Innovative Energy Approach Creates $1.2 Million in Savings and 20 Energy Star Ratings
Hilliard City Schools is leading the way not only in the classroom, but in managing the district’s operations as well. Energy efficient enhancement projects have decreased energy use across the district, provided monetary incentives and led to federal recognition resulting in more than $1.2 million in savings and cost avoidance for taxpayers. Read More
Celebrating Excellence is a staff recognition program that honors 10 of the more than 1,500 employees in the district. This program is a recommendation from the district’s 2020 initiative and includes classified, certified and administrative staff members who demonstrate:
- Excellence in job performance;
- Inspirational student services;
- Commitment towards student achievement;
- Personal and professional growth; and,
- Applying the seven characteristics of highly effective teachers or leaders. Read More
Documentary demonstrates the power of education
Hilliard City Schools understands the power of education and its potential to impact not only the local community, but the country and the entire global society. This is why teachers and administrators at Hilliard Bradley High School are taking action to bring screenings for both students and the entire community of this powerful documentary. Read More
Community and Staff Work Together to Reorganize Athletics Structure
More than 150 residents, parents and staff members worked together to review the pay-to-participate fees as well as other aspects of the athletics program in the Hilliard City School District in June 2011. Today, the district is able to announce more than $500,000 in savings per year because of two reorganizations that were included in the committee findings. Read More
The Superintendent’s Student Advisory Committee organized a record setting Go Blue, Be Green Community Recycling Day. The students unloaded more than 665 cars full of paper items to be shredded or electronic and metal items to be recycled. They also collected more than $150 in donations for Son Ministries which runs a free summer lunch program for area students in need. The students provided a valuable community service thanks in large part to the event sponsors:
- Buckeye Nissan and Honda Team
- EPS Settlements Group
- Garner Insurance Services
- Hilliard Pediatrics, Inc.
- Mutters Lawn Service
- Skyline Chili
Hilliard Tharp Sixth Grade School students demonstrated a Project Based Learning unit related to the rock cycle during a Board of Education meeting. The students used 21st century college and career ready skills such as creativity, communication, collaboration and critical thinking to not only understand the phases and changes of a rock cycle, but they also created interactive video games to help teach the rock cycle to third grade students in the district. Just another example of how great teachers bring education to life in a meaningful way at Hilliard City Schools!
Board thanks community for involvement and feedback
The Hilliard City Schools Board of Education will meet during a special meeting on Monday, March 4 to officially vote on the employment of John Marschhausen, Ph.D. as the next superintendent of Hilliard City Schools.
“John has a dynamic personality and his career success has proven him to be a strong leader,” said Hilliard Board of Education President Andy Teater. “We are thrilled to welcome someone with his experience and talent to Hilliard Schools.” Read More