Winter high school student athletes will be allowed to get their try out card (which is mandatory for ALL high school athletes) during office hours. If questions contact the AD at firstname.lastname@example.org or the coach.
In order to be given a tryout card, the student-athlete must:
- have a completed physical form (dated after April 15th) on file.
- have passed four classes and earned at least a 2.0 gpa during the third trimester (incoming, first time 9th graders…you have a fresh start…MS grades will not be checked)
- pay the $125 participation fee; this is a one time payment during the school year and not a per season fee. (This fee is actually due by the first contest and not upon tryout card request.)
Competitive Cheer - email@example.com
Boys' Bowling - firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls' Bowling - email@example.com
Boys' & Girls' Skiing - firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys' Swimming & Diving - email@example.com
Wrestling - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tryouts Nov. 2,3,4 at 4:30pm at the Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center (3501 Lapeer Road, Flint)
The team website is www.unitedhockey.org
Tryouts and practice the first week of the season ... Nov. 7-11 from 2:45pm - 5:30pm in the HS gym.
Competitive Cheer tryouts will be and . We will be meeting in the commons. We ask that you wear your class colors with athletics shoes! You must have a physical on file! Stop by the athletic office starting to get your eligibility card.
Boys' and Girls' Bowling
Tryouts will be held on Nov. 18th at Cherry Hill North. Practices will be held Monday's and Friday's.
Practices will be held from 2:45pm - 5:15pm Monday through Friday beginning on Monday, November 14th.
Boys' Swim & Dive
Practices will be held daily beginning on November 21st.
The first meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 2nd @ 6:30pm at Holly HS.
The second meeting will be held on Thursday, June 4th @ 6:30pm at Brandon HS.
Lacrosse will be a self-funded sport; in other words, school sponsored but not school funded. This is similar to the other recent additions to the athletic department offerings of HS hockey, HS bowling, MS bowling, MS swim and 8th grade BB/SB.
Plan to attend either meeting if at all interested. Information is being gathered and will be distributed at the meeting. If you can not attend, contact me after the meeting via email and I will send information at that time.
If you have experience as a college lacrosse player or lacrosse coach, please contact me at email@example.com.
The athletic department, along with Dr. Larry Baylis and his staff, are offering a physical day at HHS on Wednesday, June 3rd. Pre-participation sport physicals are required for all MS and HS student athletes. Anyone, including elementary age students and athletes from outside of our district, may sign up.
Sign up process...
1. Stop in the high school athletic office and schedule an appt. for $15. The fee is due at the time you schedule an appt. and therefore you can not call for an appt.
2. You will be given an appt. card, an appt. time and a physical form.
3. Completely fill out the form including signatures from the parent and the athlete. The only portion that should be blank when you arrive is the portion to be completed by the doctor.
4. Note - we will begin giving physicals at 3pm. If you sign up fairly soon, you will get an appt. early in the afternoon. If you wait to sign up until later in the month or early June, you will get a late afternoon/early evening time slot. There is NO end time. We will be done after the last scheduled appt.
Day of…June 3rd
1. Arrive 5-10 minutes early … do not be late.
2. Get a physical
3. MS / HS students - leave your physical form on file with us; if you need a copy, we will give you one. Elem. students - take your form with you.
Attention HHS Graduating Seniors - if you were ever a member of the cross country or track and field team, you are eligible to apply for the Coach Raffin Scholarship.
The Coach Raffin Scholarship is to be awarded to a graduating senior of Holly High School who was a member of the cross-country or track & field team for at least one year while in high school, and who has been accepted to a college, university or technical school. The recipient will embody values instilled by Coach Raffin through the demonstration of hard work, perseverance and a positive mental attitude. This may be demonstrated through one or more letters of recommendation provided by the applicant as well as the observations and experience of the advisory selection committee. The award ($1,000) may be used for tuition, books, fees and housing related to higher education. (See the athletic director or counselor for the application form.)
Deadline is Thursday, March 28, 2013...just before spring break.
See you Friday night!
Below - Jonathan Beeler and Justin Gaumer; The Gaumer family and throws coach Mike Michayluk; Coach Basydlo, jump coach Brad Reynolds and Mom; Josh Fiedor For the photo album go to http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=6892&id=108372695871998&l=6868a6c8d8
What is the process?
1st round - Each league in the area (FML, Big 9, GAC and Flint City Schools) are allowed to nominate a male and female athlete each month. Over the nine month school year and the possibility of 18 FML athlete of the month winners...Holly had four...Chloe Konzer (April), Justin Gaumer (March), Lance Hopkin (September) and Josh Houldsworth (February).
2nd round - Each league's monthly winners compete for the Flint Area Athlete of the Month...out of nine male monthly winners...Holly had two...Lance and Josh.
Final round - Each of the Flint Area monthly winners compete for Flint Area Athlete of the Year...of the nine male monthly winners...an Athlete of the Year is chosen. Josh Houldsworth competed with the area's best and brightest and came out on top!
(For event pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=6330&id=108372695871998&l=329499e298)
TWITTER - If you would like to have tweets from Holly Athletics delivered to your cell phone via Twitter, follow BronchosAD.
1. All high school athletes must have a completed pysical form on file in the athletic office.
2. EVERY high school athlete must stop into the athletic office and request a tryout card. Athletes may begin requesting theis card one week prior to their season.
3. Each high school athlete will have their June and first trimester grades checked to determine eligibility.
4. If you are a transfer student, plan to meet with the athletic director. Don't wait until the start date to set up a meeting.
5. Stay turned for announcement at school, on the website and on Facebook.
Start dates include:
Hockey - Nov. 2 Coach Larsen - firstname.lastname@example.org Tryouts 5:30-7pm at Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center at 3501 Lapeer Rd, Flint, MI 48503
Competitive Cheer - Nov. 9 Coach Tillier - email@example.com Tryouts Nov. 9-10 from 5-7 in commons
Girls Basketball - Nov. 9 coach Dave Hall - firstname.lastname@example.org Tryouts - Nov. 9-13 from 3-5:30pm
Boys Basketball - Nov. 16 coach Lance Baylis - email@example.com Tryouts FR 11/16, 18, 20 from 3-5 pm and 11/17, 19 from 5-7pm JV 11/16, 18, 20 from 3-5pm and 11/17, 19 from 5-7pm and VAR 11/16 from 5-7, 11/17, 19, 20 from 3-5 and 11/8 from 5-9pm
Boys and Girls Skiing - Nov. 16 Coach Set Thompson - firstname.lastname@example.org Dryland training will take place prior to snowfall. Stay tuned for information.
Director of Bowling - Fred Walz - email@example.com Boys Bowling - Nov. 16 Coach Ivan Craycraft - firstname.lastname@example.org Tryouts Nov. 16-17 from 4:30-6pm at Cherry Hill North
Director of Bowling - Fred Walz Girls Bowling - Nov. 16 Coach Allison Walz - email@example.com Tryouts Nov. 16-17 from 4:30-6pm at Cherry Hill North
Wrestling - Nov 16 Coach Don Pluta - firstname.lastname@example.org NO tryout necessary Practices begin Nov. 16 and are daily from 2:45-5pm.
Boys's Swim and Dive - Nov. 23 Coach Kurtis Knight - email@example.com No tryout necessary Parctices begin Nov. 23 and are daily from 3-5 pm.
Dance is officially a winter season, however, their tryouts were conducted earlier this year.
Congrats to Quarterfinalists: 2 singles - Nicole Johnson, 3 singles - Jenna Pepper
1 doubles Sydney Renehan/Paige Reid
Regional Champs, League Champs, Top Ten at State Finals! Great season for Holly Tennis!
Monday, March 9th 7-9pm
Tuesday, March 10th 7-9pm
Wednesday, March 11th 7-9pm
Thursday, March 12th 5-7pm (parent/Player Meeting. immediately following practice.
Firday, March 13th 5-7pm
Looking forward to a new and exciting season, see you on Monday, March 9th at 7pm. Make sure you see Dawn Miller in the athletic office to get your tryout cards before Monday! Go Bronchos!
The Coach Raffin Scholarship is to be awarded to a graduating senior of Holly High School who was a member of the cross-country or track and field team for at least one year while in high school, and who has been accepted to a college, university or technical school. The recipient will embody values instilled by Coach Raffin through the demonstration of hard work, perseverance and a positive mental attitude. This may be demonstrated through one or more letters of recommendation provided by the applicant as well as the observations and experience of the advisory selection committee. The award ($1,000) may be used for tuition, books, fees and housing related to higher education. (See the athletic director for the application form.)
Deadline is Thursday, April 2, 2015...just before spring break.
All meetings are held in the High School teacher's lounge at 7pm All are welcome.
Please join us on Monday, December 1st at 7 pm. We are featuring students who are attending the International Thespian Society Festival. Well also have skits, theatre games, and some fun audience participation.
Admission is FREE!
Donations to the theatre department will be accepted.
The Scholarship Book for Seniors has been recently updated! Stop in Career Center, stock up and get started on the next step in the Financial Aid process!
The Snow Sports Club will be going to Mt. Holly next Tuesday, January 14, 2014. Make your plans with your friends now. Club members planning on taking the bus need to get their equipment to the HMS before 7:30am. HHS students taking the bus to Mt. Holly need to get to HMS if you have any questions see or contact Mr. Prechowski at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday December 4 at 2:55 in the KIVA.
Please bring something to write with.
Tuesday, December 3rd
7:00pm at Middle School
The last Ski and Snowboard Equipment Swap of the season will be held this Saturday, November 23rd from 8am-3pm. Used equipment to sell can be dropped off at Mt. Holly this Thursday and Friday from 4-8pm. This is a GREAT opportunity to buy new and pre-owned equipment at LOW prices. All proceeds support the Mt. Holly Ski Patrol. For more information check it out on Facebook at Mt. Holly Ski Swap.
Meet outside of Room 123 dressed and ready to go.
See Coach Basydlo if you have any questions.
Tryout times for all levels will begin November 18th at the times listed below:
Freshmen - 3pm
JV - 5pm
Varsity - 3pm
Spend an evening with recruitment guru Jack Renkens as he explodes the myths and presents the realities of college recruiting!
Myth #1 The time to gear up your recruiting effort is late in the junior year.
Reality The best time to start is freshman year! (It's true)
Myth #2 Only the top athletes can expect to get opportunities.
Reality There are great schools all over the country looking for good athletes, good students
and good kids right now!
This should be mandatory for every parent, student-athlete and coach! Don't miss it!
Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at 7pm
Fenton High School Auditorium
3200 West Shiawassee Avenue, Fenton, MI 48430
Complimentary Admission for All Student-Athletes and Families!
Holly High School Performing Arts Department
“LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS”
Saturday, November 16th - 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Tickets are $10.00 online or $12.00 at the door
Tickets can also be purchased by calling 1-866-967-8167 or through the website www.showtix4u.com
Tickets are $10.00 online or $12.00 at the door
Saturday, November 2, 2013 form 9:00a.m. to 4:00p.m.
Holly High School
This event is the major fundraiser for the high school Senior All Night Party, which is a safe and fun celebration for our graduation seniors.
Sign up in the Main office - $20
Test will be given in the KIVA.
Doors open at 8:30am.
Saturday October 5th: Mountain Bike Race - the MiSCA State Championships race is 10:00 am at Lake Orion High School. See MiSCAbike.org for details.
Saturday October 5 Fall Color Paddle on the Shiawassee - meet at 1pm at Waterworks park in Holly. $5.00 covers your shuttle back to Holly from Fenton. See Mr. McCreedy to reserve a kayak and confirm your attendance. Mr. McCreedy will not be on the river, but Headwater Trails volunteers will be stationed thoughout the trip.
This is a fundraiser for Prom and Broncho athletic cards are not accepted.
Entry is $3.00
Holly's First Pink Game sponsoring the American Cancer Society
Tackle the Cure T-shirts on sale in all lunches for $10, wear the shirt and it will get you into the game for free.
All proceeds will be donated directly to the American Cancer Society.
Wednesday, October 2 from 4:30pm - 7:30pm
Thursday, October 3rd is a half day of school, with afternoon conferences from 12:00 - 3:00pm.
Open Gym Dates
10/15, 10/22, 10/24,. 10/26
6:00pm - 7:30pm All Dates
Holly Hoopla Try-out Meeting
Monday: 10/28/13 7:00pm
Job Posting: My business is Goose Busters and we round up and relocate Canandien Geese throughout Michigan. Our season runs this Monday, June 10th - June 28th. We leave our house in Holly promptly at 5am each morning. Job pays $6-12/hr cash and workers can expect 50-120 hrs total all bases on job performance. Workers must not be afraid of animals or water.
If you know anyone who might be interested, please have them contact Chris Compton at (800)521-8777 or 248-467-0109 or www.goosebusters.net.
There will be a boys cross country meeting Monday, June 3rd from 4:00pm-4:45pm in the Kiva.
There will be a player sign up and parent meeting Thursday, May 30th at 5pm at the KRC soccer stadium. Parents and athletes should both attend. Information regarding summer conditioning, expectations and fall tryouts will be shared with you. If questions contact varsity coach Mike Steibel at 586-907-0795 or via email at email@example.com.
Flint Metro League Champions!
There will be an informational parent/athletes meeting Wednesday May 29th from 5-6pm in the commons at HHS.
Sideline cheer try outs will be May 10th and 11th from 9-noon. We will be meeting in the commons at HHS.
Reminder sideline cheer is open to both male and female athletes.
The first practice in the fall will be held August 14th at 4pm at our home course Heather Highlands. The entire first week of practices will be held in the late afternoon/evening.
This is a reminder that ALL local scholarships are due NO LATER thank Friday, March 22nd at 3pm in the Counseling Office.
April 6, 2013 9am-3pm
Are you interested in becoming a veterinarian? Once a year, MSU's College of Veterinary Medicine opens its doors to show off its state of the art facilities and amazing programs. Admission is free. No registration is required. See Mrs. Logan for more information.
This free online event can help you explore campus life, athletic scholarships, degree programs and research opportunities at high ranking universities, including Michigan State University, University of Michigan, The Ohio State University and more. Login to CollegeWeekLive.com from 2:00-10:00pm EST along with live video presentations from all of the Big Ten universities every hour on the hour.
Madonna Visit Day
Saturday March 16th, 2013
8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Franciscan Center Lecture Hall (Room S100)
36600 Schoolcraft Rd
Livonia, MI 48150
Welcome and Overview
Comprehensive Campus Tour
Academic Program Introductions
Informative Break-Out Sessions
Early ticket sales for the Snowcoming Dance January 23rd for $8.
January 24th - February 1st: $10 at all lunches
At the door: $15
Dance is 8pm-11pm on Saturday, February 2nd.
Thursday, January 10, 2013 from 4:30-7:30pm
Location is: 8211 Big Lake Road, Clarkston 48346
Any questions please call: 248.922.5800
Students can login anytime from 2:00 to 10:00pm est, to chat live with our admissions officers and financial aid experts from the US Department of Education to learn how to:
Uncover the best scholarship opportunities online
Understand the difference between privae and public scholarships
Access financial aid programs
Also, students who visit three colleges online during the event will be automatically entered to win $2,500 in HP's Time is Money Scholarship!
See you Friday night!
Two of our seniors, Aubrey Forsythe and Corey Nichols competed for college scholarships and left with a combined offer of nearly $100,000 in scholarship money.
Come out and see them perform this weekend in our production of White Christmas!!
The team also received the Sportsmanship Award which acknowledges a team for contributions to other teams throughout the competition. We are by far one of the smallest teams in the county yet the judges saw our students working with other teams throughout the day to assist them. A coach couldn't be prouder and the award means more to me than any other!
Once again, a shining example of the how Holly High School stands out amongst private and public high schools throughout Oakland County!
Also, Tennis Coaches Brennan Brown and Will Sophiea were named Coaches of the Year.
December 7th 7:00pm
December 8th 2pm and 7pm
The time shave changed from what they previously were. Let me know if you have any questions.
Important information and dates:
Cherry Hill Lanes North
6697 Dixie Highway Clarkston, MI 48346
See School Fusion for more information!
Segment 1: November 5th - 30th Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3-5pm
You may pick up furthe rinformation in the main office, or by contacting Courtesy Driving School at 1-800-256-9559, or courtesydrivingschool.com.
The dance is from 8pm-11pm in the high school gym.
So spread the work about the meeting to anyone who you know might be interested in joining the team. See you on Thursday.
Monday: October 22nd
Holly High School Gym
6pm-7pm Youth League Sign-Up
7pm-8pm Presentation Dunk Contest
8pm-8:15pm Boys Basketball Meeting
9th-12th Grades - Mandatory Meeting
Call the Holly High Design to order yours now. They will now be a full service Varsity Jacket Provider for the Holly students and community. Please call 248-328-3245.
Mr. Therriault is located in Room 304 at the High School.
Sign-up in the Career Center!
Nov. 19 Olivet College 8am
Jostens will be back Wednesday, October 3rd during all lunches to take any late orders for cap/gown, announcements and class rings.
Senior Powder Puff Girls need to pick up her waiver form from Ms. Chambers. They are due back Friday, 9-21.
Meet Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 3-4pm on the Holly High School Track.
See Mr. Rapin in Room 109 if you have any questions.
Students will earn service credit hours.
Any questions please feel free to contact Coach Tillier at Hollybronchoscheerleading@yahoo.com.
Monday, May 7th
Sherman Middle School
Holly High School
Tuesday, May 8th
AP Spanish Lang
AP Art History
Holly High School
Wednesday, May 9th
AP Calculus AB
Sherman Middle School
Thursday, May 10th
English Literature and Comp
Sherman Middle School
Friday, May 11th
AP US History
Holly High School
Rm 218 & 222
Monday, May 14th
Holly High School
AP Music Theory
Holly High School
Tuesday, May 15th
AP U.S. Govrnmt
Holly High School
AP Lang & Comp
Sherman Middle School
Sherman Middle School
Thursday, May 17th
AP Macro Economics
Holly High School
AP World History
Holly High School
Friday, May 18
AP Human Geography
Holly High School
AP Spanish Literature
Holly High School
Our alliance consisted of 3 teams - Ithaco, NY and California. It was eventually defeated by an alliance of another Michigan team - The Northville Mustangs. We then became 1st alternate if any robot would have been unable to compete in the finals.
So out of 193 teams in the State of Michigan we finished 2nd only to Northfille!
Amanda Nunnold, 1st place Physica Science
Andrew Forsythe, 3rd place for Biology
Dalton Sink, Honorable Mention for Biology Lab
Nikole Clarke, Honorable Mention for Chemistry
Sierra Haneline, Honorable Mention for Chemistry Lab
Joe Thomas, 2nd Place Physics
Joel Bixel, 2nd place for Physics Lab
Aaron Vergith, 1st Place for Algebra I
Rebecca Clemons, 3rd place for Algebra 2
Collin Brown, Honorable Mention for Trigonometry
Randi Lewis, 2nd Place for Statistics
Chrissy Malloy, Honorable Mention for Pre-Calculus
Anthony Hansen, Honorable Mention for Calculus
The Team took 2nd place overall!!
Last night's results: Boys - Holly 102.5 Lapeer East 34.5 Holly 123.5 Lapeer West 13.5
Girls - Holly 104 Lapeer East 34 Holly 127 Lapeer West 10
Students interested in Fashion Design: CMU is conducting a summer camp. Registration is due May 1st. Please see Mrs. Logan in the Career Center for more info.
he Brandon Blackhawks were defeated by our JV and Varsity tennis teams 8-0 and 7-1 respectively.
If you have participated in THREE varsity sports this school year, you are eligible for the prestigious TRIPLE THREAT award. Please stop by the athletic office and sign up.
To apply for the position, visit the County Jobs webpage. Have additional questions? all Human Resources at 248-858-0530.
Tickets are $5 for students, and $10 for adults. We are offering Seniors a $5 discount at the Saturday Matinee. Come and enjoy an evening of laughter presented by our talented cast and crew!
There will be an informational meeting Tuesday, February 28th at 3pm in Room 109 (Mr. Rapin's room). Come join the winningest program in the Flint area!
Holly Wrestlers defeated Linden 52-12 and also defeated Fenton 69-9 last night at their meet.
They are now 25 - 5 and are Ranked 6th in the State.
Here is a link: www.boysandgirlsstate.org for the State programs
Here is the link for the student trooper program: www.michiganlegion.org/trooper
Mrs. Logan is in the process of selecting candidates for these programs. Interested candidates need to see her in the Career Center for additional information.
When: Friday the 13th at Mt. Holly from 6-10pmn
Pizza and refreshments will be provided for Outdoor Club Members (join through School Fusion).
See Mr. McCreedy in Room 224 or email for more information.
MONDAY, January 16, 2012
There will be an important informational meeting in the KIVA.
Please arrive by 2:45pm...any questions see Coach Culloty.
Andrew Spiece Brandon STEM PathwaysAcademy Brandon High School (248) 627 -1820 ext. 1141 firstname.lastname@example.org http://BrandonSTEM.com/
FIRST Robotics Kickoff Event
Ortonville, Michigan, January 4, 2012 — The Truck Town Thunder(T3) Robotics team will be hosting the FIRST Robotics Competition Kickoff Event on January 7, 2012. T3 is inviting the community, sponsors, and parents to come watch the 2012 challenge presented at the Brandon School District ITEC Center at 609 S. Ortonville Rd., Ortonville, MI 48462. Community members are
invited to arrive at 10am to watch the presentation. The presentation will begin at 10:30am. Everyone is welcome to stay and join the team in understanding the rules of the 2012 challenge until 5pm. The Truck Town Thunder Robotics team is comprised of both Brandon and Holly Students. The team competes internationally and is very excited for the upcoming challenge. The team will begin their six week build season immediately following the event and are already registered to compete in the Waterford District Competition on March 9-10 at Waterford Mott High School and the Northville District Competition on March 23-24 at Northville High School. The team will be competing for 64 spots at the Michigan State Championships and for 18 spots at The Championship Event in St. Louis, MO., both in April. Over the last 13 years the team has had the opportunity to attend the Championship Event 11 times and was finalist twice in both 1999 and 2009. The team has had a lot of help this year already and is currently in partnership with the following organizations:
General Motors J&N Supplies Michigan Renaissance Festival Hometown Backyard LLC Brandon School District Debron Industrial Electronics, Inc Holly Area Schools John Bunge ContinentalAutomotive Systems Supreme Promotions Thompson's Hardware Debra Sieg Guardian Industries Jacobs Engineering Chili's Grill & Bar Szott Ford Bueches Food World Bryan Thomas DDS Brandon STEM Pathways Academy Fujikura Automotive Professional Dental of Clarkston Genesee Polymers Corp Premiere Pediatrics R-Concepts Milosch's Palace Chrysler Jeep Dodge Culvers Brian's Small Engine Repair United States Air Force First Impressions Hair Salon Mid-Michigan Robotics Association McPhees Restaurant Oakland County Robotics Associations Beth Nuccio, Oakland County Commissioner, Clarkston-Brandon Community Credit Union District1 Truck Town Thunder Parents Vic Canever Cheverolet Lasco Ford Wolverine Machine Products Company Orthodontic Specialists Candy Cane Christmas Tree Farm Nature's Way Adult Foster Care/Mindset Management Inc.
We would like to thank Holly High School for all your support this past season. From Student Council, to our band, cheer team, teachers, staff and our rowdy student section everyone played a part in making this year special. Thank you all for your contributions this year, our program truly appreciated it.
Come visit the HAUNTED BARN! Friday and Saturday, October 21-22 and October 28-29. $7 per person entry at 13409 N. Holly Road. Don't miss out on all the fun!
The meeting will be in the KIVA right after school Monday, October 24th.
Don't forget to bring your friends! See you there!
October 31 - Oakland University @ 9am
Sign up in the Career Center!
Building opens at 8:30am, Enter from the back student entrance.
Tests tarts at 9:00am in the Kiva and is over at noon.
Bring two #2 pencils, calculator and school ID or a driver's license.
Monday: Mismatch/Class Day
Tuesday: Bow/Tie Day
Wednesday: PJ Day
Thursday: Super Hero/Villain Day
Friday: Class Color (Freshman - Balck, Sophomore - Gray, Juniors - Red and Seniors are White)
Also, Students Council is looking for Convertibles and drivers for the Homecoming Parade, October 14, 2011 from 3:30 to 5:45pm.
Parent/Teacher Conferences are scheduled for Thursday, October 6th. They will be from noon to 3pm and again from 4:30 to 7:30pm. You can pick up your student's progress report in the commons and proceed to the individual classrooms. Hope to see you there!
Sign-up in the Career Center
Sept. 27 Baker College at 1:30pm
Sept. 27 Adrian College at 9am
Sept. 27 Bowling Green State University at 12:30pm
Sept. 28 Michigan State University at 9am
Sept. 28 Lake Superior State University at 1:30pm
Sept. 29 Oakland University w/on-site admissions at 9am
Sept. 29 Saginaw Valley State University at 1:30pm
Oct. 3 Grand Valley State University w/on-site admissions at 8am
Oct. 3 Davenport University at 1:30pm
Oct. 4 ITT Technical Institute at 9am
Oct. 4 Hope College at 9am
Oct. 4 Wayne State University at 12:30pm
Oct. 4 University of Northwest Ohio UNOH at 1:30pm
Oct. 5 U of M - Flint w/on-site admissions at 9am
Oct. 5 University of Detroit - Mercy w/on-site admissions at 1:30pm
Oct. 6 Kettering University w/on-site admissions at 8am
The Powder Puff game is Monday, October 10th. The game begins at 6pm and there will be a $3 charge for everyone. Because this is a fundraiser for the Juniors and Seniors punch cards will not be accepted.
See you there!
Our first student council meeting will be held next Wednesday after school in Room 219 - Beige. Everyone is invited to attend! We will be planning Homecoming so if you would like to be a part of our biggest event of the year - COME!!
Holly Area Schools is pleased to unveil our new, online payment processing system, PaySchools. This program allows you to make school-related payments online via e-check or credit card at your convenience all from our school's Web site. Just click on the PaySchools tab to get started.
The boys Track team placed 3rd in a 16 team field. Getting to the state meet for the boys is TJ Peake in Long Jump, Joey Spencer in Pole Vault, Luke Schwerin in the 800, Kean Ellison in the 400, Dallas Crandell in the 300 hurdles, the boys 4 x 400 John Williams, Keon Ellison, Davis Nixon and Luke Schwerin, and the boys 4 x 800 Mike MaCarty, Luke Schwerin, Davis Nixon and Keon Ellison set a school record running a 7:57. great job to all of the athletes who competed.
- The class of 2014 is collecting all rubber flip-flops no matter what condition they are in. These flip-flops will then be recycled into playground equipment through Old Navy and Terracycle. Please bring your donation to the drop-off bin in front of the office.
The Exam Exemption sign up sheet is available either in the main office or the attendance office. The deadline to sign up is Thursday. Exemption forms will be distributed to you on Monday and will need to be returned Tuesday, May 17th. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Anyone 17 yrs. or older is encouraged to sign up to give blood on the 18th. Sign ups are taking place now, during all lunches. Our goal is 86 units, please help us meet our goal. Save a life - give blood.
Your class E board members for 2011/2012 are:
Prom: Rhythm of the Night April 29th Captain's Club at Woodfield
Auburn Hills: Wednesday, May 18th from 5:30-7:30
Highland Lakes: Thursday, May 19th from 5:30-7:30
Juniors interested in Duke, Harvard, Penn, or Stanford can attend an info session on Thursday, May 12th at 7:30 pm at the Troy Marriott located at 200 West Big Beaver Road, Troy, MI. More info can be found at www.exploringcollegeoptions.org.
More info can be obtained in the Career Center/Counseling Office.
The Connolly Theatre Scholarship application forms are now available from Mrs. Bicknell, Mrs. Martin, or in the counseling office. The deadline is May 2nd, so pick yours up today!
This is a reminder to turn in your Scholarship Awards to your Counselor by April 21st.
Design a T-shirt for your Senior all night party. We will reward the winner with a ticket to the Senior all night party and $25.00 cash.
The design is for the FRONT of the T-shirt only! Please do not design on the sleeve or the sides of the T-shirt. The back is to remain blank also. You can use 2 - 3 colors and black is considered a color.
The front of the T-shirt must include the following:
> Theme: "Under the Sea"
> Holly High School
> Class of 2011
> Senior All Night Party
DUE BEFORE SPRING BREAK TO MISS PORTEOUS OR THE MAIN OFFICE!!
Prom tickets will be sold at all lunches through Thursday, March 31st. Each ticket is $50 and there is limited seating, so buy your tickets now! Guest passes must be filled out and signed by an Administrator before a ticket for a non-HHS student can be purchased.
Our Miss Brooks
March 25th at 7:00 p.m.
March 26th at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
It will be located in the Holly High School Auditorium
Local High Schools are hosting College Fairs on the following nights:
Milford High School April 27 from 6:30-8pm
Linden High School April 28 from 6-7:30pm
overall "Good" rating at District Choral Festival on Tuesday! Way to
All night party tickets are available in the attendance office. Tickets are $15 until spring break. After spring break, the cost will go up to $20.
Parents, do you know ....
How many teens start using prescription drugs EVERY DAY in the
United States for non-medical need?
· What is the “drug of choice” for 3rd – 5th graders?
· What do a toilet paper roll and a dryer sheet have to do with
Find out the answers to these questions and more, by attending the “Drugs 101: What Parents Want to Know” program on March 1st at 6:30 in the Karl Richter Campus Auditorium. A highlight of this program is a mock teenager’s bedroom set up for adults to observe and attempt to identify the obvious and not-so-obvious drug related paraphernalia. You will also learn facts about trends in teen alcohol and drug use, tools to identify potential teen alcohol and drug use and skills to engage kids in conversations. This program is sponsored by the Holly Area Community Coalition and is free of charge. To register, please call 248-328-3135.
The student and staff basketball game on March 31st is coming up soon! Buy your tickets for $3 during all lunches, beginning March 25th.
Grade Choir for their annual Festival Choir Concert, this Wednesday at
7:30 PM in the HHS Auditorium!
This concert will feature the ensembles and soloists who have traveled
or who will travel to Festival this season. The show will conclude
with a great combined number with all of the choirs!
Admission: $2/Adult, $1/Child
Volleyball players, coaches, and refs need to report to the gym by 6:30 pm for set up and quick rules meeting.
Chamber Choir as well as soloists Leanne Ma, Cody Petzold, and Kaylie
Towne for their excellent performances at this past Saturday's
District Solo & Ensemble Festival!! The event was held at Lapeer East
High School and the students performed in front of judges for a
rating. Arioso and Chamber Choir, as well as soloists Cody and
Kaylie, received a 1st Division rating and will now prepare for State
Solo & Ensemble Festival being held in March! Well done singers!
Whether you are a Captain of a Fall, Winter, or Spring team, you are considered a member of the Captain's Club. Our group picture for the yearbook will be taken right after school on Thursday the 27th before we go to KRC. Please meet in the commons right after school.
The games will be at 6 pm and 7:30 pm. The induction will be at 8 pm.
Congratulations to the Inductees:
Justin Detter, Artie Mangham, Kyle Keefer, and Maurice Pearson
Tuesday, February 1st from 3-5 PM in the Choir Room. Come prepared to
learn some choreography, perform a vocal solo of your choosing, and to
show off your performing ability! For more information, please check
the board by the Choir Room or stop by and see Mrs. Martin.
corner, have you considered having the chance to sing every day? With
three great choirs to be a part of, now is your chance! Auditions for
Chamber Choir can be made by appointment with Mrs. Martin. Auditions
for Main Street Show Choir will be held on Tuesday, February 1 from
3-5 PM in the Choir Room. Or perhaps consider joining Chorale - no
audition necessary! There is a place for everyone! Please see Mrs.
Martin for more information!
Meeting every Thursday at 2:45 pm in Room 208.
Any questions? Contact Misty Gerecke
On Monday, December 20th the Captain's Club members will have an activity - bowling at Holly Lanes at 6 pm. Please stop in the athletic office to sign up. There is NO cost to you! Come and enjoy the evening with your fellow team captain's.
Want to be a part of your student body?
Come join in the Student Council meeting on Tuesday after school. We will meet at 2:45 pm in Mrs Street's room.
Be a representative in your school!!
Our hockey team will host the Grand Blanc Bobcats in the first game of the season at Perani Arena on Wednesday, Nov. 17th at 5:00 pm. Please plan to attend and support our Broncho Boys! For all Holly students, if you show your school ID at the gate (for the first contest only)...you will get in FREE. Bring $20 to the game and buy a hockey pass for the other 10 home contests. (The arena does not accept our HHS punchcards...sorry.)
Let your face be recognized as a leader in your school.
Don't miss this meeting!!
Four Eligibility Requirements for entering the contest:
1. Enrollment - Student must be enrolled and participating in interscholastic athletics at an MHSAA member school.
2. Senior Status - Student must be a Senior graduating during the 2010-2011 school year.
3. Varsity Letter - Student must have, PRIOR to Senior year, won a varsity letter in a sport.
4. 3.5 GPA
There is a sign up sheet for all levels outside Mr. Rapin's room (101). Please sign up if you are interested.
Tryouts will begin Today, Nov 15th at the following times:
Freshmen: 3:00-5:00 pm
JV : 3:00-5:00 pm
Varsity: 5-8 pm
Please make sure you have your physical and grade check ready to turn in on that day.
October 22nd, 23rd, 29th, and 30th from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
13409 North Holly Road
Holly Township Parks & Recreation
$7.00 per person
Proceeds to support the Robotics teams of Holly/Brandon and Heritage Farmstead
- Wear red/white
- Crowd into the Student section and stand/jump/cheer the whole game
- Be LOUD and creative all night
- You can give us the HOME FIELD ADVANTAGE!!!
There will be a very important mandatory meeting on Wednesday, October 20th after school.
Instructions and sign-ups to work at the Haunted Barn, as well as, our current fundraisers will be on the agenda.
All members should plan on attending this crucial meeting.
GRADES 9 - 12
MONDAY, OCTOBER 25TH - 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
HOLLY HIGH SCHOOL GYM
This is a MANDATORY meeting!!
The Heritage Festival is in need of volunteers this Saturday from 12:30 pm to 6 pm. See Mrs. Turpin for details.
To assure that ninth graders have adequate vision to meed educational demands, Michigan Public Health Code, ACT 368, recommends vision screening for ninth graders. To meet the screening needs of these students, the Oakland County Health Division offers free vision screening by appointment at each of the three health division locations. Parents can call 248-424-7070 to schedule an appointment.
Students may sign up in the front office.
The cost is $20 and limited to the first 50 Juniors.
Holly High School College Visits - Fall 2010
Sign-up in the Career Center!
Date Name of College or Trade School Time
Oct. 12 Ferris State University 1:30 pm
Oct. 14 Oakland Community College – Highland Lakes Open House
Oct. 18 Madonna University 12:15 pm
Oct. 20 Michigan Tech University w/ on site admissions 12:15
Oct. 22 University of Michigan – Flint w/ onsite admissions 12:15
Oct. 27 Saginaw Valley State University – Red out 8 am
Nov. 1 Grand Valley State University – w/onsite admissions 9 am
Nov. 3 Northern Michigan University 8 am
No application fee required for on-site Admissions to these institutions
This is a great show with many casting opportunities! No preparation is necessary; students will be expected to learn and perform a song excerpt form the musical at auditions. For more information, contact Mrs. Martin or Mrs. Bicknell.
Awards: 7:15 in the auditorium
Dinner: Pot Luck --- usually a dish that serves 12 will be plenty
Seniors --- salads
Juniors --- main entree
Sophomores --- main entree
Freshman --- Main entree or salad
Water will be provided
Parents --- as always help is needed to set up (starting at 5 PM) and clean up.
While growing up, Valerie wanted to be an architect, she soon discovered robotics and CAD. These programs have opened the door to Engineering by teaching the building and design processes. The FIRST Corporation (For Inspiration and Recognition in Science and Technology) teaches about engineering and technology and this is where she first learned of Kettering University and the LITE program (Lives Improve through Engineering). The LITE program gave her an opportunity to learn the basics of engineering. It was through this experience that Valerie found her love - Bio mechanics. She likes the medical field and upon her discovery of bio mechanics, she will pursue her studies in mechanical engineering with a Bio specialty at Kettering University. She wants to design machines that help the human body whether it is prosthetics or surgical tools. Good luck and congratulations Valerie!
Below you will find the order of events.....
4:30am-7am...ABC 12 Spirit Squad at HHS; breakfast will served; Red Zone shirts will be given away
5:30 - Students, teachers, and coaches arrive
5:40 Live tease, with the kids going nuts behind us (30 seconds or so, letting everyone know that the ABC 12 Spirit Squad is at Holly HS)
5:51 Live segment (2 minutes) - interviews with kids, and also with band playing/cheerleaders/dance team doing their thing.
6:05 Live look (40 seconds or so) - live shot of the band/cheerleaders/dance team doing something interesting
6:15 Live segment (2 minutes) - more interviews and fun stuff
6:26 Live look (40 seconds)
6:47 Live tease (30 seconds)
6:50 Live segment (2 minutes) - senior class with a remake of their snowcoming dance
6:57 Live look to end the show (40 seconds)
Lastly, we are having a can drive and need all those present in the morning to bring 1 can of food to donate. Thanks for your help and support! Let's show all schools in the area that Holly High School is the BEST!
Is This the Real Life? - An evening of song and dance with the Main Street Show Choir is Thursday, May 13th at 7:30 PM. Tickets are $3.00/adults, $2.00/students.
We hope you can make it!
The theme is "Frozen in Time."
Tickets go on sale Monday, April 12. Because of limited seating...sale schedule will be as follows: Arpil 12-16 exclusive for Seniors and their dates only. April 19-23 Juniors and Seniors. Tickets are sold before school, during lunches, and after school only. Ticket price is $66.00 per person and includes dinner, dancing, and souvenir picture. Additional picture packets will be available.
All orders must be picked up at this time and location. We do not have adequate refrigeration for these orders. If you are unable to make this date and time, please make arrangements with a trusted friend or neighbor.
Colin Bieszard - Snare Drum Proficiency 1
Abbey Darnell - Flute Proficiency 1 and Flute Trio
Mitchell Drake - Brass Quartet
Amber Feltrin - Marimba Proficiency 1 Snare Drum Proficiency 2
Kaytlin Glover - Flute Trio
Larry Hilbert - Trumpet Proficiency
Travis Kerton - French Horn Proficiency 2
Andrea Lewellen - Flute Trio
Nicole Longrie - Brass Quartet
Joe McDonnell - Brass Quartet
Katjana Nagel - Trombone Solo and Brass Quartet
Heather Russik - Flute Proficiency 3
Justin Snyder - Snare Drum Solo
Kelsi Trest - Trumpet Proficiency 1
Great job Matt!
February 20, 2010 2:00PM & 7:30PM
February 25, 2010 7:30 PM
February 27, 2010 7:30 PM
Ticke prices are: Adults $5.00 Sutdent/child $4.00
Senior Citizen special for the Saturday matinee show are $4.00
P.S. Last Chance Yearbook purchase deadline is coming in January, but don't delay; you can order yearbooks at any time. Find ordering information on the Yearbook Schoolfusion page.
Students can purchase discount cards in the Athletic Office during lunch hours and after school.
We will meet on Tuesdays during school (rotating hours every week). See Ms. Grey or your counselor in advance if you are interested.
The girls cross country won the Flint Metro League title this fall; this one completes a back to back run having won the title in 2008 as well. In fact, the girls program has won 7 such titles since 1998. The girl’s team was undefeated (9-0), during the regular season this year. Congratulations Girls' Cross Country team on a job well done, once again.
Location: Library Lab Times: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 2:50-3:50pm.
Homework help is available: Monday for Math, Wednesday for Science, and
Thursday for English and Math.
Black cloaks - Skeleton Keys - Small velvet bags w/drawstings - Viking Hat with or without braids
Fake food - bread, rolls, grapes, cheese, bacon, sausage, fish - Mugs or steins for a tavern scene (Metal or wooden) - Tea Cart and tea service - Plastic dome for rose (one of those plastic fiber optic flower lamps might
At the FML AD meeting earlier this month, Lance Hopkin was voted "Kiwanis FML Male Athlete of the Month" for September. Lance has participated in four varsity sports...tennis, football, basketball and track/field. Last year the tennis team won the league meet, the regional and went to the state meet; the basketball team finished as league co-champions; and the track team won the regional and qualified for the MITCA state meet. Lance was first team all league in each sport. He has certainly had a stellar athletic career and academically, he shines too. His gpa is 4.0 which places him 1st in the class. Lance is a great representative of the Holly Area School District. And thats not all...Yesterday, Lance competed with the Big Nine, GAC and Flint Schools male athlete of the month to become the Kiwanis Flint Area Athlete of the Month. HE WON!!! Lance has been invited to attend the Kiwanis luncheon/meeting next week. In May, he will compete against the other monthly winners to determine the Kiwanis Flint Area Athlete of the year. Congratulations Lance!
We hope to see you there!!!!
Once again the Holly High School Math Department will be participating in the Michigan Math Prize Competition. All students are welcome to participate. However, it is a challenging test and it is recommended that students have completed Algebra 2 or higher. The entry fee is $4 and should be given directly to your math teacher or to Mrs. Harris in room 222 as soon as possible. The deadline for entry is September 17. Part 1 of the test will be held in school on Wednesday, October 7. Those who qualify, will take Part 2 on December 2.
If you are interested being a part of the 2009-2010 High School Cheerleading team,
we will be hosting another tryout on August 31 and September 1st.
We will be meeting at the Broncho Stadium at 3:30 to 5:30.
You must have your eligibility card on the first day of tryouts.
You can get it your registration card from Mrs. Kahn in the athletic office.
Learn to tumble, fly, & stunt all while having fun and making new friends!!!
· ALL athletes (both MS and HS) must have a completed physical form on file in the athletic office before attending a tryout or practice session after August 10th.
· All HS athletes must get a registration card from the athletic office prior to tryouts or attending a practice session after August 10th. The athletic office will be open August 4, 5, 6 and 7 so athletes may get this card.
Varsity, JV and Freshman Football: August 9 ~ Season Kick-off...equipment handout, parent meeting & picnic. August 10-28 ~ Monday through Friday double sessions practices from 7am-1pm; bring a lunch.
Cross Country: Starting June 15 ~ every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7:00 pm at Lake Side Park. Starting July 6 ~ Monday through Thursday 7:00pm at Lake Side Park. Starting August 10 ~Monday through Friday 6:00pm; also, 10am practice on Saturday August 15, 22 and 29. Cross Country Camp will be August 16-21.
Girls’ Swim and Dive: August 12-August 28 from 9:30am -12pm at the HS pool. Bring shorts, t-shirt, tennis shoes, swim suit , cap, goggles and towel.
Boys’ Soccer: August 11 from 7:00-8:00pm in the HHS gym. August 12-school begins 5pm - 7pm at KRC.
Girls’ Golf : August 12 at 10am at Heather Highlands Golf Course...bring equipment and dress appropriately
Boys’ Tennis: August 12 - the beginning of school...6am-10am.
Sideline Cheer: Starting August 11 every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 8am - 11:30am @ HHS. Gymnastics at AGA Gymnasium in Flint from 7:30 - 8:30pm every Wednesday.
Volleyball: Open Gym from 10am - 1pm on July 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 21, 22, 24, 28, 29, 31. Starting August 12 ~ practices will be held daily...times TBD.
NEW ~ To your left you will see 'athletics' click on that and visit the team webpage. Coaches will gain access to their team webpage on 7/8/09 and will begin to build their team webpage. Enjoy!
Please donate your cap and gown to Holly High. We will hand them down to student's who are unable to purchase their own next year. Thank You!
Seniors: AUGUST 24th, 8am-11am and 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Juniors: AUGUST 25th, 8am-11am and 12:30pm-2:30pm
Sophomores: AUGUST 26th, 8am-11am and 12:30-2:30pm
Freshmen: AUGUST 27th, A-K: 8am-11am and L-Z: 12:30pm - 3:00pm
School pictures will be taken at registration. Order form will be included with the summer newsletter.
3 PM and 5 PM. Students do not need to prepare any audition material but should come ready to read and sing! Rehearsals will begin the week of September 14th. The musical will have three performances on November 20th & 21st. Please contact Lindsey Martin at HHS with any quesitons: 248-329-3200, ext. 5331 or email@example.com.
Congratulations! Best of luck with your academic and athletic endeavors!
Holly junior Jonathon Beeler had to make two do-or-die jumps to win the high jump. He needed to clear 6 feet, 7 inches on his third and final attempt to stay in contention. Because Midland's Andrew Maxwell made 6-7 on his second jump, Beeler needed to clear 6-8 to win the title. Again, Beeler came through in his final opportunity to become only the second Holly state track and field champion in the last 27 years. "I felt a lot of pressure on me to make that jump," Beeler said. "I really wanted to win states and I did. It put a little bit more pressure on me. I was nervous coming into this. My coaches told me to relax and go into this with confidence." Congratulations Jonathon!
As a service to our athletes and their parents, we are pleased to announce that we are able to offer sport physicals at HHS. On Saturday, May 30th for the low cost of $10 (a bit more than last year but worth every penny) you can get a sports physical good for the 2009-10 school year. Mrs. Kathy Kahn will be scheduling appointments beginning on Monday, May 4th. You must stop in the HS athletic office and pay the $10 fee when you make the appointment. At this time you will get an appointment card...this card is your "ticket" to see the doctors on May 30th.
Alex Sammut was 7th in the 100 meter dash. Congratulations guys!
The Holly Girls Track and Field team finished 7th of 16 teams at the meet. Medaling for the Lady Bronchos were: Destiny Lukianoff won the 800m run;
Mariah Ridal was 2nd in the long jump and 6th in the 200m run; Heather Ricksgers was 4th in the discus; 4 x100 relay team was 4th (Wingate, Colson, Ridal, Degnan); 4 x 400 relay team was 7th (Lukianoff, Wingate, Konopitski, Beeler); Marissa Moorhead was 5th in 110 hurdles; Olivia Nixon was 6th in the 110 hurdles; Breanna Konopitski was 6th in the 800m run; and Jenna Mitchell was 6th in the discus. Congratulations girls!
The format for the event will include booths from several construction industry representations including the areas of Construction Management, Architecture, Trades, and more. We will also have a guest speaker present on the forecast of careers in the construction industry. Light refreshments will be provided.
Registration is required, see Mrs. Logan for additional information.
Orchard Ridge Monday, May 18th 6-8 PM
Royal Oak Tuesday, May 19th 6-8PM
Auburn Hills Wednesday, May 20th 6-8PM
Highland Lakes Thursday, May 21st 6-8PM
Registration is encouraged and more info can be found in the Counseling Office or by visiting OCC's website at www.oaklandcc.edu.
The Flint Metro League continues to be a leader in the positive recognition of good sportsmanship, We have again asked every varsity coach to name the Flint Metro League opponent that showed the best sportsmanship during the recently concluded season. I am pleased to report that the following Broncho varsity teams were selected by opposing coaches as showing the BEST sportsmanship for the winter season of 2008-09:
Holly Area Schools and the Holly community can be very proud of our teams...congratulations!
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With the high school teachers using Microsoft Office to post documents, assignments and powerpoints; you can use Open Office to open any of these file formats.
Senior, Jake Hyde won the Division I Individual State Wrestling Championship in the 160 pound weight-class. Jake defeated Rockford's Jake Johnson (46-4) by a score of 3-2. Jake finishes the season with a record of 59-4. Congratulations to Jake!!!
Holly's last state champion was track athlete Rob Fiorillo in 2004. Our last state champion wrestler was Justin Torres in 1999.
Monday, March 9th
6:30pm - Fenton vs. Flint Southwestern Academy...FSW won the game.
8:00pm - Grand Blanc vs. Brandon...Grand Blanc won the game.
Wednesday, March 11th
6:30pm - Swartz Creek vs. Flint Southwestern Academy
8:00pm - Holly vs. Grand Blanc
Tickets will be sold from 9-11am and 1-3pm in the athletic office.
Friday, March 13th
7:00pm - District Championship
Tickets will be sold from 9-11am and 1-3pm in the athletic office.
Attend the games on Wednesday and Friday to support your Broncho boys!
Holly's Powerlifting Team finished in second place among over fifty teams at the Regional Meet in Fenton on February 28th. The Bronchos actually tied for first with two-time defending state champ Lake Orion, but were relegated to second due to a tie-breaker. Ten varsity lifters qualified for the state finals, which will take place at Whitmore Lake High School on March 21. The varsity qualifiers are Vince Grasso, Jake Albritton, Aaron Morehead, Anthony Reed, Dylan Runions, Zach Graves, Toby Casillas, Reggie Bowden, Shane Hegedus, and James Nichols. JV State qualifiers are Nick Vanlanduyt, Adam Schmeider, and Zack Coxen.
When: Saturday, March 14th 11:30am - 2:00 pm.
Where: Holly Lanes
Cost: $15 per person or $60.00 per five-person team.
This includes all you can bowl, shoes, pizza and pop as well as entry into a drawing for assorted door prizes.
Registration forms are available in the main office and the band room. The last day to register is Monday, March 9th. (Walk-in participants are welcome on the day of the event, but they are not guaranteed pizza and pop with their $15 admission) All proceeds benefit the Barber family. Come out, show your support, and get a chance to say "hi" to Danielle - she is planning to stop in for a short visit!
Good luck this spring!
Josh Haneline placed 12th out of 86 racers in boys slalom. For the girls, Maura Casey became our state championship qualifier with a 9th place finish in the giant slalom. Maura will represent Holly/Oxford at the STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS on Monday at Boyne Mountain.
- Strategic Plan Initiative
- Sole District Pilot
- In-Service - February 12, 2009
- Individual Teacher Web Pages
- Should eliminate Edline
- Looking to change systems to allow for automatic posting of grades and attendance