The 2014 Davidson Homecoming Dance is Saturday, September 27. This year’s theme is Born to be Wild! Pictured is the Homecoming Court.
Davidson Student Council members had the opportunity to participate in a leadership program at Camp Mary Orton. The students were empowered to experience what it means to be courageous, unified, encouraging, audacious, innovative, collaborative, communicative, and a team player. The Davidson Student Council team put together this video to document their day!
For the past several years a group of Bradley High School Students in the Future Educators Club have spent time volunteering at Brown Elementary as tutors. The program was first started by Brown Teacher Sarah Huffman. This year she says there are over 60 high school students giving up their own time to work with the younger students. They will work with small groups and one on one instruction. Read More
The Hilliard City Schools Board of Education passed a resolution to designate Maria’s Message part of all three high school homecoming weeks. During the board meeting on September 22, several student leaders from each high school, along with the board of education and several administrators, took the pledge administered by Dom Tiberi. Dom and his wife lost their daughter a year ago in a distracted driving car crash. Read More
A supportive community . . . talented students . . . devoted parents . . . dedicated staff members . . . brilliant teachers . . . exceptional leaders . . . all working together to personalize education and strive to ensure every student is Ready for Tomorrow. We have so much to be proud of in the Hilliard City School District. We are truly blessed to have the opportunity to shape the future . . . to write our own story . . . each and every day. On Thursday, September 25th we will welcome visitors from Belgium, the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to the Hilliard City School District. Read More
Students of all ages are being inspired to pursue music during after school enrichment programs at Horizon Elementary. Music Teacher Margie Romine has 16 students in fourth and fifth grade participating in the Chime Choir. Another day after school she has more than 80 students from multiple grades in her Choir. During lunch she has students participating in the Recorder Club. She says this is open to students with all skill levels. She feels these opportunities are important because it gives students the chance to follow their dreams outside of the regular classroom. The groups will perform in the annual holiday concert.