Army Specialist Ben Harris wanted to give his mom a special surprise. Recently home from Afghanistan, he drove more than 20 hours from his base in Texas to surprise his mom at Scioto Darby Elementary. During a school assembly to learn about compassion, he came from behind the stage for a huge hug. Some of our friends in the media were able to document the special event. You can click on the links below to watch.
Britton and Norwich Elementary schools participated in the International Walk-to-School Day on Wednesday, October 8th. Walk to School Day events raise awareness of the need to create safer routes for walking and bicycling and emphasize the importance of issues such as increasing physical activity among children, pedestrian safety, traffic congestion and concern for the environment. Working with our partners in the Hilliard Police Department and Norwich Fire Department, the event builds connections between families, schools and the broader community.
Several students in fourth and fifth grade from Norwich Elementary want your math question. These math Geniuses will answer real life math questions that you can submit through their teacher at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can view the problems and the students’ answers on their the blog at the web page: http://kidblog.org/MathGeniusesInc/. This is collaboration between the gifted teacher Read More
Attend the Substitute Open House and Get Your Career Started with Hilliard City Schools
Want to work in an educational environment, with a great employer and get pay increases, yet still have a flexible schedule? Then join Hilliard City Schools on Thursday, October 9, for a Substitute Open House and expedite your Substitute Intervention Assistants and Substitute Custodians application. Complete these two simple steps then join us for the Open House on October 9 and you’ll be ready to begin a great opportunity to sub in Hilliard City Schools. Read More
For this year’s State of the Schools event, we are trying something different. Instead of parents and community members simply coming together on one night to listen to me speak, we are expanding the opportunities and offering three nights of engagement to “Ignite” your interest and passion for the future of Hilliard City Schools. Read More
Buster the Bus has been busy making the rounds of the elementary schools in our district this year. Giving kindergarten students the chance to learn how to stay safe on the bus each and every day. Safety is a top priority for our staff and empowering the youngest children in the district to take ownership for some of their own safety decisions helps prepare them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
2140 Atlas St., Columbus, OH 43228
Must be 12 years of age or older
Select service: “influenza vaccines/flu shot 5 minutes”
then site: Hilliard City Schools Flu Shots