Dear Seniors & Parents class of 2016 graduates,
Have you placed an order with our official graduation supplier Jostens? If NO, the early order deadline is quickly approaching. By placing your order early you receive the best discounts available and you are still able to order our custom school graduation announcements. In addition, your cap & gown unit is fully refundable so there is peace of mind to place your order early. Jostens offers multiple ordering options. You can pick from 1 of the many different popular package options or you can build your own custom package to complete all your graduation needs. There is no deadline to order a senior class ring or class tag and those orders can be completed on the Jostens website as well.
Please complete your graduation order online ASAP before December 8th at: www.jostens.com
ORDER DEADLINE – DECEMBER 8th 2015
Questions? Please call or email Jostens @ email@example.com or 614-488-6480
Congratulations class of 2016!
Congratulations to the following students for being chosen as student of the month for November:
E. McHenry – 12th Grader of the Month
A. Abdirahman – 11th Grader of the Month
N. Wareham – 10th Grader of the Month
N. Freund – 9th Grader of the Month
S. Gara– Performing Arts of the Month
D. Rona – Visual Arts of the Month
I. Johnson – Athlete of the Month
Congratulations to Julie Wertz for being chosen as Staff Member of the Month!
Get ready for our 2nd annual Midnight Madness event! Midnight Madness will take place next Tuesday, November 24, from 10:30 p.m. until midnight in the gym. It is an interactive event that will highlight the Davidson basketball teams and cheerleaders. There will be contests, music, and activities for the entire family. Those in attendance will also have the chance to win two tickets to an upcoming Cleveland Cavs and Ohio State basketball game! Admission is free with the donation of one canned good item.
Thank you to everyone who voted! Hilliard Davidson was fortunate enough to win the $10,000 in prize money by claiming the top spot in the High School Team Challenge!
Representatives from McDonald’s as well as NBC’s Jerod Smalley presented Davidson students, staff, and administration with the $10,000 McDonald’s Activity Grant today.
Recently, Principle of Engineering students in the Project Lead the Way program raced solar panel cars they designed and built. The winning team was C. Foster, S. Fedulov, and M. Rasoul. Second place was L. Marshall, S. Weinstein, J. Hernandez, and A. Scheuler. Check out the race below!
We are fortunate to have a college counselor in our district working to make the process easier for our families. Tom Woodford works to reach each student and family in the district to let them know about college information nights, deadlines for applications, and how to get help with financial aid. Tom hosts parent information nights beginning in the eighth grade. This helps parents feel secure knowing their student is on the correct path to graduation. You can sign up for Tom’s college information only newsletter. Once a week he will send out important dates and news parents and students need to know. There is also a college information page located on the ILC’s homepage. Preparing students to be Ready for Tomorrow means working with them at every stage of their high school career.
Join us for a fun filled day on Saturday, November 7th from 8 a.m. – Noon. Free games, music, face painting, athletic clinics, performances and more by Hilliard Davidson students and faculty and local businesses.
All you can eat pancake breakfast starting at 8:00 a.m. – $7.00 for adults, $5.00 for students, children under 3 eat for free! Proceeds go to Hilliard Davidson student organizations. See flyer for more details!
The Disney Parks website has a Mom’s panel – a group of Moms (and a couple Dads) that have been selected by Disney through an application process to answer questions, share expertise, and provide advice about visiting one of Disney’s vacation destinations. These parents serve as independent contractors – not representing Disney but more sharing a Mom’s perspective based on experiences.
The Hilliard City School District seeks to launch our first “Parent’s Panel” this January. “It will be a great opportunity for parents to share information, answer questions, and Read More…
The High School Team Challenge, presented by McDonald’s, is an online competition mobilizing Columbus and Central Ohio high schools and their communities. Competing schools have a chance to win a total of $35,000 McDonald’s Activities Grants. These grants will be used to offset required local pay-to-play fees or related expenses for activities and sports. See more at www.highschoolteamchallenge.com and 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!!