HART, Health Awareness and Recovery Together, a Hilliard Community Alliance for Mental Health Initiatives invites you to join us to learn about the opiate/heroin/substance abuse crisis in the Hilliard area. Learn how this is affecting our community, as we embrace awareness and unite to prevent one more death.
This is a problem all across the United States and we want to be at the forefront of supporting our students, parents and community. Hear testimonies from local families, your neighbors and professionals on the front line.
This Town Hall style meeting will take place at Hilliard Bradley High School, Tuesday, October 4, 2016, 7 to 9 p.m. Please make time to join us as we work together to find a solution.
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 would like to sign up to volunteer, please click HERE to access our Sign Up Genius.
Tuesday, November 8th is an important day for the education of Hilliard City Schools’ students. That is when voters will decide the outcome of the combined 4.5 mill operating and a $50 million bond levy. Funding from this ballot issue will pay for day-to-day operations of our schools and provides classroom space to keep up with our enrollment growth now and in the immediate future. Read More…
Next week, Teams will be participating in their Team building Day. A permission slip was sent home and must be signed and returned by students along with $15.00 to participate. Fee Scholarships are available if applicable by contacting Wes – Vehicles for Change at 614-348-8869.
Students will need a packed lunch on their team building day.
Tuesday, September 13 – Teams T and E
Wednesday, September 14 – Teams G and S
Thursday, September 15 – Teams R and I
We have kicked off our only PTO fundraiser for the year!!! We are asking you to support us in this endeavor in order to fund all of the activities, trips, and student incentives we have in place for students at Tharp including the Pool Party, Darby Creek Team Trip, and Track and Field Day to name a few. Every sale counts and all of the money raised will go directly to benefiting the students at Tharp. The safety of our students is of the upmost importance so we are discouraging students from going door to door. Hopefully, family members, friends and colleagues at work can support your student with their fundraising effort
R Factor is a Performance Pathway taught by Tim Kight and his company Focus 3 that we are sharing with all 16,000 plus students in our district.
It helps you navigate the events of life and work in a way that produces great results. The answer begins with a simple, but powerful equation: E + R = O (Event + Response = Outcome) Read More…
Hilliard City Schools will host 19 informational forums for community members this fall. The events are designed to provide factual information about the upcoming November 8 ballot issue and the district’s finances. The goal is to reach every attendance area within our school community.
The Hilliard City Schools is on the ballot for a combined 4.5 mill operating and $50 million bond levy. Funds from the levy will go towards day-to-day operations and for the Read More…