Delhi Township with the implementation of the ‘Happy in Holt’ sculpture this past November now has three art pieces granted to them through the LEAP program. The program funds art in the Lansing area in order to build a sense of community and attract more residence.
Times are changing along with the interests and hobbies of the youth generation. But even with the fluctuating of business and changing of pastimes, roller-skating is here to stay. Or at least the passionate employees at Edru Skate A Rama think so.
Three years ago the Holt Public Schools made a building switch and had the seniors move from the high school main campus building over to what used to be the ninth grade campus building across the street, referred to now as the North Campus building. This change in buildings became notoriously known as “the switch.” According to Holt High School Principle Michael Willard, the campus switch caused a lot of distrust from the community, and made people question a lot of other policies and rules set in place by the school. Time has given way for the rearranging to settle down and become the norm for the current Holt senior students and staff. “Three years later and our data from surveys and focus groups indicates that the students love the new configuration of our high school, and the teachers support the change,” said Holt Public Schools Superintendent Dr. David Hornak.