This fall, Hilliard Tharp will provide sixth grade students the opportunity to participate in an after school extracurricular activity. A variety of courses will be offered on different days and at different times. You can see course offerings and descriptions if you open the PDF flyer below. Tprogram will be conducted by Hilliard Tharp staff members. Please read the requirements below carefully as you consider participation in any of the activities. There are two necessary requirements that parents need to keep in mind before registering a student. First, it is absolutely imperative that transportation is arranged by you ahead of time so that your child can return home safely after each session. Secondly, it will be necessary for instructors to work free of disciplinary problems. Should any student present a persistent problem during the activity period, he/she will be excluded from the remaining activity dates and will forfeit the fee.
View the course descriptions HERE.
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Tharp students choose to be drug free!
Monday: “Turn Your Back on Drugs.” -Wear your clothes backwards or inside out
Tuesday: “You aren’t alone in the fight against drugs!” -Twin day-wear same outfit as a friend
Wednesday: “Team Up Against Drugs!” -Wear your Tharp team t-shirt.
Thursday: “Red Out Against Drugs!” -Wear all RED
Friday: “My Future Is Bright Without Drugs” -Dress up as your future career.
The Hilliard City School District is pleased to begin our one to one initiative for the 2014-15 school year. Every student in grade six will be loaned an iPad mini to use both at school and at home during enrollment in the school district. Based on research we have done, the use of the iPad in a school setting is arguably one of the most significant ways to impact student motivation toward school, increase learning and achievement, provide learning resources and ebooks, and prepare students for a 21st century environment that all students will soon enter. Learn More
Thanks to all the Tharp staff and students who wore pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month!