April 25, 2019

posted Apr 25, 2019, 6:14 AM by Maryann Schofield   [ updated Apr 25, 2019, 11:27 AM ]


Any students that attend art club after school today will have the option to work on the To Kill A Mockingbird mural outside the cafeteria. Want to find out more?  Come to art club after school in room 403. You do not have to be a member of Art Club to participate, and Art Club members are not required to participate. This event is not replacing Art Club, and Art Club will still be running as usual.  See Mr. Shiff during the day with any questions you have.


Anyone who would like to participate in performing music at Art Saves Lives please see Doug Calais in room 205. All styles of music and types of instrumentation welcome!


Mandatory Class Meeting

There will be a Senior Class Meeting during DSB on Monday, April 29th.  This is a mandatory meeting for all seniors to discuss many of the events taking place between now and the end of the school year.

Class Trip

Permission slips for the Senior class trip, Spirit of Boston, will be handed out at the Senior Class meeting on Monday, April 29th.  All permission slips must be returned no later than Friday, May 10th and can be turned in to Ms. Rivera, Ms. Chestna or the main office.

Presenter Forms

If you choose to have a presenter hand you your diploma, you and the presenter must complete the Diploma Presenter form available in the main office.  The form must be completed and returned to the main office no later than Friday May 10th.

As a reminder, the presenter must be a current or retired Holliston School department employee.



Auditions are being held at 2:15 on Wednesday, May 1st and Wednesday, May 8th in Room 108 for any senior interested in trying out for the graduation musical performances.  Please come to the main office to sign up for a date and time.

Any senior involved with the spring play should sign up for May 8th so there is no conflict with rehearsal on the 1st.


Prom table sign ups are open outside Mrs. Rivera’s room and will be closing on Thursday, April 25 so please make sure to sign up before then.


On Friday, freshman, sophomores and juniors will have the opportunity to elect two student representatives from the sophomore class for the State Student Advisory Regional Council for the 2019-20 school year.  The SSARC is a group of elected students throughout Massachusetts who are helping make decisions about state educational policy and student rights. The ballot will be available on your class Google Classroom and the HHS Webpage.