Join the Columbus Metropolitan Library for the Summer Reading Club! Students can earn great prizes just by reading. Hilliard City Schools knows students who read over the summer maintain important reading skills for the coming school year. Stop in to any of the 21 library locations or visit the summer reading club for more details. Reading throughout the summer will keep our students Ready for Tomorrow.
A short excerpt from one of Superintendent John Marschhausen’s recent blog postings has been published in the Best of the Blogs section of the June 2014 issue of School Administrator magazine. View the digital edition of the magazine, his post on page seven. The Hilliard City School District is proud to be led by administrators who are being recognized as the best in the education world.
The students at Brown worked with an artist in residence and Art Teacher Miss Murdock to create a mosaic tile mural. This is displayed at the front entrance of the school. This was a collaborative project in which every student at Brown took part in. This is a piece of art that will proudly be displayed at Brown for years to come!
The thrill of summer vacation is something we all can still remember. On the last day students made life time memories with picnics with their families, field days with friends and hugs with special teachers. Dr. John Marschhausen reminds all our families that summer vacation isn’t the end of learning; it’s merely a change in location. We live and learn each day. Have a great summer, be safe and keep learning!
The Hilliard City School District would like to congratulate the 431 seniors who graduated on Friday, May 30th 2014. The Davidson Valedictorian this year is Jason Ng. The Salutatorian is Elizabeth Sarkel. The Class Historian is Kenny Nguyen. This outstanding class received $19,487,138 in scholarship money and they accepted $9,702,380. Principal John Bandow said this class was remarkable, and that 58 seniors graduated with a GPA of at least 4.0.
The Hilliard City School District would like to congratulate the 341 seniors who graduated on Thursday, May 29th 2014. This outstanding graduating class earned more than $9.2 million in scholarship offers. They accepted just over $5.5 million. The Bradley Valedictorian this year is Rachel Baker. The Salutatorian is Mitchell Pearson. Principal Mindy Mordarski said, “They have made an amazing impact on Bradley High School and their legacy will surely continue in the years to come.”