Creating innovative opportunities for students to take advantage of today ensures that they are Ready For Tomorrow. This is why the McVey Innovative Learning Center offers unique courses like Business Academy, Mentorship and Teacher Academy that allow middle and high school students the opportunity to explore interests and see if a particular career is for them before they even get to college. At the MILC, students get to personalize their education to fit their needs so students are in control of their education and are ready for the demands of tomorrow’s workforce. Listen to some of the students in the Teacher Academy talk about the great opportunities the MILC has to offer.
Hilliard Heritage Middle School eighth grade student Ryan Cochran is one of the top four students in Ohio for a video he submitted in the Ohio Digital Learning Day Competition. Ohio Digital Learning Day celebrates Ohio’s commitment to increasing student access to quality digital and blended learning. Ryan produced the video in his Media Explorations class. Public voting to choose the top video in the state is available on the Ohio Digital Learning Day webpage. Ryan’s video was also highlighted at the Ohio Educational Technology Conference. Voting ends January 31.
The Hilliard City School Chinese club celebrated at the McVey Innovative Learning Center to welcome in the Chinese New Year. Students and parents enjoyed food and fun as they began the year of the horse. The Chinese New Year is one of the oldest and most celebrated holidays in the world. The opportunity to expose students to new cultures helps prepare them to be Ready For Tomorrow.
In pursuit of a nomination to a U.S. military academy, students submit an application and are interviewed by Congressman Stivers’ Military Academy Review Board. The Board evaluates the students on the basis of academic performance, leadership ability and community involvement. To receive a service academy nomination from Congressman Stivers, candidates must be an unmarried resident of Ohio’s 15th Congressional District, a United States citizen and between the ages of 17 and 23. Read More
Hilliard City Schools invites innovative and dedicated community members to apply for the district’s new Education Advisory Council. This group of 15 individuals will meet on a quarterly basis to discuss issues that are important in the world of education today and critical issues the school district will face. Read More
Hilliard City Schools is looking for Substitute Special Education Assistants. Ideal candidates must have the desire to work with special need students. If you are interested please email your name and phone number to director of human resources Roy Walker: Roy_Walker@hboe.org