Through the Hilliard Way video series we have heard about our local curriculum control, our blended learning, our college and career preparations and how we help keep the local economy strong. In this video we hear from Superintendent John Marschhausen and a few graduates from the class of 2015. They all explain how it is the Hilliard Way that truly prepares them to be ready for their own tomorrow. The entire Hilliard Way video series is located on the district homepage.
The second grade citizen scientists at Darby Creek took on a problem based public service project this spring. They worked with the ODNR and the Columbus Parks and Recreation Department on ways to help threatened barn owls in our area. They began by researching owls. They worked with the ODNR on building nest boxes and collecting data on barn owls in five areas, choosing Frank’s Park as the best location. An ODNR biologist visited the classroom so they could work directly with an expert in the field. Read More
Are you looking for ideas to create a more balanced digital summer. Our technology team has put together some fun and educational apps and games for your students. There are also some tips for when it’s time to turn the device off!
Congratulations to the Darby High School Boys Volleyball team for winning the Division 1 State Championships. They beat Beavercreek High School at Capital University to bring home the title!
And here is the one and only Hunter Meacham’s graduation walk!