Between now and November 1, we are asking all families to once again choose between face-to-face instruction at school OR online learning from home for the second half of the academic year.
Holland Language Academy and Holland West Elementary addressing minor inspection issues. Kitchens will continue to serve meals in a safe and healthy manner.
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Ottawa County's new daily cases are now at 142/million with a test positivity of 4.3%. Both of these indicators show a sustained community-wide spread of the virus and the importance of taking extra precautions with disease prevention to slow the spread of COVID-19.
...while safety remains our number one priority, we also acknowledge the important role schools serve for our broader community. Schools are vital in meeting the academic, social, emotional and physical wellbeing of students and families. We must do everything we can to keep schools safe and open.
- This week saw a jump in positive test results among students along with increases in the number of students and staff in quarantine or isolation.
- Holland High School will be listed among known COVID-19 outbreaks at K-12 schools
We've been celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with a series of video featuring Hispanic leaders in our community. Here's a look back at the stories we've heard.
This week Jason Craner from Holland Public Schools chats with a parent of a student in the Class of 2021 about how HPS has been right for her and her family.
When Yvette saw a need in her community for mental health services, she used her gifts, her education, and her desire to serve her people to provide a service that would not otherwise be available to them.
HHS, HEC, and HVRT are headed back to school on Tuesday.
On this week’s HPS Update, District Communications Director Jason Craner talks with 2 members of the Holland High Class of 2021.
The Holland Public Schools Board of Education met in study session on October 5, 2020 and reviewed the recent developments and tenants of our plan. As a result, Holland Public Schools will continue with ALL elements of the Return to Learn Plan adopted on August 6, 2020 and our Extended Continuity of Learning Plan submitted on August 1, 2020. This includes the continuation of wearing masks, practicing social distancing, and learner cohorting. All of these things work together to minimize the risk that students or staff will be exposed to COVID-19.