April 11, 2018

posted Apr 11, 2018, 6:12 AM by Maryann Schofield


There will be a GSA sponsored outing to the Bellingham Regal Cinema to see Love, Simon at 7:15 on Thursday April 12. Please sign up and purchase tickets in the cafeteria during lunches or in the band room on today and tomorrow if you would like to join us.  Everyone is welcome!




Please consider donating new, unworn socks to Operation Sock Drop, a fundraiser to help Boston's homeless, organized and led by junior, Chris DeMarkey and Ms. Ventriglia and Mrs. Nolan's 10th Grade Advisory. Collection boxes will be available from now through May 4th in the Main Office and in the Glass Hallway.



Huge thanks to the Junior Class who collected almost 3,000 items for the Holliston Pantry Shelf this weekend during the Junior Scavenger Hunt. Congratulations to the winning team of Jessie Shen, Hannah Magoon, Bin Ngyuen, Emily Howland and Dana Zapolin!




Come support the HHS Boys Basketball program by eating at or getting take out at Bertucci's on Thursday night.  Up to 25% of the proceeds go to help the program. Coupons are available in the Main Office or just mention the promotion when you go.

Eat good food and help a good cause.



Come honor Madame Caccavale and contribute to the Holliston Scholarship Foundation’s Scholarship in her name! This year’s walk will take place 8am Saturday April 28th on the Holliston Rail Trail. If you wish to get a guaranteed tee shirt you must register by this Friday! You can mail or hand the filled-out registration flier to Michela Michielli. More information can be found online at WalkForMadame.com or on the Facebook event page. Thank you and hope to see you there!


Semi-formal tickets are on sale this week during lunch in the cafeteria. A reminder that the semi-formal is on Friday April 27th and your class dues must be paid before you can purchase a ticket.


Guest forms for prom are available from the office. They must be returned to the office TODAY.


Later this week, freshman, sophomores and juniors will be voting to elect two student representatives from the sophomore class for the State Student Advisory Regional Council for the 2018-19 school year.  The SSARC is a group of elected students throughout Massachusetts who are helping make decisions about state educational policy and student rights.

Anyone in the class of 2020 interested in running for this position must see Mr. Bernstein in Room 619 by the end of the day Tuesday for information on the SSARC and nomination forms.