Announcements for March 8th and 9th, 2021

  • Congratulations to our students selected for the Regional Governors Art Exhibit. All selected students will advance to the State jury process held next weekend.

Please congratulate any of these students as you see them throughout the week.

Ceramics and Glass: Hannah Welch, Eve Brown, Ella Fledderjohann

Drawing: Ishana Baldaro, Izzy Thomas  – 2 works

Jewelry/Enameling: Tiffany Robles

Mixed Media – 3D: Maggie Rundio, Maggie Sprung

Video/Short Film/Animation: Belle Wilkin.

  • Attention Seniors:  Diploma Presenters for GraduationEvery year, each graduate is given the opportunity to choose a diploma presenter who has been influential in his/her life.  The special person that each senior selects must be a current or former Worthington City School’s employee.  The person you select will be invited to present your diploma to you at Commencement in May 2021.

    In order to request the person you would like as your diploma presenter, you must turn in your request using this Diploma Presenter Request Google Form no later than Friday, March 26, 2021.  The form can be found on your class Schoology page and other senior graduation communications.

    There is NO need to ask the person you are requesting ahead of time.  The diploma presenter coordinator, Mrs. Wilson, will do that for you.  Due to the time and effort involved in inviting these individuals and in organizing this addition to the Commencement ceremony, your cooperation in meeting this deadline is imperative.  If you do not request a guest presenter, a member of the Worthington Board of Education will present your diploma.  Please see Mrs. Wilson, Room 198, or email her at [email protected], with any questions concerning this process.
  • International Women’s Day (IWD) is a global holiday celebrated annually on March 8 to commemorate the cultural, political, and socioeconomic achievements of women. It is also a focal point in the women’s rights movement, bringing attention to issues such as gender equality, reproductive rights, and violence against women.IWD originated from labor movements in North America and Europe during the early 20th century. The earliest version was purportedly a “Women’s Day” organized by the Socialist Party of America in New York City February 28, 1909.