The After Class Enrichment or ACE program has been designed by Hilliard SACC to meet the social, emotional and physical needs of our 6th grade students. ACE has been developed to complement, not imitate, the school day. We will incorporate lessons designed around issues pertinent to sixth grade students. They will receive homework help, structured activities, technology, physical activities and some time just for interacting with friends in a safe supervised environment. ACE will be offered in both Read More
Attend the Substitute Open House and Get Your Career Started with Hilliard City Schools
Want to work in an educational environment, with a great employer and get pay increases, yet still have a flexible schedule? Then join Hilliard City Schools on Thursday, October 9, for a Substitute Open House and expedite your Substitute Intervention Assistants and Substitute Custodians application. Complete these two simple steps then join us for the Open House on October 9 and you’ll be ready to begin a great opportunity to sub in Hilliard City Schools. Read More
For this year’s State of the Schools event, we are trying something different. Instead of parents and community members simply coming together on one night to listen to me speak, we are expanding the opportunities and offering three nights of engagement to “Ignite” your interest and passion for the future of Hilliard City Schools. Read More
Buster the Bus has been busy making the rounds of the elementary schools in our district this year. Giving kindergarten students the chance to learn how to stay safe on the bus each and every day. Safety is a top priority for our staff and empowering the youngest children in the district to take ownership for some of their own safety decisions helps prepare them to be Ready for Tomorrow.
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Select service: “influenza vaccines/flu shot 5 minutes”
then site: Hilliard City Schools Flu Shots
The students at Horizon Elementary participated in a new event at school they called Fitness Frenzy. This was an event created with staff and parent collaboration. Each student completed a fitness obstacle course. Empowering students to take control of their wellness helps prepare them to be Ready for Tomorrow. The day didn’t end at the closing bell though. The Fitness Frenzy was open to parents and siblings later in the evening. They used the evening portion of the night to bring the Horizon community together to help raise funds for their PTO.
Earlier this year Superintendent John Marschhausen shared with the community information about two grants the district will receive related to enhancing school security. Each of our 24 schools are receiving a radio that will enhance communication with the first responder dispatching services in the most serious of school security events.