Welcome to Holland Patent Elementary SchoolPrincipal: Mrs. Sarah Vergis
Secretary: Mrs. Karen Gorea
Address : 7940 Elm St. Holland Patent, New York 13354
Main Office: 315-865-8151
Fax Number: 315-865-7265
Nurse: Mrs. Jennifer Schram, 315-865-7261
Timely HPE Information
Click here to view the new Pick-Up and Drop-Off Procedures at HPE.
Click here for December 2017 date reminders.
Click here to view the HPE Update for December.
Days 1-6 Updated after Snowday.
Clear dismissal and bus notes help us have a smooth, safe dismissal.
One School, One Book- PARP
Wish by Barbara O'Connor
Students have been reading the book in and out of school. They wrote wishes on stars and on a large board that was placed outside in front of the school. They decorated classroom doors with a way to make a wish from the story. We have a video of a guest reader each Monday to start each week's chapters. We had the author herself send us a video to start the book! There will be a video reading from our SRO Officer Phair, Mr. Evangelist (Superintendent) and Mrs. Casab (GWF principal). We will also have the opportunity to Skype with the auther later in the month! Enjoy the pictures!
Character Award for Kindness
Congratulations to our students that earned recognition for being kind at HPE!
31st Annual Cross Country Meet 2017
Thank You to the Trenton Joint Fire District for Hosting Fire Safety
Track Meet May 2017
Track Meet 3rd and 4th Grade
Track Meet 5th and 6th Grade
Holland Patent’s Music Education Program Receives National RecognitionHolland Patent is one of 4% of school districts in the nation to receive distinctionThe Holland Patent Central School District has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from The NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Holland Patent is one of 147 districts across the state receiving the prestigious award in 2017.
HPE Character Education- Dependability
Purple Hand Pledge
Holland Patent Elementary will provide an environment where learning is a positive experience. It is our aim that students will develop pride, respect, and responsibility for self and others in our ever changing society. We will instill in each child the desire to strive for personal excellence and develop an appreciation for life long learning.