Do you love working with children? Does your passion center around running an engaging child care program? The Hilliard SACC Program is currently interviewing for the position of Site Coordinator. Our Site Coordinators will have a four year college degree in a child-care related field, at least three years experience in group-care settings and be organized. This position is approximately 30 hours per week. You can apply online, WWW.HILLIARDSCHOOLS.ORG/SACC , or call, (614) 771-2267.
Hilliard City Schools is one of nine districts taking part in a grant to use an online math tool to personalize instruction for our students and provide immediate feedback for our teachers. This 7.7 million dollar grant was awarded through the Straight A Fund from the State of Ohio. The new program will deepen problem solving and reasoning skills in students. In Hilliard, teacher professional development and online materials will target special education, gifted and ELL students in all elementary buildings. This will create a blended learning experience for students with a mix of online tools and high quality face to face instruction. The grant will also provide funds for 30 or more additional iPad minis for every building.
Join Superintendent John Marschhausen, Chief Academic Officer Kim Halley and Director of Data and Accountability Susanne Lintz for an exciting Online Lunch with the Superintendent. This session will focus on the many ways Hilliard City Schools engages the community including Community Conversations, the recent release of the Ohio Department of Education’s Local Report Card and the new Quality Profile. Community members are invited to join the discussion and ask questions from top Hilliard City Schools’ leaders. The conversation begins at noon on Wednesday, September 17. Instructions on how to access the presentation will be posted on the district’s home page earlier that day. Get the information you want in a format that fits your schedule through Online Lunch with the Superintendent!
The students at Alton Darby Elementary and Darby Creek Elementary became one giant human dot for International Dot Day. It was created as an extension to Peter H. Reynolds book, The Dot. The symbolism of creating this dot represents ADE and DCR communities coming together to make our mark on the world. Norwich Elementary students have been decorating dots for International Dot Day. The book centers around one child making his own mark on the world. The Norwich students have connected to the text by writing about ways they can make their own mark. The students also held a town hall meeting to discuss the book. This brought many different perspectives, from all ages. They will continue this learning by sharing their thinking with classes at Hoffman Trails Elementary by communicating through Skype.
Hilliard City Schools released its first Quality Profile (QP) to the community today. The QP shares not only how Hilliard Schools is performing in six key areas, it also shares the district’s goals for improvement and is being mailed to every household in the community.
“We wanted to engage with our community in a more meaningful way,” said Superintendent John Marschhausen, Ph.D. “A Hilliard Schools education goes well beyond a state mandated test and our community deserves to know about the progress we’ve made, where we still need to improve and our goals for the future.” Read More