The fifth grade team at J.W. Reason is working with the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) to write a lesson plan for math. Amanda Davell, Emily Eichar, and Scott Jones are recording their planning sessions while writing a lesson plan and submitting their work for feedback. Read More
The Hilliard Davidson Pre-Engineering Department welcomed Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Midwest Region Vice President William White to their school last week. William grew up in Lima, played for THE Ohio State Buckeye football team and was drafted into the NFL. He received numerous scholar-athlete awards while at OSU, graduated with a degree in Metallurgical Engineering and after his professional football career worked in engineering for years developing technologies to improve fitness. Read More
Jillian Yuricich has dreamed of going to space since she was five years old. The Davidson alumna is currently studying to be an aerospace engineer at The Ohio State University. She has had internships with Rolls Royce, NASA and the U.S. Naval Air Systems Command in southern Maryland.
Yuricich says, “the first time I was exposed to outer space was in our first grade solar system curriculum. I was at Norwich with Mrs. Wittig and I asked her if we could go “there”, to space. She said that you could, but you have to be an astronaut. From then on, I had no problem telling people what I wanted to be when I grew up.”
She talks about how her TARGET, FOCUS, advanced math and science classes here in Hilliard gave her the tools to keep challenging herself. “It was a good habit to make at such a young age. And I have Hilliard City Schools to thank deeply for that.” You can read more about this amazing Hilliard grad in an article in Buckeye Voices.
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In Hilliard City Schools, we believe that blended learning should create an environment where students and teachers learn and teach more effectively. In order to have a successful roll out of our One2One program our teachers have been spending time in the classrooms. They are learning best practices for using iPads in classes for instruction every day. Empowering teachers to be the best they can be creates environments for our students to become Ready for Tomorrow.
I truly love talking about the Hilliard City Schools. We have dedicated, passionate teachers and staff members. We have talented, wonderful, diverse students. We have supportive, loving parents and a great community. I am very proud to live in, and work with, the Hilliard Community.
I was recently asked about our district by a couple that just recently moved into the district. I shared that I believe we have the best school district in Ohio because we provide real world experiences, in a socially and economically Read More
The students in Mrs. Z’s classroom took cardboard to a new level. Each student was challenged to create their own game using their imagination, cardboard, and other recyclable items. The outcome was a room full of carnival style games that brought excitement to staff and students as each class had the opportunity to stop by and test their skills. Game themes included Angry Birds, Egg Toss, Basketball, Table Tennis, Soccer, Army Tank Maze, Ball Toss, and Minecraft, just to name a few. Each game was a penny to play and the pennies were then donated to charity. Empowering students to find their creativity prepares them to be Ready for Tomorrow.