•   Welcome to the
    Holland Patent Middle School
  • The Middle School

    9601 Main Street
    Holland Patent, NY 13354

    Building Principal:  Ms. Lisa Gentile
    lgentile@hpschools.org
     
    Assistant Principal: Mr. Michael Sinacore
    msinacore@hpschools.org
     
    Building Secretary:  Mrs. Christine Strzepek
     
    Middle School Phone Numbers:
    Main Office (315) 865-8152 
    Nurse's Office (315) 865-7224
    Guidance Office (315) 865-7204
    Fax (315) 865-8978

National Jr Honor Society Induction

  • NJHS

    On November 6, 2019, 35 outstanding 8th grade students were inducted into the Holland Patent Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society.  The National Junior Honor Society was founded to recognize students who excel in the categories of scholarship, leadership, service, citizenship, and character.  In addition to recognizing students for their achievements, being a member of the organization also challenges students to develop themselves further through active involvement in service to the school and community.  Congratulations to all new members!

     Ella Armitage, Sarah Bangs, Heather Buchanan-Wise, Amber Carman, Renae Cellamare, Madeline Cieslak, Austin Cotton, Michaela Cushman, Jeffrey Dewar, Moira Dowd, Kyle Erway, Nadia Foley, Pazia Grocholski, Hannah Gwozdz, Alexander Hoole, Alice King, Morgan Kirkland, Margaret Koenig, Julia Larry, Joseph Latella. Liam Locke, Isabella Makarchuk, Darcey Malachowski, Terralyn McLaughlin, Brianna Mullins, Emily Paladino, Madeline Poynter, Cassidy Reader, Caedyn Rowlands, Nicole Santa Maria, Brooke Smith, Makenzie Stalker, Emma Tabor, Payton VanNamee, Hunter Walchusky.

7th Grade Halloween Math

  • bat puzzle

    Students in Ms. DeSanctis' 7th grade math class created scientific notation bat puzzles. The goal was to match up a number in both scientific notation and standard form correctly to make the puzzle. 

Welcome to the Makerspace

Important Safety Information for Visitors

  • At Holland Patent Central Schools, the safety of our children is a top priority.  In response to global events and parental concerns, we have joined many other districts in our area to take a proactive approach to safety. All main entrance doors are secured and equipped with a security camera.  Admittance to the building will be permitted through a door bell/buzzer system. 
     

    The following procedures have been implemented: 

    •   Upon your arrival to the main entrance, please ring the door bell.
    •   Visitors will be required to identify themselves and state their purpose for entering the building.
    •   Additional information may be required prior to entering the building.  
    •   In the event that the system is disengaged during school hours, there will be an individual assigned to the main entrance. 
    •   The building is closed at 6:00 PM unless prior arrangements have been made for community events, sporting events, or any other event.  

    This system has been implemented to secure the building while maintaining a single point of entry in order to create an optimal learning environment.  We appreciate your support as we continue to promote the safety of children. 
     

    If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us at 315-865-8152.

Picture Retakes

  • Photo Retake Day

     Picture re-take day will be Thursday November 21st.

Think it, Build it, Share it!

  • The middle school Maker Space is a space that students can sign out of study hall to go work on projects such as 3D printing, building circuits, and programming.
     
    The theme for the MS Maker Space is Think it, Build it, Share it!  
     
    The Maker Space is looking for donations of materials.  If you think you might have items to donate, please email Mrs. Smith (ssmith@hpschools.org) to see what items are needed.  One thing for certain, the Maker Space is always in need of Legos!

Our Commitment

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    The faculty, staff, students and community of the Holland Patent Middle School are devoted to academic excellence and the growth of individual strengths and talents. Our school will provide a friendly and supportive environment, where individual differences and respect for the rights of others guide school and community behavior.