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
Mrs. Kalb and her fourth grade class at Alton Darby Elementary read the book “What to Do with A Box.” She then posed to the students a question…What can you do with a Box?
This helps students 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
Hilliard City Schools is proud to be a partner with The Hilliard Community Health Action Team (CHAT.) This is a grassroots initiative that identifies and examines local health and wellness issues, raises awareness, and connects the community with resources. CHAT is working to destigmatize mental health issues by educating and raising awareness around social health. In order to achieve this mission, the Hilliard CHAT, in conjunction with Nemeth Counseling and the Hilliard YMCA, would like to gather input on topics of interest relating to mental health for an upcoming series of community seminars. This survey is completely anonymous, and will only take 5 minutes to complete.
The Ohio Department of Education recognized the Hilliard City School District as one of fifty-three districts in Ohio for exceeding expectations in student growth in 2015 with the Momentum Award. According to the Ohio Department of Education website, “Schools must earn straight A’s on all Value-Added measures on the report card.” Read More
Students at Norwich Elementary are working hard these first weeks of school. The first step in learning more about technology is a lesson on being good digital citizens with technology teacher Mrs. Ripp. She has been working in classrooms showing students how to be good digital citizens, informing them about digital safety, and explaining about their digital footprint. Students also learn how to take care of our technology equipment in their classrooms, and how they all can help be classroom technology leaders. Ready for Tomorrow begins in the classroom today as students learn to create and protect their online information.