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Student Services/Guidance Office: 517-694-2116
Main Office: 517-699-0294
General HS Fax: 517-699-3451
Athletic Office: 517-694-2383
Athletic Fax: 517-699-3439
Theater/Facilities Rental Office: 517-699-6439
NORTH CAMPUS (NC) grade 12
5780 W. Holt Rd., Holt MI 48842
for 12th grade students
Asst. Principal - Ann Coe - email@example.com
NC Attendance/Discipline Office: 517-694-4370
North Campus Fax: 517-694-8362
MAIN CAMPUS (MC) grades 9 - 11
5885 W. Holt Rd., Holt MI 48842
for 9th-11th grade students
Christopher Billingslea - firstname.lastname@example.org
Nick Johnson - email@example.com
Attendance/Discipline Office: 517-694-3446
Attendance Office Fax: 517-694-2044
Driving Directions to Holt HS
The building is open from 7:00am - 3:30pm during school days.
Students in the building during off-hours need to be with a teacher, coach, club
or in the student success area where they are studying.
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Class of 2015
2016 SENIOR YEARBOOK PICTURE SPECIFICATIONS -
· It is the parents/students responsibility to inform your senior photographer of the following yearbook requirements.
Please adhere to the following specifications. Most area studios are familiar with these requirements and can help with the selection of an appropriate portrait. If a student’s photo does not meet the following requirements, his/her photo will not be placed in the senior section of the yearbook.
1. One wallet-size copy of your picture must be received NO LATER THAN Friday, October 16 at 2:30 p.m. on either a disk (CD) as a high-resolution JPEG or TIFF image (300 resolution), as an email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org (300 jpeg dpi resolution), or as a high quality hard copy delivered to room E221 or W217 on school days before 3:00pm. Most large studios will send photos for all students directly to the school. Be aware that photos taken with digital cameras and printed on photo paper using an at-home printer are not of sufficient quality for the yearbook. Photos taken on digital cameras should be placed on a disk and submitted digitally. The deadline is based on the school’s contract for color printing with the publisher. Late photos will be accepted until Friday, October 23, 2015 at 2:35 p.m. for a processing fee of $25.00 per photo. The yearbook staff will not accept any photos turned in after 2:35 p.m. on Oct. 23, 2015.
2. Plain, single color, non-white background (no outdoor shots or bright patterns will be accepted; no background that includes trees or water).
3. Must be a traditional straight on, head and shoulder shot (no over-the-shoulder poses; no hands in photo; no soft-focus; no cameo finish; no special props, scenes, or outdoor poses.)
4. Must be turned in by the deadline to be in the senior section of the yearbook.
5. Photos are accepted as hard copy or in high resolution TIFF or JPEG format on CD or email.
The yearbook advisor reserves the right to reject publication of any photo not meeting these requirements or HHS dress code requirements. Questions should be directed to Ms. Michelle Fulton, Yearbook Advisor, at email@example.com.
DATE of Friday, October 16, 2015 by 2:30 p.m. must be met
Holt High School Information
FAMILY ACCESS Info
CTE Non-Discrimination Statement
HHS Student Website - updated by Web Publishing students as they learn.
School Bell Schedule
Parent Information & Ideas
Science Olympiad link
Website linkfrom WebPublishing Class = Holt HS
On most school days a study hall and student success period are held in the library at the main campus from 2:45-3:30pm. Any student is welcome to sign-in and get assistance in any subject. Students are asked to be prepared with their homework, questions, etc. and be serious about working. Students must make arrangements for their own ride home.
"DANCE THROUGH THE DECADES"
Tickets on sale beginning the week of April 27 during lunch periods at the North Campus for NC seniors only.
Ticket sales then move to the Main Campus for MC juniors to purchase during their lunch periods during the week of May 4 and 11.
Seniors from the NC and EdTrek and Early College seniors and juniors can purchase Prom tickets on Weds., May 6 and Weds., May 13 between 2:45-3:15pm at the Main Campus commons.
Tickets are $28.00 each during early sales.
Tickets at the door are $35.00 each.
ID is required at the door on Prom night.
Non-North Campus seniors and Guests must be 20 or under in age and pre-approved by filling out a Dance Guest Form obtained from the Attendance Office at the MC.
Questions about Prom can be directed to Ms. Pisano, Prom Advisor - 699-7450
The Holt High School handbook outlines the school and district rules for students at Prom:
DANCES & PROM
· Dances: Holt students only Prom: guests must be pre-approved and under 20 years of age.
· No alcohol, smoking, or illegal drugs
· Must have a school I.D. for entrance
· No canes
· School appropriate dancing only
· Guests are allowed for PROM and must be pre-registered – see criteria stated below.
· No weapons or dangerous weapons defined as: firearm, dagger, dirk, stiletto, knife, pocketknife opened by a mechanical device, iron bar, or brass knuckles.
PROM – We have attempted to minimize and check the ever-increasing cost to students. We also stress that it is a semi-formal dance with tuxedos and long formals as optional dress choice. Members of the junior class and their advisor organize the Prom. Juniors and seniors are allowed to bring one outside guest/date per student. This guest/date must be pre-approved by the attendance office and must be under 20 years old.
Pre-approval can be achieved by picking up a Guest Request form from the Attendance Office. The entire guest request form must be completed and returned to the attendance office two weeks prior to the Prom date. Unfortunately, some guests may not be approved.
As with any school sponsored event all rules outlined in the HHS Student Handbook are in effect.
Parent Volunteers Needed to Help with PROM!
We need parents to help with set up the Friday before Prom, chaperoning the Prom on May 16, or to help with clean up the day after Prom. If you would be willing to help in any capacity please call Ms. Pisano, Prom advisor at 699-7450; please leave a message.
CLASSIC CAR SHOW on Prom Night
Do you have a classic car?
We are looking for CLassic Cars to display in our front parking lot from 7:00pm-9:00pm on Prom night, May 16! We would like a variety of classic cars for students to look at. If you can participate or know someone with a classic car that may be interested please call Ms. Pisano at 699-7450.
Five Tips for Teens:
• Alcohol is illegal for persons under the age of 21. Underage drinking can result in arrest, injury, or worse.
• Trust your instincts. If you feel endangered or uncomfortable, leave immediately.
• Remember to charge your cellphone and keep it with you.
• Discuss your plans with your friends, remind each other about responsible decision-making and confronting peer pressure.
• Inform your parent or guardian of your prom plans for the evening and provide contact information. Remember to contact them if your plans change.
Five Tips for Parents:
• Ask your teen for a detailed itinerary for prom night, including venues, times and contact numbers. Make sure you know all the details of the plan.
• Talk to your teen about the serious dangers and consequences of underage drinking and driving.
• Discuss with your teen how to handle difficult situations, such as being offered a ride by an intoxicated driver, being offered alcohol or drugs, or being pressured to have sex.
• Do not rent hotel rooms for teens.
• Establish a curfew and know the pre- and post-prom parties, and ensure appropriate parental supervision will be present.
Some people feel pressured to drink, smoke, use drugs, or have sex on prom night. However, drinking is responsible for over 4,500 deaths among young people each year and is associated with other problems like sexually transmitted diseases and unintended pregnancy. Alcohol and drugs hurt your judgment and may result in you being harmed or harming others. Just because others do something doesn’t make it a good idea or right for you. It’s OK to say no.
Teen drivers are four times more likely than older drivers to crash. Always wear a safety belt -- no matter how short the trip. Don’t drink and drive, and don’t get in a car with a driver who has been drinking.
Dating violence is a very real issue for many people. This type of violence can occur among heterosexual or same-sex couples. It can occur in couples who have been together a long time and between people who just met. Many teens do not report it because they are afraid to tell friends and family. The abuse can be verbal, emotional, physical, or sexual. Know beforehand what your sexual boundaries are, and communicate those to your partner. Respect yourself and others, avoid alcohol and drugs, and tell family or call 911 if you or someone you know is being abused or is in danger.
If you plan to go to an after-prom party, be sure it is adult-supervised. Be aware of your surroundings. And it’s always good to go with a “buddy”. Avoid using alcohol and drugs.
Make sure parents know where you are at all times in case of emergency. Call a parent, guardian, or someone you trust in case plans change or you need help.
Student Summer Programs
hosted by Building 21
School begins Tuesday, September 8, 2015
Kick Start Orientation for 2015-16
(for your convenience 2 evening sessions this year!)
All students in 9 through 12 grade are required to attend Kick Start Orientation.
Back-to-school packets will be mailed home during the week of August 11.
Packets will include:
What to bring to Orientation:
What to do at Orientation:
Questions about orientation? Call Cindy @ 517-699-0294
SUMMER HOURS @ MAIN CAMPUS
8:00am - 3:30pm Monday - Thursday
Questions in summer - call 517-694-2116
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Common Mission Statement
The mission of Holt High School is to create a supportive community where every student experiences success in an exemplary academic program as measured by district, state, or national standards. Each student will graduate as a responsible and respectful citizen with a clearly defined post-secondary plan.
We Care . We Learn . We Grow
FOR HOLT HIGH SCHOOL 9-12 grades
3 FULL DAY WEDS. – 7:30am – 2:35 pm
8 EXAMS (1st & 6th hrs) 7:30am – 2:35pm; Full day; altered schedule
9 EXAMS (2nd & 3rd hrs) 7:30am - dismiss 11:10am
10 EXAMS (4th & 5th hrs) 7:30am - dismiss 11:10am
Last Day of School
Teacher’s last work day
25 Kick Start Orientation - 5:30pm - 8:00pm
26 Kick Start Orientation - 10:00am - 3:00pm
27 Kick Start Orientation - 5:30pm - 8:00pm
8 First Day of School - 7:35am - 2:35pm
9 FULL DAY WEDS. – 7:30am – 2:35 pm
About Holt High School
Holt High School is a four year comprehensive school split in to two campus settings.
The Main Campus houses grades 9, 10, 11 and is located on a 40-acre campus-like setting with a performing Arts complex that seats 850 in the theater and a comprehensive on-grounds Athletic complex.
The North Campus houses 12th grade students and is located directly across the street from the Main Campus. Senior students have the opportunity to elect college classes as part of their curriculum and earn college credits which may be transferable to accredited colleges. The building houses state of the art technology offerings as well as a college campus setting.
In 1989 Holt High School became the first Professional Development School (PDS) affiliated with Michigan State University and the Holmes Group. The goals of a PDS are to improve teaching practices and student learning through the application of the most current educational research and on-site action research.
Holt High School has been honored as one of the top 100 schools in the country,