April 28, 2016

posted Apr 28, 2016, 6:38 AM by Maryann Schofield


If anyone is interested in traveling on the third adventure to Peru next summer, please come to an informational meeting with Operation Wallacea in Mrs. C-O's room #327 on TONIGHT at 6pm.


Anyone who would like to perform music at Arts Saves Lives please sign up with Doug Calais in Room 205. 


The 3rd Annual Timothy O'Connell Foundation Wiffle Ball Tournament is on Saturday at the High School fields. First pitch is at 2 pm. To register, get a form from the Timothy O'Connell Foundation website or in the main office. We hope to see you all there!


Like mini golf?  Enjoy helping people out?  Come join the Habitat for Humanity mini-golf tournament on Saturday, May 7 and enjoy a day of mini golf, ice cream, lawn sports, fun, and charity.  See Mr. Galster in room 320 for information.


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 May 11, 2016. As a reminder, the presenter must be a current or retired Holliston School department employee.

Prom Tickets

Senior Prom tickets will be on sale in the Cafeteria during all three lunches TODAY.   The senior class will be collecting dues in advance of prom ticket sales.  Contact PJ Donnelly with any questions about your outstanding dues.  Your tickets must be bought by TODAY .

Senior Class Trip

Please return all permission slips by MAY 1ST to either Room 327 or the main office.

Junior/Senior Prom Guest Forms

Anyone intending to bring a guest to prom must fill out a guest form, turn it into the office and have it approved prior to purchasing a guest prom ticket. The forms take a few days to be approved so please make sure to turn in your form ASAP if you want to bring a guest. Forms are available in the main office.


The drop-in center will be NOT be open today!


There will be a Leo’s Club meeting TODAY right after school in the teacher’s Café.


In order to park your car in the parking lot, you need to display a valid parking pass. The first two rows are for Staff Parking Only.  At this point, all off the parking passes have been sold for the year. So if you do not have a valid parking pass, you should not be parking in the lot. 

Thank you for your cooperation!


The Relay for Life Club is holding a pie-a-teacher fundraiser to raise money for the American Cancer Society.  Some of the most well known staff members have volunteered as candidates!  Some of these include Mrs. Rivera, Mrs. Siglin (Sigs), Mr. Kelley, Mr. O’Conner, Mr. Murphy and Mrs. Murphy.  Each teacher will have a donation jar on their desk for the next two weeks.  The staff member with the most donations at the end will be pied.  Make sure to donate to our choice teacher ASAP!  See the posters in the halls for more details!


Holliston NHS is hosting a campus walk for the American Foundation for suicide prevention on May 15.  The walks run from 10 to 2 on the Holliston rail trail starting at Blair Square.  Sign up to walk or donate by searching for AFSP Holliston online and help end suicide in the U.S.  For more information contact Jamie Ogilvie.


If you were in Mr. Shiff’s Art I Honors class LAST semester, and want to display your artwork in “Art Saves Lives” on May 19th, you must meet with Mr. Shiff after school or during DSB.  If you do not meet with Mr. Shiff you will not be able to display your work in the Art Saves Lives.


Come see “And Then There Were None”, the Theatre 370 spring play TONIGHT, Friday and Saturday at 7:30.  With the show’s scary theme and special effects, it is recommended for ages 11 and up.  Tickets will be sold at Fiske’s, Coffee Have and at the door.  See Jake Barber, Lanie Myers, Emma Milligan and Amanda Willis for details.


"I Want To Play Inc. is an organization that teaches social skills to children in developing countries through sports. Donation boxes are going to be placed in the school to collect gently used sports equipment. Cleats, shin guards, tennis rackets, tennis shoes and girls’ equipment in particular would be greatly appreciated." 


The Environmental Club is hosting the bag2school fundraiser for the next month.  Any clothes, shoes, handbags, hats, soft toys, scarves, ties, jewelry and belts will be accepted in donation boxes outside the main office and side doors, as well as at the town hall and library. Thank you for your support and donations.


DVDs of the Fall Musical, “Into the Woods” are available for purchase in the main office.  Come pick-up a copy.