Are you looking for a part time opportunity and the chance to become a member of the Hilliard family? We are looking for an energetic person for the position of Crossing Guard at Horizon Elementary! This is two hours per day, one in the morning and one in the afternoon and will begin in January. This could be an excellent position for a stay at home parent or even a grandparent. Please share this with anyone you think might be interested. You can email: Roy_Walker@hboe.org to apply.
Media Specialists, and writing team, Liz Deskins from Bradley High School and Christina Dorr from Weaver Middle School, have just published their first book, Linking Picture Book Biographies to National Content Standards: 200+ Lives to Explore.
The publisher says this book, “pairs narrative nonfiction biographies rich in language and illustrations with national content standards in the social studies, science, and the arts. Picture book biographies are ideal for promoting nonfiction reading at all ages. This single-volume book saves you time by handing you the best in new picture book biographies accompanied by unit and lesson ideas.”
Liz and Christina continually strive to find the best in new literature to share with their students and teachers. This collaboration demonstrates the value we place on the power of the team. It helps create a great place to learn and a great place to work. Read more about the book.
In the fifth grade art class at Brown, students have been exploring how art can express how people feel. Part of the visual arts curriculum standards is to understand that the context of art can affect how that object is perceived. The standard also includes describing how personal experiences can influence artistic preferences. In an effort to create an authentic learning opportunity for the students they went on a field trip to the Dublin Arts Council to view the Alfred Tibor exhibit. Read More
By Rich Boettner, Chief Technology Officer
As we look around our classrooms this year it’s amazing to see our students using iPads in just about every subject. They have been a great tool for our students. Students are doing group projects, turning in assignments and monitoring their own grades in Canvas. We work every day to prepare our students to be Ready for Tomorrow. Giving students the chance to learn with the latest technology allows them to grow in the digital world. With this though comes great responsibility and we must teach students to be good digital citizens and to protect their digital footprint. Read More
Fourth grade teachers at Alton Darby created a two afternoon Ed-camp for students based on Social Studies curriculum standards covering the history of Native Americans in Ohio. Students learned about the prehistoric and historic Native American cultures through hands on interactive activities.
The teachers set up four stations the students could work their way through at their own speed and choice. One Read More
Our Speech and Language Pathologists are relying on super powers to personalize education for each and every student at the preschool this year. Their Super Hero Talk Time kicked off this fall and will continue more times this year. The pathologists are hosting large group activities centered on the monthly school themes. For instance, students will work on Spider Web Speech, and Super Smart Vocabulary. They will give students unique learning opportunities during the day, while providing families with activities to try at home to keep the learning going.