The Hilliard City Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a reductions list should the district’s 4.5 mill operating levy combined with a $50 million dollar bond issue not be approved by voters on November 8. These reductions include eliminating 60 teaching and administrative positions.
“With 1,000 new students expected over the next five years, funding from the November 8 levy is critical if we want to maintain the excellent work happening in our schools,” stated Board President Heather Keck. “Without additional funds, we will have no choice but to cut valuable teachers and programs that are important to our success.” Read More
It is time once again to update contact information and sign-off on forms for next school year. This year is especially important because in August we will be changing to a new messaging system and it’s imperative we have correct contact information. The new system will allow us to more effectively communicate with you. We will have email, phone calls and text alerts available for those who want those forms of communication.
Students and parents are invited to join the Hilliard City Schools Transportation Services for a First Time Riders Open House. This fun-filled event will allow students who are new to riding a school bus to:
- explore a school bus up close;
- learn about bus safety;
- take a ride;
- meet “Buster the Bus”; and,
- capture that first bus ride moment on camera!
Stop by anytime from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, August 6 at Hilliard Heritage Middle School, 5670 Scioto Darby Road in Hilliard.
This is the second year for our Quality Profile. This profile helps characterize the overall educational experience the children in our district receive. It of course looks at academics, but also looks at extra-curricular activities, hopefulness of our students and the district’s finances. We hope you have enjoyed this video series. You can view the entire series on the top left portion of our web page. Our mission is to ensure that every student is Ready for Tomorrow; this series is just a snapshot into the world of educating more than 16,000 students every day.
Darby Creek is proud of a new bike trail they created this past school year. It’s a shared trail designed for walkers, hikers, and bike riders.
During school hours the Trail will be for students to use during recess periods and physical education classes. Similar to other outdoor spaces, like playgrounds and tracks in the Hilliard City School District, the trail will be open after school hours and on weekends for families and the community to use.
You can click here for a quick video you can watch to learn more about the DC Trail and how well it’s going. Feel free to bring your family over for a fun outdoor experience.