Hilliard Davidson High School MORNING ANNOUNCEMENTS – Monday, January 27, 2020 Good Morning, Hilliard Davidson! Today is Monday, January 27, 2020, and these are your morning announcements. CATS Quote for… read more →
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.
Hilliard Davidson High School is pleased to announce the recommendation of Mr. Jeremey Scally to the Board of Education as the next football coach for Hilliard Davidson High School.
Coach Scally most recently was the Upper Arlington High School head coach. Previous to that position, he was an assistant coach at Davidson for 12 years. “We are very excited to bring Coach Scally back to our program. His leadership on and off the field is second to none. He will be a great champion for our school, our community, and most importantly, our student-athletes,” said Athletic Director Nate Bobek.
I couldn’t have enjoyed my time with the UA players, parents and school community more,” said Scally. “Hilliard Davidson is my home, we live here, my wife teaches here, and my daughter will go to school here. I am humbled to return to this position. I look forward to leading the next chapter of wildcat football and continue the tradition of excellence.”
The Board of Education is scheduled to vote on this appointment on Monday, January 27.