Physics Students National Video Contest

Hilliard Davidson High School physics students are participating in a national video contest being sponsored by James Madison University. Each student group made a video on a physics topic of their choice. According to James Madison they are looking for creative and educational videos to demonstrate their understanding of physics concepts. Giving students the opportunity to work collaboratively with students in both the arts and sciences to produce these videos prepared them for the work force where they will be Ready for Tomorrow.

Food Service Department Openings

The Hilliard City Schools’ Food Service Department is looking for people who care about children and quality service to work in the cafeterias. Most shifts are part time with no evenings or weekends. If you are interested in applying, please come to the main office at Bradley High School, 2800 Walker Road to complete an application. Positions start at $8.50 per hour and are available for all skill levels.

Parents as Teachers

Many Hilliard School parents have a unique expertise in their daily lives that our teachers are able to tap into. Dr. Amanda Toland is one of those parents. She is a molecular geneticist from The Ohio State University and she has a student at Tharp Sixth Grade School. She has been collaborating with Mr. Hans, one of the science teachers, about her latest research involving skin cancer. The two worked together to create a lesson where the students were able to explore the basics of cancer, examine normal and metastasized cells under microscopes to observe structural differences, and apply their prior learning to understand her research. It’s important to keep our parents and teachers working together so that all of our students are Ready for Tomorrow.

Ridgewood Elementary helps Make A Wish

Ridgewood Elementary Student Council held a fundraiser to benefit one of their own students who qualified for the Make A Wish Foundation. They held a spirit week with various events and fundraisers. The Student Council representatives counted and rolled all the change collected. The school raised $839.25. Learning to embrace their peers inspires everyone to be Ready for Tomorrow.