School Board Member Doug Maggied One of Tolles 40 at 40

Tolles Career and technical Center honored 40 individuals and organizations that have contributed to the district’s success over the past 40 years. The “40 at 40” honors were part of the district’s 40th anniversary celebrations. Individuals and organizations were nominated for the honor from former students, current employees, parents, and more. Hilliard City School Board Member Doug Maggied was one of the individuals honored. Mr. Maggied is also the current Tolles Board of Education President.

Bradley Homecoming Court

The Hilliard Bradley Homecoming Dance is Saturday, October 18. The theme this year is Under the Sea. Here are the members of the Homecoming Court:

Left to Right boys: Val D’Ambrosi, Bernie D’Ambrosi, Keegan Driscoll, Demias Heard, Jordan Haywood, Andrew Goins, Jackson Beard

Left to Right Girls: Alissa Spears, Riley Beard, Zoe Banaag, Allison Curl, Mikala Popovec, Natasha Battistelli, Sonia Guessas

Student Video Contest

Several students at the Innovative Learning Center have submitted videos in a contest being sponsored by the Ohio School Board Association. The student videos are meant to express their thoughts and ideas about how public schools make a difference. The contest is part of OSBA’s “Stand Up for Public Schools” promotional campaign. You can go to for more information.

You can click on the student names to see their videos.

Ian Bell and Minar Kahn

Life Long Learning

Friday, October 17th is Central Ohio In-Service Day for teachers – often referred to as COI day in the school ranks. This is a specific day, set aside by many central Ohio school districts for our teachers to be the students. We ask so much of these dedicated professionals. The investment of time . . . time with specific learning objectives in mind . . . is essential for our professional staff. Read More

Lunch and Learn for Teachers

One of the major components of the One2One roll out this year is professional development for our teachers. One of the opportunities teachers can take part in is Lunch and Learns. The teachers meet with technology teachers during their lunch periods to get more one on one training on using Blended Learning in their classes. Blended Learning can provide students with choice and voice in their learning and is dynamically customized for each student, reaching students of varying learning styles. Giving our teachers the tools to succeed in the classroom will empower them to deliver more personalized education to our students. This is another example of how we prepare students to be ready for Tomorrow.