Joy Tremmel
Renee Fisher 
School Hours:
7:55 a.m. - 2:25 p.m. 
A.M. Kindergarten 7:55 a.m. - 10:40 a.m.
(614) 450-5500
Fax (614) 883-3460

Character Traits of the Month

  • FEBRUARY  --  Honesty
    "Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom."  --  Thomas Jefferson
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  •      PARK SHARK  S-P-E-L-L-I-N-G  B-E-E    
     Grades 4 through 6
    Practices will be every Thursday in February (starting 2/5) from 2:30-3:00 pm in Ms. Zook's classroom (#25). Student's must turn in a signed permission slip to stay for practices. The Park Shark Spelling Bee will take place on March 4; District Bee on March 24.  Please see the flyer posted on the left.
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  • Welcome
    Kindergarten Registration 
    • Enroll only at   ---   Click "Welcome Center" tab across the top, on the right
    • Complete and submit the online registration
    • Call the Welcome Center at 460-6112 to schedule an enrollment appointment
    • Kindergarten Options:
      • All-Day Kindergarten with a fee of $330/month    or
      • Half-Day Kindergarten
    • NOTE:
      • A child must be 5 years of age by September 30, 2015 to enroll for the 2015-2016 school year.
      • A child must be enrolled by Thursday, March 5 to be included in the Student Selection Process for All-Day Kindergarten.

    Please share this information with neighbors and friends!!

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    Please check out the flyer on the left. 
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  • 4th Annual WEF Evening in Support of Excellence
    Capture the Moment
    Saturday, January 31st
    7 pm - 10 pm
    The Shops at Worthington Place
    For additional information, please review the flyer posted on the left or go to 
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    February 9-12, 2015 
    Parent Teacher Conferences will be held February 9-12.  Teachers will be contacting parents with information on how to schedule a conference online.
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  • singing WINTER CONCERT
    Grades 2nd, 3rd & 4th
    7:00 pm  --  Thursday, February 19
    Please join us for an evening of patriotic tunes to go with the Presidents' Day holiday that falls on the week of our concert, as well as show you some of the things we've been learning in music class!
    Hope to see you there! 
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  • Worthington Science Day  --  
    Saturday, February 21
    • Science FairScience
    • Invention Convention
    • Design Challenge 
    Park Student Info Packet and further information available under Flyers to the right!
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    2015-16 School Year
    BEGINS MARCH 2, 2015!
    Care After School, the self-supporting , private, non-profit organization which operates in the Worthington Schools, serves families with children in grades K-6 by providing safe, enjoyable and affordable child care. Children are served a snack each day and participate in a variety of age-appropriate, educational and play-oriented activities, including games, sports, arts and crafts, drama, cooking, music, science experiments, special events and more! CAS follows the Worthington Schools' calendar and does not operate when schools are closed.
    Please visit the CAS website for registration deadlines, and for information about the program:
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    As we've already experienced, it may be necessary to close or delay opening school some day because of weather conditions or for other reasons.  Parents will be called or you may check local radio/TV stations to find out about school plans in the event of bad weather or hazardous road conditions.

    The decision to open or close schools will be announced by 6:30 a.m.  If by 7:00 a.m. you have not received a call/text or the radio/TV hasn’t mentioned that our schools will be closed, parents and students should assume that we plan a normal school day.   If during the day weather conditions worsen or an emergency occurs, parents need to have alternative plans in case of an early dismissal.

    Telephoning schools, the central administrative offices, radio stations or the police department only ties up phone lines that may be needed for emergency business.

    Schools may have a delayed start on some days and these announcements will also be reported via phone/text and on local radio/TV stations. When schools are delayed, school buses will run one (1) or two (2) hours later than normal.  If road conditions do not improve, an announcement will be made to cancel school, not to create further delays. If road conditions become hazardous during school, school officials will make a decision by 12:30 p.m. whether to continue school or dismiss early.

    All-day or early closing of schools will cancel afternoon and evening activities in school buildings. These include athletic activities, student club meetings, parent, community and teacher meetings, and Continuing Education classes.

    Please note:  Your child must have instructions on where he/she should go in the event it becomes necessary to close school after he/she arrives at school (and you might not be at home). This information will be listed on the Emergency Dismissal form but your child needs to also know.

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  • DRESS FOR THE WEATHER!!cold weather
         Recess is a very important time for students.  They need the break from schoolwork and they need the exercise.  Therefore, students go outside for recess if it is: 
    20 degrees (F) or above and if the wind chill is 20 degrees (F) or above.
         At times, a quick 10-minute recess may be used even if temperatures are a little lower.  Remember teachers are outside at recess with the children and we rely on their judgement.
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