The Hilliard School District is going to start eLearning on Monday, November 30.
Students will learn from home using Canvas and Zoom. We will use the same schedule for eLearning that was used to start this school year. You can find the secondary schedule on our web page. Please check Canvas for more information from your student’s teachers.
As a reminder, during eLearning, there is no SACC.
Breakfast and Lunch
Meals will still be provided to students during eLearning. Bags covering breakfast and lunch for an entire week will be given out at all Hilliard City School elementary, middle, and high schools during eLearning, and they are free. Pickup is not available at the 6-grade buildings or the Innovation Campus buildings.
Parents should pick up at the building attended by your oldest child. If your oldest child is a sixth-grader, pick up meals at either their previous elementary building or the middle school in your attendance area. Please only pick up meals once per week.
To avoid long lines, we ask that parents pick up at buildings based on the first letter of the parent’s last name and the following schedule:
- Monday: A – B
- Tuesday: C – G
- Wednesday: H – L
- Thursday: M – R
- Friday: S – Z
Pick-up times during eLearning are from 9:30am to 1:30pm. If your schedule prevents you from picking up during the day, a late pick-up option is available on Tuesdays at Bradley HS from 3:00pm until 6:00pm. Please call Brenda Creske at extension 614-921-7490 to arrange for late pick-up.
You can find these details on our food service web page.
Inclement Weather 2020/21
As we navigate this upcoming Winter, we want to be sure our families understand how we will handle the snowy, icy, and extremely cold days.
For the immediate future, if we are in Hybrid and the weather prompts a closure, we will call a traditional snow day. It doesn’t matter whether it’s an A or B day; all students have the day off.
If we are in eLearning and there is inclement weather, school will continue as scheduled. Students will be expected to attend their zoom sessions and continue with assignments.
The Online Academy students will follow this schedule as well. If the district is in eLearning, they will be expected to continue with their learning as scheduled. If the district is Hybrid, the Online Academy students will also have a day off from assignments.
If we have to make adjustments to this plan we will notify our parents through emails, social media, and our web pages.
Our staff has been busy doing acts of kindness for our community. For example, the JW Reason staff in collaboration with Hilliard Kiwanis and Hilliard United Methodist church delivered over 30 food bags to members of the community last weekend.
Our students and staff across the district donated more than $8000 in gift cards which will be distributed to Hilliard residents in need through the Hilliard United Methodist Church.
These are just a couple of examples of the many works our students and staff take part in during this time of year. We are proud of the caring spirit in Hilliard Schools.
Enjoy some time this weekend to be Thankful and find a way to celebrate with family and friends in a safe way. #MaskUpHilliard