Purchase them in the main office for $3. No limit on how many you can purchase. Available on a first come-first serve basis. Remember, all graduates will receive one free parking pass at the practice on Tuesday.
As we approach the conclusion of the 2016-17 school year, senior activities and graduation planning for the Class of 2017 is underway. The documents listed below have all the information you need to know about important dates and events. Read More…
Two Darby High School students were accepted to the University of Virginia 2017 STARTALK Chinese Student Academy this summer. We are proud to recognize Michael Trimboli and Alex Freewalt.
The STARTALK program’s mission is to increase the number of U.S. citizens learning, speaking, and teaching critical need foreign languages. The goal is to create a national leading model on learning Chinese language and culture online for rising 9-12th graders in the U.S. The program offers a 12-day virtual journey, featuring individualized instruction that brings real-world experiences into online learning. Students will experience productive learning outcomes in a linguistically and culturally enriched online environment and have ample opportunities to frequently interact with excellent teachers, teaching assistants, and peer learners to satisfy their individual needs on a daily basis. The program strives to create a truly interactive, communicative, and innovative classroom through the integration of a wide array of authentic tasks and advanced instructional technology.
We are proud to recognize 268 students from the 2017 graduating class who took part in this year’s academic signing. To be a part of this prestigious ceremony a student must have earned at least $20,000 in scholarships to attend college. This year our students have earned over $39 million. Congratulations to these students and their families.
This is an annual survey for our One2One initiative to help inform and guide our support and professional development for teachers moving forward. We would like to have as many parents as possible take the survey so we can utilize feedback from our parents, students and staff. This will drive our work as we strive to provide both a Blended and Personalized Learning Environment for our district staff and students.
Tolles inducted several Hilliard students into its chapter of the National Technical Honor Society (NTHS) and honored retiring Tolles Superintendent Kim Wilson during the annual induction ceremony. NTHS is America’s highest award for excellence in career-technical education.
Students inducted into the Tolles Chapter included: Read More…
It’s time to re-enroll for the new year of Kroger Community Rewards. Please re-enroll in the month of April in order to continue contributing to the Hilliard Darby group of your choice through the May 1st 2017 to April 30th 2018 year.
To enroll or re-enroll your card, simply go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com
- Click “sign-in”
- Put in your email address and password that you used to enroll their card.
- Click on participants name at the top right, scroll to the bottom for Community Rewards.
- Put in the code for the group you wish to support
93705 – Hilliard Darby PTO
91552 – Hilliard Darby Athletic Boosters
82083 – Hilliard Music Boosters
20153 – Hilliard Darby Gridiron Club
75712 – Hilliard Darby Diamond Club
- Click Enroll.
If you are having an issue with your password and or email address please 1-800-KROGERS, press 5 for customer service, press 5 to speak to a customer service representative.
If it’s the first time you are registering, you will need to set up your account first.
- For a member to enroll your card the simply go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com
- Click “create an account”
- Put in your email address and password. Confirm password
- Enter plus card OR alt ID number
- Go to Community Rewards (near bottom)
- Follow through the steps. (Name, address, etc.)
- Choose the correct organization.
- Click Enroll.
Great news! Parents and guardians now have access to Canvas as an observer. Canvas is Hilliard’s LMS (Learning Management System). Your Canvas Observer account is designed to provide visibility into your child’s education at a glance. As an observer, parents can view assignment descriptions and due dates, set notifications for course activity, view assignment grades and course announcements. Remember that Canvas provides only a slice of what your child is accomplishing in school. The teacher’s use of Canvas will vary depending on the course of study or grade level. For more information about specific courses your child is taking find the classroom teacher’s “course information” within Canvas or ask your child how they use Canvas in their classroom!
Parents/Guardians can login to Canvas using the same username and password used for Home Access Center. Login to Canvas
Congrats to the following students who are now National Merit Finalist. Audrey Cowen, Lily He, Adunoluwa Obisesan, Matthew Connell, Nathan Pimental, Sean Hollowell, Christopher Long, Justin Knueppel.
Congratulations to the following students who had their artwork placed in the 2017 Ohio Regional Scholastic Art Awards Competition. Students awarded a Gold Key or Silver Key will have their work on display at Columbus College of Art and Design in the Canzani Center in February. Congratulations to All. Read More…