Zoom Issues

Zoom is currently experiencing and dealing with outages accross the country. We, at Sanders Elementary School, are working as hard as we can to get our teachers and students back online.

MSDH Announces Pandemic EBT Program

Recently Mississippi was approved to participate in the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Program (P-EBT). This program provides benefits to Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and non-SNAP households for children who have temporarily lost access to free or reduced-price school meals due to pandemic-related school closures.

Parent Reopening Survey

The Hollandale School District wants your input on what reopening in the Fall will look like. Please take a few moments to answer the survey.

Principal's End of the Year Letter

Congratulations on completing another year! Students, you are one year closer to graduation and adulthood. It has been exciting to watch you all grow over the past several months. You should be proud of what you have accomplished and endured in these hard times.

School Awarded Laptops From Donors Choose

The school was recently awarded four chromebooks from a Donors Choose grant written by Ms. Abigail McDougal. The laptops will be checked out to students in the upper elementary this summer so they can continue learning from home and practice their typing skills.

CDC Releases New Guidelines for Schools

The Centers for Disease released new guidelines for schools, restaurants, and other businesses for re-opening to keep workers, students, and customers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. T.R. Sanders Elementary School’s staff and administrative team are working hard to ensure we have instituted these measures to ensure the safety of staff, students, parents, and the community.

Distance Learning Packets Dropoff

Learning packets can be dropped off in the multipurpose building Wednesday through Friday from 10am to 6pm. Here are some key points: They will be dropped off in crates by homeroom teacher.

Ten Tips for Parents

The transition to distance learning may be challenging (and exciting) for families. Parents will need to think differently about how to support their children; how to create structures and routines that allow their children to be successful; and how to monitor and support their child(ren)’s learning. In this evolving landscape where predictability becomes less… predictable, we need to find ways to hold our youth and cultivate their sense of security, hope, and joy. For some students, distance learning might be a great thing, while for others it might feel more challenging at first. The ten guidelines provided here are intended to help parents think about what they can do to help their children find success in a distance learning environment.

Distance Learning Letter From the Superintendent

Dear Parents and Guardians of the Hollandale School District (HSD), I hope this letter finds you and your family well and hope you are managing the challenging times we are currently living in.