More than 200 Darby High School students signed up for elective Physical Education classes this year. Teacher and Head Baseball Coach Chris Fugitt says, ” this is important because we are teaching students skills they can take and use in the rest of their lives.” There are two different options, strength and conditioning and the buds class. The buds class uses military fitness concepts to get students into better physical shape. Hilliard City Schools believes in teaching the whole child. Empowering students to be responsible for their own health and wellness prepares them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
Three Davidson students have won a video contest sponsored by the Central Ohio Education Association and the National Education Association. Maddie Sue Griffin won the individual category and Matt Wayman and Nick Jerger won the small group. The contest was open to all schools that are part of the central district. 40 Davidson students in the Media Arts 2 classes entered work. Empowering students to produce such high quality work prepares them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
Here you can see the winner’s videos.
Maddie Sue Griffin http://vimeo.com/108475496
Nick Jerger and Matt Wayman http://vimeo.com/108456295
About sixty eighth grade advanced art students from Memorial Middle School visited Bradley High School. The Memorial students attended high school painting, ceramics and photography classes. They were able to see the caliber of work the high school students produce at various stages of progress. High school students were eager to teach the middle school students about art making and the students were allowed time to perform a quick application of media in each class. The field trip ended with a presentation of high school art course offerings, a presentation of the art department’s newly launched website and a question and answer session. This opportunity will give the Memorial students more information when they schedule high school classes. This type of collaboration between the two schools is what prepares our students to be Ready for Tomorrow.
During this week designed to place our collective focus on giving thanks, there is one idea I’d be grateful for the opportunity to explore with you – the idea of Home.
The very word conjures up so many images and emotions within us.
Our Home is our safe place. It is where we laugh so hard we cry, cry so hard we laugh, and allow our dreams to become our reality. Too many times, we get lost from Home. Simply turn on the TV, open the paper, or listen to the radio and you will understand what I mean. We operate in a fast-paced, ever-changing world that can leave one unsure of which direction to go.
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