New Educators Celebrated for their Hard Work and Success
Just like their students, new Columbus City Schools educators found their school year full of mentorship, inspiration, and growth.
Indianola Walhalla Art Walk Tells Important Story on Global Water Issues
This new installation, Walhalla Art Walk, is a huge collaborative project between Indianola Informal K-8’s STEAM class and the surrounding community. The art walk consists of 13 wooden displays lining High Street to Brynhild Road.
Speech-Language Pathologists Impact Students Through Individualized Support
Columbus City Schools employs almost 80 speech-language pathologists who assist thousands of students across the District. Through their work, speech-language pathologists help kids grow their confidence by equipping them with communication and literacy skills.
Students at Johnson Park Middle School Publish Self-Written Books
“A lot of adults want to do this, and seeing kids do this is really cool.” Sixth-grader Eriss Turner is talking about her milestone accomplishment of writing and publishing her own book.
Dominion’s DEAFinitely Different Accepted into National Film Festivals
When Dominion Middle School teacher Heather Caldwell Sebetich submitted the film DEAFinitely Different to several national and international film festivals, she never imagined how far it would go.
STEM Teacher Bringing Lessons to Life With Project-Based Learning
"I am a STEM teacher. I am not just a science teacher.” That’s how Yorktown Middle School teacher Darwyn Allen describes himself. From the moment they walk into his classroom, it’s easy to see how he’s placing learning into students’ hands.
Hilltonia Special Education Team Goes Above and Beyond for the Students
The "why" for the Hilltonia Middle School special education team, the reason they do the work they do every day, is the students. The team is dedicated, passionate, and always puts their students first.
Educator Inspires Future Generations of Female Leaders
Fresh out of college, Columbus native Kelly McAllister was eager to give back to her community by kickstarting her teaching career with Columbus City Schools.
Region I Leaders Celebrate Strong Regional Partnerships
The event featured talented students from Binns, Briggs, Wedgewood, and Westmoor Middle Schools. Students showcased everything from musical talents to visual art.