Over the next several weeks we will launch a series of videos defining the Hilliard Way. The Hilliard Way is more than a tag line; it’s how we ensure excellence for our students and community. In these videos different members of our school district and community will share what the Hilliard Way means to them and how this simple philosophy ensures that we are all Ready for Tomorrow.
The Mathletes braved a big winter storm to compete in the Statewide Math Contest two weeks ago. We found out this weekend that they achieved historic results. Twenty-Two students competed and our top four scores made up our school score. This year’s team score was a 103 which is the best score Darby has had in the past 10 years! Our top four scorers were Jay Suh, Abhi Gadde, Jim Ohler, and Ernie Parke. All four young men qualified for the State Math Olympiad at Capital University in three weeks. Darby has never qualified more than 2 students to the Math Olympiad so to qualify four this year is amazing! Our team score put us in fifth place in Central Ohio, 5th in the state compared to schools our same size and tied for 13th in the state overall (out of 65 schools that competed). Great Job Mathletes! If any mathlete has not been able to access your score online, stop by and see Mr. Miller to get your score.
Students and parents, today at 5:00 p.m. you may view your 2015-16 course selections in Home Access. Please take time to verify your course selections. If next year’s schedule requires a change, please use the link below to submit your request. Changes must be requested no later than Friday, March 6th.
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Due to inclement weather, tonight’s College Credit Plus (PSEO) Informational meeting has been rescheduled for next Wednesday, February 25th at 7:00 pm in the PAC at Davidson High School. College representatives from each of our partnering universities will be there to share important information regarding earning college credit while in high school.
Attention current Freshman parents! Did your son or daughter sign up for an AP course next year? On Wednesday, March 4th, at 7:00 p.m. in Darby’s PAC, we will have a mandatory meeting for those students who have requested an AP course for their sophomore year. We will be discussing the expectations for these courses, and how they differ from traditional high school courses. Please plan on attending with your student!
Fire drills are part of our DNA . . . each month we practice and drill what we do in the event of a fire in our buildings.
Tornado drills a part of our routine . . . each year we take time in the spring preparing for the event of a weather emergency.
Unfortunately we must prepare for more than a fire or a tornado . . . we must prepare and drill for the event of a safety threat. It is the world today; we must be prepared for the worst. Read More…