Welcome to Holland Elementary School-home of the Hawks!
           Principal: Mrs. Hilary Steinmiller

School Doors Open at 8:45 AM 
School Starts at 9:00 AM
Student Dismissal is at 3:30 PM
Fax:  419.867.5738
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Character Trait of the Month
Perseverance - Wear Gray! 

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Welcome to Holland Elementary School, where our mission "We commit to work as a collaborative team to provide a safe, positive learning environment; to develop motivated and well-behaved students; to promote strong leadership and innovative learning; to set and achieve high academic standards; and encourage families to be committed to this effort as well" – is visible each day throughout our school.

It is important to reflect that Holland Elementary School has consistently maintained high academic standards thanks to the dedication of our faculty to help each student perform to his/her highest academic and personal potential!

Here is a little school history – first, Holland serves students in kindergarten through grade five and houses both the very first classrooms to provide education to Holland/Springfield

students and some of the newest classrooms in the school district!  The school's rich history, combined with state-of-the-art technology, innovative instruction and high expectations make it possible for all students to enjoy their time at school! 

Students delight in sharing stories of events and activities with friends, neighbors and even television personalities like Kristian Brown from 13 ABC! (see photo to the right!)

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Mrs. Hilary Steinmiller

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Art Class Monster Collaboration!
Students in Holland Elementary School's  5th Grade Art classes have been hard at work completing a collaborative piece with the Springfield High School ceramic students.

The 5th grade students drew and created monsters; then the high school ceramic students chose a monster and replicated it in a three-dimensional form. This has been a very exciting project, not only because it was collaboration between grade levels, but also across buildings.

While the artwork created was one part of it, Holland Elementary students learned a valuable lesson in teamwork as well. By working together, elementary and high school students networked their individualized talents and strengths to see a project from paper/pencil creation to a final 3-D product. 

In the words of Helen Keller, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”