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Win-Win agreement

Westerville school board not looking to opt out soon

Leaders of the Westerville City School District made it clear they would likely let the Win-Win agreement with Columbus City Schools stand "as is" to protect district boundaries and $30 million dollars in annual tax revenue.

Central to relate ogre's journey in song

A favorite ogre steals the show this week, as Westerville Central High School's theater students present Shrek the Musical.
Celebrate the Arts

2016 writing contest winners announced

To recognize and encourage the talents of literary artists, the Arts Council of Westerville, Westerville Public Library and the ThisWeek Westerville News & Public Opinion invited writers of all ages to be a part of the Celebrate the Arts Writing Contest. ... This is the ninth year for the collaborative event.

Review of Win-Win school-district deal underway

The Win-Win legal accord that allows suburban school districts to serve parts of Columbus is up for renewal once again, meaning that the 30-year-old truce over annexations could be in jeopardy.

Board united in taking first step toward fall levy

Westerville school board members approved the first step to put a substitute emergency operating levy on the fall ballot to replace an existing, expiring levy.
Westerville North High School honor roll

Students named to the honor and merit rolls for the first grading period of the 2013-14 school year at Westerville North High School.

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