Monday, September 18 - Fall Picture Day

Monday, October 2 - No School for Elementary Students Only

Monday, October 9-11 - Fall Book Fair

Wednesday, October 11 - 5:00-8:00 Parent Teacher Conferences

Thursday, October 12 - Early Release - Students leave at 1:00

Friday, October 13 - No School for All Students - Teacher Inservice Day

Friday, October 20 - End of 1st Nine Weeks

Tuesday, October 24 - 3rd Grade State Reading Test

Wednesday, October 25 - 3rd Grade State Reading Test

Friday, October 27 - Halloween Parties - Costumes must be school appropriate - No weapons 2:00 - Weather permitting, we will have the parade outside on the playground.

Respect, Responsibility, and Safety Brick Signing

Each week students are selected to be recognized for demonstrating one or more of our Holden expectations.  These students are shared on morning announcements.  Each student is able to sign a brick in the hallway that represents the expectation they demonstrated that week.  The following students were recognized this week and signed a brick in the hallway.

RESPECT: Yasmina Elbahansawy, Amaya Watson,Harper Herrera, Inara Gaglione, Kayden Boyd, Athena Edvon, Ava Meade, Ariel Whelchel, Arielle Porter, Marius Butler, Owen Biltz, Hunter Schuman, Serenity Upshaw and Leona Herron

RESPONSIBILITY: Vivienne Lattur-Bowen, Carter Jeffries, Leeland Swaboda, Callie Culton, Lay’la Burrel, Jacob Freeman, Miriam Gardner, Trinity Miranda, Quinton Thomas, Silas Wells, Tim Haney, Jynesis Bankston, and Layan AlRamadhan

SAFETY: Isaiah Lowe, Xyria Stokes Brown, Sienna Kiser, Arthur Eaves, Kennedy Williams, Mikayla Bulman, Charlie Winning and Kayden Boyd

Kindness Letters

I would like to thank the students listed below for the kindness that they have shown last week. I appreciate them being kind to others and helping others out. They are leading by example.

King Berry, for cleaning up another student's toys while they were helping someone else.

Isaac Soyars, for helping a kindergarten student find their way back to class.

KayLynne Manning, for making a student in her class feel better because they were alone.

Jayden Lloyd, for helping to clean up the classroom and noticing blocks under a student's desk and picking them up. 

Gannon Gaglione, for volunteering to help a student with their classwork who was confused.

Isaiah Lusk, for bringing a student's lunch to the clinic so their lunch would not get thrown away and checking on the student who was hurt.