SENIORS – IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Senior Panoramic Picture will take place directly following the Pep Assembly, tomorrow at 10 AM.
- If you are morning / full day Tolles Student – you will:
- Remain at Davidson (do not go to Tolles in the morning – unless you are choosing to NOT participate in the Senior Class Picture).
- Stay in the commons study hall for periods 1 and 2.
- Proceed to the Pep Assembly and then remain in the gym for the Senior Panoramic Picture taking instructions. There will be a bus to take you back to Tolles following the picture.
- If you are a morning / full day ILC student – you will:
- Arrange your transportation back to ILC or ride a later ILC bus if you choose to stay at Davidson for the morning. If you choose this option, stay in the commons study hall for periods 1 and 2.
- Proceed to the Pep Assembly and then remain in the gym for the Senior Panoramic Picture taking instructions.
- It is up to you to check your schedule and participate in the senior picture at 10 AM.
All senior students: It is your responsibility to contact your teachers if you are missing class at Tolles or the ILC in order to arrange any make-up work. Tolles and the ILC have been communicated with about this altered schedule.
The theme for our 2015 homecoming dance is “When in Rome”. Join us for a night of fun on Saturday, October 10th. The dance is from 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM at Davidson High School. Ticket costs are $10 for Davidson students and $15 for non-Davidson guests. Coat and shoe check are available for $1.
Congratulation to the following students for being chosen as student of the month for October:
Lisa Marie Straub – 12th Grader of the Month
Payton Noelle Colman – 11th Grader of the Month
Madison Smiley – 10th Grader of the Month
Kayla Elizabeth McClellan – 9th Grader of the Month
Michael Andrew Capretta – Performing Arts of the Month
Billie-Marie Stacey Ross – Visual Arts of the Month
Garrett Cambron Askew – Athlete of the Month
Congratulations to Jim Smith for being chosen as Teacher of the Month!
We will be hosting a free parent workshop to discuss sexting and bullying. The Hilliard Police Department will be on hand to define these topics from a legal perspective and talk about the real life consequences students can face. This will take place November 5th at Darby High School from 6:30 pm till 8:00 pm. We will also work with Clinicians from Syntero to talk about the emotional impact this takes on our students. This will be an interactive night going over real life scenarios Please come ready to ask questions and join in the discussion.
Do you want to make a positive impact with students and work on your own daily schedule? Hilliard City Schools is looking for substitute secretaries, substitute intervention assistants and substitute custodians for the 2015-16 school year. You must be at least 21 and have a high school diploma or GED. The ideal sub will have prior experience, but we will train the right candidate! Substitute secretaries, assistants and custodians are employed through the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio. The rate of pay is $11 per hour and it rises to $11.50 an hour after subbing 30 times.
To secure your spot at our October 27, 2015 substitute orientation be sure to follow these simple steps: Read More…
Back Row – Cody Lam, Cody Miller, Caleb Crawford, Casey Bauchmoyer, Jacob Stischok, Timothy Sanford, Mina Metyas
Front Row – Anna Henderson, Brooke Doty, Alexis Zody, Hillary Hunt, Iman Batiste, Lily Ault, Mallory Wilson, Kaitlyn Philips, Lia Ferguson
Not Pictured – Colton Miles and Brian Long
The Hilliard Davidson band performed early this morning for the NBC4 Morning Kickoff Show. View more at NBC4.
This Friday morning, September 25, the Hilliard Davidson High School Band and Cheerleaders will appear on the NBC4 “Morning Kickoff Show.” From 5:00 am to 7:00 am, the Band and Cheerleaders will be appearing LIVE here at Davidson Stadium. Everyone is welcome to attend and take part in the event. That’s this Friday, September 25, from 5:00 am to 7:00 am here for the NBC4 “Morning Kickoff Show.”
In addition to the “Morning Kickoff Show” NBC4 and This Week present the High School Team Challenge. Beginning September 21st, go to www.highschoolteamchallenge.com to vote for Hilliard Davidson! The six schools with the most votes will win McDonald’s Activities Grant to offset local activities fees or related expenses. 1st place: $10,000; 2nd place: $5,000; 3rd place; $2,500. VOTE DAILY!!
Isolated…yet stronger together.
On Monday, September 21st the students in the Hilliard City Schools had the day off; our teachers, staff, and administration were hard at work with the dedicated first responders that serve our schools. It wasn’t a normal work day for our team; it was unsettling and challenging, but also empowering. Your school team is better prepared. Read More…