Dutch Weekly March 12-25
2022 Yearbooks for all
In honor of the school's centennial, every student will receive a copy of the yearbook at the end of the year. That's why you have not seen sales information during this school year. Watch for instructions in April about distribution and pickup.
2022 Holland Hall Golf Tournament set
This is your invitation to become a corporate sponsor in support of Holland Hall. The proceeds from this event help fund the physical education and athletics programs at all three branches. Enjoy an afternoon of golf with your friends, or reward employees. Following the tournament, sponsors receive a letter stating the tax deductible portion of their sponsorship level. All sponsorships include lunch, range balls, carts, green fees, all the beer you can drink, and a $5,000 Hole-in-One shot.
Click here to learn about being a sponsor.
For more information, contact Charlie Brown, Director of Stewardship at (918) 481-1111, Ext. 4737 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get ready to sign up for Summer Programs
Registration starts April 1 for Holland Hall Summer Programs. Copies of the Summer Programs catalog will be sent home with students after Spring Break, but you can see an electronic version now at hollandhall.org/summer.
Find more than 150 camps, with many favorites including Culinary Creations, Star Wars and Harry Potter-themed sessions and academic math and reading weeks.
Buy tickets to Gezellig now
Experience the magic of Gezellig on April 9. Inspired by the Dutch word "Gezellig," which loosely translates to a feeling of "cozy, family, community," this event features Dutch-themed cuisine, drinks and dancing under a tent on the beautiful east side of campus behind the Primary School.
Dress is party with sensible shoes — you'll be tiptoeing through the tulips after all — and is 21+. Tickets are available now at hollandhall.org/gezellig.
Donate to the Gezellig online auction
The Gezellig online auction is gearing up for the first of April! Help us raise funds for our students and teachers by donating an item or service from your business. We'd love to include it in our fantastic auction offerings! Please contact Madison Graves, email@example.com, or Katie Land, firstname.lastname@example.org, or fill out the donation form here!
Get to know college deans at 36th annual event
When: Monday, March 28
Time: 6-7 p.m.
Where: A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Dining and Wellness Center
Please join us in welcoming to campus Heather Daniels from Colorado State University (Fort Collins, CO), Justin Doty from Trinity University (San Antonio, TX), and Bob McCullough from Case Western Reserve University (Cleveland, OH). These three outstanding professionals in college admission are dynamic and you will not want to miss this very entertaining and informative evening as they discuss current trends and the state of college admission in general. We'll have time set aside at the end of the program for your questions.
This event is free and open to the public, so please invite your friends!
Bring your pup to school
Get to know other families and explore the school's beautiful 162-acre campus on the Ulti-Mutt Family Dog Trail Walk — set for 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 26. This casual event is sponsored by the Parents Association.
Come anytime between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. to catch up with classmates, other parents, and old friends as well as make new friends (both two-legged and four-legged.)
A couple of notes: Please keep your pet leashed, stay off playing fields and scoop and dispose of your pets' poop.
Water and treats for dogs as well as trail maps will be available by the Tandy Concession Stand.
Who: HH families and their dogs
What: Open Trail Walk
Where: The Trail System on the HH campus
When: 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, March 26
And stay tuned for a few more fun family events on campus including a Nature Therapy Walk with Ms. Pam Rogers on April 23!
Field Hockey Spring Clinic
The University of Michigan Field Hockey Staff is hosting a spring clinic on Hardesty Field on Saturday, April 23, 2022! Open to all interested 4th-12th graders! Michigan Wolverine Head Field Hockey Coach and two-time Olympian Marcia Pankratz will lead the clinc! All abilities welcome!
Click here to register.
'Swan Lake' offer for Holland Hall families
Odette, a young maiden trapped in the form of a swan due to an evil curse, must find eternal love to break the spell. Head to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center for this enchanting tale of love, sorcery, and deceit that critics praise as “effervescent and breathtaking.” Featuring live music and stunning sets and costumes, see for yourself why Swan Lake is the most performed ballet around the world.
When: March 24-27
Where: Tulsa Performing Art Center
Remember, select seats are first come, first served.
ORDER NOW to secure the best seating.
Online sale code for HH families
FOR UP TO 50% OFF TICKETS
ON SELECT SEATS
Your COVID questions answered
A quick reminder: if a child/student or any family member is diagnosed with COVID, please notify the nurse's office by emailing email@example.com.
The answers to other questions can be found in our FAQs.
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Primary School News
After-school enrichment classes
Theatre Enrichment with Mrs. Long
Ready, Set, ACT! Let Upper School's Theatre Arts Director, Leslie Long, guide your child into exploring the first steps to understanding what acting is all about! In this fun & supportive class, children will use theatre games, storytelling & role-playing to stretch their imaginations and discover the endless creativity and confidence in themselves.
When: Tuesdays (March 22, 29 & April 5, 12, 19, 26), 3:15-4:15 p.m.
Class limit: 20
Where: Primary School multi-purpose room
Pick-up: Primary School flag pole
Cost: $120 (6 weeks)
American Girl Easter Eggstravaganza!
Hop on over for some fun with Mrs. Bucholtz and Mrs. Gollihare. We will make fun Easter crafts & host a doll-size egg hunt that you are sure to enjoy! Dolls are Welcome but not required. We look forward to celebrating with you!
When: Session #1 - Monday, April 4 - 3:15-4:45 p.m.
Session #2 - Tuesday, April 5 - 3:15-4:45 p.m.
Class limit: 30
Where: Primary School Kindergarten Pod
Ms. Ariel's Art Studio
Expand your creativity! Create drawings with oil pastels, markers and colored pencils. Learn about line, balance, perspective and color theory. New themes every week.
When: Wednesday - 3:15-4:15 p.m. - April 13 - May 4
Class limit: 20
Where: Primary School Art Room
Pick-up: Primary School flag pole
Cost: $75 (4 weeks)
Middle School News
7th Grade Downtown Tulsa Studies
Downtown Tulsa Studies has been a pillar of the 7th grade educational experience, and we are delighted to offer such an opportunity to our students this year after lockdowns and shutdowns and a disruption to our traditional school year.
Check here for more information.
2022 6th/7th/8th Grade Course Registration
MS course selections through google docs are due March 25 and must be completed through student HH gmail accounts. Students received an email from Ms. White on March 9 with instructions.
Day of Service
It's that time of year again. The Executive Student Council of the Middle School has been working hard to plan our Annual Day of Service.
On Wednesday, March 30, students will arrive at school and load up buses to spend the day giving of themselves. Some of the locations we plan to assist at are The Oasis Market, Emergency Infant Services, Tulsa Dream Center, Bixby Outreach Center, and Catholic Charities.
Who: All 4th-8th grade students and staff
What: Day of Service
When: Wednesday, March 30
Where: a variety of off-campus locations
Why: As our Mission Statement says, "we seek to foster in each student a strong moral foundation and a deep sense of social responsibility."
Dress: HH Centennial T-shirt (or any red HH shirt) with appropriate work pants and shoes (jeans and tennis shoes are a good idea)
Middle School Parents' Association April Meeting Moved
The MS PA Meeting scheduled for April 5 has moved to April 12 at Noon.
Planning ahead for the end of the school year
Final Exams for 6th-8th grades
May 18-20 will be final exams for 6th-8th grade students.
Exams each day will begin at 9 a.m.
On Wednesday and Thursday, exams will end at 12:30 p.m. Students should bring a snack and no lunch will be served.
On Friday, exams will end at 11 a.m. Make-up exams will take place on Friday afternoon.
Last days of school for 4th & 5th grades
4th and 5th grades will have regular school days on Wednesday, May 18, and Thursday, May 19. 4th and 5th grade students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. on Friday, May 20.
8th Grade Promotion
8th grade students will stay after their last exam on Friday, May 20, for an end-of-year lunch with faculty and a quick rehearsal for their promotion ceremony. They should be picked up at the Tandy at 12:30 p.m.
The 8th grade promotion ceremony will take place at 5 p.m. on Friday, May 20 in the Branch Theatre. Following the ceremony, there will be a dance/party for the students to celebrate.
Upper School / College Counseling
College Deans' Event - Monday, March 28
We will have three Deans of Admissions from colleges on campus. We will run a Late-Start Schedule:
8 a.m.: Morning Meeting
8:15 - 9 a.m.: 9th - 11th grade students in an assembly with Deans of admissions
9 a.m.: 12th-graders get a sleep-in and must arrive by 9 a.m.
Parents: there will be an evening event for you with the Deans of Admissions! Please join us at 6 p.m. in the Tandy. RSVP at bit.ly/HHDeansNight
Course Requests/Curriculum Guide
At family conferences, advisors will start discussing course offerings and selections. This is just the beginning of the process: all final decisions on course selections for next year will need to be complete by March 30. Please see the link below for our updated curriculum guide.
Click here to view the 2022-2023 Curriculum Guide.
Freshman Orientation this spring
We are excited to announce that we will run the Freshman Orientation program this spring for the class of 2025. Half the class will go on the trip Thursday, April 28 - Saturday, April 30 and the other half of the class will go from May 1 - May 3. This longstanding tradition involves a camping trip to the Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge, led by upperclass students and accompanied by faculty, as a means of reinforcing communal values to our 9th grade students. Please read the information in the link below for all of the important details, including timing of an evening parent information session and a packing list!
The Class of 2022 will be doing their senior internships this spring! We are thrilled to announce the return of this graduation requirement and a wonderful opportunity for our students to engage in "real world" experiences for 40 hours at the end of their senior year. Please click below to read the details of the internship, and please be in touch with Dee Laskey with any questions.
Graduation announcements/class rings
On Nov. 18, Jostens met with the senior class to give them information about graduation announcements and class rings. We wanted to make sure that the information made it home to parents (there was a print packet that was handed out: Nancy O'Neil has extra copies if you'd like one).
You can access information at www.jostens.com. For information about Graduation Announcements, click on Graduation: shop.
Please be aware: Jostens supplies every senior with 10 generic graduation announcements free of charge. The website is useful if you'd like to order more or if you'd like to personalize them!
Summer program suggestions
For more information about any of these programs, please contact Ms. Ashlee Lowry at firstname.lastname@example.org.