•  Open Enrollment

    New Student Enrollment

    New student enrollment will resume on Aug 18th for the 2014-15 school year. Students must be 5 years old on or before Sept 2, 2014 and residents of Holmes School boundaries. Students that will be five years old between Sept. 2, 2014 and Dec. 2, 2014 can enroll in Transitional Kindergarten. Click on the headline for more info >>

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  • School Supplies

    2014-2015 School Supply Donation List >>

    We welcome school supply donations by parents in these tight budget times. Each grade level has composed a list of supplies that will enhance your child's learning experience. These supplies are not mandatory. We appreciate any and all donations! Click on the headline to download the list >>

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  • The PTA Board Needs You!

    The new 2014-15 PTA Board is already hard at work planning for the new school year. We are seeking an Appreciation Chair and a Community Events Chair. Click on the headline to learn more >>

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  • Holmes Hawkeye Newsletter

    The Holmes Hawkeye Newsletter won the 2013 Communications Award from the Ninth District PTA for “Outstanding Print Newsletter.” This is our second win! Click on the headline to download our latest issue (June 2014) now >>

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  •  Science Fair

    Holmes 1st Ever Science Fair

    Holmes had our 1st Ever Science Fair which was on display at our Spring Fling on May 17th. 3rd-6th graders submitted experiments that were judged by volunteer teachers. Click on the headline to view the winners!

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  •  HERO Run Logo

    H.E.R.O. Run Raises $25K!

    PTA thanks all students, families, teachers and corporate sponsors who contributed to our H.E.R.O. Run. We met our fundraising goal of $25,000! Congratulations to the top three students with the most donations and to our top lap runners! Please use the services of our Corporate Sponsors! Click on the headline to read more >>

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  • H.A.W.K.S. (Holmes Amazing Wildlife Kids Sanctuary) Update

    Holmes students, parents, community volunteers, and staff from Fish & Wildlife and California Native Plant Society planted our Canyon Rim Native Plants Garden. In May, Holmes gardens were featured on the Clairemont Garden Tour! Read more >>

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  •  Daily Harvest

    Local Farmer's Market Comes to Holmes

    An easy way to feed your family fresh, organic produce! Order online and produce is delivered to Holmes on Tuesdays. >>

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  •  Marston Middle School

    What’s Cookin’ at Marston Middle?

    Want to know the recipe for success in middle school? Come and share some time with the Principal, Dr. Betsy Cook. Get the “dish” about the latest happenings at Marston and in the district. Click on the headline for the complete meeting schedule.

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  • Holmes' Third Graders Spread Joy to Seniors

    Third grade classes traveled to Wesley Palms Retirement Home in December to sing holiday songs to a large crowd of excited seniors. Click on the headline to learn more >>>

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  •  In costume

    Holmes Halloween featured on NBC 7

    Kids in costume show how much fun we have at Holmes during our annual Halloween Parade on Oct 31st. Click on the headline to view the newscast.

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  • Holmes Traffic Management Plan >>

    Parents, we need your help to ensure the safety of everyone entering and leaving the school campus each day. Remember OUR #1 priority is YOUR child's safety. Click on the headline to read our traffic rules and view a detailed map.

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  • Holmes Elementary recognized as a Distinguished School

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  • Online Resources for Students

    There are several Internet sites that your children use regularly at school to support classroom instruction. These are also available, and encouraged, for them to use at home. All sites can be accessed from home 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.

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  • Superintendent Bill Kowba and Area Superintendent Marian Phelps Visit Holmes

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