Learn about Issue 58

Guest Blog: Online Opens Opportunities

Each student has a path to his or her own Tomorrow and, in Hilliard City Schools, we believe there are many ways for students to find their unique paths. By providing personalized opportunities K-12 in the traditional brick and mortar school buildings, we have seen many students select paths that align with their passions and interests. But what about the student who might not want to choose the road that has been traveled before? What if his or her path needs a non-traditional route to ensure he or she is, in fact, Ready for Tomorrow? The Read More

R Factor Worksheet For Parents

On Sunday evenings the Hilliard City School District will continue our Community R-Factor Training at Darby High School at 7:00 PM. Many of our parents have asked for a brief overview of the training our students are going through so they can use the same program at home. Below is a link to an overview as well as a link to the Hilliard City School District’s VBO, or Values, Beliefs, Outcomes statement.

The R Factor Community Handout

Hilliard School’s VBO Read More

Infrequently Answered Questions

Tim Kight, Brian Kight, and the team from Focus 3 work in the corporate world and must come with a hefty price tag. How is the district able to afford bringing Focus 3 to Hilliard Schools?

Focus 3 and the Hilliard City School District are in partnership for the creation of R-Factor materials in the K-12 Education space. By working together, we have agreed to create material, lessons, and documents that can be used to spread this work to a larger client base in the future. We are blessed to work with Tim and Brian Kight; they have dedicated time, expertise, and talent to our district. We are proud to be partners. Our work as a district is an “in kind” payment for Focus 3’s traditional fees; our agreement does not require any monetary payment to Focus 3. It is truly a great opportunity to live our mission – to ensure that every student is Ready for Tomorrow by learning and teaching every day. Read More

Gym Class in Two Languages

Brown fourth grade students welcomed two new students this year from Taiwan. During gym class the students were playing Four Square. The students worked with Google Translate to help each other speak their native languages and teach their new friends the game. In Hilliard, our diversity is our strength; it is what makes Hilliard students Ready for Tomorrow. When our students work together to help each other we have a stronger community. Our teachers work tirelessly to meet the unique needs of every student in our District.

Davidson Singers All State

We are proud to recognize five Davidson students who have made the All-State Choir this school year. These students worked very hard getting ready for our auditions, which were submitted last May. In February, they will represent Hilliard Davidson along with 155 other Ohio singers at the State Convention in Cleveland. This is the most representation Davidson has had in the All-State choir. Read More

Guest Blog: College Credit Plus and Advanced Placement Course Success Rising

Our district’s mission is to prepare each student to be “Ready for Tomorrow.” Tomorrow is going to be very different for many of our students. We are proud of the personalized education we offer our students each day. There are many avenues for our students to pursue as they work toward being Ready for their own Tomorrow. Read More