Hilliard Graduate Cory Michael Smith is a working actor in New York City. Currently he is filming the Fox 28 hit show Gotham. He says he will be in most of the 22 episodes ordered this season. Cory is an Otterbein graduate. He loves to come to Hilliard to visit and wants to work with other theater students whenever he can. He has two other projects in the works. One is a film called Camp X-Ray, starring Kristen Stewart. The other is an HBO miniseries featuring Bill Murray who plays a supporting role. You can see Cory on Gotham Monday nights.
Do you love working with children? Does your passion center around running an engaging child care program? The Hilliard SACC Program is currently interviewing qualified, responsible individuals for the position of Program Leader. Applicants must have college experience in related field and two years experience working in group care settings. Pay begins at $11.00 per hour and you can expect approximately 25-30 hours per week. Click here for an application or call (614) 771-2267 to begin your next career!
Students at both Alton Darby and Darby Creek spent part of their day participating in Ed Camp for Kids. This is an experience that gives our students an opportunity to spend the day in new learning environments on topics of their choice between BOTH buildings. One of the sessions was Reporting 101 and the students did news stories to explain the day more. Here are both videos to watch.
Army Specialist Ben Harris wanted to give his mom a special surprise. Recently home from Afghanistan, he drove more than 20 hours from his base in Texas to surprise his mom at Scioto Darby Elementary. During a school assembly to learn about compassion, he came from behind the stage for a huge hug. Some of our friends in the media were able to document the special event. You can click on the links below to watch.
Britton and Norwich Elementary schools participated in the International Walk-to-School Day on Wednesday, October 8th. Walk to School Day events raise awareness of the need to create safer routes for walking and bicycling and emphasize the importance of issues such as increasing physical activity among children, pedestrian safety, traffic congestion and concern for the environment. Working with our partners in the Hilliard Police Department and Norwich Fire Department, the event builds connections between families, schools and the broader community.
Several students in fourth and fifth grade from Norwich Elementary want your math question. These math Geniuses will answer real life math questions that you can submit through their teacher at email@example.com. You can view the problems and the students’ answers on their the blog at the web page: http://kidblog.org/MathGeniusesInc/. This is collaboration between the gifted teacher Read More