Bradley Family Connection for October 1-5

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11th Grade College Planning Meeting

Oct. 3 | 6:30pm | Bradley High School

Suburban College Fair

Oct. 7 | 1:00-3:30pm | Otterbein University

View a calendar of events at Bradley for this week and beyond.

View a calendar of events district-wide for this week and beyond.


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The Columbus Suburban College Fair is coming up! It is on Sunday, October 7th at Otterbein University in the Clements Center from 1-3:30. We will  not be using paper inquiry cards at the fair but students will be texting a four digit college code to an interested college from their cell phones. So, it is important that each student pre-register his/her profile before by following the steps below:


Read about Parent University.  This page is crucial to keep up with college and career planning.

View our College Info page for more information about college visits and other college meetings and important information.

For other Student Services information, view our webpage.


It’s Homecoming Week for Bradley High School.  This year, we will celebrate our 10 Year Anniversary!  We have many events planned for this Celebration!  Throughout the week, students and teachers will be dressing to a different theme.  Our Annual Jaguar Parade will be Friday before the football game (time TBD).  Our Jaguar Football Team will then take on Berlin High School with the kickoff at 7 p.m.   Our Homecoming Royalty will be crowned at Halftime.

During the week, students can participate in our themes:

Monday – Pajama Day

Tuesday – Favorite Sports Team

Wednesday – Decade Day

Thursday – Tourist Day

Friday – Jag Spirit Day

On Saturday Night, our Homecoming Dance will be from 7:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.  The theme this year will be “Dancing to the Decades”.  Music will be played from the 50’s to today.   Just as last year, we only permit school appropriate dancing.  All students who purchase a ticket to the Dance will receive a wristband as they enter.  If a student is dancing inappropriately, they will be given one warning and their wristband will be removed.  If the inappropriate dancing continues a 2nd time, they will be asked to leave and parents will be notified.  We want this to be a fun night for everyone.  If your child feels as though they are unable to abide by these rules, we ask that they do not attend the dance.  Over the next couple of weeks, we will be communicating with students about what is appropriate dancing for this event.  Thank you for your understanding!



What is Naviance – Parent University Session

Middle School and High School are critical times for self-discovery, developing confidence, and understanding why education is relevant to students’ future. Naviance is a college and career readiness solution that helps students discover their strengths and interests, and see how they can their goals.

Join us on October 9 at 6:30pm at Weaver Middle School to learn how we are intentionally utilizing Naviance in grades 6-12 to engage students in the learning process.

Elementary Literacy – Parent University Session

 In Hilliard City Schools, we work to create a learning environment that prepares our students to engage in the literate world around them. In our elementary schools, we strive to grow the academics, mindset, and interests of every reader. This informational session will provide the opportunity for parents to hear about the literacy opportunities students experience in our classrooms. Please join us on October 17 at 6:30pm at Heritage Middle School.

State of the Schools Save the Date

We would like to invite you to Dr. Marschhausen’s sixth State of the Schools address on Thursday, October 25, 2018.  This year we will hold the event at Heritage Golf Club at 6:00pm.  We will have more details soon, but we hope you make plans now to attend.

4th Annual Community Cardboard Challenge

Hilliard City Schools will host its 4th Annual Community Cardboard Challenge on Saturday, October 6th from 9:00-12:00 at Heritage Middle School. Families enjoy coming together and participating in this event to create a cardboard masterpiece.

If this is your first Cardboard Challenge, you can watch a short video on the inspiration for this event.

Our Community Card Board Challenge is not necessarily promoting the creation of arcades…but the creation of ANYTHING during this event from 9:00-12:00 on October 6th.