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Monday, September 25, 2017

School-Wide NWEA Test on Wed, Sept. 27 at 8:35


--Beginning today, Holman will again participate in the Student of the Week program.  This program recognizes one student per grade level each week who exhibits exemplary traits and integrity.  The Students of the Week are selected by their teachers and will be announced during the morning announcements each Monday.  After the morning announcements, the selected students will report to the library to have their picture taken and receive their recognition rewards.  Congratulations to the following Students of the Week:

6th grade:  Jason C

Every class, Jason demonstrates the Huskie value of respect.   He always greets others with a hello and a smile, and he thanks teachers when he leaves at the end of the day.     Jason is thoughtful, helping to clean up without being asked, and he treats others with kindness.   Students like Jason truly make a positive contribution to the classroom.

7th grade:  Natalie K

Natalie displays the Huskie value of Responsibility.  She comes to school prepared with necessary materials such as homework and projects.  She is also punctual and ready to learn.  Keep up the excellent work, Natalie.

8th grade:  Nate B

Nate has already shown great leadership skills during group assignments. He also does a fantastic job of participating in class discussions and has demonstrated mastery of all concepts so far. It is obvious that he is committed to learning and being successful in the classroom.


--Eighth grade students and parents/guardians are invited to attend one of the Specialty Center Information Sessions. The sessions will provide information about all of the specialty centers that Henrico County Public Schools has to offer. All four information sessions are the same and begin at 7:00pm. The Specialty Center Information Sessions will be held on: September 27th at Highland Springs High School, October 3rd at Freeman High School, October 10th at Glen Allen High School, and October 18th at Hermitage High School.


--This Friday the SCA officers and representatives will hold its first meeting in the auditorium. If your PRIDE class has not chosen representatives and posted them on the spreadsheet that Mrs. Tignor sent out, please do so before Friday morning.


--Applications are available for any sixth grade student interested in applying to the IB Middle Years Program at Moody Middle School for the 2018-2019 school year. Stop by the school counseling office to request an application and/or get more information about the IB program.


--PTA Reflections is gearing up again this school year. This year's theme is "WITHIN REACH". Go to http://www.vapta.org/arts-and-education/reflections and get all the information you need. Your "WITHIN REACH" entry may be submitted through Literature, Visual Arts, Photography, Dance, Film Production or Music Composition. Entries must have a completed form that can be obtained from the mentioned website or from the Reflections entry box soon to be located in the Holman main office. All entries must be submitted by October 20, 2017. We encourage all students to participate!


--Have you gotten your COOP?? Are you working toward the magic number 7?? Don’t forget to ask your family members and friends to support you in meeting your goals for the Fundraiser. Go online and register at www.gaschoolstore.com (School ID #1835941) to make it easy for your supporters to buy online. There’s a bunch of people wearing COOP key chains which means that they have already started, but we want every student to participate in the Fundraiser. Don’t forget to ask your parents to show the brochure to their co-workers and friends. Let’s make this the best fundraiser yet. Hope to see you at the Mega Party!



--If you missed the information meeting about the trip to Greece, see Mrs. Frye in room 2711. The deadline to register for the trip is Friday, October 6th. Space is limited to 30 travelers, so don't delay!


--This is announcement is for girls only.  STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Club will meet TODAY immediately after school until 4:15. Be sure to have your ride promptly at 4:15. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Lewis in room 2715.


--We are beginning our morning Bible Study this week! Please join us Wednesday before school at 7:30 in Mrs. Gayle's room 1607. If you would like to present the lesson Wednesday, please see Mrs. Raymond or Mrs. Gayle.


--This Wednesday morning from 7:45-8:20 during Intramurals we will play soccer. Everyone is welcome to join in on the fun!


--Are you creative? Do you like to write? If so, join us for Creative Writing Club on Wednesday directly after school with Ms. Warren in room 2707. All are welcome. Have a ride pick you up at 4:15


--An interest meeting for the Ecology Club will be held Thursday, September 28, after school in the library from 3:15-4:00. Come find out what the Ecology Club is all about. If you have questions please see Ms. George in the library.


--Books and Bagels Club will hold its first meeting before school on Thursday, September 28th at 7:35 in Mrs. Dedie's room, 2714. We will discuss the Lunar Chronicles. All readers are welcome! We typically meet every other Thursday and discuss a new book or book series over breakfast. You don't have to have read the book in order to come. See Mrs. Dedie if you have any questions.


--Twist it! Turn it! Solve it! Did you know? The Rubik's Cube can be arranged into 43 quintillion different combinations. The Rubik's Cube Club membership application is available outside Room 1601. Pick up an application and return it to Mrs. Mullins in 1601. The first club meeting will be on Monday, October 2nd from 3:15 to 4:15 in 1601.