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Drivers of all ages – young, old, and anyone in between – can come to this Safe Driving MINI Clinic and learn about the challenges facing drivers on today’s roads. Teenage drivers will require either a learners permit of a drivers license. All drivers will drive a 2014 MINI Cooper S through a special distraction and impairment course under the supervision of professional race car drivers and have a chance to experience ABS braking in a safe, controlled environment. A brief classroom session will share information on the hazards facing drivers of all ages. A representative from Liberty Mutual Insurance will be on hand to discuss insurance issues and possible ways to save on teenage driver premiums through special driving safety programs. Register now for one of four 1-hour time slots to have some fun behind the wheel and learn some valuable information that can keep you and your young driver(s) safe on the road. And best of all, it’s FREE courtesy of BMW Group Financial Services!
Superintendent John Marschhausen announced two changes in the Davidson High School leadership team this morning. After this school year, Davidson Principal John Bandow will be moving over to central office. Dr. Marschhausen has appointed him to take over as Director of Secondary Education. Mr. Bandow has been a part of Davidson High School since before students walked the halls. He started as an assistant principal and has now served for almost two decades as the principal. “It is with trepidation and excitement I take this step and leave my Davidson Family,” Bandow said. “I look forward to working with the entire Hilliard district as I move forward with my new position.” Read More…
We are participating in PIADA MADNESS! What is PIADA MADNESS you ask? It is a chance for us to win FREE PIADA Night for all students and staff and a $3000 donation to our Freshman Focus Program. We can earn votes for our school by mentioning ‘Davidson’ at the register. Each entrée purchased gets one ‘vote’ and you can ‘vote’ until the conclusion of the NCAA Tournament. The MADNESS begins March 15th and will conclude April 6th . You can purchase from any Piada store location to vote for Davidson. Also, once your place of work has set up a regular delivery program with the local Piada, you and your coworkers can order lunch online and have it delivered to you at work! Just make sure to mention Davidson and we would get the ‘votes’ for every entrée purchased.
Davidson was one of 8 schools in Ohio selected by the Educational Theatre Association to bring a full length production to state conference at the end of the month. The production that they saw and selected was Doctor U.
If you missed it the first time around, please come out this Friday, March 13th at 7pm to see these kids before they represent Davidson at State. This is one of the highest honors that a high school theatre program can receive at the state level. See more at: http://davidsontheatre.weebly.com/
Hilliard Davidson Alum, Jillian Yuricich, returned to Davidson on Veteran’s Day as part of the Ohio State Engineering Hometown Ambassador program. Ohio State junior and senior engineering students spent the day discussing their engineering study and work experiences with the current Davidson engineering classes. Click here to read more.
Attention Parents of Seniors:
The Davidson Boys Soccer Program is offering 2015 GRADUATION BANNERS. Just go to www.anytimebanners.com, click on the flashing “Fundraiser” button at the top of the page, and enter school code “Hdavidson15″. You will find templates to choose from or “design your own”. All orders help support your HDHS Boys Soccer Teams.
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.
50 chairs are needed to update the Media Center—let’s get into the 21st century—it has been 26 years since updates have been made. Studies show that we learn differently in today’s technological environment. These chairs have been designed, researched, and shown to facilitate improved learning outcomes! Honor a current student, alumni, staff, or teacher with a donation. It costs $200 to buy one chair! Be a part of the action and energy as the Media Centers across the district become collaborative, flexible, customized learning spaces! CLICK HERE TO DONATE!
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…