Welcome to Holland Hall!
If you have questions feel free to reach out to your branch head or your Branch Parent Liaison.
Primary School – Morgan Johannsen
Middle School – Tobey Ballanger
Upper School – Lisa Tucker
The following document was created to help new parents navigate the unique terms used around campus.
Holland Hall Glossary
When there are confirmed cases of COVID-19 on campus, you will find that information here.
If your child was identified as having direct exposure to a person who has tested positive for Covid, you will be notified personally.
If your child is ill or has any of the following symptoms, please keep them home and contact a doctor and Director of Health Services Kathleen Alabbasi at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 918-879-4724.
Visitors who aren't expected at a particular branch should check in at the A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Dining and Wellness Center's main entrance.
All doors across campus are locked throughout the school day. If you need to enter a building, look for a buzzer, and the front desk personnel will let you in.
To enter a building beyond the reception area, all visitors, including parents, will need to have a valid driver’s license to check in at a Visitor Aware station. After scanning the license, the check-in system will run a quick background check against the sex offender database. Once approved, a visitor badge sticker will print and should be worn while on campus.
If school ends early, is canceled or delayed, parents will receive a text or email and the homepage of the website will be updated. Make sure your contact info is updated here.
Find the entire policy here.
Flik Independent School Dining is proud to be the dining service provider at Holland Hall.
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Primary School students can purchase lunch in that building's lunchroom. Middle School and Upper School students purchase and eat lunch in the A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Dining and Wellness Center.
Set up a lunch account and add funds on the Parent Portal.
PK – $5
K–3rd – $5.75
4th-12th – $7
The Common Grounds Coffee Shop is open for breakfast and when the servery isn't serving lunch. Lunch cards will work in the coffee shop.
Contact Holland Hall Community Events & Volunteer Coordinator Meredith Rogers for more information about the Parents’ Association.
It is expected that Holland Hall students will be neat, clean and appropriate in their dress on campus or when participating in a school function off campus. This includes shirts tucked in, shoes tied and all dress code requirements adhered to.
Families can recycle their outgrown uniforms and Dutch gear and shop for gently used uniforms and Dutch spirit wear at no cost. Items are available for students in all branches and employees when the Exchange is open.
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The DutchZone is your place for Holland Hall T-shirts, jackets and other spirit wear. Find it in the A.R. and Marylouise Tandy Dining and Wellness Center.
Note: Payment is credit card only.
8-10 a.m. Thursday and Friday
2-4 p.m. Thursday and Friday
Online Spirit Store: If you can’t make it to the DutchZone, you can find Holland Hall spirit apparel online here.
Families can recycle their outgrown uniforms and Dutch gear and shop for gently used uniforms and Dutch spirit wear at no cost. Items are available for students in all branches and employees when the Exchange is open.Located just off the Tandy, next to the Cochran Communication OfficeHours: 3-4 p.m. on the third Wednesday of the month.
Find collection times and guidelines here
Holland Hall provides limited morning bus service. The current midtown central meeting pickup point is at Utica Square. At this time, there is no after-school bus service.
If you have questions concerning our transportation service, please call Sparky Grober at (918) 481-1111 ext. 4854.
Morning Bus Service
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