Welcome to Holly Ridge Elementary School 2306 Hwy 183
Holly Ridge, LA 71269
Gloria Gallman, Principal - Mildred Davis, Assistant Principal
Holly Ridge will prepare all students for academic success.
Dec. 18 - Christmas Program
Dec. 19 - School Dismisses at 12:00 Noon for the Holidays
Dec. 22- Jan 2 - Christmas Break
Jan. 5 - School Resumes
Jan. 5 - End of the 3rd Six Weeks
Jan. 7 - Report Card Distribution
Jan. 19 - Martin Luther King Holiday - No School
Jan. 20 - Dads & Lads (K-3)
Jan. 21 - Dads & Lads (4-8)
Feb. 6 - Stockshow Day - No School
Feb. 13 - End of the 4th Six Weeks
Feb. 16 - President's Day - No School
Feb. 17 - Parent Teacher Conferences & Testing Training
Helping Your Child Read
While accepting his American Film Institute Lifetime Achievement Award, Sean Connery, the infamous James Bond, announced that he had gotten his biggest break at the age of five. “You see,” he said, “at age five I learned to read. It’s that simple. It’s that profound. Had it not been for all the wonderful books, scripts, and plays I’ve read over the years, I would not be standing before you today.” He credited his family as being his first teacher and helping to instill in him the love and joy of reading.
We, as parents, are indeed our children’s first and most important teachers. Research has proven that children learn about reading long before entering school. The job of parents is to foster a love of books and words. Try these quick and simple ideas to make reading a lifelong gift for your child.
Read aloud with your child. This is ultimately the most important thing you can do. It is never too late to start and make it a habit!
Have plenty of reading material in the house.
Model reading by being a reader yourself.
Discuss what you read with your child.
Allow your child time for independent reading.
Establish a daily reading time.
Read with your child every day and you are both winners. It’s that simple. It’s that profound
Richland Parish Non-discrimination Statement
The Richland Parish School System adheres to the equal opportunity provisions of federal civil rights laws and regulations that are applicable to this agency. Therefore, no one will be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, or national origin(Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964);sex (Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972); disability (Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973) in attaining educational goals and objectives and in the administration of personnel policies and procedures. Any one with questions regarding this policy my contact the Richland Parish School Board at 318-728-5964, 411 Foster Street, Rayville, Louisiana 71269.