Award Year: 2022

Hicksville Elementary School

958 East High Street
Hicksville, OH, 43526-1258

(419) 542-7475

Ms. Kirsten Coffman, Principal at time of Nomination

Title I School

Hicksville Exempted Village

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We believe that every student is a person of worth and our legacy to the future. We believe that each student can learn when given enough time, assistance, and opportunities. We are committed to providing a positive, safe environment where respect is fostered. We will encourage students to be active participants in their own learning in order to realize their full potential. We will provide opportunities for our students to become responsible, productive members of society and to make a successful transition from school to work and/or higher education.

Student Demographics
  • White: 85%
  • Hispanic: 5%
  • Asian: 1%
  • Two or more races: 9%
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Hicksville Schools is honored to partner with the families of the village of Hicksville, Ohio to provide a rigorous and valuable education to equip every student for future success. Hicksville's educators continually strive to engage and motivate students through sound academic instruction and innovative educational practices. The Hicksville Initiative ensures that each individual, from staff to student, is an active member of the educational community.

Events such as the House Sorting Ceremony, monthly House Assemblies and participation throughout the year to earn House points cultivates a positive and energetic school atmosphere. Providing events such as fine arts performances and Mini Aces activities, allow students to connect and develop their gifts and talents. Intentional relationships among the wider Hicksville community weave meaningful opportunities for students.

Events such as scavenger hunts and the Hicksville Shake allow students to participate in relevant community activities. Such opportunities cultivate a deeper partnership among all generations of Hicksville. This engagement for students is certain to build future leaders, not only within the local district, but the greater society.