Students Celebrate Deaf History Month
Students in Ms McFarland's K class learned this poem in ASL for Deaf History Month.
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HMS Students win a visit from Polar Patrol for reading the most minutes.
- District Minutes Read: 300,646 (last year was 257, 259)
- District Donations: $28,631 (last year was $28, 416)
From supporting our teachers to funding field trips and special classroom projects, the PTO does so much for our schools. Their annual Read-A-Thon is the biggest fundraiser in the year. Please consider making a donation!
For parents, students, community members, and beyond! This opportunity is for all who want to improve communication and a language rich environment for their child, peer, student or within the community.
- Wednesdays, March 1 - May 31, 7-8p
With one more week to go, Holland Middle School has taken the lead with the most minutes read during our Read-A-Thon.
- Students have read almost 175,000 minutes since the start of the Read-a-thon!
- Students have raised more than $24,000 for the PTO
Kooper Schipper (Grade 5 | West - Hildebrand) made it into the Michigan Art Education Association's top 100 art show. His art will be on display in Ann Arbor during the MAEA show March 12-April 17.
Dig in to School Breakfast
Celebrate National School Breakfast Week with special menus each morning to BUILD a great FOUNDATION for your day!
Our goal for the week is to promote school breakfast as a nutritious & healthy way for students to build their day and increase the student participation! The average number of students served, district wide, is 688 students per day. We'd love to serve more students, especially since breakfast is free for all students!