Howland High School Art Club donates Pop Art display to NEO Children’s Rehabilitation Center. https://www.howlandschools.com/article/483229
In this episode, Superintendent Kevin Spicher speaks with a group of seniors who discuss what it was like living through a pandemic during their final year of high school, advice for other students and their plans for after graduation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-An17qT4SVQ
In this episode, Howland Local School District Superintendent Kevin Spicher speaks with a group of seniors who discuss their plans for after graduation and what it was like living through a pandemic during their final year of high school. https://youtu.be/Z6j18nioBDM
In episode two of Sit Down with the Superintendent, Howland Superintendent Kevin Spicher continues his conversation with our H.C. Mines students. This time, they were the ones asking the questions! https://youtu.be/ZPZH2w4RLLc
We have launched a new video series at Howland Local Schools - Sit Down with the Superintendent. In our first episode, Howland Local School District Superintendent Kevin Spicher sits down with students from H.C. Mines Elementary School to discuss persuasive essays the students wrote and presented to the board of education. https://youtu.be/7h-7XPLDQPs
Way to go Ryan!! He won gold in the shot put seated event wheelchair with a throw of 19’ feet. The distance is also a new state record!! He also went on to win the 400m dash seated event wheelchair, and finished second in the 100m dash seated event wheelchair. https://www.wkbn.com/sports/howland-8th-grader-wins-top-honors-sets-state-records-at-ohsaa-track-state-championships/
We are currently taking names for preschool-aged students interested in registering for Howland's Preschool program for the 2021-2022 school year. This is a lottery process, where names are drawn to determine spots in the class. Please fill out the form below to put your child's name in the lottery for preschool at Howland. The drawing will take place at the end of May. Students who are not drawn through the lottery will be added to a waitlist. Your child MUST BE 4 years old by August 1, 2021. DEADLINE: Friday, May 14, 2021. http://bit.ly/pslottery21
The Howland Local School District believes effective communication is an important part of a district’s success. In order to better communicate with our school families, we ask that you please take the time to complete a communications survey for each student in your household: https://forms.gle/YsWM1z12gtQSmB1n7. We appreciate your feedback!
Howland High School celebrates achievements of students during National Career & Technical Education Month. https://www.howlandschools.com/article/406954
Due to icy driveway and side-road conditions, food deliveries for Tiger Academy students will not occur today. However, food pickup for all Tiger Academy students will be available between 10AM and 1PM today at the high school in the “U” area.
Glen Primary School has kicked off its Philadelphia Candies fundraiser! The profits from the sale benefit our students at Glen. If you know a 1st or 2nd grade student, place your order with them! If you do not know a student and would like to order, you can drop off your order and payment at Glen. Learn more here: https://www.howlandschools.com/o/gps/article/395560
You can check out our January menu's here: http://howlandoh.apptegy.us/o/hls/browse/185162. And don't forget, Howland students will continue to receive free breakfasts and lunches for the remainder of the school year!
We invite you to enjoy our HMS choir presentation! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8FjNSiu3jo
Congratulations to HHS senior Kate Li, who was named the overall winner in the 2020 class of Twenty Under 20. https://www.tribtoday.com/news/local-news/2020/12/expressing-empowerment/
The Howland Board of Education is hosting its regular board meeting on Monday, December 21, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be a virtual meeting via Google Meet. Click here to learn how to access the meeting and leave a public comment: https://www.howlandschools.com/article/368778?org=hls
As the district shared at the beginning of the school year, the learning model that you chose would continue through the 1st semester. If you plan to switch learning models for the 2nd semester, you must click here to complete the 2nd semester intention form: https://www.howlandschools.com/article/366580?org=hls
We want to send a big thank you to our food service and transportation departments for preparing and delivering weekly meals to approximately 600 of our students while they are on remote learning. Between October and the end of the year, we will have prepared and delivered more than 67,000 meals!
The Howland Board of Education is hosting its regular board meeting on Monday, November 30, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be a virtual meeting via Google Meet. Click here to learn how to access the meeting and leave a public comment: https://www.howlandschools.com/article/356383?org=hls
Due to the surge in COVID-19 spread, the Howland Board of Education has decided to postpone tonight's in-person school board meeting. They have rescheduled and will host a virtual school board meeting on November 30, 2020 at 6:30 p.m.
Good evening Howland Families. We just received word of additional staff absences, and we need to transition our elementary buildings to full remote beginning tomorrow, Thursday, November 19, 2020, due to logistical issues securing substitute staff coverage in transportation, instruction and support services. We had hoped to get through the week with in-person learning for our younger children. However, it's no longer feasible at this juncture. This remote learning model will remain in place for elementary, middle and high school students with a projected return date of November 30th. We will continue to closely monitor our staff and student quarantine numbers and cases over the break before confirming a return date for in-person hybrid learning. We are currently assessing the status of our interscholastic activities programs and will follow up with our families as soon as we have had time to evaluate. Stay well and have a good evening. Kevin Spicher Superintendent