Return to Learn

HAS Student Device Repair Process

Temporary Tech Office Hours at the Karl Richter Campus to prepare for In-Person Instruction (Note:  tickets are still required for the technology staff to repair equipment):

Below are steps that families should take if their student's device is not functioning properly and a repair may be needed.

(1)  Create a technology ticket, There are three ways to contact the service desk to create a ticket:
   a. Log into the service desk system to create a ticket or,
   b. Send an email message to or,
   c. Call 248.209.2060
   ●  A Parent must create a ticket for all Y5-8th grade students
   ●  Students in 9th-12th grades may create tickets or have parents create tickets for them.

(2)  If the Service Desk is unable to fix the issue, you will be directed to drop the device off at the main office in the building where your student is enrolled.

(3)  If your device needs to be sent out for repair your student will be offered a loaner device for those who qualify and while supplies last.

If your device needs to be sent out for repair we may be able to provide a Loaner device  if:

  • You have insured your students device.
  • If not insured, you pay the $25 repair evaluation fee
    • You can make the payment onsite with either E-funds or pay with a check made payable to Holly Area School district. A receipt will be provided upon payment.

Note:  If your student receives a loaner device, they will be expected to return the loaner device once their device is repaired. You will be notified via email through the ticketing system and or email directly.

If you have further questions, you are always welcome to contact your school office for additional support.


District Meal Distribution

With the return to In-Person Learning, Virtual Learning students will still have the opportunity to access free meals for children 18 and younger (or 26 and under with a disability) at the locations listed below.  Families will receive seven (7) breakfasts and seven (7) lunches.

New Schedule Beginning Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Distribution on Wednesdays Only

Rose Pioneer Elementary
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
7110 Milford Road, Holly MI

Holly High School
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
6161 E. Holly Road, Holly MI


Revised Elementary Breakfast Distribution

Students will be given the opportunity to receive Grab & Go Breakfast each day.  On Fridays, students will receive three (3) breakfasts and two (2) lunches.

If a student misses days at school, they will have the opportunity to receive meals during their absence.  These meals will be available on Wednesdays at the locations and times listed above.


Transportation Safety

Transportation Safety Procedures and Expectations
Video DocumentTransportation Video Direct Link

Student Login information

PDF DocumentInstructions for Accessing Clever and Schoology

Please contact your student's main office for school login information.

For Technology Assistance, please view our Technology Device Information page

Parent Schoology Guide

PDF DocumentHAS Parent Schoology Guide

Google DocSchoology Information for Parents, Guardians, and Students

External LinkParent Schoology Webpage


Extended COVID-19 Learning Plan

PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan - September 2020
PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan - October 2020
PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan - November 2020
PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan - December 2020
PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan - January 2021
PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan - February 2021
PDF DocumentExtended COVID-19 Learning Plan - March 2021

PDF DocumentHolly Area Schools COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan

PDF DocumentMI Safe Schools Roadmap
External LinkReturn to Learn Advisory Council

Two-Way Interaction Rates

Week 1:  August 31st - September 4th = 94.91%
Week 2:  September 7th - 11th = 94.64%
Week 3:  September 14th - 18th = 96.28%
Week 4: September 21st - 25th = 95.28%
Week 5: September 28th - October 2nd = 95.07
Week 6: October 5th - October 9th = 95.30%
Week 7: October 12th - October 16th = 94.59%
Week 8: October 19th - October 23rd = 93.66%
Week 9: October 26th - October 30th = 94.02%
Week 10: November 2nd - November 6th = 91.90%
Week 11: November 9th - November 13th = 94.45%
Week 12: November 16th - November 20th = 90.66%
Week 13: November 23rd - November 27th = 90.59%
Week 14: November 30th - December 4th = 93.80%
Week 15: December 7th - December 11th = 93.05%
Week 16: December 14th - December 18th = 92.43%
Week 17: January 4th - January 8th = 92.2%
Week 18: January 11th - January 15th = 92.27%
Week 19: January 19th - January 22nd = 91.97%
Week 20: January 25th - January 29th = 92.87%
Week 21: February 1st - February 5th = 93.56%
Week 22: February 8th - February 12th = 96.87%
Week 23: February 18th - February 19th = 91.58%
Week 24: February 22nd - February 26th = 94.35%
Week 25: March 1st - March 5th = 94.98%
Week 26: March 8th - March 12th = 95.27%
Week 27: March 15th - March 18th = 94.03%
Week 28: March 22nd - March 26th = 94.32%





Our district’s Return to Learn plan provides parents with a choice to decide what works best for their family. We recognize that not every family’s needs are the same. There are two comprehensive options in our district’s Return to Learn Plan.  All plans will be contingent on the realities we are facing in August. We will continue to take guidance from the State of Michigan, Oakland County Health Division, and the Centers for Disease Control to best support the health and safety of our students and employees.

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HAS In-Person Learning

In-person teaching and learning will occur five full-days of instruction a week if we are in Phase 4 or 5 of the MI Safe Start Plan. While this will look different from traditional school in order to meet safety standards, it is our intention to return students to classroom routines that are as close to the traditional model as possible.


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HAS 100% Virtual Learning

Knowing not all families will be comfortable returning to school in-person, Holly Area Schools proudly offers a 100% virtual online learning program for students in Grades Y5 -12. This program will look and feel very different from the Holly@Home distance learning program experienced this past Spring. With time to plan and provide training for staff, we are able to offer a much more comprehensive online program. This will be a strong option for families who are not comfortable returning to school buildings.


Our Return to Learn plan was designed with a priority on safety and quality academics. Our Holly Area Schools teachers will be teaching from the same curriculum, with aligned pacing, standards and outcomes for our students. Teachers and students will use one platform (Schoology) regardless of how or where instruction is being delivered. 

If we remain in Phase 4, In-Person Learning will follow the requirements outlined in the Michigan Return to School Roadmap. While we want to make the in-school experience as close to typical as possible, students and parents must know and understand that the health and safety of our students and staff will result in significant changes to the school day.


Whether your family chooses in-person instruction or the 100% virtual option, we are thrilled to share that our new 1:1 technology program provides all Broncho students with a district-owned device for the 2020-2021 school year. 



Please keep in mind that should Michigan move from Phase 4 back to Phase 1, 2 or 3 due to a resurgence of the virus, it is possible that the Governor will direct all Michigan schools to move to online learning for all students for a period of time. Because our teachers will use our new Learning Management System, Schoology, to facilitate teaching and learning, and all students have access to a 1:1 device, Holly Area Schools will be prepared to provide teaching and learning in this transition.

We will continue to take guidance from the State of Michigan, Oakland County Health Division, and the Centers for Disease Control to best support the health and safety of our students and employees. We also work in close collaboration with many of our partner school districts across Oakland County.

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Holly Area Schools Schools created this FAQ to address common questions from students, parents/guardians and community members regarding the Return to Learn plan for the 2020-21 School Year. 

HAS understands that as families review their learning options for the fall, each family may have their own unique situation that may lead to individual questions. In an effort to support the needs of everyone, we will use the following form to gather those questions:

HAS Return to Learn Family Questions.



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Return to Learn Communications

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