Heritage social studies students had the opportunity to witness the civil war in their own backyard. A civil war reenactment was set up so students could interact in a more realistic way with the curriculum. They used historical thinking skills to research, analyze and interpret these sources. These curriculum standards allow students to begin to understand the relationships among events and draw conclusions.
Be a Hero. Read kicks off on Saturday, May 30 for another summer of reading fun! With another school year winding down, the library is gearing up for their annual Summer Reading Club. Students participating in this free program read books – and eBooks – while earning great prizes, enjoying more than 1,000 programs throughout the library locations and, most importantly, keeping those crucial reading skills sharp.
The 2015 Davidson Junior-Senior Prom will take place on Saturday, May 9th. The theme this year is Studio 15. The after prom will be a casino night. Pictured here is the prom court.
Back Row: Luke Hoover, Chris Giffin, Sean Liberati, Ethan Foster, Ziyad Rasul, Markus Bailey, Brent Thomas, Jake Russell, Daniel Kuder and Eric Lo
Front Row: Meghan Munson, Erin Duffy, Margo Lince, Maddie Sue Griffin, Christy Behrent, Rachel Yuricich, Kyla Stroh, Zoe Pitts, Katie Fugitt and Megan Earley
It’s no secret that excellent schools attract quality businesses to a community. They also help maintain strong property values. In this video we hear from a local realtor and community member talk about how strong our housing market is, thanks in part to the strong schools. He says that in 2013 home sales in Hilliard outpaced every community in central Ohio. The fact that our schools help maintain a stronger local economy is the Hilliard Way.
Ohio author Michelle Houts visited with several Language Arts classes and a group of after school book club students at Weaver Middle School. She spoke about her books, research, and writing process. The students learned about the many rewrites it takes to make a story publishable, and they were inspired to read her books and check out her website.
Hilliard City Schools dominated the Feats of Clay competition this year. The Darby High School team took first place, Bradley placed second. The competition consists of 6 events:
- Cylinder Stack– 50lbs. of Clay – 10 minutes to make the tallest piece with Thrown Clay Cylinders
- Mugs – 50 lbs. of Clay – 10 minutes to throw as many mugs as possible
- No Hands – up to 100 lbs. of Clay – 10 Minutes to throw the biggest piece without hands
- Coil Stack – 100 lbs. of clay – 15 minutes to make the tallest piece with rolled coils
- Team T-Shirt
- Team Tea Pot
It was a very good day for Hilliard Clay!