On behalf of the students, staff, and Board of Education of the Hilliard City School District I would like to share a sincere “thank you” to everyone for their support during our levy campaign. It has been a blessing to work with such a strong group of levy volunteers and dedicated professionals as we have engaged the community and shared the message of hope for our future. I have been humbled as you, as a community, have invited me into your living rooms to provide information and discuss the work we do as a district. Hilliard is a special place to raise a family; your support is greatly appreciated. Special thanks to our levy tri-chairs, Stasi Trout, Melinda Whitney, and Chip Ramsey. These three amazing leaders spearheaded this monumental effort – they’ve been tremendous to work with during the campaign. Read More…
These independent projects were made as a response to the “Creative Activity Challenge” given each week. Students select materials and ideas they are interested in pursuing that we would not have the time to complete in Art class. They are to practice skills or create something new to push their own limits and expand their “building and making” experience. Anything goes: digital, 2-D or 3-D. If they cannot bring it in to share, they bring in a picture or video on their iPad. They practice looking at and evaluating work done by peers and gain inspiration from each other as well.
After going to Darby Creek, Team S students analyzed our data and created these infographics to inform the community about what makes Darby Creek such a special place and why it is important to protect it.
Get ready to kick off your old socks and put on your crazy socks because crazy sock day is coming! Crazy sock day is on Tuesday, October 18th. But if you are a girl, you can also wear crazy leggings! This will kick off our Socktober drive. Here is a kid president video to help you understand what Socktober is.
Collections for Socktober will be Monday, October 17th through Friday, October 28th. Bring in new socks, gloves, hats, or mittens of any size. Look for boxes outside your team classrooms. We will donate to local homeless shelters.
The Ohio Department of Education recognized the Hilliard City School District as one of fifty-three districts in Ohio for exceeding expectations in student growth in 2015 with the Momentum Award. According to the Ohio Department of Education website, “Schools must earn straight A’s on all Value-Added measures on the report card.” Read More…