Special Events


Circus

The circus at the Hill School is a program for 3rd and 4th graders that takes place during the winter and into the spring.  Students choose a circus skill such as juggling, unicycle, pogo sticking, Chinese Yo-yo, devil sticks, acrobats, stilts, clowning and spent about 10 weeks perfecting it.  Circus culminates with performances for students and parents prior to the spring break and in conjunction with the art show. 

PHS Road Race and Walkathon

The PHS Road Race and Walkathon happens at the Hill School every May. Students gather sponsors and either run or walk a two mile course. All proceeds benefit Hill and Village Schools. Craig Stam 485-9000.

Annual Art Show

Mid-April of each year, we host a school wide art show for all students in grades 1-4. Each student has a piece of their work on display throughout the main hallways of the Hill School.

Annual Traveling Art Show

Held in conjunction with our school wide art show. Ten student’s have had a piece of their work selected as part of the Traveling Art Show which is made up of work from 10 different schools and is on display in the Hill School library for a week each April.

Read Across America Week/ Dr. Seuss’ birthday

Celebrated the week before February vacation. A fun filled week of literacy based activities and dress up days.

Annual Fin M’Coul Day at Hill School

Annually on March 17th Tomie De Paola’s version of the story of Fin M’Coul comes alive for students as they look for story references and signs of leprechauns and other characters throughout the day. First graders travel up to the Hill building to join in the fun as they take a tour through the building.