Since graduating from Hilliard Darby High School Colin Blankenship has worked on hit television shows such as Cougar Town and Unfriended. This month he was in town working on a Bruce Willis movie. While here, he spent time with the Rock Band students at the ILC. He talked about his life and career working in the TV and Film Industries. His key message to the class was to find out what fits. He said classes being offered today at the ILC would be beneficial, giving students the chance to learn what their true passions are, before being out in the world. Giving students the opportunity to work with professionals outside the classroom help prepare them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
All three of our High Schools will celebrate homecoming this weekend. The theme for Hilliard Bradley is ‘Home Sweet Homecoming.’ Hilliard Darby will celebrate with a ‘Night Lights’ theme. Hilliard Davidson’s theme this year is ‘When in Rome.’
Congratulations to all the students in the Homecoming Courts pictured here. Thanks to This Week News for the photos. And welcome home to all our amazing alumni!
We will be hosting a free parent workshop to discuss sexting and bullying. The Hilliard Police Department will be on hand to define these topics from a legal perspective and talk about the real life consequences students can face. This will take place November 5th at Darby High School from 6:30 pm till 8:00 pm. We will also work with Clinicians from Syntero to talk about the emotional impact this takes on our students. This will be an interactive night going over real life scenarios. Please come ready to ask questions and join in the discussion.
The Hilliard City School District’s first priority is the safety of our students. To ensure the safety of our students we have specific procedures in place.
Today, after a potential threatening situation was brought to the attention of the Darby High School Administration, the Hilliard Police Department was contacted and a student was taken into custody. We are thankful for the swift action and strong partnership with our local law enforcement officials. Read More
Please join the Hilliard Education Foundation on Thursday, Nov 12 at the Makoy Center in Hilliard. This fun and inspiring evening offers a look into the innovative programs of the Hilliard Schools and raises funds to support their mission to provide new and engaging learning opportunities for our students. The doors open at 5:30pm, with the program beginning around 6:45pm. There is a dinner and silent auction after the “battle bots” program. Reserve your tickets and find out how to make a donation
Do you want to make a positive impact with students and work on your own daily schedule? Hilliard City Schools is looking for substitute secretaries, substitute intervention assistants and substitute custodians for the 2015-16 school year. You must be at least 21 and have a high school diploma or GED. The ideal sub will have prior experience, but we will train the right candidate! Substitute secretaries, assistants and custodians are employed through the Educational Service Center of Central Ohio. The rate of pay is $11 per hour and it rises to $11.50 an hour after subbing 30 times.
To secure your spot at our October 27, 2015 substitute orientation be sure to follow these simple steps: Read More