The presentation was recorded during the live community zoom session on July 7th at 6:30pm.

Superintendent, John Marschhausen on July 7th, shared the Hilliard City School District’s Restart Plan with our staff and community. This plan represents months of work by a variety of teams; all focused on preparing for the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.

The plan is intended to provide an overview of the three educational delivery scenarios and a fully online option that we are prepared for as a district:

  • All-In Plan: Fully in-person education
  • Hybrid Plan: A combination of in-person and online education
  • eLearning 2.0: Online education
  • Online Academy: Fully online education

The plan also outlines the health and safety measures that will be put in place to deliver in-person learning.

Proposed

HCS Educational Plans

Plans will be presented to the Board of Education on July 9th.

All In

All students will attend Hilliard City Schools Monday through Friday on a normal school bell schedule with additional safety precautions in place.

3' Social Distance

Face to Face Learning

Standard School Day

Hybrid

Face to Face and Online instruction. 50% of students will attend Hilliard City Schools every other day with additional safety precautions in place.

6' Social Distance

eLearning on at home days

Students split into A and B groups

eLearning 2.o

Students will learn from home using our online learning management system called Canvas. This option could be implemented at a class, building, or district level.

Updated, more robust 100% remote learning experience

Special Education services may be adjusted

Specified schedule with daily teacher interaction

Learn From The Comfort of Home!

Online Academy

Beginning with the 2020/21 school year, we are proud to announce that we will be offering a K-12 full time online learning opportunity through the HCS Online Academy. This will give parents an online option for their students to receive a Hilliard education, taught by Hilliard teachers.

Proposed

HCS Ed.Plans Connection to
Franklin County Risk Levels

Franklin County
COVID-RISK

LEVEL 1

HCS ALL IN PLAN

All Students in School
Monday - Friday

Franklin County
COVID-RISK

LEVEL 2

HCS ALL IN PLAN

All Students in School
Monday - Friday

Franklin County 
COVID-RISK

LEVEL 3

HCS Hybrid Plan

Students attend in-person Monday & Wednesday  OR Tuesday & Thursday, every other Friday


eLearning on off days

Franklin County
COVID-RISK

LEVEL 4

HCS eLearning 2.0

All Students Learn from Home
Monday-Friday.

Proposed Facial Covering Expectations

All Teachers & Staff will wear cloth face masks or face shields

K-2 Students

  • Masks on buses, in hallways, and with specific mask breaks in the classroom per teacher direction

3-6 Students

  • Masks on buses, in hallways, and  in classrooms with mask breaks scheduled when being outside is practical

7-12 Students

  • Masks on buses and while inside all buildings

Health Appeal Process for face covering with district nurses

  • Appeal process & forms available by August 1st
  • Face shields and other measures to be approved through the appeals process
  • District to work with health care professionals & Franklin County Public Health

You Have Questions

There are many unknowns and new normals. Find the answers to some of the frequent questions.

Zoom Sessions to Learn More

How we reopen in the fall will depend on requirements and guidance from Governor DeWine, the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Department of Education, and the Franklin County Health Department.

Our goal for the 2020-2021 school year is to provide in-person instruction for our students as much as possible. In an effort to be overly prepared, the district has three plans ready to go. We hope you will join Dr. Marschhausen as he announces these plans and takes questions.

July 14, 6:30pm | Community Forum

Meeting ID: 87003073386

Password: forum2020

July 16, 6:30pm | Online Academy Info

Meeting ID: 83943066746

Password: forum2020