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Coffee with the Superintendent

Please join Superintendent John Marschhausen for coffee during one of his upcoming Coffee Connections. These are informal events where community members can stop by, grab a cup of coffee and chat with the Superintendent. Please make plans to attend one of these.

  • March 15, 8-9:30 am at Panera, Mill Run
  • March 16, 10-11am at Starbucks, Mill Run
  • March 17, 8-9:30 am at Coffee Connections, Downtown Hilliard

Tharp Career Fest

Tharp Sixth Grade hosted a Career Fest this month where Hilliard community members were welcomed into the classrooms to share their passion for their careers. Students had four career options to choose from each day of the week. This sparked strong interest in several careers and enabled students to learn about a typical day at each job, problems individuals must solve, necessary skills for effectiveness, and much more. Students were very engaged as they gained a deeper understanding of each career and the endless possibilities for their futures. Students will be completing a project-based learning unit in their language arts class that extends their learning from Career Fest. Tharp is grateful to share such strong bonds with our Hilliard community.

Watching History Come Alive

Fourth and Fifth grade students at Norwich Elementary got to experience history through a videoconference with author Janie Panagopoulos, author of Train to Midnight: A Dream Quest Adventure. Students saw history come alive in her historical fiction story and created questions to ask the author about both the author’s craft and the historical time period associated with slavery and the Underground Railroad. Using this technology helps students see how ideas and events from the past have shaped the world as it is today. They get to experience how the actions of individuals and groups from history have made a difference in the lives of others and directly affect our world today.

Archery Competition Explodes

The National Archery in Schools Program at Crossing Elementary teaches students in grades three –five the fundamentals of shooting a bow and arrow. This fits into the Ohio Standards for Physical Education that place emphasis on the “11 Steps” to archery success and allows students a unique opportunity to experience an outdoor activity that is popular in many rural Ohio school districts. Read More

Orchestra and String Teacher of the Year!

Congratulations to Darby High School Teacher John Riegel on being named 2017 Ohio Orchestra and String Teacher Association – Public School Teacher of the Year. Superintendent John Marschhausen said, “Our Darby students are blessed to have you as a teacher and mentor. The Hilliard City Schools are a better place because of you and your passion. I look forward to congratulating you in person in the near future.”

Hilliard Davidson Choir Performs in All-State Ensemble

Many of the Davidson Choir students performed this month in a collegiate level repertoire with 160 of the finest choral singers in Ohio under the direction of Dr. Brady R. Allred. Faith Fullen, Madeleine Johnson, Jordan Myers, Lauren Rabe, and Nyna Hess made the elite All-State Choir. The students are pictured here with their directors, Nick R. Crowther and Emily Campbell after the concert at the Cleveland Convention Center.