The survey completed by students, parents, and staff in Spring 2014 is now available for you to review. Thank you for your feedback as we strive to make WES an ideal place for learning. Click here to review the survey.
We would like to say "Welcome!" to all those who are new to Worthington Estates and Worthington Schools. If you need to enroll your child(ren), you can now enroll online. Click here to go the Worthington School's Online Registration page. If you have any enrollment questions please contact the Registration and Family Resource Center at 450-6112.
During the summer, we are asking all families to review and update the online forms and information we have concerning your family. This includes general contact information, emergency contact information, and permission forms for field trips, computer usage, and release of directory information. To update this information follow the steps below:
Existing Family Login steps:
* Click Login at the top right corner of the screen
* Enter your username and password (If these are unknown, click Parent Account Recovery OR email a request to email@example.com, including parent name and child's name.)
My Payments Plus may be used to pay for school lunches, annual school fees, and all-day kindergarten tuition. If you already have an account with My Payments Plus, you will use that account to pay these fees. If you do not have an account, you may create one for free by going to www.mypaymentsplus.com. You will need your child's Student # which can be obtained by logging into the Parent Portal and clicking on Infinite Campus.
The Common Core State Standards (CCSS) are new English Language Arts and Mathematics standards that have been adopted by 46 of the 50 states. These standards were developed as a response to colleges and businesses expressing the concern that many students graduating high school in the United States are not college or career ready. The CCSS focus on fewer standards, define more clearly achievement, and set higher expectations for all students. Throughout the CCSS there is a greater emphasis on developing critical thinking and problem solving skills. You can learn more about the CCSS by viewing this video on the Ohio Department of Education website.
In Worthington, grades K-2 are implementing these new standards this year. Grade 3 is doing a hybrid between the CCSS and the current Ohio standards. Grades 4-6 will begin implementing the CCSS standards during the 2013-2014 school year.
More information is available on the Curriculum Liaison Council (CLC) page of the Worthington Schools website and can be accessed by clicking here. Minutes from the CLC meetings contain valuable information from Worthington Schools for you. If you have comments/questions, you can contact our PTA rep for the CLC Jennifer Squires at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check back often for updates on this transition process.
Worthington City Schools is one of the top school districts in the Columbus, Ohio area. 90% of our students move on to higher education; 80% of our teachers have a masters degree or more; we are the second largest employer within our district.