FALL SPORTS-MS and HS Athletics Parent Meeting-Monday, July 27, 2015.
Bradley High School Auditorium, 6pm.
Beginning July 1, 2015 we will be using an online system for volunteer badges. Secure Volunteer is an easy to use system created to help parents and community members get their volunteer badges on their own time. You will no longer need to make an appointment to come to Central Office for your badge. Learn more about Secure Volunteer
iPad Distribution Days: All students who will be in 6th, 7th, or 8th grade for the 2015-2016 school year will need to attend one of the Hilliard City Schools iPad Distribution days at Darby High School on Wednesday, August 12 or Thursday, August 13. Attendance of a parent/guardian and their student is required.
To help avoid congestion and to make the iPad distribution process as efficient as possible, we are asking families go to the One2One site to choose a time slot to pick up their child’s iPad. Other information, such as FAQ, the Loan Agreement and the iPad Handbook, can be found on there as well.
Jag Days: Students will be able to pick up their schedules, get their school pictures taken and ID’s made, pick up textbooks and tour the building.
August 18, 7th graders, 9am-12 noon
August 19, 8th graders, 9am-12 noon
August 19, make-up, either grade, 4-6pm
School Pictures will be taken by HR Imaging during JAG days. Each family should be receiving a flyer from HR Imaging during the summer. Hang on to that form and use it to purchase pictures and/or also order your 2015-2016 school yearbook on JAG Days.
New Student-Parent Orientation and Open House for the 15-16 school year is scheduled for Tuesday evening, September 1. The New Student-Parent Orientation will begin at 6:30 pm in the auditorium. Open House will follow at approxiamately 7:30 pm. More details will be coming.
School Supply List: One 3-ring binder, Dividers, 1 Pack Pencils, 1 Pen, Ear buds, 1 Pack (200 count) Notebook Paper
Band/Orchestra Supply List: 1″ Binder with Notebook Paper (200 count)
MMS Home Access Center (HAC) – Parents must complete Emergency Medical information and “sign-off” on the student handbook, and for athletes; the athletic handbook, travel/risk acknowledgement, and concussion forms. An instructional video and written instructions are available at the bottom of the log-in screen. Instructions for the Athletic requirements are available on the Athletic page.
Tests and assessments . . . students have been taking them in American schools for generations. Exams are part of our school culture; we test students to see what they know, where they need to improve, and if our instructional practices are reaching the students. I don’t know an educator who believes we should get rid of all assessments. We must have accountability in our schools.
The recent focus on assessments in Ohio has garnered a great deal of media attention. Teachers, parents, and students have expressed serious concerns about the amount of testing we are doing in our public schools. There is legislation pending to reduce the time spent on state assessments; our legislators have heard us and are considering a myriad of options. Read More…
During this time, students will visit various informative stations, receive a copy of their schedule, and take a tour of the building. We have a fun day planned and look forward to having your students here with us on June 2nd. Students will receive a unique class of 2019 T-Shirt.
Please make plans to drop off your child promptly at 8:15 a.m. and pick them up at 12:00 p.m. We request that your student stay the entire time.
Please complete the online Freshman Orientation registration form.