From The Superintendent – Winter 2019

Welcome to Holt Public Schools! It is with great pride and enthusiasm that I write the eleventh of what I hope will be many Ram Quarterly (RQ) welcome letters to you and our exceptional community! For those who are just joining the Holt Public Family, I would like to sincerely welcome you to our district. … Continued

2019 Calendar Year

This calendar does not include early dismissal/late start dates. Check the district online calendar ( for updates. NOTE: Dates subject to change JANUARY Jan 16-18 Traditional Calendar- Grades 7-12 Half Day Jan 21 MLK Jr. Day – No School FEBRUARY Feb 15-22 Balanced Calendar- Mid-winter break Feb 18-22 Traditional Calendar- Mid-winter break MARCH March 7-8 … Continued

Pop Up Pantry Provides Care to Holt Families

The Pop Up Pantry was started by a group of high school students who wanted to help families who may struggle financially and require extra help. The Pop Up Pantry is located at the Holt High School North Campus. For more information on these services or to donate to the pantry, please feel free to … Continued

School Closing Information

In the event of a major snowstorm, electricity outage, or other event that could cause school cancellation, Holt Public Schools will report information to local television stations for broadcast. Holt Public Schools will also use the Skylert Rapid Notification System to notify families of school closings. Please do not call your child’s school or the … Continued

Around The Horn – Winter 2019

MIDWAY EARLY LEARNING CENTER Midway had a great start to the school year and a very busy fall with some exciting events! We started October with our annual pumpkin carving night where fun was had by all. Next, we enjoyed our visit from the Delhi firefighters, who taught the students about fire safety! Lastly, thanks … Continued

We’re Hiring

Join Us

Would you like to earn a little extra money? Do you have free time during the day when the kids are in school, or are your children grown up? We are always looking for reliable, enthusiastic people to work in several departments. We are searching for Substitutes Bus drivers Para educators Childcare workers Preschool teachers … Continued

New Faces

Meet Holt’s newest school board member, Jennifer Robel . Robel was appointed to the seat vacated by the resignation of Doug Needham. She is a graduate of Carson City-Crystal High School and obtained a bachelors degree from Alma College. Jennifer and her husband, Craig, live in Holt and their two children attend Holt Public Schools. … Continued

Community Education Wants You!

Do you have a passion, special skill or talent you want to share with others? Holt-Dimondale Community Education is seeking motivated instructors to teach adult and youth enrichment classes. We welcome your desire to share your knowledge and passion. We are pleased to offer a wide variety of educational, affordable, entertaining, and enriching classes and … Continued

Ramparts Staff

Holt High’s Newspaper Gives Students A Voice

After a summer hiatus, Holt High School’s student newspaper is back! Ramparts showcases student achievement, tackles issues, and gives a greater voice to the high school students; and will now be in a larger format with an active website. With a staff of 22, Ramparts is produced as part of the high school’s journalism class … Continued

Eyes and ears

Eyes & Ears of Students Now Connect to the School Board

Beginning in October, Holt School Board meetings took on a different look, with the addition of new representatives. Recently adopted Board of Education policy stipulates that two high school student representatives, selected by the student body, will now be seated with the board members. The issue of student representation at school board meetings had been … Continued