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Pandemic EBT logo The Pandemic-EBT (P-EBT) Program gives food benefits to families with children who were not able to get free or reduced-price school meals due to COVID.

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) issues P-EBT benefits based on:

  • How each school building reports their eligibility
  • How most of the students attend school during the month 

View the Student Exception Announcements for buildings with eligible students

 

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Temporary Shift to Virtual Learning HMS & HHS

Jan. 12, 2022

Dear Parents and Staff of Holly Area Schools,

I am sending this communication to update our families on the situation we are currently facing with student and staff absences. This has been a difficult week for families and staff as we have experienced a significant increase in COVID-related absences, with the greatest numbers at the high school and middle school.

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Updated COVID-19 Guidance

January 11, 2022

Dear Families of Holly Area Schools,

Based on guidance just updated today from the Oakland County Health Division, the timeline for isolation due to a positive COVID case has been reduced to five (5) days. This change means that any students who test positive for COVID must only isolate for five days after symptom onset or test date, as long as symptoms are improving and they have been fever-free for 24 hours with no medication. To clarify, day one of isolation is the first day AFTER symptom onset or test date. Individuals may return to school on day six.  (See OCHD Updated Isolation-Quarantine Guidance)

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Letter to Families

Jan. 7, 2022

Dear Parents and Staff of Holly Area Schools,

Happy New Year to all of our Broncho students, families and staff!

We look forward to a successful 2022 filled with many great accomplishments for all Bronchos. As we start the new year, we remain committed to providing a high-quality education that prepares all Bronchos for success and promoting a culture of kindness, compassion and respect that encourages #BronchoPride before, during and after school.

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Secure Mode Announcement

January 7, 2022

Dear Parents and Staff of Holly Area Schools,

The safety of our students, families and staff is our number one priority.

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Holiday Letter

December 17, 2021

Dear Broncho students, families and staff,

I want to personally wish you the very happiest of holiday seasons as we head into the break. I hope you take this opportunity to spend time with your families, friends and fellow Bronchos as we celebrate this special time of year in our community and beyond.

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Early On Michigan Project Find / Child FInd - Project Find is devoted to helping individuals, parents, and people who work with families (known as primary referral sources), to connect with the special educational services that may be needed. In Michigan, eligible children, youth, and young adults may receive special educational services from birth through 25 years of age. Project Find Michigan is part of the child find component of the IDEA. For Birth to 3 yrs, contact the Early On Referral Specialist at 248 209-2084. For Ages 3 to 26 yrs call Holly Area Schools Special Services at 248-328-3170.

HAS Quick Facts

#1 HHS Bands consistently earn superior ratings at competitions and festivals
$15,000 in training dollars so far from the Project Aware Grant which supports social-emotional learning and mental health services in our community.
$3.9 Million in scholarship offers were made to the graduating class of 2017
100% Certified Teachers and Administrative Staff
1st HMS is Michigan's 1st Leader in Me Lighthouse Middle School. Holly Elementary is also a Leader in Me school!
36% of HHS students participate in Advanced Placement (AP) courses
50% of 7th - 12th grade students participated in athletic programs this year
60+ professionals and community leaders present annually at our HMS Career Day
82% of 8th graders are taking at least 1 course for high school credit (on average)
9 out of 10 people believe that Holly Area Schools provides a safe and supportive learning environment (2017 AdvancED Survey Data)
AdvancED Accreditation HAS earned district wide accreditation in the 2016-2017 school year
LIFT Award winning program for students supporting peers on the Autism Spectrum

Site Map / Accessibility Assistance Request / Intellectual Property Statement

Can't find what you are looking for?  View the site map.

If you experience difficulty with the accessibility of any web pages or documents on the Holly Area Schools district and/or school webpages, please complete an Accessibility Assistance Request.

For additional information, please fill out the Contact Us form or email hasinfo@hask12.org

Link to the Holly Area Schools Intellectual Property Statement.