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Film Sparks Spirited Discussion About Race
1/23/2015
Last week's programming in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday sparked discussion, passionate opinions and even some controversy at Holderness School.  Below is Interim Director of Diversity Nicole Glew's remarks regarding the programs, and particularly, the film, "I'm Not a Racist, Am I?".
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Holderness Faculty Donates 223 Acres to Squam Lake Conservation Society
1/23/2015
Reggie Pettitt, Holderness science faculty member, has donated a conservation easement of 223 acres to the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, permanently protecting a wildlife habitat within a contiguous block of 1,103 acres of conserved land in Ashland, NH. A "bell ringing" bonfire and hike for friends, neighbors, and Holderness school faculty, staff and students is planned for January 25th, beginning at 2pm. For more information contact the Squam Lakes Conservation Society.  Congratulations and thank you, Reggie - Holderness School is proud of your commitment to our beautiful natural surroundings!

The Picador: Volume 10, Issue 7
1/23/2015
  Inside this issue:
    -- Reactions to MLK Day Workshops
    -- Updates from the Fischer/Durnans
    -- Introductions to our new students
    -- Cartoon Doppelgangers
    -- Winter Carnival: Is it time for a change in tradition?
  To  read our online edition, click here!
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Construction Progress on New Rink
1/20/2015
The H.L. Turner Group is the lead architect on the construction of our new outdoor hockey rink, slated to open for the 2015 – 2016 ice hockey season. The new rink’s design reflects a long-standing “bold and cold” Holderness ice hockey tradition – with a few modern improvements.  The new rink will provide for two heated spectators areas, a plaza between Bartsch/Gallop and the rink, an improved foot pattern and walkway, and, of course, significantly upgraded mechanicals. Plans also call for Photo Volataic (PV) panels on the roof. Milestone Construction Management will be managing the project.
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Photographers have been reporting in from all over the Northeast this week! From Sugarbush, Holiday Valley, the Mount Washington Valley, and right back to campus, we've been watching the Bulls in action. It was a great week in athletics that ended with a semi-formal dance for the juniors and seniors. Stay tuned next week for scenes from Winter Carnival!
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Friday, January 30, 2015
Winter Carnival

Board of Trustees Winter Meeting

Hockey Girls JV
3:00 PM
Away
Location: New Hampton School
Hockey Girls JV vs New Hampton School
Basketball Boys Varsity
5:00 PM
Away
Location: Tilton School
Basketball Boys Varsity vs Tilton School
Basketball Girls Varsity
5:00 PM
Home
Location: Playing Fields - Gallop Gymnasium - 8
Basketball Girls Varsity vs Kimball Union Academy
Saturday, January 31, 2015
Board of Trustees Winter Meeting

Basketball Girls Varsity
2:30 PM
Away
Basketball Girls Varsity vs Brewster Academy
@ Waterville Valley
4:00 PM
Home
Hockey Girls Varsity vs Groton School
Monday, February 02, 2015
Basketball Boys JV1
2:30 PM
Home
Basketball Boys JV1 vs Cardigan Mountain School
Hockey Girls Varsity
4:00 PM
Away
Location: Tilton School
Hockey Girls Varsity vs Tilton School
Hockey Boys Varsity
4:30 PM
Away
Location: New Hampton School
Hockey Boys Varsity vs New Hampton School