Registration begins Monday, March 2nd for the After Class Enrichment or ACE program. This new program has been designed by Hilliard SACC to meet the social, emotional and physical needs of our 6th grade students. ACE has been developed to complement, not imitate, the school day. We will incorporate lessons designed around issues pertinent to sixth grade students. They will receive homework help, structured activities, technology, physical activities and some time just for interacting with friends in a safe supervised environment. ACE will be offered in both Read More
Ten students from all three high schools represented our district, themselves and their communities at a student and faculty inclusion hour at Otterbein University. The group was lead by Hilliard Diversity Coordinator Janet Monseur-Durr. The students honestly shared their insights, experiences and dreams with faculty members from the college. Giving students a forum to advocate for their own needs as well as the needs of their Hilliard community prepares them to leaders of the world tomorrow.
Do you love working with children and want a flexible week day job? Please check out these openings to work in our district.
The Hilliard SACC Program is currently interviewing qualified, responsible individuals for the position of Site Coordinator & Program Leader. Requirements for Site Coordinator include a 4 year college degree in a child-care related field and 3 years experience in group-care settings. Knowledge of all areas of child development necessary. Applicants with experience working with younger-age children preferred, but not required. Pay begins at $13.00/hr.-approx. 30 hrs. per week. Read More
More than 200 students from all three high schools participated in a medical professions fair at Bradley. Students were able to talk to doctors, nurses, dentists, trainers and many more professionals. It gave students the chance to hear from real world experts on careers they may be interested in. They ended the day by watching a kidney transplant narrated by an Ohio State doctor. When we give students the opportunity to explore career options now we are preparing them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
Want to have an open and straight-forward conversation with Superintendent John Marschhausen about Hilliard City Schools? Then join him during our next round of Coffee Connections. Grab a drink and chat with Dr. Marschhausen about anything on your mind. Join the conversation during any of the following times:
- Wednesday March 18 from 4-6 pm at The Rusty Bucket, 3901 Britton Pkwy;
- Thursday, March 19 from 8-10 am at Panera Bread, 1531 Hilliard Rome Rd.
- Friday, March 20 from 10-Noon at Panera Bread, 3625 Fishinger Blvd;
We are excited to announce a new initiative our Hilliard Elementary Schools will embrace over the next year, ‘It’s Our Turn to Dream.’ Superintendent John Marschhausen wants all of us to work together on the next dream for our students. Here is a video from Dr. Marschhausen as he explains this new opportunity for us.
We hope you will join us at Bradley High School on Thursday, February 26 at 7 p.m. for a charity event that benefits The Comeback Project. Former OSU football players featuring Maurice Clarett, Kenny Guiton, Corey Brown, and Jordan Hall will play against Hilliard City Schools staff members. Tickets can be purchased at Bradley High School or at the door that evening, $10 for adults and $5 for students. Players will be available after the game for photos.