Three students completed their studies through the Holyoke Alternative School after the regular HHS graduation in May and were awarded diplomas at the June 18 meeting of the Holyoke Re-1J Board of
Sheila Robinson, pictured at left, shows Erick Perez Ortiz a machine that can measure his heart rate. Looking on, pictured from left, are Montana Benson, assistant director Ashley Gragg, Meredith Schlachter, director Marcia Walter, Ethan Skinner (partially hidden) and Camila Montes Beltran. Rene Peña Bencomo and volunteer Parker Steggs also watched Robinson in action. — The Holyoke Enterprise | Johnson Publications
Complete with flashing lights and some nifty tools to listen to a heartbeat, Holyoke EMS’s newest ambulance visited Dragon’s Wagon Preschool during the final week of the kids’ summer program.
An extension of the current mill levy override of 7 mills will be on the Nov. 5 ballot for Holyoke School District Re-1J voters.
Erin Vieselmeyer was honored June 14 in the white coat ceremony at Concordia University Wisconsin School of Health Professions’ department of physician assistant studies.
On May 10, Kaylee Ham graduated cum laude from Colorado Christian University in Lakewood with a Bachelor of Arts degree in elementary education.