High School Students from all three high schools competed both against and with each other in a variety of math activities to help all participants prepare for some upcoming state competitions. Students from each high school participated in a mock OCTM Contest, an individual ciphering round, and a team pressure round. Students had a great time and were exposed to different types of competitions that take place on a state and national level.
Superintendent John Marschhausen will be available to address student and parent questions and comments via a Twitter Connection from 7-8 p.m. To join the conversation simply login to Twitter and send comments or questions using #AskHCS.
The Central OEA/NEA held a contest for students to create Anti-Bullying Public Service Announcements. We had three winners from Hilliard Davidson. Maddie Sue Griffin won the high school individual category. Nick Jerger & Matt Wayman won the high school group category. You can see their winning videos, along with the winners from the other categories by clicking here.
Several years ago the Hilliard City School District took advantage of a financing option allowed by Ohio Revised Code to improve energy efficiency in a school district. One of the areas Hilliard made improvements was outdoor lighting – most specifically, the parking lots at our Transportation Compound at Davidson, Davidson High School, Weaver Middle School and Bradley High School. Read More
Congratulations to Tharp Sixth Grade Teacher Alan Hans who is the Sunny 95 Teacher of the Month. Mr. Hans is an exemplary teacher who is dedicated to the success of his students, the staff and our school. Alan began teaching in the Hilliard City School District in 1994. He has served as a 6th grade science and/or language arts teacher for 20 years. Alan encompasses inquiry based, 21st century teaching and Read More
The students in Mrs. Walker’s kindergarten class at Crossing Elementary built birdhouses during their passion hour. Passion projects are student chosen programs they accomplish at school day. When students work in teams to address challenges, identify opportunities, and/or conduct research on a question they are learning to be Ready for Tomorrow. In this case the student learned how to read and understand directions, and how to work with tools while building their own birdhouses. We would like to thank Home Depot for this partnership.
The Memorial Middle School guidance department put students through a detailed internet safety program. They felt the presentation was important as the district moves forward with the One2One Roll Out. They teach internet safety and good decision making to both the 7th and 8th grade classes. They want the students to have the right tools to make good choices online and also know what to do if they are confronted with cyber bullying or other dangerous situations while online. Read More