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.
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.
Cookie Dough Pick-up is Wednesday, October 19 in the Tharp gym from 2:30-8:00. All students who ordered cookie dough must come with a parent to pick up their order or parents can come alone. No orders will be sent home with students on the bus. Orders that are not pick-up will be sent back to the company as we do not have freezers large enough to accommodate all of the dough. Don’t lose your cookies, please make arrangements to pick-up your cookie dough! Thank you for supporting our fundraiser.
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.
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…
We are excited to host our first book fair of the year! The theme, Buccaneer Book Fair, means we have all kinds of pirate adventure fun in store.
- October 17, 18- All students will have the opportunity to browse the books at the book fair, make wish lists using the Scholastic Book Fairs app, and enter into a drawing for free books and posters on the last day of the fair.
- October 17, 18, 19, 20- Teams will compete to see who can fill their jar with the most change and small bills for All For Books, the Scholastic program that helps get books into the hands of students and schools in need. The money we raise will be used to provide books to students in our own building and will be matched by Scholastic to distribute books to children in need through organizations such as Kids In Need Foundation, Reader to Reader, Inc., and the National Center for Families Learning.
- October 17, 18, 19, 20- “EAT, READ, PLAY” To connect our book fair to the Fuel Up to Play 60 initiatives we will be starting in the coming weeks, any student who takes advantage of our school breakfast will get entered into a drawing for a free book on the last day of our fair. Students will receive an entry each day they come to breakfast, giving their bodies the fuel they need to learn! To find out more about our school breakfast program click HERE.
- October 19- The book fair will stay open late so that families can shop during conference night.
If you wish to schedule a conference with a special areas teacher, please contact them individually to set up a time.
PE- Dean Melchiorre: Dean_Melchiorre@hboe.org
Art- Katherine Monroe: Katherine_Monroe@hboe.org or Theresa Calco-Dorro: Teresa_Calco-Dorow@hboe.org
Music- Kent Hansher: Kent_Hansher@hboe.org
21st Century- Cathi Elliott: Cathi_Elliott@hboe.org