Welcome to Holloway Elementary School - home of the Hornets!

 
 
 Announcements
          
           
February Character Trait  - Cooperation
 2/21   HAP Night at Texas Roadhouse 
2/24    Kindergarten Outreach

            (kindergarten students ONLY do not attend
March Character Trait  - Perseverance
3/1      Early Dismissal/End of Trimester
3/2-3  Teacher Work Day/Training
3/9      Grade Cards Sent Home


Principal: Mr. William Renwand 
billrenwand@springfield-schools.org

School Doors Open at 8:15 AM
School Starts at 8:30 AM
Student Dismissal is at 3:00 PM
Fax:  419.867.5707

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Welcome to Holloway Elementary School

Holloway Elementary School works very hard to ensure that its mission,

"Learning today to prepare for tomorrow" can be seen every day throughout our building.  Holloway Hornets have high academic standards, as evidenced through our Ohio Department of Education ratings.  

We are very proud of the entire Holloway family - students, parents, faculty, and staff - for consistently being recognized for outstanding academic achievement.

Holland Elementary School is truly are committed to being exceptional - - without exception! 


Principal's Weekly Message

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Operation D.A.R.E.
Drug Abuse Resistance Education, (DARE), is in operation at Holloway Elementary School and in our other four Springfield elementary schools, too! Deputy Sheriff Brett T. Warner is the Lucas County Sheriff’s DARE Officer. Deputy Warner visits weekly with fifth grade students to present and discuss the DARE curriculum.

Holloway students in Mrs. Amstel’s, Mrs. Schira’s, Mrs. Tabler’s and Ms. Kallenberg’s classes are all participating in this nine-unit program to help increase their understanding of the problems associated with drug abuse and to practice making good decisions.

A series of “what should you do” and “what do you think” questions are posed on each of the many topics and discussions are held under the supervision of Deputy Warner and the classroom teacher. Each student completes a permission slip to participate in the program and receives a student workbook filled with scenarios and facts regarding drug abuse. At the conclusion of the program students write an essay reflecting on the program and the discussions. The over all focus is to help them, the student, to recognize and resist the pressures that may influence their decisions to experiment with drugs.

A daytime graduation program will be held on Monday, May 15, 2017 at 10 am in the Springfield High School auditorium. Exciting each year is the selection of a representative from each school to read their winning DARE essay at the graduation program. For more information on the program, visit the DARE website at www.dare.com.