Winter high school student athletes will be allowed to get their try out card (which is mandatory for ALL high school athletes) during office hours. If questions contact the AD at firstname.lastname@example.org or the coach.
In order to be given a tryout card, the student-athlete must:
- have a completed physical form (dated after April 15th) on file.
- have passed four classes and earned at least a 2.0 gpa during the third trimester (incoming, first time 9th graders…you have a fresh start…MS grades will not be checked)
- pay the $125 participation fee; this is a one time payment during the school year and not a per season fee. (This fee is actually due by the first contest and not upon tryout card request.)
Competitive Cheer - email@example.com
Boys' Bowling - firstname.lastname@example.org
Girls' Bowling - email@example.com
Boys' & Girls' Skiing - firstname.lastname@example.org
Boys' Swimming & Diving - email@example.com
Wrestling - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tryouts Nov. 2,3,4 at 4:30pm at the Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center (3501 Lapeer Road, Flint)
The team website is www.unitedhockey.org
Tryouts and practice the first week of the season ... Nov. 7-11 from 2:45pm - 5:30pm in the HS gym.
Competitive Cheer tryouts will be and . We will be meeting in the commons. We ask that you wear your class colors with athletics shoes! You must have a physical on file! Stop by the athletic office starting to get your eligibility card.
Boys' and Girls' Bowling
Tryouts will be held on Nov. 18th at Cherry Hill North. Practices will be held Monday's and Friday's.
Practices will be held from 2:45pm - 5:15pm Monday through Friday beginning on Monday, November 14th.
Boys' Swim & Dive
Practices will be held daily beginning on November 21st.
The first meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 2nd @ 6:30pm at Holly HS.
The second meeting will be held on Thursday, June 4th @ 6:30pm at Brandon HS.
Lacrosse will be a self-funded sport; in other words, school sponsored but not school funded. This is similar to the other recent additions to the athletic department offerings of HS hockey, HS bowling, MS bowling, MS swim and 8th grade BB/SB.
Plan to attend either meeting if at all interested. Information is being gathered and will be distributed at the meeting. If you can not attend, contact me after the meeting via email and I will send information at that time.
If you have experience as a college lacrosse player or lacrosse coach, please contact me at email@example.com.
The athletic department, along with Dr. Larry Baylis and his staff, are offering a physical day at HHS on Wednesday, June 3rd. Pre-participation sport physicals are required for all MS and HS student athletes. Anyone, including elementary age students and athletes from outside of our district, may sign up.
Sign up process...
1. Stop in the high school athletic office and schedule an appt. for $15. The fee is due at the time you schedule an appt. and therefore you can not call for an appt.
2. You will be given an appt. card, an appt. time and a physical form.
3. Completely fill out the form including signatures from the parent and the athlete. The only portion that should be blank when you arrive is the portion to be completed by the doctor.
4. Note - we will begin giving physicals at 3pm. If you sign up fairly soon, you will get an appt. early in the afternoon. If you wait to sign up until later in the month or early June, you will get a late afternoon/early evening time slot. There is NO end time. We will be done after the last scheduled appt.
Day of…June 3rd
1. Arrive 5-10 minutes early … do not be late.
2. Get a physical
3. MS / HS students - leave your physical form on file with us; if you need a copy, we will give you one. Elem. students - take your form with you.
Launch Your Learning All Summer Long!
Stay tuned for more information.
Thank you to American Legion Post 149 and Commander Joe Mishler for hosting a wonderful Awards Program Saturday night to honor some of our top teachers. Congratulations to all Teacher of the Year nominees and especially Teacher of the Year Aimee Schwartz. From left to right are Jen Rose (Holly), Kristie Brown (Rose Pioneer), Aimee Schwartz (Davisburg), John Church (HHS), Alyssa Chamkhi (HMS), and Stephanie Raymoure (Patterson).
The Davisburg Reading Warriors took third place this evening in the Springfield Twp libraries battle of the books. They competed with three other teams from Davisburg and nine other teams within the Clarkston Community Schools.
To meet the requirements of the new legislation, the Holly Area Schools calendar has been revised as follows for the 2013-14 school year:
Last Day of School
Wednesday, June 11 (half day):
➢ Holly Elementary
➢ Davisburg Elementary
➢ Patterson Elementary
➢ Rose Pioneer Elementary*
➢ Holly Middle School
*Note: Rose Pioneer missed two more days than the rest of the district due to a broken water pipe and must make up both days with at least 75% attendance to end school on June 11.
Thursday, June 12 (half day):
➢ Holly High School (half day final exams on June 11 and June 12)
Jenna won the first place award for the 2014 Michigan Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest sponsored by the
National Weather Service and will be recognized in Lansing this coming April.
Allen is our school-wide National Geography Bee champion and his written test results earned
him a spot at the state level competition on April 4, 2014.
Way to go! Mrs. Creasey and all of Davisburg Elementary are so PROUD!
Michigan Secretary of State and Holly native, Ruth Johnson, read to Rose Pioneer second-graders to celebrate March's reading month. Mrs. Pecchio and Mrs. Plaskon's classes are pictured below. Can you find Secretary of State Johnson? Mrs. Klemp is also in the picture
Varsity Girls District Champs and Varsity Boys Flint Metro League Champions! Way to go teams!!
Congratulations to our combined Holly/Brandon FIRST Robotics team for winning the Great Lakes Bay Region FIRST Robotics Competition held in Midland, MI this weekend! It was a tough fight but it came down to the last game of the last match to decide but Truck Town Thunder and their alliance partners WON the event!
In addition, the team was awarded the Industrial Design Award at the competition. It was an awesome weekend for the Robotics team! Go truck!!!!
See you Friday night!
Below - Jonathan Beeler and Justin Gaumer; The Gaumer family and throws coach Mike Michayluk; Coach Basydlo, jump coach Brad Reynolds and Mom; Josh Fiedor For the photo album go to http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=6892&id=108372695871998&l=6868a6c8d8
What is the process?
1st round - Each league in the area (FML, Big 9, GAC and Flint City Schools) are allowed to nominate a male and female athlete each month. Over the nine month school year and the possibility of 18 FML athlete of the month winners...Holly had four...Chloe Konzer (April), Justin Gaumer (March), Lance Hopkin (September) and Josh Houldsworth (February).
2nd round - Each league's monthly winners compete for the Flint Area Athlete of the Month...out of nine male monthly winners...Holly had two...Lance and Josh.
Final round - Each of the Flint Area monthly winners compete for Flint Area Athlete of the Year...of the nine male monthly winners...an Athlete of the Year is chosen. Josh Houldsworth competed with the area's best and brightest and came out on top!
(For event pictures go to http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=6330&id=108372695871998&l=329499e298)
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Sept 17 - Holly Elementary from 6:30 - 8:00pm
Davisburg Elemetary from 6:30 - 8:00pm
Sept 22 - Sherman Middle School from 6:15 - 8:15pm
Sept 24 - Rose Pioneer Elementary from 6:00 - 8:00pm
o Sharing the Budget Timeline
o March 19 – Cathy Hamilton in the District
- Dave Nuss, Peter LoFiego
o HS Web Site Online Demonstration
- For the Good of the Group