Hilliard City School’s mission is to ensure that every student is Ready for Tomorrow. We are excited to share with you that in August 2016 all students in grades 6-12 will receive an iPad device to personalize their education as part of this goal.
We understand that parents and students will have questions as we travel along this journey. We ask that all incoming 6th, 10th, 11th, Read More
Congratulation to Tharp’s 2015-16 Geography Bee Winner Ian Corsi. He qualified as a semifinalist to compete in the Ohio National Geographic State Bee. This is the second level of the National Geography Bee in its 28th year. To qualify for this competition Ian won the Bee at Tharp and then took an on-line qualifying test. He participated in the State Competition last week, and although he didn’t advance to Nationals we are extremely proud of his efforts and the way he represented our District.
Open registration for families new to the SACC program will begin on May 2, 2016. You can download registration forms on the SACC website.
For the following schools, a completed registration form, registration fee and the first tuition payment will be required in order to complete the enrollment of your child in the SACC program. Parents will be notified by mail to confirm their registration: ALTON DARBY, HILLIARD HORIZON, AVERY, JW REASON, BEACON, RIDGEWOOD, BRITTON, SCIOTO DARBY, BROWN, DARBY CREEK, HILLIARD CROSSING Read More
The Hilliard Community is invited to attend one of two Community Forums to hear more about the options presented to the Board of Education from the Facility Task Force. You are encouraged to bring questions and offer input:
April 18th – 7pm – Weaver Middle School Cafeteria
April 21st – 7pm – Heritage Middle School Cafeteria
To read the entire Facility Task Force report click here.
If you are planning to send your child to summer school the enrollment period is underway. All the information is now online. Enroll your student
The kindergarten students have been studying all about the animals we keep as pets. At the end of the unit the students decided to see if they would be able to have a pet in their classroom. Their first step was to read and research about different pets and then they needed to vote to select a pet. They next wrote a letter to the Principal to get permission.
They then began to work with Petland. One of their employees worked with the students to teach them the animal’s traits and how to help them survive. He explained what wouldn’t work in a classroom. After a month of hard work they earned money at home and responsibility points in class and got a hamster. Thanks to Petland for donating the cool cage and hamster. We know how important our community partnerships are and we are grateful to work with businesses in town.