Please join our technology team as they present a workshop for parents and students on how to keep your home safe in the digital world. There will be two breakout groups, one for parents and one for students. Each group will focus on ways to work safer in a digital world at home.
This class will be on Saturday, March 11 at the Hilliard Public Library. It will begin at 9:30 am. Please check back on our One2One webpage for future parent and student workshops.
Avery students are LOVING Night Zookeeper. Night Zookeeper is a digital online writing tool, purchased by the Avery PTO, which inspires a LOVE of writing, is extremely motivating for kids, and provides a global audience. It includes lessons created by teachers around the globe, blogging site, and assessments!
In an effort to promote creativity through writing the students are actively writing and working on high quality words for their age level. The teachers are seeing even their reluctant writers engaged and eager to write.
This contest runs throughout the month of March. Avery is in first place among other second grades and eighth overall with over 100 classes participating! Pushing students to find new passions in learning prepares them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
The second grade students in Mrs. Susie Scott’s class participated in an etiquette luncheon. The purpose of creating the Etiquette luncheon comes from education researchers who have found that when we attach a joyful experience to a piece of learning that the brain will retrieve that information more readily, hold onto it, and be able to retrieve it later to use and transfer that learning. Read More
The fifth grade students at Avery Elementary were introduced to the book Love That Dog by Sharon Creech to begin their poetry unit in Language Arts. In this book, a reluctant writer falls in love with poetry as the teacher shares different poems with her class. The boy finally expresses the loss of his dog through poetry. Read More
Horizon Elementary students command attention when they put their collaborative minds together to create, design, and build structures with materials. They discuss what is hard, what they learn from mistakes, and how the building process is fun in Creativity Lab. Watch a short video to learn more.
Hilliard Memorial Middle School Performing Arts are proud to present Disney’s THE LION KING, JR. this weekend, March 3-4. Inspired by Julie Taymor’s ingenious Broadway production, The Lion King, Jr. creates unique storytelling with glorious costumes, unique staging, and unforgettable puppetry. The African savannah comes to life with Simba, Rafiki and an unforgettable cast of characters as they journey from Pride Rock to the jungle… and back again, in this inspiring, coming-of-age tale.
Tickets are $7 General Admission and $5 for Students and Senior Citizens. They can be purchased at the door. Both shows begin at 7 PM.