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Students to be Part of the New Memorial Middle School Construction Process

Bradley High School Principles of Engineering students spent time this past spring at the construction site for the New Memorial Middle School. This was part of their hydraulics curriculum. The superintendent from the construction management company, Elford Construction, met with the students and used an excavator to demonstrate its function. They were able to see the hydraulic systems that control and power the arm. The operator of the excavator also reviewed basic safety with the students and discussed counter weighting of the excavator to ensure it doesn’t tip over when lifting a heavy load.

Throughout the next school year students will be involved at every opportunity to see firsthand how this school is designed, built and outfitted for the opening of the 2018/19 school year.

Elementary Students Launch Weather Balloon

Students from several elementary schools in the Focus program this year worked together to launch a high-altitude weather balloon to the edge of the stratosphere. They planned a scientific payload, used instruments to track and recover the craft, and analyzed the data at the end of the launch. Allowing students to work collaboratively on real world research projects prepares them to be Ready for Tomorrow.

Hilliard Davidson High School Graduation 2017

Congratulations to the Davidson Graduation Class of 2017. This class includes seven National Merit Scholars, four who were finalists. During the Senior Scholarship program, 40 deserving seniors were awarded nearly $77,600 in local community scholarships

Principal Aaron Cookson says, “Our seniors are again travelling to over 58 colleges and universities to continue their education. The actual scholarship and/or financial aid these students have earned for the colleges and universities they will attend is $5,450,813.00.”

We wish these students all the best as the enter a new stage of their lives.

Hilliard Bradley High School Graduation 2017

Congratulations to the 2017 Hilliard Bradley High School Graduates. Principal Mordarski says she “has watched this senior class have the largest number of National Merit Finalists in school history.” She has seen Bradley High School win multiple OCC and District Athletic titles, tell a story about a Beast who wins the love of the Beauty, and sing and play for a better cause.

This year there are 385 Graduates who earned $19, 370,738.00 in Scholarship money. Of that, $7, 954,474.00 is being accepted as our students move on to the next level.

There are 228 students attending a four-year colleges or university, 88 students are attending a 2-year technical school, 17 are going into the military and 52 are joining the workforce. Congratulations to each and every student.

Hilliard Darby High School Graduation 2017

Congratulations to the Hilliard Darby High School Class of 2017. Many of this year’s seniors have saved hundreds of thousands of dollars for the credits they have earned through dual enrollment, advanced placement courses, and the college credit plus program. Both the money saved and the college credits earned are a tribute to the many years of intense academic work by our graduates.

We continue to be impressed that so many of our college bound seniors receive scholarship awards and/or financial aid. This class has earned over 16 million dollars in scholarship money.

These students are headed to places like MIT, Brown, Alabama, Purdue, The Ohio State University, Columbus State, the job force and the military. Remember the final words from Ms. Brickley, “You will never leave our family. We are Panthers forever. Congratulations, good luck, and go Panthers!”

Wrapping up Fifth Grade at Washington Elementary

This year the Washington fifth grade students worked on service based capstone projects. In Mrs. Jenkins classroom the students were passionate about helping the environment. As a grade, the students raised money from a penny drive to help fund their capstone projects.

The environment group purchased a tree to help give clean air to the school community. They purchased a native tree (Sienna Glenn Maple tree) from Oakland Nursery. They also held an electronic recycling drive to keep items from going into landfills.

The money leftover was donated to charities, including The Nature Conservancy group which is a non-profit organization that helps the local area keep parks, rivers clean.