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GEMS 8th graders created natural selection board games.
GEMS 8th graders created natural selection board games.
Inviting experts into the GEMS classroom enhances the learning experience for our students. Retired WOSU radio host Boyce Lancaster returned to GEMS to provide feedback to 7th grade students on the progress of their student-created podcasts.
Retired WOSU radio host Boyce Lancaster returned to GEMS to provide feedback to 7th grade students on the progress of their student-created podcasts.
Crossing Cultures ExpeditionEarlier this November, as part of the Crossing Cultures expedition, the GEMS 7th grade class visited the campus of Central State University, an HBCU, and the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center. Students completed a scavenger hunt on the college campus that included finding campus point of interests and speaking to college students. At the museum they learned about the impact African Americans have made in the United States.
Crossing Cultures expedition
GEMS Schools Around the World ExpeditionGEMS 2nd graders have been working hard as they finish their Schools Around the World expedition. They are learning how other schools are similar and different from GEMS.
GEMS 2nd graders have been working hard as they finish their Schools Around the World expedition. They are learning how other schools are similar and different from GEMS.
GEMS Student Led ConferencesGEMS Student Led Conferences
GEMS Student Led Conferences
GEMS 4th graders working on clay projects!GEMS 4th graders working on clay projects during the last week of school!
GEMS 4th graders working on clay projects during the last week of school!
GEMS 5th-8th Grade Community MeetingGEMS middle school students had their first Community Meeting of the year on Friday, February 12th. Students in grades 5-8 gathered via Zoom to play games, listen to announcements, hear who had the highest Hero points in the school, and listened to Mr. Alen's presentation on being a champion. It was a great turnout (with over 100 participants) and so much fun!
GEMS middle school students had their first Community Meeting of the year on Friday, February 12th. Students in grades 5-8 gathered via Zoom to play games, listen to announcements, hear who had the highest Hero points in the school, and listened to Mr. Alen's presentation on being a champion. It was a great turnout (with over 100 participants) and so much fun!

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Interested in attending GEMS in the 2022-2023 School Year? Space is Limited! Enroll Today!

Do you know someone who might be interested in attending GEMS in the 2022-2023 school year
Please contact Wesley Owens, Registrar & Community Outreach Liaison at [email protected] with any questions. 
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Summer Meal Information

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s), 
All children ages 1 through 18 are eligible to receive free meals during the summer months at participating program sites. Individuals age 19 through 21 who have been identified as having mental or physical disabilities and are following Individualized Education Programs (IEP's) through their current enrollment in educational programs are also eligible for free summer meals. For a full list of locations near you for summer of 2022 please visit the link listed below, or you can call 1-866-3-HUNGRY(486479). 
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Is your student returning next year?

Your student's spot for next school year is NOT guaranteed until all 2022-23 Annual Registration forms are received. Already have an account? Use the same login you used for the 2021-22 school year. If you did not create an account last year, you will need to create an account first using the invite code. Your invite code was e-mailed to you this week. This is just for Returning students, New students will be sent information soon.  


Please contact Wesley Owens, Registrar & Community Outreach Liaison at [email protected] or 614-253-4000 with questions or to request your invite code.


OneView Login Page: https://gems.esvportal.com/
  • As you set up your account you will be asked to create your own PIN. You will enter your Invite Code in Option 1.
  • Once you enter the site, your student's information should be pre-populated into the forms. Double check that the pre-populated information is correct, fix any incorrect information, complete new information, and then submit. Check each Section.
  • NOTE: Choose Yes or No at the end of each section BEFORE trying to update the information.
  • NOTE: Use the Save and Return button, frequently.
  • Once you have completed all seven parts, select Save and Return THEN Save and Submit to District.


We are asking our families to help with expenses by paying the annual school fee of $35.00. You can pay with credit card, cash, check or money order in person or by mail. You may also pay with a credit card online via the GEMS School Store at this link: GEMS Online Store


Thank you for confirming that your student is returning to GEMS next year!

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