Future Station 6th Graders
Information for 2017-18 6th Graders.
The Hilliard Station Talent show will be held Tuesday, May 23rd at 5:30PM in the Memorial Middle School auditorium. A second showing for Station staff and students only will be held at 8AM on Wednesday, May 24th.
The talent show committee is seeking student acts that include but not limited to the following: Singers, dancers, actors, jugglers, group acts, and solo acts. We are also seeking two student emcees to host our show.
The City of Hilliard is hosting an open house to kick off a study of the roundabouts at Cemetery Road & Main Street, Scioto Darby Road & Main Street, and Davidson Road & Britton Parkway.
The public is invited and encouraged to attend on Wednesday, April 26 from 5:30-7:30 PM at the Hilliard Senior Center, 3810 Veterans Memorial Drive. For more information, please contact Letty Schamp, Deputy City Engineer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join our technology team to learn about our One2One program. Each student in grades K-12 will receive a district-owned iPad to use during the school year. K-4 students will keep their devices at school. Grade 5 students will pilot a take-home scenario in January 2018 and 6-12 students will take their iPad home each day throughout the school year. You can choose any session below, no matter where your child will be going to school.
We will provide information about the initiative and answer questions. All meetings are the same presentation, so choose the one that works for you!
Topics will include:
During the month of March, Tolles students are visiting Station to talk to our students about programs offered at Tolles and to start getting students to think about careers. Here are some pictures from their first visit on March 8th and they will be returning March 29th to talk to the rest of our students.
As a follow up to the School Start Time Task Force’s work last spring, the Board of Education approved a resolution in support of later school start times for Elementary and Middle School students. We know this will cause changes for our families, and we wanted to give you as much time as possible to make any necessary adjustments to your schedules.
Mr. Konkus’ students are building coasters, with a focus on gravitational potential energy due to position, motion, distance over time and having a blast while working hard! Students are building coasters to learn about the difference between potential and kinetic energy and the forces that effect these different types of energy.