Davidson families, students, coaches and administrators celebrated the groundbreaking of the new Davidson High School Strength and Conditioning Facility on Monday, April 6.
A dedicated group of parents and community members have raised more than $100,000 already to begin this project. The facility will be a 50X70X10 foot metal building and will cost $200,000 to complete. When it is finished, this will be utilized by students during physical education classes as well as Davidson High School student athletes. Read More
The Hilliard Way is centered around a personalized education. In this video, one of our teachers shares how she works to know each student and the best way that they learn. You can see more Hilliard Way videos on the upper left side of our district web page.
We are proud to announce that both Bradley and Davidson’s Theater Departments received The Gold Troupe Award. This is the highest honor that the Educational Theatre Association can give to a high school theatre program at the state level. This year there were only four high schools in Ohio that managed to achieve this high honor. Two of the four schools are in Hilliard. Read More
This is the fourth year for the Hilliard City Schools Celebrating Excellence staff recognition program. We are committed to excellence, and committed to recognizing our fellow employees who go the extra mile to meet the needs of our students. Across the district, there are more than 1,500 employees. Today we honor the 10 employees who emulated the characteristics of this distinguished honor.
Thanks to Xtek, TREMCO and Modern Office Methods for generously sponsoring our breakfast. Each award winner will receive a canvas picture that was taken by one of our talented high school students. We thank Tamara Holman with HR Imaging Partners for generously donating the awards. Each winner also receives flowers, donated by Ameritas. Read More
Brown Elementary set a new record by donating over $20,000 to Pennies for Patients! Over the last ten years, Brown has donated $118,000 to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society! LLS 2014 boy of the year and hero Evan Schroeder, a cousin of one of our own teachers, joined the celebration. This year is his seventh anniversary of his bone marrow transplant that helped him beat leukemia! Brown had a celebration assembly including a staff color run to celebrate the students, families, and staff working so hard to fight childhood cancer! #HilliardProud
The start of the biennium budget process in Ohio has brought concerning news for our district. Once again, the budget plan seeks to eliminate state TPP reimbursements to school districts like ours for lost local revenues.
The Tangible Personal Property tax was a business tax that was removed as part of overall tax reform in 2005 as a way to improve the business climate in Ohio. The TPP taxes were local dollars that were paid directly to schools. Read More