At their regular monthly meeting on February13th the Holliday ISD Board of Trustees recognized Superintendent's List award winners for the 3rd six weeks. To be eligible for the Superintendent's List students must the highest GPA, with no absences and no discipline referrals. The winners were:4 th Juliya Childress, 5 th Kenna Wood, 6 th Haven Cating, 7 th Jenna Toulan, 8 th Colten Ellis, 9 th Scotta Anderson, 10 th . . .
Competition was fierce at this year’s Holliday Elementary Scripps Spelling Bee. Each student in the finals advanced from their class as a class Champion which included: 1 st Grade Bond: Colt Davidson, Craig: Lawson Risinger, Strange: Zoey Schrader Ervin: Sadie Rangel 2 nd Grade Griffin: Jace Wood, Tucker: Eva Keel, Hanson: Trynt Palmer, Nichols: Kaylee Bullington 3 rd Grade Wright: Brooke Smith, Matthews: Cash . . .
Over 50 Holliday ISD students placed with projects in this years Archer County Junior Livestock Show. The projects included animal projects, baked goods, arts and crafts, photography and agriculture mechanics. Highlights included: Claire Shaw exhibited the Grand Champion Heifer and won Senior Showmanship, Macie Miller had the Grand Champion Market Goat, Allie Miller exhibited the Grand Champion pen of Rabbits, John Dyes had the . . .
The students in Holliday ISD depend on the adults in our community to see that their educational opportunities are the best they can be. Our schoolchildren can’t vote in bond elections, can’t debate testing or vouchers, and can’t run for the school board. They are totally dependent on us to provide for them. It is absolutely critical that adults take this responsibility seriously and act as the guardians who . . .
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