Holmdel High School
April 15, 2020
2020欧洲杯体育投注开户Dear HHS Community,
I hope you are safe and well during this first week back from break! Unbelievable to think we are approaching 4 weeks since our remote learning plan began. No doubt this continues to be a challenging time in many ways. I could not be more proud of how this community continues to come together. Our staff has done a great job transitioning our students to new ways of learning remotely. Thank you to them for their professionalism. Our families have done an unbelievable job working with their children, while navigating so many other changes that we know you are dealing with as adults during this time. Kudos to your commitment to helping this work for everyone. And our students...incredible. I continue to hear from staff members how proud they are of their students for the effort they are putting in during this experience. This kind of learning can be a challenge for many young adults. Thank you to all of our HHS students for continuing to put their best foot forward while doing their part staying home.
2020欧洲杯体育投注开户Something else struck me this evening. While walking the neighborhood with my oldest, who is an 11th grader, and then getting back home to my youngest, who is a 7th grader, drawing on our driveway with my wife I couldn't help but feel fortunate for the time we have been able to share while being home. Of course, we all wish it was under different circumstances. I hope the changes, challenges, and stresses have given you the opportunity to connect with each other in many meaningful ways. The HHS community is in this together, we will make it through together, and we look forward to the time when all Hornets are back together!
I realize that many of you may not have had the opportunity to see the Hornet Report put together prior to the break. Thank you to Mr. DeNovellis, the TV & Film Society, and everyone else who helped with this production. Enjoy a piece of HHS!
March 20, 2020
Dear HHS Community,
2020欧洲杯体育投注开户Please check out the email below that was just sent to students. The message not only captures what I wanted to express to the students, but also to the entire HHS community as we have all been dealing with this challenging time.
A tremendous thank you to the HHS staff for the guidance they continue to give our students. As always, they are doing a great job helping our young adults in their academic learning and beyond.
And a big thank you to our HHS families for their support through this process. This is a difficult time for everyone, and we appreciate your patience and assistance as we continue partnering to do great things for the HHS community.
I hope you are all doing well, as we have transitioned to our "new normal" this week. If someone would have told me I wouldn't be able to connect with HHS students in person for an extended period of time, that wasn't a planned break, my response would have been..."WRONG"!
Being in front of my computer the last several days, I realize being part of HHS is much more than working through emails, creating plans, engaging in conference calls, and so on. Holmdel High School is about connections with people, both in school and out of school, during all the incredible things you are engaged with each day. This time has been interesting in some ways, but no doubt challenging in many other ways. Please know your teachers, counselors, coaches, advisors, administrators, and the entire staff at HHS are here for you as we work through this challenge together.
Continue to demonstrate a dedication to learning and integrity, as you continue to lead as digital citizens for this community. Our HHS students continue to make us Holmdel Proud, as we work through this "new normal" together.
Holmdel High School Principal