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Four Hilliard High School students were members of the Tolles Career & Technical Center team at the Ohio SkillsUSA Competition in Columbus. Seth Hahn, a senior from Hilliard Bradley High School in the Digital Media Production Program, earned first placed and a gold medal in the television/video broadcasting competition. He will have the opportunity to compete in Kansas City in June. Read More
The traditional African proverb, “It takes a village to raise a child” has been widely quoted when examining the partnerships required during the maturation of our youth. Our “village” has never been more necessary than it is today. We live in a face-paced, instant information, and pressure-packed world. Today’s children are faced with a myriad of both challenges and opportunities. Navigating parenthood can be a daunting undertaking – partnerships and supports are welcome and necessary to prepare our students for tomorrow. Read More
The Superintendent’s Student Advisory group will once again sponsor a Community Recycling Day. The event will take place Saturday, May 10, from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. at Hilliard Darby High School, 4200 Leppert Road, Hilliard, OH.
Free recycling drop-off and document shredding for Hilliard City School District residents. Recycle your computers, small appliances, cell phones and documents.
The Franklin County Commissioners recognized four Hilliard High School Seniors on May 6th for their academic and artistic excellence. Siddartha Revur from Hilliard Darby High School and Jason Ng from Hilliard Davidson High School were honored for a commitment to academic excellence. They have skillfully demonstrated their knowledge and abilities beyond the classroom in regional, state, or national academic competitions. Abigail Niehaus from Hilliard Darby High School and Tanner Elker from Hilliard Bradley High School were honored for a commitment to artistic excellence. They stand out within their school community for their achievements, and they serve as an example to other aspiring artists, both within their school and the greater community.
Hilliard City Schools will always embrace new technology. Director of Technology Rich Boettner believes it’s important to let the community know how new technology is being used in the classroom every day. In his Technology Connections Blog he is spotlighting different ways iPads are being used. This week he looks into a Hilliard Darby High School Science class. Shawn Morris is using the Noteability app to work on science concepts with his class. Students can import teacher notes, presentations and documents into Noteability. Then they can notate on top of the documents and save their work. They can even turn this work back into Mr. Morris if it is an assignment.