2022 COVID-19 Information


Mask Medical Exemption for Students Procedure

In order for a student who is age 2 or older to be exempt from wearing a mask due to medical reasons, HAS will require parents to have their child’s doctor (MD or DO, as required by Emergency Order 2021-1), complete and return the district’s HAS Student Face Covering Exempt Request form.  Please follow the procedures outlined below for the consideration of medical exemption:

  • Once a parent has expressed concern for their child wearing a mask to school due to medical reasons, the building principal, administrative assistant, or central office administrative assistant will direct the parent to the HAS Student Mask Exempt Form on our website. 
  • The form will be returned to the Student Services Office, to Mrs. Lauria/Mrs. Stevens
    • If additional information is needed from the physician for the request to be determined, a Release of Information will be completed by the parent.
  • Once the exemption request has been reviewed, the building principal will contact the parent.

Student Mask Medical Exemption Request Form


Holly Schools Virtual Learning 2021-2022

*** Please note that the window to apply for virtual learning has closed ***

Thank you for your interest in Virtual Learning with Holly Schools. 

As a partner in your child’s education, it is important to support your family's need for learning options. At the same time it is also important that we ensure that all Holly students have the opportunity to grow, develop and thrive within their learning environment. While we understand that the current situation may be a difficult one, we have seen that some students find great success in virtual learning, and others do not. It is the goal of Holly Schools to work with each of our families to identify a learning path that best supports each student’s learning needs. 

We are happy to offer a virtual learning option for those students who have shown that they can be successful through this mode. In order for the school district to appropriately staff classrooms, assign virtual mentors, and comply with the Michigan Department of Education pupil accounting guidelines, enrollment into our virtual program is a one (1) semester commitment. Semester 1 will end on January 19, 2022. Those students who are accepted into the virtual program, will be contacted in early December regarding their decision to continue with virtual learning or return to In-person learning for the second semester. There will be NO opportunity to return to In-Person learning until January 20, 2022. 

The district will be accepting applications for 1st semester virtual learning enrollment via this Application linkApplications will be accepted until 12:00 pm on Monday, August 30, 2021. Applications will be reviewed and families will be notified by Wednesday, September 1, 2021 as to the status of their application. 

Admittance into the Virtual Learning Program will be subject to several factors, such as previous virtual learning performance, attendance, a signed agreement to the terms below, program capacity limits.

  • Students require an ability to use technology for learning
  • A signed Letter of Intent indicating an understanding of the responsibility for ensuring their student fully participates in their academic program in its entirety. 
  • Virtual learning requires active involvement from parents to ensure students participate daily and maintain a pace that will allow them to successfully complete the course on time.
  • Successful students require daily supervision from parents. 
  • Students agree to participate in regular check-ins with their Teacher Mentor as scheduled.
  • Students agree to complete 1 assignment in each of their 6 courses on Wednesday, October 6, 2021.
  • Students must agree to update his/her Educational Development Plan on a yearly basis. The EDP is a document showing a student's educational and career goals and how they plan to achieve those goals. 
  • Parents agree that their students will participate fully in grade level state and local assessments including, but not limited to M-Step, PSAT and i-Ready. Some of these assessments may be required to be completed In-person.
  • Parents understand and agree to Virtual learning for the entire semester.

** If a virtual student does not fully participate in the program they may not be allowed to continue for additional semesters. 

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