Welcome to Growing Readers! Hilliard City Schools knows that working together to nurture a love of reading will help your child develop into a confident reader. Our team of reading coaches and teachers have put together a web page with ideas and activities that will help to create a bond, and stimulate conversation outside of the school day with parents and students. You can check the web page each month for new topics and activities to do at home. It’s our hope that through this yearlong partnership with parents we will empower our students to be better readers. Visit the Site Now
Is your family looking for something fun to do this weekend that will also help support an amazing cause? Look no further! Trick or Trot is here! This an amazing fun run for you and your family. Each year we host Trick or Trot to remember Cody Jewell from Ridgewood Elementary. Cody was very dedicated to his education and we work together to remember him by donating to a scholarship fund called the Cody Jewell Scholarship Fund. To find out how to become a part of this great cause please read on!
Again, if you are wanting to participate (and we hope you do) please visit: www.speedysneakersracing.com OR htegrade5.weebly.com to register!
Or you can click below, print off this form and send it into school with your child!
We hope to see you this Saturday, October 25th!
Azoti has a lot to offer from the local food scene – from a Thanksgiving feast to Ohio produce of your choice every other week! And the coolest part? A portion of the proceeds goes back to HTE!
Discounts are available!
Please visit www.azoti.com/hte to view all offerings, delivery details, prices, important dates and more. Orders are due by Friday, September 26th at 11:59 pm!
Thank you to all of our parents that attended the 5th grade curriculum night on August 15th. View the schedule below for a schedule of each grades curriculum night.
We can’t wait to see you!
In response to a November 2013 parent survey asking parents what type of information and help was needed with regards to elementary math, Hilliard City Schools has created a parent website. Parents asked questions about the curriculum being taught and why it was “different” from when they learned how to add, subtract, multiply and divide. This website is meant to give parents some background on why different methods are taught at each grade level. It will also show video examples of ways parents can work with students at home to help alleviate homework stress. more
Friday, August 15, 2014:
Open House 4:00 to 5:30 p.m.
Kindergarten Play Date 5:00 to 5:30
Tue Aug 19: Students’ First Day of School
We’ve all experienced the frustration of sifting through all the papers in the backpack searching for the one thing that may be of interest to our family. In many cases we simply dump the entire stack, sometimes missing the important note from the teacher or the great opportunity from the PTO. At Hilliard City Schools we want to be responsive to parent requests and create a better experience for all families while also being more environmentally friendly and cost effective in our operations.