You can find the Senior Information Packet and other important information for seniors at http://www.hilliardschools.org/hdb/seniorgraduation-information/
While our families are enjoying some time away from school over spring break, our Operations Department is still hard at work. Here are just some of the projects our team is completing this week.
- Memorial Middle School: Continue new build
- Weaver: Waterline repair
- Davidson: Waterline repair
- Ridgewood: Begin the roofing project
- Darby: Wall patching
- Memorial: Removing vacant book shelves from the media center
- Various Buildings: Cooling tower maintenance
- Davidson: Parking lot – patch potholes
- Avery: Parking lot – patch potholes
- Darby: Install exhaust in stadium concession stand
- Transportation: We are conducting a third party efficiency audit of our bus routes to insure we are getting the most out of our transportation resources
The goal of the Hilliard City Schools Operations Department is to provide a warm, safe and dry learning and working environment for all students, teachers and staff. In 2006 our community supported a Permanent Improvement levy that generates approximately $4.6 million dollars annually. This can only be used for repairs, improvements to facilities and grounds, and capital assets with a useful life of five years or more. This is a tremendous resource for our District, but as you can see from the list above the cost to protect and preserve the quality of our buildings remains high.
As the City of Hilliard embarks on road construction near several of our schools along Scioto Darby and Leppert Roads, we want to share as much information as we can.
According to the City of Hilliard’s Project web page, the goal of the Scioto Darby and Leppert Roads Improvements Project is to improve traffic flow, reduce speeds and enhance safety for all travelers. The city has an interactive map you can use to follow along with the project. You can also sign up with the city to receive email alerts as the project progresses.
Safety of our students is our top priority during this construction. Please talk to your students about these traffic changes. Let them know they should leave for school a little earlier than normal, and be aware if they walk or drive to our campuses. If you see something that you feel is a safety concern please reach out to your building principal. We are working with city officials to communicate as often as possible. This might cause some frustrations over the next year or so, but working together, we can get through this as safely as possible.