, a courageous 15 year old scholar athlete at Westerville North High School, previously of Walnut Springs Middle School, has been diagnosed recently with Medulloblastoma, a form of brain cancer. Please visit Aubrey's Angels on Facebook or the web site to read her story.
We have several committee chair positions open for next year. These include: hospitality (banquet, soup lunch for teachers, cookies for curriculum night), secretary, and scholarships. Help us keep these valuable programs going at WNHS. Contact Tracey King (email@example.com) for more details.
Parent involvement tends to drop off after elementary school. However, research shows it is equally important to stay involved throughout middle and high school. Parent involvement has a positive impact on classroom behavior, school attendance, motivation, and achievement. Academic Boosters is the perfect opportunity to stay involved. Check out the Booster Pages to see what we do then contact Tiffany (firstname.lastname@example.org) for membership information.
The Columbus Suburban College Fair will be held on Sunday, September 15th from 1-3:30 p.m. at the Clements Center at Otterbein University(180 Center Street, Westerville, Ohio 43081). This event is great for juniors and seniors and allows them the opportunity to visit with and get information from more than 200 colleges. Admissions representatives will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. Learn more here.
The safety and security of students is a top priority for Westerville City Schools and here at Westerville North. The purpose of this letter is to inform you that today, as part of the district's comprehensive safety plan, our students participated in a lockdown drill as required by Section 3737.73 of the Ohio Revised Code. The purpose of such safety drills is to help students understand the procedures to follow in the event of an emergency in which they would need to be secured in the school building.