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What's Going On At Holling Heights 9/11/2020

402-715-8330 * Website holling@mpsomaha.org * Facebook @HollingHeight *Twitter @Hollingheights

SCHOOL HOURS

Mon, Tue, Thur and Fri 8:30-3:45 * Wed . 8:30-2:15

DON'T FORGET THIS WEEKEND TO WASH THOSE MASKS and WATERBOTTLES!!!

September 11- Wear Red, White and Blue to honor victims and heroes of 9/11

September 15- School Pictures

September 16- 2:15 Dismissal

September 25- NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

Oct 12,13 and 14- Parent Teacher Conferences

Oct 14-16- NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS


k-5 students will be allowed in the building at 8:10, please do NOT drop off your child prior to 8:10.

Parents please help us out


  • Check your email consistently and read all information carefully
  • Ensure that each morning your child has a clean mask to wear to school
  • Ensure that each morning your child has a clean water bottle (drinking fountains will not be able to be used but students can fill their water bottles)
  • When you are on school property be in a mask yourself
  • Respect the distance of other people when on school property

Note From Mrs. Logan

Resiliency is something that often we only discover within ourselves when we are faced with adversity. This week Holling Heights honored the victims and heroes of 9/11 by discussing the events that occurred on 9/11/2001. We focused on the resiliency of our country following the tragic events. We reminded students, "I Can Be Resilient". Hope is often the fuel for resilience. I define hope as the belief that the next moment, day, week or year can be better then the current moment. As parents when we model and build hope in our children, we strengthen the resilience they will need to lean on throughout their life . With the power of hope we can overcome.

Attendance Procedures

  • If you child is home sick and you want make-up work please reach out to the teacher as we have in years past. Zoom and synchronized learning is set up for designated remote learners, not students who are home ill for a day or two.
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Millard Public Schools: Home Visiting Program


The Home Visiting program is FREE and partners alongside families with children ages prenatal to 5.


This program focuses on:

  • Strengthening secure, healthy attachments with your child(ren)

  • Building parent skills and increasing knowledge to support your child’s education and development

  • Forming positive connections in the community

  • Preparing you and your child for school


Families interested in participating will have the opportunity to:

  • Participate in engaging home visits with their child three(3) times per month

  • Attend interactive monthly Parent-Child Socialization Groups

  • Receive a FREE slot in preschool when your child becomes age-eligible

  • Learn more about family events and resources in the community!


Interested? Contact Nicole Nelson at 402-715-8393 or nbnelson@mpsomaha.or




Remote Meal Service

For students who are remote learning at home, breakfast and lunch meals will be available for purchase according to the individual student’s eligibility (Free, Reduced, Paid). The order form will be made available on each Saturday for the upcoming week. Orders may be submitted in advance of the date of pickup however, the meals may only be picked up on the applicable day of service. The remote meals menu will align with the in-school menu for each grade level.

Meals will be distributed curbside pick-up from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm daily. Due to USDA menu guidelines student meals must be picked up from the student’s applicable grade level building. Meals may be picked up between 11:00 am - 12:00 pm daily from the below sites :



  • Ackerman Elementary- 5110 South 156th Street
  • Andersen Middle School- 15404 Adams Street
  • Millard South High School- 14905 Q Street


Families can click here to submit an order by 9:00 am the day of service to receive a breakfast and/or lunch. An individual submission must be submitted for each student requesting a meal. If you have any questions please call 402-715-1440.

Holling Procedures and Protocols

The Holling staff have been busy the last couple of months planning for the safety of your child. Under the direction of district guidelines we have devised a plan for what those look like specific to Holling Heights. Please don't hesitate to ask questions.

Holling Heights Elementary Family Procedures and Protocols

Do you need support during these challenging times?

School supplies and other needs -

If you listed needing assistance when registering your child through online enrollment, Mrs. Karloff or Mrs. Anderson will be reaching out to you. If you did not complete that section of registration or your needs have changed, please contact either of them or the office at any time. jmkarloff@mpsomaha.org or jmanderson@mpsomaha.org

Covid-19 Webpage


We recognize that communication is essential. We have updated our COVID-19 webpage. You can find it in the bright yellow banner at the top of our district website, www.mpsomaha.org Because information changes so quickly, a web page is the best place for updated information. The webpage has many resources on it, and I want to draw your attention to four specific links:

  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ): These are continuously updated as we see new questions come up from the community. The FAQ has a topical index that makes searching quick and efficient.

  • Return to School Safety Protocols: This link provides information about our safety protocols. These are items such as cleaning, lunch, masks, etc. Your building principal will also send building specific protocols prior to the start of school.

  • Positive Cases & Exposure: This link explains how we will respond to positive cases and exposures.

  • Health & Safety Quick Reference: We have created a sheet regarding symptom checks, mask wearing tips, handwashing, etc. This is a printable document that can be used as a quick reference.

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