HILLIARD BRADLEY JAG DAYS
Schedule pick-up, school pictures/IDs, parking passes, pay school fees, tour building
Wednesday, August 19 — Senior, Junior & Sophomore Schedule Pick-up
- Last Names: A-G 8:00am – 10:00am
- Last Names: H-P 10:00am – 12:00pm
- Last Names: Q-Z 1:00pm – 3:00pm
Thursday, August 20 — Freshman Schedule Pick-up 8:00am – 12:00pm
even if you attended in June, you need to come and pick up an updated schedule and have your ID taken
Thursday, August 20 — Make-up Day for Schedule Pick-ups 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 – FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
Important Information and Links
Update Contact Information and Sign Forms
Hilliard City Schools cares about maintaining a high quality educational experience for students while also streamlining operational costs. With this goal in mind, parents can now pay school related fees online without the extra cost of a processing fee!
Parents will be able to pay lost book fees, class/course fees and extracurricular participation fees through the Home Access Center without a transaction fee. While processing fees for meal payments will continue to be billed to the family, Hilliard City Schools negotiated a reduction of these fees to 3.99 percent.
In addition to making fee payments online, parents may also sign off on important forms and receive key information such as:
- updating emergency contact information; (THIS IS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT! PLEASE DO IT IMMEDIATELY. )
- signing off on athletic/extracurricular participation forms;
- accessing student schedules for middle and high school students;
- reviewing attendance and discipline information;
- receiving report cards and interims in grades 6-12;
- getting transcripts for grades 6-12; and,
- finding class work assignments and scores for grades 6-12.
Be sure to check out the Home Access Center to update your emergency contact information, sign off on key forms, pay your school related fees and find important information related to your student’s learning experience. For additional information, please contact the school office at 614-921-7400.
ATTENTION Parents of all Students (ESPECIALLY ATHLETES)
Make sure your EMERGENCY CONTACT INFORMATION and INSURANCE INFORMATION is updated on Home Access! Just a reminder, all athletes must be covered by medical insurance. Insurance can be purchased through the school if needed. Contact the Athletic Department for details.
Home Access Link: https://homeaccess.hboe.org/ After you sign-in, click on the ‘Update Student Information’ option and follow the instructions at the top of the page. Scroll down to review and update appropriate information, and in particular, review the “Medical and Misc. Information” section to update insurance information and sign-off on athletic related forms.
You also need to electronically “sign-off” on the Risk Acknowledgement, Travel Permit, Concussion and Athletic Handbook Acknowledgement documents, located on Home Access. Please review and sign-off of these documents in Home Access in order to be prepared to participate on the first day of practice/tryouts.
Fall sports participation fee ($100 per sport for high school, $80 for middle school) can be paid online at www.mypaymentsplus.com . If necessary, payments can also be paid in the HS Athletic Office or the Main Office. DO NOT give participation fees to coaches. They have been instructed not to take it.
Health Screenings Information
The Hilliard City School Nurses will be conducting health screenings on selected grade levels in the near future. Hearing screening is done on kindergarten, first, third, fifth and ninth grade students while vision is performed on the same grade levels as well as seventh grade. Scoliosis screening is done on all sixth and seventh graders. These are the grades, which the Ohio Department of Health recommends for screening. If a student fails the first screening, a second screening is done. If the student then has difficulty a referral will be mailed to the parent. Although all screenings are fairly accurate, this is not a substitute for a regular visit to your physician or eye doctor. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call your school nurse.
Beginning July 1, 2015 we will be using an online system for volunteer badges. Secure Volunteer is an easy to use system created to help parents and community members get their volunteer badges on their own time. You will no longer need to make an appointment to come to Central Office for your badge. Learn more about Secure Volunteer
Freshman Orientation, is scheduled for June 2, 2015, from 8:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Bradley High School.
During this time, students will visit various informative stations, receive a copy of their schedule, and take a tour of the building. We have a fun day planned and look forward to having your students here with us on June 2nd. Students will receive a unique class of 2019 T-Shirt.
Please make plans to drop off your child promptly at 8:15 a.m. and pick them up at 12:00 p.m. We request that your student stay the entire time.
Please complete the online Freshman Orientation registration form. This can be found by going to:
Tolles inducted 27 students into its chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) and honored former instructor Carol Reed as an honorary member during the annual induction ceremony. NTHS is America’s highest award for excellence in career-technical education. Read More…
Congratulations to the following students for receiving journalism awards from OSMA, the Ohio Scholastic Media Association, for the 2014-2015 school year!
- Honorable Mention for Newswriting
- Madison Mobus, senior
- Olivia Rastatter, junior
- Honorable Mention for Review writing
- Olivia Rastatter, junior
- Honorable Mention, News Feature writing
- Olivia Rastatter, junior
- Honorable Mention, Personality profile writing
- Luul Said, sophomore
- Honorable Mention, Editorial writing
- Fardowsa Gaileh, junior
- Honorable Mention, Column writing
- Sarra Abdurahim, junior
The Reporter won a 3rd place overall award for newspapers in Ohio. Congratulations to all!
Congratulations to seniors Lauren Valdes and Ally Duckworth, both of whom earned national recognition in The Scholastic Art and Writing Awards 2015. Lauren Valdes won a Gold Medal for her ceramics work titled “It Has Not Broken Me” and Ally Duckworth was awarded a Silver Medal for her ceramics work titled “Glass Forms.” These students have been identified by panels of creative professionals as the most talented young artists and writers in the nation. This year, 300,000 works of art and writing were submitted. Only the top 1% were recognized at the national level. These students have been invited to attend a ceremony at the world-famous Carnegie Hall on Thursday, June 11. The photo shows Valdes’ work.