Holicong Middle School
Updates From Mr. Bucher
A Message From Holicong's Parent Council....
Hello Holicong Parents,
We still are in need of a few food items for our very special educators and staff luncheon on Thursday, May 9th. We want to acknowledge the crucial role our teachers and staff play in making sure our students receive a quality education by preparing a special luncheon for them. Many of you signed up for donations, and we have just a few food items left to fill. Please follow the Sign Up Genius link below for details to help:
Thank you for your time and donations,
Norma Twyman, Coordinator
Next Week's Athletics At Holicong.....
7th grade soccer home VS Unami
Varsity track home VS Tamanend
7th grade baseball away VS Carl Sandburg
8th grade soccer home VS Log College
8th grade baseball away VS Holland
7th grade soccer away VS Richboro
7th grade soccer home VS Newtown
8th grade softball/baseball away VS Richboro
Varsity track away VS Klinger
7th grade baseball home VS Poquessing
8th grade soccer home VS Unami
8th grade softball/baseball home VS Log College
Good Luck To Holicong's National History Day Students At This Weekend's State Competition!
It Is Concert Season At Holicong!
For your comfort and enjoyment, Holicong has four spring music concerts scheduled for the month of May. Please see the descriptions below:
Thursday, May 2nd
o 7th Grade Band, 8th Grade Band, Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble
Thursday, May 9th
o 9th Grade Band, 9th Grade Choir, H-Factor
Thursday, May 16th
o 7th Grade Choir, 8th Grade Choir, Robe Choir, Women’s Ensemble
Wednesday, May 22nd
o 7th Grade Orchestra, 8th Grade Orchestra, 9th Grade Orchestra, String Ensemble
CB East Girls' Track
Congratulations to Taylor K. As a member of the C.B. East Girls Track Team this season, she has officially qualified for Districts!
A Winning Hand Is Alcohol-Free
A Winning Hand is Alcohol-Free
CB Plays it Straight
CB Cares Educational Foundation has received funding from a grant sponsored by the PLCB to create a campaign message targeted to students about the importance of zero tolerance for underage drinking. CB Cares created the dominate message, A Winning Hand Is Alcohol-Free, along with the tagline CB Plays It Straight - knowing most kids avoid risky behavior and choose not to drink by engaging in positive, pro-social activities in their lives. In December, a poster contest was conducted for students where they submitted an illustration off what their “winning hand” looks like by creating an image of the activities they do in their free-time. Each middle school principal identified a team of students to work with CBCEF to assist with the campaign, select materials and help promote the final message.
Winners were selected and their images were unveiled in April for Alcohol Awareness Month.
Holicong winner: Gabby S. (7th grade)