We are so excited to welcome students back to the Hilliard City Schools. Part of the excitement of the start of school is capturing those first day pictures and friend reunions! Let’s work together to share and tweet all the excitement of the first day of school – Day 1.
Use #HCSD1 to tweet our students, teachers, drivers and parents as we experience the first day of school. Last year we were able to get #HCSD1 trending across the city! We hope to be able to share in your first day excitement after all, it’s the Hilliard Way!
As we get ready to welcome students on Monday, August 21st back to school, there are a couple of common questions that seem to keep popping up. Please know our goal is to address every question with an answer that makes everyone happy. While this is our objective, several of these topics seem to be divisive. My commitment to you is straight answers with transparent reasons for each decision. Read More
We are proud to collaborate with the Hilliard Division of Police to keep our students, staff and community safe. Please take just a minute to watch this important message from our High School Principals, Superintendent John Marschhausen and Police Chief Robert Fisher. We all need to work together to stop distracted driving.
Several times a year Superintendent John Marschhausen schedules time to have coffee with our community. His next round is coming up and we hope you make plans to attend one. These are informal times to grab a cup of coffee and chat with the superintendent.
August 15 8-9:30 a.m. at Panera Mill Run – 3625 Fishinger Blvd, Hilliard
August 22 10-11 a.m. at Coffee Connections – 4004 Main St, Hilliard
August 24 8-9:30 a.m. Starbucks Mill Run – 3642 Fishinger Blvd, Hilliard
September 11 6-6:45 p.m. Ridgewood Elementary – 4237 Dublin Rd, Hilliard (Just before the Board of Education Meeting)
Congratulations to Anna Kuck from Scioto Darby Elementary who placed third for all Ohio 2nd graders in the 1st Annual state Invention League Young Inventors competition at The Ohio State Fair. She presented her “Book Buddy” invention. 25,000 young inventors who placed in local competitions from across Ohio were narrowed by The Inventor’s League to just 500 invited to the state competition. Anna was awarded a scholarship, alumni status with the Invention League, and an invitation to compete at the 2018 National Inventor’s League Competition at The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan in May.
Her mom said, “Anna would not have had the confidence to do this without the support of all of her awesome teachers at Scioto Darby, Mr. Travis Speakman, Mrs. Abby Cochran, and Mr. Nick Hodges, and Mrs. Carol Klochak.”