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Spring gardens

The Mississippi Roses (MS) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated planted spring gardens with second grade students at Holly Springs Primary School. The spring garden planting is part of the third Ambassadors for Health program completed by the organization. Two five-year programs were completed in the past where the organization worked with the same group of students monthly from second through sixth grade. Students planted vegetables in the raised beds and will monitor and harvest the vegetables in the future. To leverage community resources, the Mississippi Roses partnered with Mississippi State University Extension Office in Marshall County and Chulahoma’s Garden. Donating plants, their time, and expertise were the owners of Chulahoma’s Garden, Tony and Delorise Jones. The Ambassadors of Health is a Childhood Obesity Prevention Program that promotes healthy activities and empowers students to become ambassadors for living healthy lifestyles. Members of the Mississippi Roses present for the spring planting were Fannie Lampley, Wanda Pegues, Tiffani Garrett, Sandra McCarty, Irene Walton Turnage, and Eileen Dowsing.

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Celebrating academic achievement

 

On Friday, March 22, Holly Springs Primary School rewarded students who met their class growth goals on their STAR tests for Pre-K thru second grade, and in third grade those students who met their Proficient and Pass goals on their Performance Matters tests. This time, HSPS wanted to reward students for growth in both Reading and Math to ensure student performance reflects them being on grade level in both areas because both areas are equally important. Students had a “Pizza Party in the Park” with bouncers and an obstacle course to celebrate their academic achievement. “We believe in rewarding our students for their efforts because they’ve worked hard to deserve the fun,” principal Casshaunda Davis said.

Pizza Party in the Park

Reward for outstanding behavior

Ms. Tatum Brown, a second grade teacher at Holly Springs Primary School, treated her students to a picnic March 21 as a special reward for their outstanding behavior. “We had such a blast enjoying the sunshine and delicious snacks together,” Ms. Brown said. “They were so excited to choose their reward beforehand - and they chose wisely. They've been working hard to fill up their star jar, and today, they reached their goal.” Now, they're all set to enjoy their class incentive. “I am so proud of my students' dedication and good behavior,” she said. “Here's to many more fun adventures together in the classroom.”

Picnic

Black History Program

 

Holly Springs Primary School held its Black History Program on Thursday, Feb. 29. Songs performed, under the direction of music teacher Deandra Jones, included “Kumbaya, My Lord” by Pre-K students; “We Are the World” by kindergarten students; “Swing Low, Sweet Chariot” by first graders; “I’ll Rise Up” by second grade girls; “Man in the Mirror” by second grade boys; and “Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me Around” and “Wade in the Water” by third grade students.

Black History Program

Wax Museum

The Holly Springs Primary School 2024 African American Wax Museum was a very successful project. Students studied the history of their assigned person, created displays and recited what they learned to parents, teachers and peers.

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A Christmas musical celebration

 

Holly Springs Primary School held its Christmas program Monday morning, Dec. 18. Songs, performed by students in kindergarten through third grade, included “I’m the Happiest Christmas Tree,” “Santa Got Stuck Up the Chimney,” “If I Could Fly Like a Snowflake,” “We Will Jingle,” “Have a Happy Holiday,” “Holiday Lights,” “This Holiday,” and “Up On the Roof.” The program was directed by music teacher Deandra Jones.

Primary School Christmas program

'Making It Rain'

Local artist Dale DeBerry brought an educational and entertaining lesson on “Making It Rain” to Pre-K students at Holly Springs Primary School Tuesday, Dec. 5. DeBerry amazed the children as he unveiled his handmade rain sticks, ceremonial instruments consisting of a hollow branch sealed at both ends and containing small hard objects such as pebbles that make a noise like falling rain when tilted. The children also enjoyed holding and tilting the sticks themselves to make the rain sound. As a follow-up to DeBerry’s visit, the Pre-K students were going to construct their own version of the rain sticks under the guidance of teacher Lillian Campbell and assistant Jasmine McGraw.

Making It Rain

Veterans Day program

Holly Springs Primary School presented its Veterans Day program Friday, Nov. 10, 2023, under the direction of music teacher Deandra Jones. Students performed a variety of patriotic songs in honor of those who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Veterans Day program

High-Performing School

Holly Springs Primary School celebrates its "B" accountability rating from the Mississippi Department of Education for the 2022-2023 school year.

B Rating

"Mr. Magic" delivers entertainment, inspirational words

Buffy "Mr. Magic" Coleman, who entertains with his basketball skills and also provides an inspirational message for students, visited Holly Springs Primary School November 2. He urged students to be kind and respectful to each other and to make the right choices.

Mr. Magic
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Casshaunda Davis

Davis new principal at Primary School

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Parent of the Year

LaKesha Mason, a teacher at Holly Springs Primary School, was recently recognized as Parent of the Year 2022-2023 for Holly Springs Intermediate School and the Holly Springs School District as a whole. From left are school board members Dr. Gemma Beckley, Kim Mayfield and Charisse Harris, honoree LaKesha Mason, superintendent of education Dr. Irene Turnage, assistant superintendent Eileen Dowsing and school board member Lemon Phelps. Not pictured is school board member Ejeera Dukes.

Parent of the Year

"A Good teacher can inspire hope, ignite the imagination, and instill a love of learning"- Brad Henry Love

 

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  •  Login -Your child's first name initial, last name initial, lunch number (ex. js123456)
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2. From the school website's home page (this is where you are right now), click the staff circle icon located below. 

3. Locate your child's teacher's name and click the box with the arrow after the teacher's name. This will take you to the teacher's page.

4. Click the link that directs you to join the Google meeting (google meet link).

5. Click the microphone icon at the bottom to be placed on mute.  All students should mute before joining class. Students may unmute to ask a question or type the question in the chat box. 

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1. The hotspot from most phones can be used for internet access. Please check the impact it will have on your data package.

2. Parents should call the phone or internet carrier in their areas and see if carriers will give the temporary internet access or internet access at a lowered price to allow students to complete their work.

3 . Family Members may have internet packages that can be used with permission. Please check impact it will have on data package.

4. Parents and Students may use their personal laptops to access assigned school programs if the laptop has internet access.

5. Some community businesses may have free hotspots that allow the public to access their internet at no cost.