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Information for Summer Activities for Athletics

Be sure to get a sports physical for the 2019-20 school year - click here for a form.
Sign-ups for fall sports are in the athletic department. 
For other summer camp information and summer schedules, please check the announcements link under the athletics page.

HMS & HHS Students Compete in Special Olympics

Congratulations to these HHS and HMS students who qualified to compete in the state track & field meet for Special Olympics.
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Submitted by Mrs. Howland

Class of 2019 Visits Kings Island

The HHS class of 2019 went to Kings Island on May 15th to celebrate their graduation. 
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Submitted by Joe Jacky

HMS Students Publish a Class Book

On May 14, Mrs. Harp's class celebrated publishing a class book of stories they had written about themselves.  Staff members, student families, and administrators joined the celebration while students read their story to them.
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HMS 8th Graders Travel to Washington DC

The Hillsboro Middle School 8th grade class traveled to Washington DC and Gettysburg, PA from May 7th to May 10th. While in Washington DC students toured the following monuments and memorials: The Lincoln Memorial, The FDR Memorial, The Jefferson Memorial, The MLK Memorial, The Korean Memorial, The Vietnam Memorial, The WWII Memorial, and The Marine Memorial. In addition students toured Mount Vernon, The U.S. Capitol, The Smithsonian of Air and Space, The Smithsonian of American History, The National Cathedral, and Gettysburg. Students also stopped in front of the Whitehouse.
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HHS Students' Artwork on Display in Representative Wenstrup's Offices

Congratulations to Karley R. and Hope M. for placing 2nd and 3rd in the annual Congressional Art Competitions! Karley's still life (2nd place) will be on display in Representative Brad Wenstrup's office in Washington D.C. for one year. Hope's cherry painting (3rd place) will be on display in Representative Brad Wenstup's Beechmont office for one year.
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Kroger Rewards Program for Hillsboro Robotics Teams

Hillsboro Middle/High School Robotics is now part of the Kroger Community Rewards Program. If you would like to help out our program follow the directions below and we will earn money from your Kroger shopping trips!  To Use the Kroger Community Rewards Program: Simply encourage your friends and family to visit http://www.kroger.com.Once logged into their Kroger account they can search for Hillsboro City Schools - MS/HS Robotics either by name or VK429 and then click Enroll. New users will need to create an account which requires some basic information, a valid email address and a rewards card.

*Customers must have a registered Kroger rewards card account to link to our organization.
*If you do not yet have a Kroger rewards card, they are available at the customer service desk at any Kroger. 

HES Students Participate in Supergames

Students at Hillsboro Elementary participated in a Supergames day on Tuesday, May 7 as their 4th quarter incentive. Students also raised over $1,000 for the Highland County Society for Children & Adults so they could "slime" the elementary principals. Thank you to all those parents and community members who volunteered to make the day a success!
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HHS Spring Sports Athletes Earn FAC All-League Honors

Congratulations to following spring sports athletes for earning FAC All-League honors: Luke M., Player of the Year - baseball, Ethan H. - baseball, Grant C. - baseball, Gabe G., Player of the Year - tennis, Andrew G. - tennis, Austin P. - tennis, Ethan S. - tennis, Gracey D. - softball, Ty A. - track & field, Kai R. - track & field, Keith D. - track & field, Anthony R. - track & field, Draven S. - track & field, Molly M. - track & field, Sydney C. - track & field, Eden E. - track & field, Jaeleigh H. - track & , field, Cierra L. - track & field

Congrats to the Varsity Girls Track & Field Team -- FAC League Champs!
Hillsboro Robotics Camp June 17-21

The Hillsboro Robotics Program is hosting a robotics camp June 17-21 for students who are currently in grades 3-6. For more information you can view the flyer. For a registration form, please click here. You may sign up your child electronically at the following link:vhttps://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSfyo2VMS7vrsFzru…/viewform… 
or print the second page of the form above and mail it to the school.

Congrats to the Baseball Team - FAC League Champs!
HHS Senior Josh K. Signs with Bluffton University

Congratulations to Josh K. who has decided to continue his education and athletic career at Bluffton University, an NCAA DIII college that participates in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. Josh plans to major in criminal justice.

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HES Students Selected to Attend FUTP60 National Summit in Cleveland

The Hillsboro City School District is excited to announce that five Hillsboro Elementary 5th grade students, who are active members of the Fuel Up to Play 60 team, completed the National FUTP60 Summit application and have been awarded $1,875 in scholarships by the Midwest Dairy Council to attend the 2019 FUTP60 Summer Summit in Cleveland, Ohio.  Those members are Dylan B., Hannah K., Taylor T., Kayla S. and Kobie M. Also, Kayla S. has been named a State Summit Student Ambassador and only 3 are chosen in Ohio. While her tuition to attend the summit is covered, the other students must pay to attend as student ambasssadors. To help fund some of the tuition costs, we are selling FUTP60 gear including T-shirts, pedometers, and headbands. Please click here to view the order form. Order forms and payment may be submitted to Hillsboro Elementary. For questions, please contact Jessica Walker at 393-3132.
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Congrats to the Tennis Team for Earning an FAC League Championship

Congratulations to the boys tennis team for going undefeated in the league and securing an FAC league championship!
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2019-2020 Hillsboro Middle School School Supply Lists
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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