Charity Basketball Game at Bradley

We hope you will join us at Bradley High School on Thursday, February 26 at 7 p.m. for a charity event that benefits The Comeback Project. Former OSU football players featuring Maurice Clarett, Kenny Guiton, Corey Brown, and Jordan Hall will play against Hilliard City Schools staff members. Tickets can be purchased at Bradley High School or at the door that evening, $10 for adults and $5 for students. Players will be available after the game for photos.

Parenting Strategies for All Ages

Parents, thank you for requesting an opportunity to ​explore, discover and practice parenting strategies helpful for dealing with children of all ages! Join us on Tuesday, March 3rd as our parenting series continues. This free workshop, offered in partnership with Syntero, will take place at Davidson High School from 6:30-8pm. Read More

Infrequently Answered Questions – Unfrozen Edition

Are we using blizzard bags again this year?

Yes, the Board of Education approved the use of Blizzard Bags for the 2014-15 school year. The next calamity day will be the first “blizzard bag” day for Hilliard. The district will utilize 3 blizzard bag days prior to scheduling make-up days at the end of the year.

Didn’t Hilliard change from minimum days to minimum hours? Read More

Infrequently Answered Questions

I get many questions directed my way – via email, at the grocery store, via social media, at school events, and even as phone messages. It is difficult to share these questions – and answers – with our community as a whole. From time to time we will post Infrequently Answered Questions in an attempt to clarify rumors, provide interesting information, and simply “get the work out.” This is our community; we are partners. If there is something you’d like to know . . . shoot me an email, send @drjcm a tweet, or stop me in the halls and ask away. 

Why did we have a 5-day weekend in the middle of February? Read More

So . . . you are home on another Snow Day!

That first snow day of the year . . . oh the joy, the excitement, and the fun. Children, and in some cases adults, get to turn off those pesky alarms, get bundled-up and play outside, and drink hot chocolate while watching a favorite movie or reading a good book.

The second snow day of the year . . . we welcome the additional sleep and eagerly begin our snow day activities. It still seems like a gift . . . we are pleased with the day off. Read More

Student Responsibility on Twitter

Twitter is a great communications tool. It is easy, quick, mobile, and concise.

Twitter provides information “when you want it” – it takes little effort to scroll through your feed and gather the information you want to review.

Twitter permits interaction – and I very much enjoy the respectful, responsible communications with our community and especially our students. Read More