Signup for Enrichment or Academic classes that are being offered this summer.
The Hilliard Way means moving our students forward while being mindful of taxpayer dollars. In this video Treasurer Brian Wilson explains how we keep costs in check each and every day. You can see more Hilliard Way videos on the upper left side of our district web page.
How do I report potential cases of bullying to the school?
If you feel your child is the victim of bullying, there are multiple ways you can report the situation. Often the most effective way to report your concerns is a call directly to the building principal. Our principals have been trained in handling bullying situations, the building staff is the closest to the situation, and the building staff will likely be conducting the investigation. Our building leaders know their students – our ultimate goal is to remedy the situation, provide immediate support and resources for the victim, and help the aggressor learn from unacceptable behaviors. Read More
Join the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Group for their annual Recycling Day. It will take place on April 25th from 8am-noon at the Hilliard Community Center, 3800 Veterans Memorial Dr.
We will be accepting, paper, electronics and Styrofoam for recycling, however this year we CANNOT accept TV’s or Styrofoam from food packaging.
From 10am-noon the City of Hilliard will also have Earth Day events going on; OSU EcoCAR, inflatables, crafts, games and prizes for kids! Community trash pick up, The Central Ohio Bee Keeper Association and MORE!
Do you find your kids chained to their devices all summer long? Join us on May 6th for our third Community Innovation Hour as we share strategies on how to make this a more balanced digital summer. We will showcase engaging educational apps, help you set boundaries on using devices and offer some alternatives when it’s time to shut off the device. This event is free and we will have free babysitting for children over two years old. The event will take place at the ILC, 5323 Cemetery Rd, from 6:30 – 7:30 pm.
Davidson families, students, coaches and administrators celebrated the groundbreaking of the new Davidson High School Strength and Conditioning Facility on Monday, April 6.
A dedicated group of parents and community members have raised more than $100,000 already to begin this project. The facility will be a 50X70X10 foot metal building and will cost $200,000 to complete. When it is finished, this will be utilized by students during physical education classes as well as Davidson High School student athletes. Read More