District News and Announcements
What's Happening in Holly Area Schools
Physical fitness event emphasizes district’s commitment to student health and well-being
Dear Holly Area Schools Families,
At Holly Area Schools, we are committed to providing a world-class learning environment that helps our Bronchos learn, grow and thrive. We would like to share the following news with you regarding changes to our administration team to officially take place on Monday, December 4th.
Band’s stellar season demonstrates district’s commitment to fine arts as part of a well-rounded education
League partner Detroit Lions honors lady Bronchos for efforts during this fall’s ‘Women in Football’ celebration
You may have noticed exciting changes happening at the Karl Richter Campus as construction/site work is underway in preparation for the future home of the new Holly Middle School.
One of the biggest changes that visitors will soon notice is the demo of over half of the north parking lot in front of the district offices. This is one of the phases of the ongoing site work.
Parents and visitors to the district offices will continue to use the parking spots in front of the administration offices. If there is a need for additional overflow parking, spaces will also be available to the west of the building at the new tennis courts.
Thank you for your continued support.
Dear Families of Holly Area Schools,
This is an update for parents/guardians of students riding school buses to and from school. The nationwide shortage of qualified school bus drivers as continued into the 2023 – 2024 school year. Many districts throughout Michigan have also been impacted by this unfortunate reality.
Applications are now available from Holly Area Youth Assistance for the 2023 Jacobsen-Quinn Toy Project. This Project has been an annual event in our community since 1982. The program is funded by individuals, businesses, churches, and civic organizations who donate toys and/or money to this project.
Please visit the HAYA webpage for more details and to download the application.
The school cafeteria is often one of the first places a child gets to taste and learn about foods from outside their family’s recipes or traditional cultural dishes. Highlighting the unique ingredients and authentic flavors from cuisines around the world, Chartwells K12 is launching a new program called Global Eats!
The link below contains information regarding post-graduation opportunities and resources.
Post-Graduation Planning Resources
Dear Davisburg Elementary Families,
As you know, the Davisburg Elementary Meet and Greet/Open House had to be delayed due to A Wing construction. We appreciate your patience and understanding with the
unforeseen situation. Although construction and repair is still taking place, I am very excited to announce that a rescheduled date has been determined: Davisburg Elementary Open House is Wednesday, September 13th from 5:00-6:30.