Principal: Mr. Russell E. Stevener Jr
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Building Secretary: Mrs. Regina NarboneContact Information:Main Office (315) 865-8154
Attendance (315) 865-7292
High School Fax (315) 865-4069
Guidance Office (315) 865-4102
Athletic Office (315) 865-7273
Nurse's Office (315) 865-7234
Cafeteria (315) 865-7242
Pool (315) 865-7255
Music Office (315) 865-7229
Technology in Mrs. Morgan's Class
It's nearing the end of the school year when students typically start getting a bit distracted but, thanks to new technology, the juniors in Mrs. Morgan's MVCC Spanish class are completely engaged in their practice listening assignment in BUZZ, our learning management system.
Autism Awareness Bowl-A-Thon
On May 18th the 10th annual Autism Awareness Bowl-A-Thon was held at Adirondack Lanes. One of the highlights of the event is the Holland Patent Teacher vs. Student competition. This year the students recaptured the title! The event also includes live entertainment from Alumni Joe VanDreaser, a bake sale, a basket raffle, and a 50/50 raffle. Alumni Cooper Humpf and his family organize the event to donate the funds raised to the Kelberman Center in support of the Walk for Autism. 100% of the dollars raised support local families, allowing the Kelberman Center to provide critical programs and services at no-cost or low-cost.
Congratulations Career Tech Honor Society Inductees
Congratulations to the Holland Patent High School students inducted into the Career Tech Honor Society on 5/15/19.Emily DygertPatrick KelleyAbigail LancktonAlexander MakarchuckMikayla MooreErin ShivasOlivia Smith
Russitano Receives Student Achievement Award
Congratulations to Vincent Russitano on receiving the Student Achievement Award from the School Boards Institute on May 9, 2019. Vincent was nominated by Mrs. Murray and spoke in front of a room filled with parents, peers, administrators, and board members from across the region.
Augmented Reality Meets French Class
Mrs. Hansen's French students incorporate augmented reality and Merge cubes into their novel studies!
Congratulations to the Character Ed Award Recipients for Marking Period 3
AFRL Griffiss Institute Challenge
Congratulations to Emmalee Howard and Jacqueline Mann on completing the AFRL Griffiss Institute Challenge under the leadership of Mr. Zacek. All three of these individuals gave up their spring break and represented Holland Patent well.
Regional Program for Excellence
From left to right, Dylan Richard, Derrick Harter, Bianca Nunes, and Natasia Plunkett presented their Regional Program for Excellence experiences to parents, teachers, administrators, and businesses from around the region on April 29th.
Thank You Firefighters!
Thank you to our local volunteers for helping with our Mock Crash at the high school on April 29th. Also, a big thank you to Trevor Harter for helping plan the entire event.
Don't Be a Distracted Driver - It Can Wait!
Take the Pledge to not text and drive - http://www.itcanwait.com/pledgeExplore the facts from Verizon about tech and driving - http://www.verizoninternet.com/bookmark/tech-and-teen-driving/To view tips and videos from students' presentation, go to our It Can Wait page here.Curb the urge to text and drive. AT&T DriveMode silences message alerts and auto-replies when you're driving to let friends and family know you can't respond. For more information and to download the app: https://www.itcanwait.com/links360 Experience Simulations - view the real consequences of looking at your phone while driving. https://www.itcanwait.com/360Students - Download one of the apps that prevent texting while driving and Mr. Stevener or Officer Copperwheat will give you an It Can Wait bracelet as a reminder to not text and drive.Try the It Can Wait Texting and Driving simulator here:
Success is the Only Option
At Holland Patent High School
our students will be
college and career ready
by the time they graduate.
Harter Organizes Mock DWI Crash
Holland Patent High School would like to acknowledge the dedication that Trevor Harter has for his school community and community at large through his work in the Holland Patent Fire Department. Trevor was instrumental in organizing a mock DWI crash to be part of the Teen Traffic Safety Day at the school on April 29,2019. He approached the school with his idea a few years ago and brought it to life. We are proud of his involvement and his willingness to help get this important message to his peers. Trevor’s passion shines through as he not only organized but participated. If you live in the village you have seen him responding to the fire whistle on his bike before he was old enough to get his driver’s license. This speaks volumes of the young man he is, and we have been lucky to have him as a student!
HP Esports in the Region
Scholar gamers Aaron Tarbania, Ryan McGahey, Brandon Partyka and Logan Baker discuss Esports with Superintendent Jason Evangelist during the Oneida Madison Herkimer School boards Insitute presentation.
Austin Smith, Brandon Partyka and Logan Baker present the many benefits of esports to regional technology leaders in Glenfield, NY.
Holland Patent High School rated a High Progress Schoolby the State Education Department of NY.Criteria set by the State Education Department:High Progress – High School
Performance Index – the school’s combined ELA and Mathematics Performance Index places it among the
top ten percent in the State in terms of gains between the most recent assessment data and the data from the prior year.Holland Patent School District rates in the top two schools in Oneida County for graduation rates at 97%.
Holland Patent High School will be a positive, stimulating environment in which all may develop Holland Patent High School Mission Statement the academic and social skills for reaching their potential as productive responsible citizens in our ever-changing world.