An animation by Paul Beadles and Lucas Selby will be showing at the prestigious Wexner Center’s Ohio Shorts this weekend. The boys will also be featured in The Columbus Dispatch’s Weekender.
Two other Davidson student films will also be featured this weekend at Temple University’s Derek Freese Youth Film Fest. The team of Aidan Byrne, Luke Wilford, and Nate Wilke’s Clubs, a comedy short, and Michael Brennen’s Onion Todd and his Graveyard Adventure, a walk cycle animation, will be shown with student films from all over the Eastern Mid-Atlantic States.
We are very proud of our students; it is an honor to be featured in these venues.
Join our technology team to learn about our One2One program. Each student in grades K-12 will receive a district-owned iPad to use during the school year. K-4 students will keep their devices at school. Grade 5 students will pilot a take-home scenario in January 2018 and 6-12 students will take their iPad home each day throughout the school year. You can choose any session below, no matter where your child will be going to school.
We will provide information about the initiative and answer questions. All meetings are the same presentation, so choose the one that works for you!
Topics will include:
- Why are we doing this?
- Device information
- What can an iPad do?
- What will my student receive?
- Technology Protection Plan
- Apple ID
- Apps for learning
- Training and support
Thanks to a generous donation from United Art & Education and the Hilliard Education Association, all students who will be in kindergarten next year will receive some school supplies during screenings this summer.
United Art & Education donated crayons, stickers, pencils, clay and markers for each child. The Hilliard Education Association will give each student a book. We are so thankful for the partnership we have with our local businesses. They are essential for helping to prepare our students to be Ready for Tomorrow.
Ms. Santagata’s 7th grade students help tend the Weaver Middle School garden while learning about plants and soil thanks to a grant she was awarded from Whole Foods Kids Foundation. “This is our 3rd year here at Weaver with a garden. The students enjoy planting, watering, and watching the plants grow peppers, carrots, onions, tomatoes, and strawberries!” This is a life lesson students can continue at home. We are grateful to our community business partners for their support in preparing students to be Ready for Tomorrow.
We are proud to announce the following Bradley High School students have earned national medals in the 2017 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Congratulations to Lily Ellison, Chloe Hoang, Dana Ridenour and Callahan Rogers. Their work was selected by creative professionals as the most accomplished in the nation. This year there were more than 300,000 pices of artwork submitted! Less than 1% were recognized at the national level. These students have been invited to show their work at Carnegie Hall this summer. We are very proud of these young ladies.
Fourth and Fifth grade student are studying Ohio ecosystems and how our lives are impacted by the changes we see in these ecosystems. Mr. Sparks and Mr. Kitchen are working with the Norwich Technology Teacher, Mrs. McClelland to guide students through a unit on ecosystems, food chains and food webs. The students and teachers are working together to fix an issue in an Ohio ecosystem. Read More