All students are asked to have the following supplies:
- 2” Binder
- 1 pkg. Pencils
- 1 ink pen
- 1 pencil pouch
- Ear buds
- 1 pkg. 200 count notebook paper
- Optional: Stylus
Band/Orchestra Supply: 1” Binder w/200 count notebook paper
FUN, FRIENDS and a FREE nutritious lunch in the summer! Hilliard Free Lunch Summer Camp for Kids will have THREE Hilliard camp locations this summer. Children will participate in supervised programming that includes recreation, art, special visitors and the children at each camp will run a business learning valuable skills for the future. A healthy lunch is served daily through the USDA Summer Food Service Program. Camp is in session Monday through Friday, June 15 – July 29 (closed July 4). Find out how to register early or call 614-586-7939 for additional information.
If you were unable to attend one of our parent meetings last month, you can see the presentation on our One2One site. This has information for families who will be getting iPads next year and may not be familiar with the device. It also includes the district iPad handbook.
Our last ‘Parenting in the Digital Age’ workshop is this Thursday, May 5th from 7-8 pm at Weaver Middle School. Our technology team will discuss strategies on how to make this a more balanced digital summer for your student. They will have great apps for when your child is on the device and ideas on how to get them off the device.
Then come join us for the R Factor Summer Camp 2016! Come learn about and be trained on the 6 R-Factor disciplines that help us all respond and behave “Above the Line“.
For the following schools, a completed registration form, registration fee and the first tuition payment will be required in order to complete the enrollment of your child in the SACC program. Parents will be notified by mail to confirm their registration: ALTON DARBY, HILLIARD HORIZON, AVERY, JW REASON, BEACON, RIDGEWOOD, BRITTON, SCIOTO DARBY, BROWN, DARBY CREEK, HILLIARD CROSSING Read More…
The Facilities Task Force Committee has concluded its research and analysis of the future facility needs of the Hilliard City School District. The community-led committee presented its findings to the Board of Education in February.
The group, which met between November 2015 and February 2016, was charged with reviewing the current capacities of all schools in the district, as well as studying past enrollment trends and future enrollment projections, the impact of current and future housing developments, and facility maintenance and sustainability. Read More…