Earlier this year two students on Mr. Ed Globke’s bus route to Brown Elementary were “discovered.” Mr. G, as the kids call him, heard Breck Grubbs and Isabelle Mezquita singing the National Anthem. The students had learned the history of the song and how to sing it in Music class. He asked the third grade girls to sing the National Anthem every day since for the entire bus. This week the girls had the opportunity to sing in front of the Memorial Basketball team’s game.
Ready for Tomorrow is different for each student in Hilliard. Our vision as a district is that all students are empowered to push themselves to the very edge of their abilities, and are inspired to create a future for themselves. Mr. G is just one of the many staff members on our team that works to push each child to be Ready for Tomorrow.
Our district’s mission is to prepare each student to be “Ready for Tomorrow.” Tomorrow is going to be very different for many of our students. We are proud of the personalized education we offer our students each day. There are many avenues for our students to pursue as they work toward being Ready for their own Tomorrow. Read More
We’d like to wish everyone a very happy and safe Fourth of July. Please know our offices will be closed for the holiday.
The goal of the Hilliard City Schools Operations Department is to provide a warm, safe and dry learning and working environment for all students, teachers and staff. On a day-to-day basis, our custodial, maintenance, grounds, and transportation personnel maintain:
- 387 acres of district owned property
- 25 buildings totaling 2,159,610 square feet
- 86 acres of parking lots
- 83 acres of athletic fields
- 58 acres of playground area
- 157 buses driving over 10,000 miles on a daily basis
As a part of our facilities maintenance plan, our Operations department closely monitors all capital assets and routinely performs planned and preventative maintenance to protect our investments.
Recent improvements through the district include: Read More
Another successful Summer Enrichment Camp is in the books. This year more than 200 students participated in the weeklong program. They had the opportunity to take some of the eleven different classes offered. There were cooking classes, science classes and this year’s most popular was an engineering class. Preparing students to be Ready for Tomorrow doesn’t end on the last day of school. It continues into the summer with opportunities like this Enrichment Camp.
For the 2016/17 school year we had a new calendar system in place for activities. For those who are new to the calendar system, or those looking to learn a little more about how best to utilize it, we have this short video to watch. This is best for parents and community members who want to learn how to see different events on the calendar. Our goal is to make this a system that will help you and your family have instant access to district events and activities.