Have questions about graduation and year end activities for seniors? We have a webpage just for you! This page will be updated regularly between now and graduation, so check back frequently. Also, be sure your parent/guardian email address is correct in Home Access. This ensures you will receive our weekly eNews that goes out on Friday afternoons. We will be sharing information seniors need to know in the weekly eNews.
Registration is now open for the Hilliard Darby ACT Review Course which will be held on March 12, 2020 from 7:40 to 2:00 in the Hilliard Darby PAC.
Registration fee is $60.
To register, bring your payment to Mrs. Leeka in the Guidance Office no later than Friday, March 6, 2020.
Payment must be made by check or money order payable to ACT Review, LLC.
In today’s world, getting students ready for a balanced digital lifestyle is essential to success at work as well as in life. Students need to learn how to interact socially, personally, and educationally in both face-to-face and online environments. With all of the new opportunities (and challenges) that are possible through digital learning spaces, social media, and online interaction, students should master these skills through the lens of health and digital wellness.
We recognize February as Digital Wellness Month. We want to hear from our parents and community, what aspects of digital wellness do you feel are important for us to focus on. What would you like to see taught more in school, and what more do you as an adult want to learn about.
Please take just a few minutes to participate in our ThoughtExchange so we can hear from you. Then be sure to star, or rate, other comments so we know which are the biggest hot button concerns in our schools.
Several times a year Superintendent John Marschhausen schedules time to have coffee with our community. These are informal times to grab a cup of coffee and chat with the superintendent. Mr. Mark Abate, President of the Board of Education, will be joining Dr. Marschhausen this time around. The two will be hosting Listening Leaders at various locations in Hilliard. The two are committed to listening to you, our community. As we gather information and listen to understand, we can better plan for future goals and programs. Please make plans to join us at one of these for a casual conversation.
January 29 from 9-10 am at Coffee Connections
January 30 from 8-9:30 at Panera Mill Run
January 31 from 10-11 at the Hilliard Library
As part of our Next X initiative, our district is committed to cultivating healthy connections between our students and staff. One of our curriculum goals is to create content at a pace that mirrors students’ academic abilities along with their interests.
In this video we will see how the bond built between teachers and their student created a unique opportunity for this student to succeed, even when challenges came up. To prepare each student to be Ready for Tomorrow means creating connections that allow the student to acquire foundational skills, including critical thinking, communication, and creativity.
The Next X Initiative is a strategic vision to guide our journey from 2020 to 2030. Over the course of this year, we will share our stories. We will hear from our students and staff about the things we are doing to accomplish the many goals of Next X.
We are proud to announce that the Healthy Business Council of Ohio has recognized the Hilliard City School District as one of 111 Ohio employers for healthy worksite practices.
The Healthy Worksite Award recognizes Ohio employers who demonstrate a commitment to employee wellness through comprehensive worksite health promotion and wellness programs. Applicants are scored on the extent their wellness programs facilitate and encourage employee health, enhance productivity and ensure a healthy work environment.
The Healthy Worksite Award Co-Chair Annie Laurie Cadmus stated, “Worksites who are recognized this year should be especially proud of their accomplishments knowing they have provided their employees with nationally competitive and well-rounded programming that supports healthy lifestyles.”
The Hilliard and Dublin City Schools are joining forces again this year to shine a spotlight on student mental health with “Be Well: A Parent University Event” on February 29, 2020.
Leading up to the main event we will host a round of book talks on The Gift of Failure, by Jessica Lahey. Registration is now open, please pick a date and sign up now!
You can watch this short video from the district superintendents for more details.