Tuesday, November 8th is an important day for the education of Hilliard City Schools’ students. That is when voters will decide the outcome of the combined 4.5 mill operating and a $50 million bond levy. Funding from this ballot issue will pay for day-to-day operations of our schools and provides classroom space to keep up with our enrollment growth now and in the immediate future. Read More…
R Factor is a Performance Pathway taught by Tim Kight and his company Focus 3 that we are sharing with all 16,000 plus students in our district.
It helps you navigate the events of life and work in a way that produces great results. The answer begins with a simple, but powerful equation: E + R = O (Event + Response = Outcome) Read More…
Hilliard City Schools will host 19 informational forums for community members this fall. The events are designed to provide factual information about the upcoming November 8 ballot issue and the district’s finances. The goal is to reach every attendance area within our school community.
The Hilliard City Schools is on the ballot for a combined 4.5 mill operating and $50 million bond levy. Funds from the levy will go towards day-to-day operations and for the Read More…
The Ohio Department of Education recognized the Hilliard City School District as one of fifty-three districts in Ohio for exceeding expectations in student growth in 2015 with the Momentum Award. According to the Ohio Department of Education website, “Schools must earn straight A’s on all Value-Added measures on the report card.” Read More…
The Hilliard City Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a reductions list should the district’s 4.5 mill operating levy combined with a $50 million dollar bond issue not be approved by voters on November 8. These reductions include eliminating 60 teaching and administrative positions.
“With 1,000 new students expected over the next five years, funding from the November 8 levy is critical if we want to maintain the excellent work happening in our schools,” stated Board President Heather Keck. “Without additional funds, we will have no choice but to cut valuable teachers and programs that are important to our success.” Read More…
Important Forms & Links:
Update Home Access Contact Information
School Messenger Preferences
One2One Parent Information
Free Lunch Application
If you were unable to attend one of our parent meetings last month, you can see the presentation on our One2One site. This has information for families who will be getting iPads next year and may not be familiar with the device. It also includes the district iPad handbook.
Our last ‘Parenting in the Digital Age’ workshop is this Thursday, May 5th from 7-8 pm at Weaver Middle School. Our technology team will discuss strategies on how to make this a more balanced digital summer for your student. They will have great apps for when your child is on the device and ideas on how to get them off the device.