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.
Students in Mrs. Hayes class have been focusing on money. As part of second grade Math curriculum they are learning how to count money, identify the coins and make change. The Avery Elementary students wanted to do a service project to wrap up their lesson. They decided to make a product they could sell during lunch to raise money for two charities, Autism Speaks and Patches of Light. Read More
The students and families participating in the School Age Child Care Program at Washington Elementary enjoyed a Hawaiian themed breakfast together. A couple times a year each SACC program invites families in to enjoy some time together. Students can show parents what they are up to each morning or afternoon, and families can get to know the staff a little better.
Registration is now open for the 2014-15 school year. For the following schools, a Read More
A group of 5th grade students from Ridgewood Elementary competed in the State Finals for Destination Imagination. According to Mission Statement, Destination Imagination develops opportunities that inspire the global community of learners to utilize diverse approaches in applying 21st Century Skills and creativity. This unique learning opportunity prepares students to be Ready for Tomorrow by encouraging teams to work through tasks while incorporating science, technology, engineering, mathematics, the arts, and service learning. Read More