Britton students were jumping for jazz during two afternoon assemblies this month. Musicians Becky Ogden, Dave DeWitt, Derek CiCenzo and Aaron Scott presented authentic jazz music in a fun and interactive way, involving students at every step. The primary students were treated to a musical presentation of Pete the Cat, and were able to sing along. The program concluded a jazz theme for the year, which also included a fifth grade musical. The program was made possible through corporate and individual support for JAG educational programs.
Students in the Team A STEM class have been studying Bernoulli’s Law which relates to drag and lift. To bring the lesson to life they created a project which could have real world implications. They decided to design a process for bringing medical supplies and aid to a boat stranded in the ocean. This type of project based learning allows the students to see how technology and design is used in engineering to solve every day problems.
Congratulations to the Battle of the Books competitors from Weaver Middle School. They placed 5th & 6th out of 16 middle school teams at the regional competition in Circleville. Everyone worked hard and showed their Hilliard pride. Christina Dorr, Weaver Media Specialist, their coach, is very proud of them.
The Hilliard Education Foundation is thrilled to announce three grant awards given out this spring totaling over $5,500. Congratulations to the following winning projects.
Beth Boza and Amanda Schaeffer from Heritage Middle School Art Department will create a permanent art installation in the courtyard of Heritage. The proposed installation would be comprised of student created tiles installed on the four pillars facing the inside of the courtyard. The tiles would be student designed and celebrate the four “C’s” of education, communication, collaboration, creativity and critical thinking. Read More
The Tom Stahl Administrator’s Scholarship Awards were started 14 years ago to give back to some of our Hilliard students that will become future educators. Funds are raised through an annual golf tournament as well as donations and sponsorships. Over the past 14 years the scholarships awarded to the three high schools is approaching $100,000. It is with great pleasure that we congratulate these future teachers. Read More