Superintendent John Marschhausen would like to invite you to one of three evenings of State of the Schools Events. The events will give all residents, parents, students and staff members the opportunity to learn about the direction our schools are headed and what this means for the community. “I’m excited to share not only the great things happening in our schools, but the vision for the future,” said Dr. Marschhausen.
Each night will begin with a musical performance from one of our student groups, and then there will be a short address from Dr. Marschhausen.
Monday, October 24th 6- 7pm at Darby HS
Tuesday, October 25th at 6- 7pm at Davidson HS
Wednesday, October 26th at 6- 7pm at Bradley HS
Each night will be the same so please pick one that fits your schedule. Please invite staff, friends, neighbors and family members.
As you know, the upcoming election contains important issues, and none is more important than Issue 58, the combined 4.5 mill operating and $50 million bond levy for our Hilliard City Schools. We want to remind you of a voting option that hundreds of our parents have already used.
The State of Ohio has made voting by mail (also known as absentee voting) extremely easy and convenient. By submitting a completed application, you and any other voting members of your household can avoid long lines, bad weather, and busy schedules to vote from the comfort of your home. Read More…
Strong schools and strong communities go hand in hand. In this video we hear Superintendent John Marschhausen and Hilliard Mayor Don Schonhardt discuss how our excellent schools help to maintain property values and attract quality businesses to our community. Helping students grow to be the future leaders of our community is at the heart of our mission and is why we prepare student to be Ready for Tomorrow.
Tuesday, November 8th is an important day for the education of Hilliard City Schools’ students. That is when voters will decide the outcome of the combined 4.5 mill operating and a $50 million bond levy. Funding from this ballot issue will pay for day-to-day operations of our schools and provides classroom space to keep up with our enrollment growth now and in the immediate future. Read More…
R Factor is a Performance Pathway taught by Tim Kight and his company Focus 3 that we are sharing with all 16,000 plus students in our district.
It helps you navigate the events of life and work in a way that produces great results. The answer begins with a simple, but powerful equation: E + R = O (Event + Response = Outcome) Read More…
Hilliard City Schools will host 19 informational forums for community members this fall. The events are designed to provide factual information about the upcoming November 8 ballot issue and the district’s finances. The goal is to reach every attendance area within our school community.
The Hilliard City Schools is on the ballot for a combined 4.5 mill operating and $50 million bond levy. Funds from the levy will go towards day-to-day operations and for the Read More…