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Hillsboro City Schools Receive Several Awards

Hillsboro City Schools recently received the following awards:
ODE Momentum Award, Hillsboro Intermediate
High Progress Schools of Honor, Hillsboro Intermediate
All A Award, Hillsboro Early Childhood Ctr
Overall A Award, Hillsboro Early Childhood Ctr & Hillsboro Intermediate
Purple Star School Honoree, Hillsboro High School
Step Up to Quality Five Star Rating, Hillsboro Early Learning Ctr

Hillsboro FFA Livestock Judging Team Attends Three Events

The Hillsboro FFA general livestock judging team has been busy. The  team has been to three judging events including: Mt. Gilead where they placed 6th overall, Marysville where they placed 8th overall and Wilmington. In Marysville, Joe H. placed 4th overall as an individual. In Wilmington, Lana G. placed 8th overall as an individual. The event consists of judging and placing eight classes. The classes include two classes of beef, swine, goats and sheep. Thank you to members Lana G., Scottie E., Kirsten H., Joe H., Bryce S., Gavin P., Clara P., Mallory P. and Kelcie T. for taking part in all of the judging events.
submitted by Kirsten H.

Kindergarten Registration Scheduled for April 4

Children living in the Hillsboro City School District who will be five years of age on or before August 1, 2019 are eligible to enroll in kindergarten. Registration will be Thursday, April 4 at Hillsboro Elementary. Registration will be open from 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM to register those children whose last names begin with the letters A-L and from 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM for those children whose last names begin with the letters M-Z. The child and the parent/guardian need to attend registration. The parent/guardian should bring a certified copy of the child's birth certificate, the child's immunization records, the child's social security card, proof of residency (such as a current utility bill), parent's driver's license and custody papers, if applicable. If you have any questions, please call 937-393-3132.

HHS Presents Oklahoma!

Save the date: Hillsboro High School will be presenting the musical Oklahoma on April 12, 13, 14.

HHS Students Participate in Highland County Wildcats game

HHS students who participate on the Highland County Wildcats basketball team played in an exciting game on Thursday evening at Fairfield High School where they beat the Highland County Sheriff's Department 44-40.

HHS Students Paint Mural at ODOT

Recently, HHS art students Rebecca R. and Logan C. painted a mural at the Ohio Department of Transportation office in Hillsboro as a community outreach project.

Hillsboro MS/HS Cheerleading Tryouts for 2019-20 School Year

Hillsboro Middle School cheerleading tryouts will be held March 18-20 for those students entering grades 7-8 for the 2019-20 school year. Informational packets are available in MS office and AD office. An informational meeting will be held on March 11 after school for those students interested in trying out for high school cheerleading. Those tryouts, for students entering grades 9-12 for the 2019-20 school year, will be held March 25-28. Packets will be available in HS office and AD office after the March 11 meeting.

Hillsboro FFA Chapter Receives Donation for Highland County Chamber of Commerce

On February 15, the Hillsboro FFA Chapter received a visit from the president of the Highland County Chamber of Commerce, Melissa Elmore. She presented the chapter with a check for helping with "Ag is Everyone’s Business." During the event, chapter members spent the morning serving drinks and clearing plates for attendees. At the conclusion of the event, chapter members helped take down tables and chairs. Additionally, Charlie Stevens of Stevens Hardware won a pedal tractor at the event and donated it to the Hillsboro FFA Chapter to either use as a fundraiser or to put on display as a decoration. Thank you Charlie Stevens for your donation to the chapter.

UC Dental Hygiene Students Visit HMS/HHS Classrooms


On March 11, Hope Tira, a 2017 HHS graduate, and other University of Cincinnati students enrolled in the dental hygiene program, visited Mrs. Howland's and Mrs. Harp's classrooms. Students learned about proper care for teeth, foods that are good and bad for your teeth and how smoking and tobacco use can harm your teeth and mouth.  Students were then given the opportunity to practice flossing and brushing teeth. 
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Spring Sports Schedules

Spring sports schedules are now available. Please note that schedules are subject to change with unpredictable spring weather. To view schedules, click here.

Business Co-Op Class Visits 62 Classic's Diner

On February 28, the business co-op class visited 62 Classic's Diner. The owner, Scott Haines, discussed and reviewed his business plan with the students. Scott shared his journey of starting the business and the students were able to ask questions about entrepreneurship while they enjoyed some of the food at the diner.
Submitted by Julia H.

Red Ribbon Week
Red Ribbon Week Addresses Drug Free Living

Students at Hillsboro Elementary pledge to live drug free. Red ribbons signified their goal of staying away from drugs.


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