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Announcements - Tuesday, January 7th 2023 

Yearbooks are on sale now for the 2022-2023 school year! You can order online through jostensyearbooks.com! Deadline to order is May 12th   

Just a heads up: Senior Composite and Winter Sports pictures will be on Wednesday, February 22nd. This is a date change. 

Progress Reports will be distributed on Friday during 7th hour. 

The following students need to report to Mrs. Lemings lab on Friday, February 10th during 5th hour for Beta testing, they are: Erick Aguirre, Logan Baird, Alee Miller, Chloe Brown, Ayden Lindsey, Chaytlin Hardcastle, Alexia Allen, and Philip Maynard.  

Congratulations to Maeve Shoemaker for winning 3rd place in the Hemingway Art Exhibit! 

We would like to congratulate the following students in the achievements in our Archery Program! Jaxsten Pikey - 2nd place in 3D Riverbend Tournament and 4th place tournament yesterday. He has now secured a spot in the state tournament in March. Dalton Stevens finished top 10 yesterday. Lastly, High School Archery Team for a new team high score record in the 3D tournament yesterday! They're next tournament will be Saturday February, 11th in Jackson, MO. 

FCA will meet today at the open door outreach center at lunch. Also, FCA Members: T-shirts are on sale for the low price of $5! If you would like to purchase one order forms are in the office and money and form is due by Friday. 

The Band Department would like to congratulate the following students in their achievements in the 2023 Harold Lichtennegger Memorial Honor Band; Olivia Joiner, Cooper Russom, Jimena Elvira, Eric Aguire, Lauren Baird, Lily Cantrell, Bridget Vandiver, Victor Mercado, AJ Fisher, and Harmony White. 

Attention HS Beta Club members going to convention, your $20 room deposit is due by February 17th, you can turn into the office or to Mrs. McClendon but you will need to make sure you put your name on it. Also, we will take all online competitions on February 10th. 

Congratulations to our girls basketball win over Advance and on their wins in the Bootheel Conference Tournament over the weekend! 

Order forms for Art Club Valentines Day sales were passed out this morning. If you did not get a form please see Ms. Davis. Order are due by this Thursday, February 9th and will be delivered 7th hour on Valentines Day. The office will not be accepting any outside deliveries on Valentines Day from parents or flower shops. Please do not have times sent to the school. 

FBLA District Contest will be this Thursday. Bus will leave at 6:15 a.m. sharp! Do not be late or you will be left. 

Congratulations to our high school boys basketball team on their win over Southland in the 1st round of the Tri-County Conference Tournament! They will play again tonight at Cooter at 7:30 p.m.    

 NAME THAT SENIOR -Tuesday, February 7th 2023
Favorite Food: Chicken Alfredo 
Hobbies: Skating and Video Games
Favorite Movie: 10 Things I Hate About You 
Song Title That Best Describes You: "Rude" by Magic
Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Britt and Ms. Berry 
Career you wish to have in 10 years: Therapist
Favorite Memory from years at HHS: "I can't say my favorite moment but what I can say is ' Hey Anisa Can I tell you something.' "

Special Announcement - Dress Code

September 9, 2022

Dear Holcomb 4th – 6th Grade Families,

At last night’s Holcomb R-III School Board meeting, the Board of Education asked that I clearly explain the expectations of the dress code to the 4th – 6th grade building.  This dress code was adopted during the July 14th board meeting.  Below you will find the Code of Dress that is published on page 26 of the Holcomb R-III School Handbook.

 

CODE OF DRESS

Student appearance should be such that it will not disrupt the educational process.  The responsibility of determining what constitutes a dress/appearance distraction rests within the administration and/or professional staff.  

1. Dress and grooming should be appropriate for the time, place, and purpose. 

2. Dress and grooming should meet basic social expectations of society and the local community. 

3. Dress and grooming should not create undue distraction. 

4. Caps, hats, hoods, visors can be worn outside. They are not to be worn inside the building except on activity days.  

5. Hair must be kept clean, neat, and from covering the eyes. 

6. Shorts and skirts must be at least as long as the student’s mid-thigh and free of holes above finger-tip length. A student wearing clothing deemed unacceptable will be given appropriate clothing provided by the school or may have appropriate clothing brought to school from home.  

7. Midriff, mesh garments, muscle shirts, shirts with cut-off sleeves (except during PE) or spaghetti strap shirts are not to be worn by students. Shirts must have at least a 2 inch sleeve. 

8. Pants must be worn around the waist with no underwear visible, and pants with holes must be deemed acceptable by teachers and principal. 

9. No piercing permitted that is disruptive to the learning environment or creates a safety hazard to the student or other students. No septics, eyebrow rings, or lip rings are permitted. The student may be required to remove such items while at school. Students may not have any jewelry, including earrings, tongue rings, or other such items during Physical Education. 

10. No pajama pants or house shoes 

11. Body fitting pants including, but not limited to, leggings, compression tights, and yoga pants can only be worn with a shirt that fully covers the backside. 

12. Clothing items which display alcohol, tobacco, drugs, sex symbols, or violence by words, pictures, or symbols are inappropriate for school wear. 

The guidelines have been established in the matter of appropriate dress and appearance to provide for a student’s health and safety while attending school. Any student found to be in violation of these dress guidelines may be required to notify parents and make necessary changes. Repeat offenders may receive disciplinary action. 

We will begin enforcing this dress code on Tuesday, September 13, 2022.  The purpose behind this dress code enforcement is to help prepare our 4th – 6th grade students for their transition to the high school building.  Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Emily Heuring

Holcomb Elementary Principal 

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