The Hilliard City School District is proud of our culture. We strive to live our mission – to ensure that every student is Ready for Tomorrow. The work is challenging, serving a diverse community requires focus and intentional decision-making, and communication is key. We embrace the responsibility of educating 16,500 student each day. We know not everyone will always agree with our decisions, techniques, or strategies. When we disagree, my goal as your superintendent is to share “the why” and hear all views. Things won’t always change . . . while we strive for one-hundred percent agreement we know it isn’t possible.
With this in mind, here are some questions that have been raised in the last couple of weeks. These are tough ones – there is no easy answer.
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Tolles inducted several Hilliard students into its chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) and honored retiring Tolles Superintendent Kim Wilson during the annual induction ceremony. NTHS is America’s highest award for excellence in career-technical education.
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The Hilliard City School District is incredibly proud of our work in the area of technology. The vision of the Technology Task Force has served as a blueprint for our journey over the past three years – and we are just getting started. By the end of this year we will realize our goal of being One2One in grades Pre-K through 12. At the upper Read More
The City of Hilliard is hosting an open house to kick off a study of the roundabouts at Cemetery Road & Main Street, Scioto Darby Road & Main Street, and Davidson Road & Britton Parkway.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend on Wednesday, April 26 from 5:30-7:30 PM at the Hilliard Senior Center, 3810 Veterans Memorial Drive. For more information, please contact Letty Schamp, Deputy City Engineer at email@example.com.
An animation by Paul Beadles and Lucas Selby will be showing at the prestigious Wexner Center’s Ohio Shorts this weekend. The boys will also be featured in The Columbus Dispatch’s Weekender.
Two other Davidson student films will also be featured this weekend at Temple University’s Derek Freese Youth Film Fest. The team of Aidan Byrne, Luke Wilford, and Nate Wilke’s Clubs, a comedy short, and Michael Brennen’s Onion Todd and his Graveyard Adventure, a walk cycle animation, will be shown with student films from all over the Eastern Mid-Atlantic States.
We are very proud of our students; it is an honor to be featured in these venues.
Join our technology team to learn about our One2One program. Each student in grades K-12 will receive a district-owned iPad to use during the school year. K-4 students will keep their devices at school. Grade 5 students will pilot a take-home scenario in January 2018 and 6-12 students will take their iPad home each day throughout the school year. You can choose any session below, no matter where your child will be going to school.
We will provide information about the initiative and answer questions. All meetings are the same presentation, so choose the one that works for you!
Topics will include:
- Why are we doing this?
- Device information
- What can an iPad do?
- What will my student receive?
- Technology Protection Plan
- Apple ID
- Apps for learning
- Training and support