HOLLY, Michigan – It’s good news for the Holly Area School district after Superintendent Kent Barnes announced that unlike in previous years, the district won’t be facing significant program cuts for the 2013-14 school year.
The news was presented to board members during a special meeting held on Monday, May 20, and will allow the district to enhance its offerings to students in several ways for the upcoming school year.
The district plans to continue its successful Young 5s program that was launched in 2012. Opportunity for expansion of the program remains in place, as new sections are expected with increased enrollment. Additionally, the district intends to provide two elementary educators for added instructional time in K-6 art, music, and physical education.
HOLLY, Michigan – With a little over a month more to go in serving as superintendent for Holly Area Schools, Kent Barnes said his predecessor, David Nuss, has been busy interviewing candidates to fill several key administrative positions in the district for the upcoming school year.
Barnes made the announcement during the May 13 Holly Area Schools Board of Education meeting.
Nuss conducted several interviews with qualified candidates for the assistant superintendent for curriculum and instruction, Barnes said.