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Join the fun and sign up for one of the fastest growing co-ed sports in the nation! MBJA happily invites all students in grades 7-12 to participate in our after school practices and regional racing events. Prior sailing or racing experience is not required!
Ready for School will host a Kindergarten Readiness Camp July 5-31.
Upcoming opportunities for input on important issues facing the district.
Important information for parents or guardians of student’s eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch.
- Students in grades 9-12 will be remote for two weeks through April 22.
- Students in grades PreK-8 will return to school for in-person learning on Monday, April 12.
Vaccine clinics available for 16- and 17-year-old students AND where Spring Break travelers can go for a COVID test.
Three Holland High students will be featured in a documentary about first-generation college students overcoming the ups and downs of the global pandemic. On this week's podcast we talk with Cynthia Martinez, the producer of First Voice Generation.
The Holland Public Schools Board of Education is seeking input on the hiring of a new superintendent. The survey below is being administered by the MASB Executive Search team and takes about ten minutes to complete.
There is a new project at Holland Public Schools to provide menstrual health products to students. This week, we are talking to the organizers of the Period Project.
The Holland Area Arts Council is having some super fun art camps this summer for elementary and middle school friends! The camps cover everything from drawing to jewelry to painting! They are offering a variety of camps for all ages and there are scholarships available if needed. All camps will be carried out in a COVID-safe manner. Check out the flyer for information on how to sign up and full class descriptions are on our website! We can't wait to get back to creating art!
This year all of the HPS PTO’s are joining together to support our K-8 students and their enthusiasm for reading.
This is our ONE AND ONLY fundraiser for the 2020-2021 school year. Please help us make it a success!
The Holland Youth Advisory Council (HYAC) held a book drive to benefit the students of Jefferson. Tuesday, they dropped off over 900 gently used books! Some books will go in the school library, some will go in classroom libraries, and some books will be given to the students at Jefferson to take home and add to their home library!
Thank you HYAC!
Wednesday, March 17, 6:30-7:30pm
ExploreHope provides over 50 fun-filled educational camps for grades K–12.