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Instructional Resources for Parents and Students

Instructional Resources

Digital Citizenship Education

Resources for Information

City of Hollister 

Taney County Health Department

Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services

Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education

Center for Disease Control (CDC)

USA Government

Additional Resources

Wifi Options as of April 13, 2020

Talking to Children about COVID-19

Children’s Message on COVID-19

Burrell Behavioral Health 

Burrell Crisis Hotline (do not have to be a patient): 417-761-5555

My Strength App  Access code: BurrellSWCommunity

National Suicide Crisis Line:  1-800-273-TALK (8255)

National Crisis Text Line (available 24/7): 741741 

State of Missouri Crisis Hotline for Hearing Impaired:  1-888-380-3328 (TTY)

Trevor Hotline for Social Issues:  1-866-488-7386

National Domestic Violence Hotline:  1-800-799-SAFE (7233) or TTY 1-800-787-3224

Pandemic Food Stamp FAQs

Network Resources for Stone & Taney Counties

Community Foundation of the Ozarks

Coronavirus Social Story for Kids

Social Stories about COVID-19

Easterseals Social Groups

 

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Hollister R-V School District and COVID-19

We are continuing to work closely with the Taney County Health Department and the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education to monitor COVID-19, the impact it is having on our area, and how we can best protect and serve our students.

Each day we acquire new information and assess the effect that information has on our students, families, staff, and current plans we have in place.

We will continue to communicate information through our regular communication channels, including, our automated messaging system and our district social media.  

We have created this webpage to serve as a warehouse for information and will update it as current information changes or we have new information to share. 

 

Hollister Tiger Summer School 2020

Re-opening our community, our state, and our country requires all of us to move forward together.  In consultation with the Taney County Health Department and in accordance with guidance from the Centers for Disease Control, the Hollister R-V School District will begin seated summer school on Wednesday, May 27, 2020.

The district remains focused on protecting the safety and well-being of students, staff, and their families.  As such, Hollister Administration has developed a detailed and intentional plan for bringing students and staff back to campus.

We understand that not all families will feel comfortable with sending their students to campus for seated summer school.  Therefore, both sessions of summer school will be offered virtually and seated.  Session #1 of summer school will be May 27 to June 23 and session #2 runs July 6 to July 31.

Summer School 2020 Enrollment Forms

HHS             summer school enrollment                         

HMS

HES

HECC

Tiger Academy Summer 2020

Tiger Academy will also be available during summer school from 2:30 to 6:00 PM. 

Tiger Academy I (ECC & ES) Enrollment Form

Tiger Academy II (MS) Enrollment Form

Tiger Academy III (HS) Enrollment Form

Additional Summer School Questions

Summer School FAQs

 

 

 

HSD updates

-For best access points when utilizing the school guest wifi park in the following locations:

      *South side of Hollister Middle School, facing the football stands

     *West side of Hollister Middle School facing the LED sign

     *East side of the Fieldhouse, facing the baseball field.

HSD Chromebook/iPad Trouble Shooting Guide & Assistance 

Senior Class of  2020 Webpage

4th Quarter Report Cards

Summer School FAQs

Summer School 2020 Parent Letter May 20, 2020

Special Education Letter April 2, 2020