Holly fair

 Holly Area Schools welcomed more than 300 current and prospective Bronchos at its Back to School Health and Enrollment Fair on Saturday, Aug. 3. The event was part of the district’s commitment to student health as a critical first step to learning as the 2019-2020 school year nears.

 “Our Health and Enrollment Fair provides the opportunity for prospective Broncho families to learn about the Broncho difference and how our district is preparing all students for bright futures, whether that means college, apprenticeships, technical school or jobs right after they receive their diplomas,” said Scott Roper, Holly Area Schools superintendent. “Our event also is an opportunity to ensure all Bronchos start the year off healthy and ready to learn.”

 Throughout the day, prospective families had the opportunity to enroll their children in the district, and both prospective and current students received free health screenings, lunch, school supplies and enjoyed family friendly activities at the Karl Richter Campus. About 80 students, parents, staff and community organizations volunteered their time for this event.

 It’s not too late to register for the 2019-2020 school year. Schools of

Choice applications will be accepted through Aug. 23.

 Learn more at hask12.org/prospective-families/enrollment or by calling (248) 328-3106.

 “From our cutting-edge instructional technology, to our top-notch science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) and career and technical education instruction, to a variety of dual enrollment programs, to our award-winning fine arts ensembles, there’s truly never been a better time to be a Broncho,” Roper said. “I encourage all families to learn what #BronchoPride is all about today.”

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