Press Release History
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Physical fitness event emphasizes district’s commitment to student health and well-being
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
Veteran educator Joel Smith to continue school’s commitment to preparing Bronchos for success, jobs of tomorrow
Oakley to serve high school students’ social, emotional needs this fall. Read more in this Tri-County Times article.
Holly High School is welcoming a new furry staff member to help with students' social and emotional needs when classes resume in the fall. The school now has brought in Oakley, a black Labrador retriever that will serve as the school's therapy dog beginning next school year. Read more in this ABC12 article.
Oakley, the district’s new four-legged staff member, to report for duty at Holly High School in the fall
Read more in this Mid-Michigan Now article.
District teachers, support staff play key role in preparing Bronchos for success, in-demand careers
Hiring of Village of Holly Police Officer Matthew Patercsak to help district build on existing safety, security efforts
Professional Trades and Apprenticeship Open House provides inside look at lucrative skilled trades opportunities
Team Hollywood Robotics, Holly High School’s robotics team, competed alongside 640 student robotics teams from around the globe — and held their own — at last week’s FIRST Robotics World Championship in Houston. View details in this TriCounty Times article.
Team Hollywood Robotics competes at FIRST Robotics World Championship in Houston April 19-22
American Heart Association challenge inspires students to help others, make healthy choices
Participation in prestigious band program latest example of the role fine arts play in a well-rounded education at Holly Area Schools
Kudos to our Davisburg Bronchos for showing Michigan lawmakers what STEM is all about! Four Davisburg fifth-graders discussed their LEGO education official robots at the Dec. 7 event at the Michigan Capitol. Learn more in this Oakland Press article.