Each episode of the HPS Podcast airs live Wednesdays at 9:15 on WHTC, 1450AM & 99.7 FM
Superintendent Shanie Keelean makes her first appearance on WHTC's Talk of the Town with Gary Stevens.
On this week's HPS podcast we’ll get to know the NEW Superintendent of Holland Public Schools as she answers questions from students, parents and the community.
Dr. Brian Davis is spending his last few days in the Superintendent’s Office before retiring. On the Podcast this week, we talk with him about his time at Holland.
Taran McZee, Director of Equity and Inclusion, has some historical background into this important holiday and an invitation for the entire HPS community to celebrate!
Students at Holland Public Schools start their summer break this week, but the learning will continue all summer long! This week, we're talking about the summer programs being offered at HPS.
A Holland native is set to release a documentary film about the world of competitive swimming - and Holland High School plays a prominent role in the film. This week we talk with filmmaker Brian Tremml about The Water Is My Sky.
On this week's HPS Podcast, it's Student Senate President Diamante Balcazar's Commencement Address to the Class of 2021.
Members of the Class of 2021 share their memories, advice, and plans for the future!
Holland High School’s Vocal Dimensions are preparing for their annual spring concert on May 14th and 15th. This week, we're talking with a few members of the group and their Director, Sarah Malone about how this year’s show will be a little different than it has been in the past.
If approved by voters on May 4, BUILD 2021 would generate $74,650,000 for improvements across the District - including $9.4m for renovations at Holland High School.
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.
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.
If approved by voters on May 4, BUILD 2021 would generate $74,650,000 for improvements across the District - including brand new classrooms for students at West Elementary.
This week, we talk with Tyler Riley... He's building relationships with students and having a big impact!
If approved by voters on May 4, BUILD 2021 would generate $74,650,000 for improvements across the District - including about $6 million in projects at Jefferson Elementary.
School leaders from around the district talk about what the Build 2021 bond proposal would mean for their buildings and the community.
It’s been quite a year for students and staff at Holland Public Schools (well, for everyone really). This week, we talk with Matt Stolz, the district’s Associate Superintendent of School Improvement, about student achievement, testing, and summer school.
Holland Public Schools Administrative team has a new important member. Meet Taran McZee, our new Director of Equity and Inclusion.
In our final video celebrating Black History Month, we talked to several young women at Holland Middle School about the strong women who have influenced them!
Black History Month is the celebration of the history, culture, traditions and contributions of African Americans. All month, we will talk with HPS students about the people who have been an influence on their lives.
6th-Grader Andrew Andrlik talks about Author Jason Reynolds.