Upcoming Events

Tuesday, August 19
Board of Ed - Business Meeting
7 PM @ Fine Arts Center, JMHS
Tuesday, August 26
Board of Ed - Business Meeting
5:30 PM @ Administration Building
Personnel items only
Monday, September 1
Schools Closed
Labor Day
Tuesday, September 2
Teachers Report
Wednesday, September 3
First Day of School for Students


Today, 7/25/2014
High: 81 Low: 58
Mostly sunny
5% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 7/26/2014
High: 86 Low: 70
Partly sunny
14% chance of precipitation.

Holman Highlights

Enrollment for the 2014-2015 JACKSON CHILD CARE ACADEMY Child Care Program has begun.  To register, please visit the Jackson Child Care Academy link:




Please note that in order for your child(ren) to attend Child Care on the first day of school, September 3, 2014, payment and the registration form must be submitted and received by the Child Care offices (located in at the Goetz School – Trailer “I”) no later than Friday, August 15th


If you have any questions about our programs and would like to speak to someone directly, please visit the link above for an email link and/or call the Child Care offices directly at  (732) 833-4677 OR (732)833-4637.


Please remember that the LAST day for registration to ensure child care placement for the FIRST day of school is August 15th.  Registration information/requests/payments received after that date will NOT be able to start child care services until the SECOND or THIRD week of school.  Due to safety and procedural concerns, exceptions WILL NOT be made regarding this deadline of August 15th.

Summer Office Hours

July 7th through August 22nd

8:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Recommended Summer Reading Lists from Ms. Schadl
Have fun this summer and read, read, read! Go to the local public library or a nearby bookstore to look for the books on these lists. Check them out!
Kindergarten to First Grade Reading List
First to Second Grade Reading List
Second to Third Grade Reading List
Third to Fourth Grade Reading List
Fourth to Fifth Grade Reading List

Kickball with Karas Challenge!

Are you up to Mr. Karas' reading challenge?  Here's what to do:
1. Join the Ocean County Library Summer Reading Program "Fizz-Boom! READ!" by signing up at www.theoceancountylibrary.org or visit the Jackson Library.
2. Read any 5 books at your reading level.
3. Enter the books into your summer reading log on the Ocean County Library website.
4. After you enter 5 books in  your reading log, go to the Jackson Library and get your certificate to show that you read your 5 books.
5.  In September, bring your certificate to your new teacher.  The class (at each grade level) that turns in the most certificates will win the chance to play a special kickball game with Mr. Karas!



Campbell's Labels for Education

SIX PACK RINGS for Recycling

(We will no longer be accepting Laser Cartridges)

Thank you for supporting our school!

District Happenings

Are You the Parent of a Child
Entering 6th GRADE or Pre-School Next Year?

 Read more about immunizations that are required before your child can begin school next year.


Start Your Day
the Healthy Way
with School Breakfast!
Low-cost. High Nutrition. See Below. 
 Breakfast Program Info Menus

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District & School Grades
and Other Info on
Harassment, Intimidation
& Bullying
Jackson School District
Anti-Bullying Coordinator

Christopher Weidman
(732) 415-7020
Holman School
Anti-Bullying Specialist

MaryAnn Garbooshian
(732) 833-4620, Ext. 4785
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From the Principal



 Dear Holman Families:

I want to thank all of the Holman community for a wonderful school year.  It has been a pleasure working with the staff, students, and parents throughout the year.  I would also like to thank H.O.P.E for all of their support and contributions to our school.  I hope that all parents become active members in this organization.  As we approach the final stretch of the school year and begin the summer months ahead, I encourage you to continue to read with your child each evening.  Time spent reading with young learners has amazing effects on students’ educational success. Please continue to encourage your child to read and take part in the Kickball with Karas challenge!  You may view this initiative on our school webpage.  I also encourage you to practice Math Fast Facts with your child and/or take advantage of the enVision Math web site.  This site will provide you and your child with activities and games to practice and strengthen math skills.  These resources may be found at www.pearsonsuccessnet.com. Please note that your child’s i.d. number is their login and the password to be used is “jackson” (all lower case).  Have a safe and relaxing summer!




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