HS

announcements

FRIDAY, MAY 27, 2016

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE: “CLASS OF 2016”

FYI: GRADUATION Wednesday, June 1st at 7pm at Red Devil Stadium.

HANDS ACROSS HOLTON:  Can food drive for the Holton Community Center has begun!!  The winning PRIDE team in the MS and HS will get a pizza party!  Deadline is TODAY May 27th.

ATTENTION SENIORS: With graduation quickly approaching, we want to remind you that all of a student’s fines must be paid before being issued a diploma. Student fines range from library books, senior class shirts, sports equipment, fundraising funds, yearbook balances and textbooks. You will be issued a letter if you owe any fines! Any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Olson at bolson@holton.k12.mi.us or at 231-821-1945. Fines can be paid in the office with Mrs. Goyings.

LIBRARY BOOKS:  If you have not returned your library book, do it NOW.  All books are due TODAY, Friday the 27th. 

ATTENTION SENIORS: If you would like to purchase your Career Pathway Cords please give Mrs. Thompson $7 by Graduation. If you are choosing not to purchase them, they must be returned in the library following the Graduation ceremony (when you pick up your diplomas). If you have any questions, please ask Mrs. Thompson or Mrs. Olson. Thank you! 

Volleyball Sign-ups:  Girls in 9th, 10th and 11th grade interested in playing volleyball in the 2016 fall season please sign the sign-up sheets located on Mrs. Younts' classroom door(room 102) and plan on attending an informational meeting on TODAY Friday May 27th during PRIDE time in the library.

Students who have failed multiple courses and are more than a couple of classes behind should consider doing Credit Recovery courses this summer. The deadline to register and pay is Friday, June 3rd, 2016. Brochures are available in the high school office. If you have questions, please see Mrs. Wolfe.

SUMMER JOBS:

Michigan Adventure: Your summer job can also be your summer fun! You just need to work at Michigan’s Adventure. With positions including lifeguard, merchandise, foods, rides and games, you can spend all summer making new friends, making people smile, making memories, and making some extra cash. Plus there’s flexible scheduling and unlimited visits to the all the coasters and slides you can handle, all summer long. So if you’re 16 or older, apply online today at MI adventure dot com or visit your counselor for more details.

Volunteers Needed! The Lakeshore Museum Center: is looking for energetic and responsible high school students ages 16 and up to act as counselors for the museum’s free annual summer day camp, Enviroworks. This popular program includes activities and experiments in both history and science to make learning fun for area children.  The counselors are responsible for helping the children, ages 6-11, with the experiments, guiding them through the activities at various Museum sites, and enhancing the children’s learning.

We believe this is a wonderful opportunity for students to interact with the community and to give area children a memorable experience at the Museum. Any students interested may call the Program Manager, Jackie Huss, at (231) 724-5526, or email her at jackie@lakeshoremuseum.org, with questions or to sign up for one or both sessions. 

BLUE LAKE FINE ARTS CAMP: As one of the largest seasonal employers in West Michigan, Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp is currently seeking candidates for positions in Production, Camp Store, Snack Bar, and Food Service for the 2016 summer season.

Seasonal jobs include entry level and leadership positions up to 40 hours per week. Ideal candidates are enthusiastic, positive, hard-working, and willing to learn.

This is an exceptional opportunity for resume-building experience. Candidates must be 18 years old by June first, and Blue Lake is an equal opportunity employer.

More information and application materials can be located online at: www.bluelake.org/jobs. Flyers for our camp store, snack bar, and food service positions can be printed from here. Feel free to contact us for more information at 800-221-3796.