Attention Rising 6th Grade Students:
The Huskie Huddle, Holman Middle School’s sixth grade transition program, will be held on Thursday, August 29, 2019 here at Holman. Brochures detailing the event were distributed through elementary schools to rising sixth grade students and are also available here. The Huskie Huddle is a wonderful event full of excitement and great information for our future Huskies! We highly recommend all students attend if they are able. Please be sure to register your child to participate either through the paper registration form or the online link provided within the Huskie Huddle brochure. All information regarding the event and specifics on how to register can be found in the brochure provided above.
This document outlines the required documents and information needed to register your student at Holman Middle School.
Holman Middle School
Course Scheduling for 2019-2020
Important Dates to Know
January 10th – January 18th – Holman School Counselors hold course scheduling classroom lessons with 6th & 7th grade students
Thursday, January 24th —Course Scheduling Parent Program for Rising 7th and 8th grade parents, 5:30 – 6pm, Holman Auditorium
Thursday, January 24th —Holman Curriculum Fair for Rising 7th and 8th grade students and families, 6:00 – 7:00pm
Inclement Weather date: If the Course Scheduling Parent Program and the Curriculum Fair on January 24th are cancelled due to inclement weather the events will be held on January 29, 2019 at the same times as indicated above.
February 4th – February 15th— PowerSchool Parent Portal available to families for student course selection and verification
School Counseling Services
Academic Counseling — assists students and their families in acquiring knowledge of curriculum choices available to students, planning an appropriate program of studies, and seeking post-secondary academic opportunities.
Career Counseling — helps students gather information and plan accordingly for work, jobs, apprenticeships, and post-secondary education and career opportunities.
Personal and/or Social Counseling — assists students in developing and understanding of themselves and the rights and needs of others; in resolving conflict; and defining individual goals, reflecting their interests, abilities, and aptitudes.
Classroom Counseling — the school counselors present counseling lessons in classrooms throughtou the school year that address developmental issues common to all middle school students (i.e., academic success, career, test-taking, bully prevention, etc.)
Group Counseling — may be requested by students, parents, or teachers. Students will meet in small groups to discuss developmental topics such as self-esteem, social skills, changing families, grief and loss, and study skills.
Individual Counseling — available to students at the request of students, parents, and teachers. The school counselor may meet individually with a student in regards to academic, career, or personal and social concerns.