April 28 – May 4 (All School)
Posted on: Apr 30, 2018
Required Student Health Forms
2018-19 required student health forms are now available. Completed forms are due by July 31, 2018. If our health files are not complete, your child(ren) will not be able to participate in athletic practices or attend school in August 2018.
You will find all forms and a required form checklist on the website. Forms are available for download and should be completed and returned to Linda Christensen in the Middle School nurse’s office or mailed to: Holland Hall, 5666 East 81st Street, Tulsa, OK, 74137.
Summer is a fun, busy time — get your forms turned in before you head out on summer vacations and you’ll have one less thing to worry about as you prepare for back to school!
Questions? Please contact Linda Christensen at (918) 879-4714 or email@example.com.
New Tax Law Extends 529 Plans To Certain Pre-College Educational Costs
For nearly 30 years, families have been able to use tax-advantaged 529 plans to save for future college costs. The tax law passed in December broadens the use of these plans to include certain costs associated with elementary, middle, and high school education. Please check with a tax adviser or 529 plan operator to see if you might be eligible to take advantage of the new law.
The links below are a sampling of articles and websites that might be helpful in learning more about the new law’s provisions.
Common Ground Campaign – Did you know…Mr. Byron Shen is a Master Teacher?
Established with a major gift to the Enhancing Our Common Ground campaign, the Judith ’57 and Jean ’29 Pape Adams Master Teacher Chair in the Arts was created to reward an outstanding arts teacher who promotes community engagement and service, furthering the advancement of the arts at a local, state, national, or global level. Head of School JP Culley announced last fall that the inaugural recipient is Byron Shen, a Holland Hall visual art teacher for more than 20 years and an award-winning artist in his own right. Congratulations Mr. Shen!
If you are interested in supporting the academic experience for students and teachers please click on the link below.
Calling All Golfers!
Please join us for a fun afternoon and support Dutch athletics at the Golf Tournament on June 12, 2018, at the Patriot Golf Club.
If you enjoy golf on a beautiful course and want to support Holland Hall athletics, this is your opportunity to sign up to play at the 2018 Holland Hall Golf Tournament. Registration includes lunch, beverages, green fee, cart fee, range balls, and a team of four. Teams will compete in a scramble format with prizes awarded for both men and women.
To sign up or for more information, please contact Charlie Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org, (918) 481-1111, ext. 4737, or text (918) 645-8388. And remember, any day on a beautiful golf course is better than any good day in the office!
The 2018-19 Holland “Haul”
Formerly know as the Online Auction, items such as Upper School reserved student-parking spots, naming the Middle School Drive, and reserved commencement seats are available for a “buy-it-now” price. Sales close on May 15, 2018. Limited quantities available – buy early so you don’t miss out!
Get Your Holland Hall Pop Socket at the Dutch Zone
Official Pop Socket phone accessories are now available in the Dutch Zone for $10. Limited supply, don’t miss out!
Holland Hall Summer Programs
Whether it’s Reading, Writing, Drawing, Cooking or Acting/Dancing, we have something special for you! Be like Sherlock Holmes, a CSI investigator, a spy or a news reporter. Learn about ancient civilizations or travel the world! Brush up on your Algebra or Spanish.
Register now as camps are filling up fast.
Four More Days to Buy a 2018 Yearbook!
Thanks to everyone who has supported our student-produced journalism program. We hope all students can enjoy the fruits of our labor, seeing pictures of their friends and teachers and themselves in a memento with meaning. Editor Alley Doyle, Photo Editor Ashley Mabrey, Ad Manager Nikhil Patel and Assistant Editors Becca Levit and Lily Siemens, along with their staff, have been at work since August, 2017, and will send the book to press in June.
Please Join Us For A Complimentary Planned Giving Seminar Workshop
The Tax Cut & Jobs Act, as it is officially known, contains many changes affecting everyone. Its provisions could have a significant impact on your overall finances. We will review the changes and provide solutions addressing Social Security, retirement, estate planning, and charitable tax planning.
When: Tuesday, May 15 at 5:30 pm
Where: OU-Tulsa Learning Center, Room 145 (4502 East 41st Street, Tulsa, turn west off Yale Avenue on David Boren Drive, 1st building on your left)
Light food and beverages will be served so reservations are appreciated.
Please contact Christy Zahn at email@example.com or (918) 481-1111 to RSVP.
This is a complimentary educational workshop presented by Tulsa Community Foundation and the local non-profit community. No products are being sold.
Save the Date for Annual School Physicals
When: Sunday, May 20, 2018
Times: Girls from 3-4 pm; Boys from 4-5 pm
Who: All students who will be entering 6th–12th Grade for 2018-19
Where: Upper School Commons
Cost: FREE, however, students MUST bring a 2018-19 Medical History Form, completed and signed by a parent, to gain access to the physicals. No exceptions will be made.