The Columbus Museum of Art and the Past Foundation have selected Hilliard City Schools to host a Community Cardboard Challenge for the second year in a row. The event took place over the weekend and involved many of our elementary schools. Students from the entire district were invited to attend the play day.
Students (and their parents) had the opportunity to play and experiment while learning and using their critical thinking skills. It was a morning of imagination, creative challenges, and cardboard fueled fun!
You can click here to see more photos from the day!
Tuesday, November 8th is an important day for the education of Hilliard City Schools’ students. That is when voters will decide the outcome of the combined 4.5 mill operating and a $50 million bond levy. Funding from this ballot issue will pay for day-to-day operations of our schools and provides classroom space to keep up with our enrollment growth now and in the immediate future. Read More
Ms. Santagata’s Writer’s Craft students were given the opportunity to personalize their work. They were able to listen to and study their favorite songs. Giving students a choice in their assignments allows them to follow their passions. They did the research and then presented their findings to their peers & principals in the Weaver courtyard. Their songs played in the background as they read with passion and purpose.
Q . What is on the November 8 ballot for Hilliard Schools?
Hilliard Schools will request passage of a 4.5 mill operating and a $50 million bond levy on Tuesday, November 8 — combined into ONE VOTE on your ballot. The operating levy will fund the day-to-day operations of our schools, including teachers, textbooks, and technology. The 0.3 mill bond issue will fund the construction of a middle school. The District already owns property adjacent to Hilliard Bradley High School, so this is where the new building would go. This will create a middle school and high school campus similar to Davidson/Weaver and Darby/Heritage.
HART, Health Awareness and Recovery Together, a Hilliard Community Alliance for Mental Health Initiatives invites you to join us to learn about the opiate/heroin/substance abuse crisis in the Hilliard area. Learn how this is affecting our community, as we embrace awareness and unite to prevent one more death.
This is a problem all across the United States and we want to be at the forefront of supporting our students, parents and community. Hear testimonies from local families, your neighbors and professionals on the front line.
This Town Hall style meeting will take place at Hilliard Bradley High School, Tuesday, October 4, 2016, 7 to 9 p.m. Please make time to join us as we work together to find a solution.
Hilliard City Schools requests statements of qualification from qualified engineering firms to provide testing and inspection services for a new middle school project. Contact Cliff Hetzel, Director of Business ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) to receive the RFQ for the requested services. Responses must be submitted electronically to Mr. Hetzel by 4 pm on October 14, 2016.
Hilliard City Schools, through its duly authorized officials, reserves the right to reject any, part of any, or all proposals, and to waive informality in any proposals submitted.