Kids 18 & under eat FREE! No registration! No application! Summer meals will be provided at NO CHARGE to all children up to age 18 in the community through the Holden R-III School District's participation in the USDA Summer Food Service Program. Come join us for summer food and fun!
Time to sign up for Summer School 2016! Summer Learning means a Summer Journey! Summer School dates are May 23 to June 24. Enrollment forms are available online or at school offices. Summer Meals are free. Transportation is available! Sign up today!
Download the NEW Parent Portal Mobile App called "STUDENT 360"! Also, check out the NEW web-based version of Parent Portal called "STUDENT 360"! Click “Read Full Story” to learn more and to follow the links. Parents may access the same information as the traditional view of Parent Portal including grades, attendance, lunch balances, schedules, Online Registration, and Online Payment (NOW AVAILABLE). The new web-based version of Parent Portal, Student 360, offers new features such as a daily bulletin, lunch menus, high school transcripts, immunizations and health visit log and much more.
Holden FFA has been entered into the Nationwide FFA Chapter Tribute! You may send in one vote per day. You must register to vote. A confirmation email will be sent to you and then you have to log in to vote. Share with your friends! The grand prize for the chapter with the most votes is $1,000 and there are weekly prizes as well. If Holden is selected for a weekly prize, we will be featured on the This Week in Agribusiness TV program.
New State of Missouri requirements are resulting in additional immunizations for current seventh-graders and current high school juniors. The district's Health Services Dept. is working with Johnson County Community Health to coordinate an immunization clinic in our district. It is anticipated that this clinic will be offered in May.
Welcome! New Student Enrollment for K-12 will be held in the Holden Elementary School Library on Thursday, August 4, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Professional Learning Communities (PLC) is the process by which the district operates. Every decision the district makes supports one or more of the PLC four essential questions: 1) What do we want students to learn? 2) How do we know if students learn it? 3) What do we do if students did learn it? 4) What do we do if students didn’t learn it? The purpose of standards-based grading is to improve student achievement by focusing instruction and the alignment of curriculum with the essential standards. Would you like to learn more about Standards-based grading?
To better serve our students, staff and patrons, the Holden R-III School District has recently updated our School Calendar for all School Events and Athletics & Activities Schedules. We have attached a short video to demonstrate the various useful features of the new calendar software.
Welcome to the Holden R-III School District “Year in Review” publication. We would like to provide information about the Holden School District and the many offerings being provided. We are proud of our schools and are truly honored by the support of our “Holden Eagle” community.