Athletic Parent Meeting for Winter Sports–Wed, Nov. 4th, 2015, at Bradley H.S. from 7:30pm-9:30 (approx.) Check the Athletic Tab for all other Winter Sports updates.
We are fortunate to have a college counselor in our district working to make the process easier for our families. Tom Woodford works to reach each student and family in the district to let them know about college information nights, deadlines for applications and how to get help with financial aid. Tom hosts parent information nights beginning in the eighth grade. This helps parents feel secure knowing their student is on the correct path to graduation. You can sign up for Tom’s college information only newsletter. Once a week he will send out important dates and news parents and students need to know. There is also a college information page located on the ILC’s homepage. Preparing students to be Ready for Tomorrow means working with them at every stage of their high school career.
Please join us on Monday, November 9 at 6:30 pm at Weaver Middle School for a digital safety workshop. In this class we will talk with parents and students about various options and choices while working in a safer, digital environment at home. This workshop will feature two breakout sessions in which parents and students will be grouped separately. Each breakout session will be tailored specifically to the parent or student audience
Memorial Middle School 2-D art students are hosting their second annual haunted hallway on Friday, October 30th. Angie Leming’s 2-D students have been doing some incredible artwork to accompany the hallway and the Bradley Theater Actors will be coming to act as scary clowns and circus creatures. Assistant Principal Justin Ufferman said, “The bar was set high last year with the haunted hall creations…Kids have really done a great job meeting and excelling with this project. With the high school students who come back as actors, and PTO parents who help with logistics and set up, staff who help with the hall…WOW, the haunted hall has truly proven to be a project that reaches out to many different groups for a common goal! Great work to all!”
The Disney Parks website has a Mom’s panel – a group of Moms (and a couple Dads) that have been selected by Disney through an application process to answer questions, share expertise, and provide advice about visiting one of Disney’s vacation destinations. These parents serve as independent contractors – not representing Disney but more sharing a Mom’s perspective based on experiences.
The Hilliard City School District seeks to launch our first “Parent’s Panel” this January. “It will be a great opportunity for parents to share information, answer questions, and Read More…
Isolated…yet stronger together.
On Monday, September 21st the students in the Hilliard City Schools had the day off; our teachers, staff, and administration were hard at work with the dedicated first responders that serve our schools. It wasn’t a normal work day for our team; it was unsettling and challenging, but also empowering. Your school team is better prepared. Read More…
At Memorial Middle School, we offer an afterschool program called Academic Help Zone. This is a time for students to complete homework, study for tests, receive extra academic assistance, and use the computers for class-related assignments. Memorial teachers will be available to assist students as they work. Academic Help Zone is offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2:15 to 3:15 in the Media Center. Students may choose the days they wish to attend. It is their responsibility to let parents know the particular days they will stay after school for Academic Help Zone. On these days, parents need to arrange for student pick up by 3:15. We must have an Academic Help Zone Permission Slip on file for all students who wish to participate. These are also available in the main office. The starting date for Academic Help Zone is Tuesday, September 29.