Our school district is not able to accommodate pre-payment of school taxes for federal tax purposes. Final payments of 2017-18 school taxes were due by October 16, 2107. We are not able to provide estimated tax bills for 2018-19. Our district will not adopt a budget and tax levy for that year until the May school budget votes.
Please be aware that parking or standing in designated Handicapped Parking spots is illegal and is a ticketable offense in NYS. We appreciate your courtesy.
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Students in the Holland High School Applied Science 1 class recently counted trout eggs using a common scientific method and released fry (newly hatched trout) from their egg basket. The newly hatched trout burrow into the rocks at the bottom of the tank. This survival instinct allows wild trout to avoid predators in the wild while they are still attached to their yolk sacs. The Trout in the Classroom program is possible thanks to generous donations from the C.A.R.E. foundation and Trout Unlimited.
Pictured (l-r): Madison Perry, Landyn Pfister, and Shyanna Pierce, counting fish eggs on the Applied Science class ClearTouch.
The class also took a field trip to Reinstein Woods with the ECC Environmental Science class. Students learned about the preserve and forest ecology from local environmental experts while touring the 200 acre preserve. The field trip was made possible by the Connect Kids Grants through the New York State Office of Parks Recreation and Historic Preservation.
Pictured: (l-r): Aramis Ramirez shares an animal skull with Lauren Oleksy during their field trip to the Reinstein Woods.
January 26, 2018 will be a 1/2 for Grades UPK - 12. The JSHS will dismiss at 11:00 a.m. and the Elementary School at 12:10 p.m.
Section 211 of Retirement and Social Security Law – Employment Waiver Notification Effective July 1, 2017
Mark Whyle received approval for temporary employment as a retiree under Section 211 of the Retirement and Social Security Law. This temporary employment as an Interim Business Official for the Holland Central School District will run from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018. The compensation package for this employment is authorized at a salary of $500.00 per day. As a retiree, Mr. Whyle reserves that right to receive his pension while employed with the Holland Central School District.