Heritage Middle School
(5670 Scioto Darby Road, Hilliard)
THE CARDBOARD CHALLENGE – A DAY OF PLAY
Hilliard City Schools will host a COMMUNITY CARD BOARD CHALLENGE on OCTOBER 7th from 9:00AM – 12:00PM at Heritage Middle School. Several schools from Hilliard are participating in this event to create a cardboard masterpiece.
You may be asking, what is the community cardboard challenge? The inspiration came from Caine’s Arcade please check out this short video clip. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faIFNkdq96U In this video you will see a little boy who through his imagination and creativity created an entire arcade out of cardboard. Our Community Cardboard Challenge is the creation of ANYTHING during this event from 9:00-12:00 pm on October 7th.
The purpose of this event is to celebrate and embrace CREATIVITY, COLLABORATION, and COMMUNICATION within the community. All supplies will be provided and students can take home what they make. We do hope you will be able to join us for this fantastic family event!
Here is where we need help. If you are able to help out on October 7th, please let me know. We also need a collection of tape, scissors, utility knives and cardboard.
We have a POD in our parking lot for anyone to drop off donated cardboard from 8AM – 4PM each school day. Let’s see if we can fill it up!.
Please get the word out that we need a LOT of: Packing Tape – Duct Tape – Scissors – Cardboard and Markers.
If you are able to VOLUNTEER for this event, we are looking for approximately 80-85 volunteers combined from all the participating Hilliard schools: Scioto Darby, JW Reason, Beacon, Crossing, Alton Darby, Darby Creek, Horizon, and Britton.
In order to create a welcoming and engaging event, we will divide our volunteers up into 4 zones:
Zone 1: Investigate
Zone 2: Design
Zone 3: Create
Zone 4: Evaluate
Click on the Sign Up Genius Volunteer Button for more details.
The Cardboard Challenge is a National event that all started from one boy named Caine who had a dream. Click on the video below to see how it all started. More information can also be found at www.cainesarcade.com
Read the Newspaper Article written by journalist, Kevin Corvo