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Hanby Centennial Celebration

12:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Hanby Elementary


Celebrate 100 years of Hanby Elementary! Following a short ceremony, visit various booths to learn about Hanby's history and its future:

  • Hear Hanby's new school song, composed and sung by Hanby students in cooperation with Otterbein University and the Westerville Symphony.
  • Make Hanby 100th buttons and learn with robots from the Westerville Public Library.
  • Create bookmarks for senior citizens with Seeds of Caring.
  • Grab a snack from The Angry Wiener or Little Ladies Soft Serve food trucks. 
  • Enjoy complimentary birthday cake.
  • and more!

This event is open to the greater Westerville community, including current and former Westerville and Hanby staff and students, families, friends and neighbors. 

Location & Parking

Doors will open at noon. Enter through our front lobby on State Street or at our side entrance on Park Street.

Street parking will be available as will parking at the Westerville Public Library or in one of Westerville's City lots.

The alley between Park and Winter Streets will be closed during the event. Three spots beside the office door on Park Street will be reserved for disabled parking. This area may also be utilized for pickups and drop-offs.

About Hanby Elementary

Hanby Elementary opened in 1923 as Westerville High School. It has served as a high school, middle school, elementary school and at one point, administrative offices. Today, Hanby is home to Math/Science and Arts magnet programs, as well as the district's self-contained gifted program. Starting with the 2023-2024 school year, the school's magnet program will unify, transitioning to a STEAM focus for grades 1-5.

    Suitable for:
    Kids - Ages 6-8
    Tweens - Ages 9-11
    Teens - Ages 12-18
    Science & Math
    Teachers & Educators

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