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Holcomb Bridge Hustle 5K
Saturday, November 14th, 7:30 am
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! First 80 HBMS students to sign up receive a Braves Bobble Head!
Sign up by September 15th for discounted entry fee of $15 for students/HBMS staff and $25 for adults. Entry fee increases $5 after September 15th. Entry fee includes a t-shirt, goody bag, post-race refreshments and electronic timing chips. Festivities will include a DJ, sponsor tables and an awards ceremony for top racers in various categories. We are pleased partner again this year with The Kyle Pease Foundation to help facilitate the participation of assisted-athletes in the event. Below are the 2 easy ways you can register:
Online: Click here to register online
By Mail: Send in the attached Registration Form to HBMS.
"Click here for a flyer and more information"
Don't miss this fun opportunity to participate in the Holcomb Bridge Hustle with your family, friends and neighbors!
If you have any questions, would like to volunteer or if your company would like to be a Hustle sponsor email hbhustle5K@gmail.com.
Redistricting Meetings Scheduled for Elementary Schools in Roswell
Two community meetings are set to address the redistricting process for two new schools in Roswell. One of the schools ("Highway 9 Elementary School") is already constructed at the intersection of Highway 9 and Thomas Drive in Roswell and is serving as the temporary location of Esther Jackson Elementary. In August 2016, the Highway 9 school will re-open with a new identity (official name TBD) to the students in its newly developed attendance zone. The newly rebuilt Esther Jackson Elementary School also will open on its original Martin Road site with a new student body. -- November 5, 7-9 p.m. at Esther Jackson Elementary School (Highway 9 ES Site)
-- December 3, 7-9 p.m. at Esther Jackson Elementary School (Highway 9 ES Site)
Online commenting (Commenting goes live November 5)
We welcome visitors and volunteers to our school! Many procedures have been put into place by our school district to ensure the safety of all students when a visitor or volunteer is on campus. Sometimes these processes can seem cumbersome, but we appreciate your patience in helping us maintain our number one focus; the safety of our children!