Jgsage

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Name: Jessica G. Sage
Date registered: August 15, 2018

Latest posts

  1. New Associate Principal — October 11, 2019
  2. Gifted Referrals — September 27, 2019
  3. Henrico 21 — May 23, 2019
  4. Safety Is Key at Holladay — November 30, 2018
  5. VTSS at Holladay — November 19, 2018

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Oct 11

New Associate Principal

Holladay Family –

Please join us in welcoming our new Associate Principal – Melissa Williams! She comes to us from Charlottesville. Please give her a warm Holladay welcome when you meet her! 🙂

 

Permanent link to this article: https://holladay.henricoschools.us/2019/10/11/new-associate-principal/

Sep 27

Gifted Referrals

Gifted identification referrals will be accepted for students in grades 3, 4, 5 from October 7-25, 2019.

Parents/guardians, professional educators, community members, peers, or students themselves may submit a referral. Referrals must be submitted in writing to the school’s Gifted Identification Coordinator. For more information visit our website at https://henricoschools.us/gifted/

Permanent link to this article: https://holladay.henricoschools.us/2019/09/27/gifted-referrals/

May 23

Henrico 21

Holladay 4th graders proudly displayed their project at the county’s Henrico 21 Exhibition this week!

Holladay Elementary – 4th graders

Permanent link to this article: https://holladay.henricoschools.us/2019/05/23/henrico-21/

Nov 30

Safety Is Key at Holladay

Safety is a top priority at Holladay Elementary

We have an emergency crisis plan which comprehensively sets out how we will keep students and staff safe in a wide range of events. We continually maintain our focus on this through safety drills with the students, including fire drills, lockdown drills, tornado and earthquake drills, and bus evacuation drills. In the event that we ever had to evacuate the school for any reason, we have plans in place and would contact parents through school messenger robo-calls and texts to advise where families will be reunited. If we did not need to leave our school during an event, we have a plan for family reunification here, which would safely and efficiently reunite students with family members. Communication with parents in an emergency is paramount, so be sure to listen to phone calls and messages, and know that you can also tune into the following local media outlets for the most up-to-date information:

Twitter: @henricoschools

Facebook: facebook.com/henricocountypublicschools

HCPS-TV (Comcast 99, Verizon 38) + local TV and radio stations.

Safety in the Parking Lot

Please take a look at our Traffic Pattern Map here on our website to see our plan for safe pick-up and drop-off for our car riders.

Anonymous Alerts

Holladay’s website has a link on the top of the main page for “Anonymous Alerts”, which is a form for Holladay Elementary School students to report information anonymously. It is designed to keep students safe from bullying, drugs, suicide, gangs, violence, and any other threats to student safety. Anonymous Alerts is not monitored in real-time. If this matter involves the risk of injury or is life-threatening, you should call 911.

Crisis Preparedness Handbook

Holladay provided each family with the Crisis Preparedness Handbook in the back to school information packets. This is a good overview of how we keep students safe at school, and I encourage you to refer to it for more information on school safety. Click on the link for the booklet below for easy reference. If you have any questions, please call the school at 804-261-5040.

https://henricoschools.us/pdf/HealthSafety/CrisisPreparedness.pdf

Safety Matters 

Please click the link for the December Safety Matters newsletter by the Office of School Safety and Emergency Management

Permanent link to this article: https://holladay.henricoschools.us/2018/11/30/safety-is-key-at-holladay/

Nov 19

VTSS at Holladay

Check out our new page about VTSS (Virginia Tiered Systems of Support) at Holladay and our school’s Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS) behavior expectation matrix.

VTSS at Holladay

Permanent link to this article: https://holladay.henricoschools.us/2018/11/19/vtss-at-holladay/

Nov 12

One Book, One School

This year, each student in the school will be able to participate in One Book, One School. Each student has received a copy of the book From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler. We will be reading the book as a school all through the month of November, culminating in our Math and Reading Night celebration.

 

Chapter Reading Schedule:

Chapter 1- Nov 5th

Chapter 2- Nov 7th

Chapter 3- Nov 9th

Chapter 4- Nov 12th

Chapter 5- Nov 14th

Chapter 6- Nov 16th

Chapter 7- Nov 19th

Chapter 8- Nov 26th

Chapter 9- Nov 28th

Chapter 10- Nov 29th

 

Permanent link to this article: https://holladay.henricoschools.us/2018/11/12/one-school-one-book/

Sep 30

#HolladayIsGolden

Holladay Elementary 50th Anniversary 1968-2018

Holladay Elementary School is celebrating their 50th Birthday and we plan to celebrate – BIG TIME! Let’s start with a hashtag – We are asking for all posts about Holladay to contain our 50th birthday hashtag #HolladayIsGolden We hope you will post and tag pictures from this year and yesteryears using #HolladayIsGolden We would love to see the precious kindergarten class pictures from the 1970s or the big hair from the 1980s or other fun and memorable pictures.
THANK YOU!

 

Permanent link to this article: https://holladay.henricoschools.us/2018/09/30/welcome-back-to-school/

Aug 24

Car Drop Off Traffic Pattern

Parents! Please look at this diagram of the Holladay parking lot to help you drive the correct way for student Car Drop Off/Pick up

Traffic moves one way around the perimeter of the parking lot. Stay to the right and drive around the parking lot to the cafeteria side doors. There are 4 spots where cars can stop to drop off students. Do not drive through the middle lane of the parking lot unless you are going to park and escort children to doors.Teachers are outside to help students being dropped off, and direct traffic.

Permanent link to this article: https://holladay.henricoschools.us/2018/08/24/car-drop-off/