Holley Central School District

Girls on the Run Team Completes 5k

Eleven students participated in the fall session of Girls on the Run (GOTR) at Holley Elementary. GOTR is a national organization that is curriculum-based to build self-esteem and confidence in girls while encouraging physical activity. Leigha W, Layne W, Sara K, Emma D, Katie D, Jailyn B, Lena H, Madi B, Jasmine A, Alexis S and Julia R formed the Holley GOTR team. This is the sixth season the district has hosted the 10-week program, which began Sept. 12 and ended with a 5k race on Nov. 6 in Delaware Park in Buffalo. The program was implemented by Lynn Vendetti and Paula Sanford, with this year’s team coached by Vendetti, Sanford and Hannah Bock.

Up to 15 female students in grades 3-6 were eligible to join the program. The team practiced twice each week after school to prepare to run a 5k race at the end of the season. They received a healthy snack and an official GOTR of Buffalo T-shirt. Each student had a running buddy to motivate and support her throughout the race. Visit the GOTR official site for more information on this program (http://www.gotrbuffalo.org/who-we-are).

As a community outreach project, the team is running a book donation drive this year. For more information, contact Hannah Bock at hbock@holleycsd.org or Lynn Vendetti at lvendetti@holleycsd.org. 


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    Thirty-two students from Holley participated in the competition, up from six students who attended last year. They were among 730 students from the GLOW counties to compete in 27 events. Congratulations to all on a job well done!

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    Holley Elementary Student Council members recently created collection containers for the community restoration project of Hillside Cemetery’s chapel in Clarendon. The collection containers are in the shape of a chapel, complete with a “stained glass” window. Retired art teacher Larry Dabney designed the containers and assisted students with creating them. Each student cut out foil shapes and glued them together to form a stained glass window.

    The containers will be located in local businesses in Holley and Clarendon for patrons to make donations. Donations will be accepted throughout December. The students will conduct various fundraisers throughout the year to help raise funds for the chapel restoration project. 

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    The Scott Spino Foundation, Inc. recently delivered free books to Holley Elementary. Pre-K and kindergarten students are the recipients of the free books, which are distributed by Holley Alternative High School and Holley Elementary sixth grade students each month. The older students pair up with the Pre-K and kindergarten students to read a story when the new books are distributed.

    This is the third year that the Spino Foundation has chosen Holley Elementary for their book distribution program. The foundation is named after Scott Spino, who was a Rochester city school teacher and coach until he was killed by a drunk driver in 2004. Spino’s family created the foundation to carry on his mission of making a difference in communities and the lives of children through education. The book distribution program helps them accomplish this by increasing student access to literature, reading skills and home library collections.

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    Holley teacher Lynn Vendetti invited first and fourth graders on a trip to her farm. The students from Vendetti and Melinda Miles’ fourth grade class, and Tara Bannister’s first grade class paired up with a buddy from the opposite class. They read pumpkin poetry to activate their schema about pumpkins prior to their trip. The first graders discussed communities and goods and services. All classes learned the history of the farm and then explored the various parts of it. The students worked with their buddies to find Indian corn and pick peppers, broccoli, grape tomatoes and pumpkins. Vendetti showed the students the different color watermelons that she grows, too. The students also worked in small groups to design and carve their own pumpkins. 


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