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

  • OCTOBER  -- Responsibility

    "And so, my fellow Americans, ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country."  --  John F. Kennedy

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  • 14-15 Student Council Officersvote
    President  --  Cameron McIntosh
    Vice President  --  Jazmine Rogers
    Secretary  --  Alyssa Crider
    Treasurer  --  Miles Demko
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  • HS Home & School Connection  --
    A NEW Feature for Parents!
    We have just added a NEW feature/newsletter to our webpage called Home & School Connection!!  This newsletter is packed with practical ideas any family can use!  Parents will learn how to:
    • Improve school success.
    • Strengthen the home and school partnership.
    • Make learning fun with simple activities.
    • Enhance parenting skills and discipline.
    • Strengthen family life.
    • Build positive character traits.

    You can find the last three issues (Sep, Oct & Nov) on the left side of our webpage!!  We hope you enjoy this newsletter!

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  • GRADE CARDS will be available online on Card
    Monday, October 27!
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  •  PT
        The Week of October 27
    Please contact your student's teacher to schedule a conference.
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    Friday, October 31
    9:45-10:45 am
    Details will be coming home on Tuesday, October 21
    with your student and listed under Flyers!
    Friday, October 31 @ 12 Noon    
    This is the correct time!  It was listed incorrectly on the District Calendar flyer that was distributed several weeks ago.  We apologize for any confusion. 
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  • CONGRATULATIONS to Soham Konar
    Soham Congratulations to Soham Konar!  Soham is an award winner as a result of his participation in Northwestern University Midwest Academic Talent Search (NUMATS) last year.  He took the EXPLORE test and is in the top 1-2% of the talent search participants. This is quite an honor!

    Read below to learn what Soham has to say about the experience.  If you would like more information, please visit the NUMATS website at

    "NUMATS has been an important part of my life. I have been competing with other students in the Northwest ever since I was in 3rd grade. NUMATS isn't really a competition. It's really a test to see how well you can do against an average 8th grader and yourself. If you do really well (90 or more out of 100 points) you can go to the ceremony held at Northwestern University in Chicago. You get a medal and a certificate and you get your picture taken. There are special medals for people in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd or if you got all problems correct in one or more subjects. After the ceremony there are snacks and you can talk to other kids. So, I hope you try NUMATS this year. And if you do, good luck."   Soham
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    The PCC Circle of Grandparents (COG) is a group of senior volunteers (50+) that spend time in the elementary schools teaching citizenship and character using their own life experiences. COG has been working with the Worthington elementary school for 14 years and has over 80 "Grandparents"!!
    For more information about the COG, please review the flyer (under Flyers on the left) or visit the PCC website at
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  • News     Want to Know What's Going on at School or in the Community? 
         Be sure to check out the Flyers posted on the Left!
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