THE WARRIOR NEWS
HTS website: hts.k12.nj.us October 14, 2005
APPLE CIDER DEMONSTRATION THE SEED FOUNDATION
The kindergarten class would like to extend a big thank you to Mr. The S.E.E.D. Foundation, (Source for Excellence in
Michael Miller and his daughter Mary Miller for their apple cider Education) proudly announces the purchase of five Dell laptop
demonstration. The children were very excited about being computers to benefit the students of the Gifted and Talented
participants in this activity. The Millers are lauded for their Program, The Robotics Team, and the ACE Program at Holland
generosity, time, and effort. Township School.
Another special thank you is afforded to the Holland Township Donations were made by Colorstar Silkscren (Ismail family), Mt.
Police Department for their presentation. The kindergarten Salem Electric (Hahola family), and The S.E.E.D. Foundation.
children explored various police equipment, viewed the interior of
a police car, learned emergency measures, and heard the police If you are curious about the S.E.E.D. Foundation and would like to
siren. While the officers were at the school, the children explore a way you can enhance your child’s educational
donated a “Comfort Bear.” This bear, a symbol of the children’s experience, please contact Sandi Davi at 995-0126 or
empathy, will be presented to a child in need. Dawn Moore at 995-0014.
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS – SEPTEMBER
First Grade: Zachary Amster, Jacqueline Ethem, Sean Lessig, END OF DAY OR EARLY DISMISSAL NOTES
Miranda Livermore, Michael Machiesky, Cassidy Pachuta, Alyssa
Schuetz, Nichole Sorge Please have your child’s first and last name printed on the note to
Second Grade: Camryn DiTaranto, Sean Jaco, Kyle Olszak, James the office when your child is being picked up or leaving school
Pearson, Jacqueline Sjonell, Evangeline Soucie, Jeff Underhill, early. Only in the case of an emergency, may changes be made.
Brandon Villarino, Nichole Vogel Please let us know early enough so that we may make
Grade 3: Marbella Hernandez arrangements with your child’s teacher.
Grade 4: Holden Baker, Haley Grajewski, Alyssa Reindel,
Christopher Scheier, Marek Tomanek
HOLLAND TOWNSHIP PTO
Grade 5: Thomas Cansfield, Mathew Miller
Grade 6: Chris Guzman, Olivia Pulsinelle
Be prepared to be haunted at our Sixth Annual PTO Haunted
Grade 7: Chris Leffler, Jeff Levy, Marty Merritt, Joe O’Rourke,
Hayride on Saturday, October 29th, from 7-9 pm at Holland
Luke Schostkewitz, Jamison White, Clinton Wojick
Township School. The rain date will be October 30 th. There
Grade 8: Amy Harrison
will be a campfire, spooky stories, concession stand, and three
tractors this year. The cost will be $2 per person and children
SPORTS PHYSICALS under three are free. Please call 996-6185 with any questions or
if you dare to be part of the haunted behind the scenes fun!!
Physicals for both girls and boys basketball will be held on
November 4th with no make-up day. Forms are available during The next PTO meeting will be held on Wednesday, October 19th
gym classes. If the student had a volleyball or soccer physical at 7 pm.
here at school in September, only the two-page health
questionnaire needs to be completed. If the student has not had a
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sports physical here this year or in the Spring of 2005, a six-page
physical form must be completed. The first four pages are
completed by the parents and the actual physical is completed by
the MD. You may take your child to your MD at your expense, but
ONLY the NJ State Athletic Form can be used. You may get that
form at the school. Physicals are good for one year. If you have
any questions, please call Mrs. Miers.