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Holley ES receives 2014 Arts Education Grant to create mural design with area artist

The Holley Central School District recently received the 2014 Arts Education Grant from the Genesee-Orleans Regional Arts Council. This grant enables the district to offer a special program called “Seeing as an Artist” to first grade students at the Holley Elementary School this May. Artist Stacey Kirby is presenting the Continue reading →

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Holley MS/HS students named to high honor and honor rolls

April 29, 2014, Holley, NY – The following Holley Middle School/High School students have been named to the school’s high honor and honor rolls. Students must have an average of 89.5 or higher to be named to the high honor roll while students named to the honor roll must have Continue reading →

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Holley named among ‘Best Communities for Music Education’ in the country

The National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) recently named the Holley Central School District to its list of Best Communities for Music Education (BCME) for 2014. To be named to this prestigious annual listing, schools must demonstrate an exemplary and high standard for comprehensive music education in their schools. In Continue reading →

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Holley to host annual Senior Citizen Appreciation Breakfast, May 1

The Holley Central School District will host its ninth annual Senior Citizen Appreciation Breakfast on Thursday, May 1 from 9 to 10:30 a.m. in the Elementary School cafeteria. Holley residents ages 55 and older are welcome to come. This is a free breakfast, however, reservations are required. Anyone interested in Continue reading →

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Students inducted into the National Junior Honor Society

The Holley Central School District’s chapter of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) inducted 26 new members on Thursday, March 20 at a formal induction ceremony held at the Holley Middle School/High School. To be inducted into the NJHS, a student must apply with and maintain a 90 percent academic Continue reading →