Community partnerships are vital to the success of the Hilliard School District. We know that the safety and security of our students must be our highest priority. That is why we are so proud of the close partnership we have with our local first responders. In this video you will hear the Hilliard Police Chief and the Norwich Township Fire Battalion Chief talk about the partnerships we have created to keep our schools safe.
You can watch our the entire video series by clicking on the links on the front of our web page, they are located on the top left side.
Mr. Craig Vroom, principal of Weaver Middle School, has been named the 2016 Ohio Outstanding Administrator of the Year by the Ohio Educational Library Media Association. Craig will receive his official award in October at the Association’s Awards Ceremony during the Annual Conference. Read More
Battelle for Kids recently recognized Jennifer Sayre as a distinguished educator for her tremendous impact on students, colleagues, and our community. Ms. Sayre was among 44 teachers from across Ohio to receive the 2016 Celebrate Teaching Distinguished Educator Award as a representative of excellence in the teaching profession. The awards were presented during a program at the Educators Connect for Success Conference in Columbus on June 14. Read More
In this Quality Profile video series we want to show you how we invest each and every day in more than 16,000 students. It’s more than just results of a standardized test, it’s about investing in the future leaders of the United States. You can watch our introduction video, our academics video and our whole child video by clicking on the links on the front of our web page, they are located on the the top left side. In this video we hear from our teachers and coaches on the importance of getting and keeping our students involved in their own education.
This month a few dozen students participated in a two day First Generation College Student program hosted by College Guidance Counselor Tom Woodford. Mr. Woodford received a grant to offset costs of taking these students on a tour of some Central Ohio schools. They spent time at Columbus State, Ohio State and Capital University. These students will be the first in their families to pursue a post high school degree. On the second day of the program students and parents met with different college representatives who talked about the benefits of two year schools versus four year programs, and private versus public schools.
Preparing students to be Ready for Tomorrow means making sure they know what opportunities are ahead of them, and giving them the tools to accomplish those opportunities. Going to college for some of the first generation students may feel out of reach, but this program gives them the tools and information needed to push forward.
Congratulations to the Memorial Middle School Choir on their Carnegie Hall performance this past weekend. Only six choirs performed in a weekend festival. The Memorial students were the only public school program. While in New York the students took in a Broadway play, toured the city and rehearsed several times. This once in a lifetime opportunity will help these students share their passion with people from around the world.