Holyoke High School students are looking forward to the 2019 “Leave the Night On” prom Saturday, April 27.
Four options for the Holyoke School District Re-1J master facility plan were identified for their potential as Neenan Archistruction representatives led a work session with school board members
Holyoke FCCLA members who attended the state leadership conference are pictured from left, front row, Brenna Gatton, Kassidy Porter, Ashlyn Marcum, Tayler Hale and Chloie Metzger; middle row, Kyra Loutensock, Anna Chaney, Kyleigh Jaeger and Lauren Bergner; and back row, Yeidi Juarez, Rylee Oakley, Amy Mackay and Shyanne Conde. Not pictured is Savannah Burris.
After a memorable state leadership conference April 18-19, six Holyoke High School FCCLA members have qualified for the national leadership competition in Anaheim, California, June 29-July 5.
Curious about the tree he’s just been told he’ll be taking home at the end of the day, fourth grader Kaden Herman sneaks a peek.
Lions Club International hosts an annual peace poster contest each year for youth ages 11-13 to create a poster that represents peace.