Holt Elementary School

Holt Elementary is strong in character, education, and leadership!

  • REMOTE LEARNERS: We need for you to complete a short survey to confirm your learning option for the second nine weeks. Please make sure that this is completed by Monday, September 28. If you choose to continue as a remote learner, here is the criteria that you will be agreeing to:
    • With remote learning, students and parents/guardians are accountable for completing classwork, submitting assignments on time, communicating with and responding to their teacher, and fulfilling all requirements of a course, as set forth by their teacher. Failure to complete assignments and fulfill course duties will be reflected in a student’s grade, and will be treated by school administration as if a student is truant. If the student falls behind in their coursework, they may be required to return to on-campus learning.
    • While many aspects will be similar, there will be some changes for remote learners in the second nine weeks, in the way that online content is delivered. You will be required to complete virtual or in-person remote learner orientation to continue as a remote learner in the second nine weeks. You will receive information about this from TCSS and your school.
    • Weekly participation in all courses and passing grades are required for remote learners to participate in extracurricular activities and/or athletics.
    • Remote learners may be required to come to a physical location for comprehensive exams and/or state testing.
     
     

    Teacher Qualifications

    All teachers at Holt Elementary are Highly Qualified.  Also, all paraprofessionals have met the guidelines to work in a Title I school.  As a parent, you have the right to know a teacher’s qualifications based on Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015.  Should you like to receive this information, please contact the school. 


    Notice to Tuscaloosa County School System Families:

    Along with maintaining our instructional program, student safety remains as our greatest concern. In times of threatening conditions due to severe weather, we have developed a plan throughout the Tuscaloosa County School System to allow for a delayed opening of school. If such action is required, the time for the opening of school will be announced through all normal media outlets, system website, and parent notification system. Bus transportation schedules will be adjusted to allow for the delay and breakfast will be offered upon students' arrival to school. Schools will follow their regular afternoon dismissal plan. If absences are related due to severe weather, please contact your local school administrators.

     

    For Severe Weather Updates from the Tuscaloosa County School System, please call 205-342-2900.

     

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