Many of the students who attend Crossing Elementary were able to take trees to plant in their yards at home. This was made possible through the Neighborhood Forest’s Tree Program. Parents registered for the trees online and students brought them home just before Earth Day. The goal of the program is to send home a tree with every child who wanted one. For more information about this program, please visit; www.neighborhoodforest.org.
Congratulations to the following Darby High School students for winning the 2016 Annual Feats of Clay competition. Art teacher Darice Veri says, “No Jedi mind tricks here….these ladies rocked it!!”
Anna Burkhart, Jen Dorsey, Abby Wall, Quinn Coppess, Hannah Lee, and Mariah Allen.
In this video you can watch as students from Tharp use their iPads to create literature talk shows. This video is just one example of how our students are using technology to engage in a meaningful way with their curriculum. You can find more of these examples on Chief Technology Officer Rich Boettner’s Technology Connections Blog.
Junior Allison Rhoads was named a finalist in The Photographer’s Forum Magazine 36th Annual College & High School Photography Contest. Her work was selected from over 10,000 submissions. As a finalist, Alli will have her work published in a hard bound edition of, “The Best of College & High School Photography 2016” We are proud of Alli and wish her all the best as she becomes Ready for her Tomorrow. Read More
Momentum, the yearlong arts education program that provides a once in a lifetime performance opportunity to many Hilliard students, announces its 13th annual production, “WONDERful Einstein.” Since its founding in 2003 Momentum has provided weekly professional level dance instruction during the school day. Students from Ridgewood, Horizon and Scioto Darby elementary schools are participating this year. Read More
In the Engineering Design and Development class at Bradley High School students are challenged to invent or innovate something that addresses a real world problem.
Senior Daniel Stuhldreher works on the schematics of his personalized coffee maker (Brewtus). Above that is a picture of the programming for the mechanical components of the coffer maker. This coffee maker will fix a cup of coffee while also adding the perfect amount of cream and sugar at the touch of a button, simply press your name. A quote from Daniel, “I’ve learned more from this class than any other class”. Stuhldreher, along with Simon Ziccardi and Connor Dougherty had to independently teach themselves how to program Arduino and Vex components. Read More