Welcome To Holton High School
High School Daily Announcements
Friday, May 14, 2021
PROM: Juniors and Seniors, PROM, Tomorrow, May 15th. Covid Antigen testing for those that missed the morning testing. There will be more testing TODAY during high school lunch 11:45-12:20pm. There will also be Antigen testing before prom starting at 7:45pm. READ your updated Email about Prom from Mrs. Schulz. Please email Mrs. Schulz or Mrs. Thompson if you have questions. Necessary forms are located in the office. NO tickets will be sold at the door!!!!
SENIORS: All library books are due by May14th. Thank you Mrs. Frederick!
HS STUDENT COUNCIL: The HS Student Council is taking new applications for the 2021/22 school year. Applications are available in the office see Mrs. Goyings. Application Deadline May 17th. Current Members MUST fill out a new Student Council Contract.
ALL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS: If you have failed 3 or more classes and haven't made them up, you might want to consider our summer credit recovery program. It cannot be used for electives or to move ahead; only to retake a failed course. For more information and to sign up, click the link. Credit Recovery Summer 2021
FOOTBALL MEETING 6-11 GRADERS: There will be a football meeting on Monday, 5/17 at 2:00 PM in the cafeteria. Any 6-11 graders that are interested should plan on attending. Coach Smith will be in attendance to go over the summer schedule. If you cannot attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a summer calendar.
GIRLS BASKETBALL: ATTENTION ALL 6-11 GRADE GIRLS: There will be open gyms on Sundays from 5:30-7:00 at the MS/HS Gym. We will be having them until the end of the school year. If you have any questions, contact Mr. Hudson at email@example.com
SOPHOMORES & JUNIORS: Dual Enrollment classes are filling up! Even though MCC classes don't start until fall, your request forms are due now. If you want to do a dual class in the fall, get them to Mrs. Wolfe today. Dual Information & Links
GRADE 6 - 11 - LIBRARY BOOKS: All Library books are due by May 20th. Thank you Mrs. Frederick!
WANT A JOB THAT PAYS well above MINIMUM WAGE? Then a summer job at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp is just for YOU! We have many food service opportunities available in our air-conditioned facility serving our 800 summer campers per session. The starting pay is $12.00 per hour-- working towards 40 hours per week--- with meals and a uniform provided with both morning and evening shifts available. $200 end of season bonus. Positions are available from June 15 through August 19. You must be 18 by June 1, to apply. Blue Lake is located east of Michigan Adventure. To apply, go to http://bluelake.org/jobs(staff jobs), hurry as our spots are filling up. If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org . Hope to see you at Blue Lake this summer!
COLLEGE ADVISOR: Hayley Smalec
MATH TUTORIAL: After School Math Tutorial will be available to all Middle School and High School students on Monday's and Thursday's from 3:15 - 4:15. Math Links: Monday: Monday Math Tutorial Link Thursday: Thursday Math Tutorial Link
HS & MS Students:
Do you like to solve interesting and challenging problems?
Do you like to be creative and work with others?
Do you like to work on projects that make a difference?
Do you want to earn a good salary and enjoy job flexibility?
Do you want to help others and change the world? -N.A.P.E.
A career in a STEM field might be right for you! STEM careers are careers that interconnect the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
Some STEM careers include:
Computer Hardware Engineer
-To learn more about specific careers in STEM
-To see Career Videos
-To see careers with local employers
Interested in Upcoming Events?
DID YOU KNOW-there are helpful tips to help you prepare for an interview?
To learn more, check out the link: DID YOU KNOW 5-10-21
If you have any questions-
Michelle Kuck, MAISD Career Specialist supporting Holtonemail@example.com
STUDENTS THAT ARE DRIVING TO SCHOOL: MUST have a parking PERMIT! Permits are available in the office, please see Mrs. Goyings. PERMITS are $1 dollar and are REQUIRED for all students who drive to school.
EMAIL: Students should check their school emails each day. This is a primary form of communication and one of the best ways to get information.
REMINDER: All students need to have their parents update their demographic information in Powerschool. Emergency cards & paper forms will not be sent home so it is very important that information & forms are updated and completed in Powerschool. Login to Parent/Portal at https://ps-ho.muskegonisd.org/public/ Contact our building secretaries if you need a new Parent/Portal letter for login instructions. Once you login, go to Demographic Update (lower left of the screen) and Complete Steps to update current information and complete all the forms (Handbook, concussion, media consent etc.). Be sure to include an email address! Click Submit once completed.
Important information is available on the Districts Main Page:http://www.holtonschools.com
PLEASE CHECK FREQUENTLY just click on the News Link or the Facebook Link for all updated information.
MS/HS - Office Hours Monday- Friday from 7am to 3:30 pm.
MS/HS - Start Time: 8am & End Time: 2:15pm Monday - Friday
HS - Denise Goyings, Phone: #231-821-1726
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Prom 8:00 PM to 10:30 PMPromDate: May 15Time: 8:00 PM to 10:30 PMLocation: Holton High School - OutsideCalendar: High School
Decision Day 1:00 PM to 2:30 PMDecision DayDate: May 18Time: 1:00 PM to 2:30 PMCalendar: High School
Senior Awards Night 7:00 AM to 9:00 PMSenior Awards NightDate: May 19Time: 7:00 AM to 9:00 PMLocation: HS/MS GymCalendar: High School
Kindergarten Round-Up 5:00 PM to 7:00 PMKindergarten Round-UpDate: May 20Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PMLocation: Elementary SchoolCalendar: District
School Board Meeting 7:00 PM to 8:00 PMSchool Board MeetingDate: May 24Time: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PMCalendar: District