Archive for May 2020
Virtual Science Fair Seeking Contributors
Holliston’s first-ever Virtual Science Fair opened on May 18th, 2020, and it is a productive way to keep the students of Holliston engaged and entertained during their quarantines.
Peace Poster Contest Update
The Holliston Lions Club sent information to the community about a month ago regarding the Youth Peace Poster Contest. Here is an update / reminder.
Jackson Leaving Holliston Public Schools
It is bittersweet that we officially announce the upcoming departure of Dr. Brad Jackson, Superintendent of Schools. Dr. Jackson will be leaving Holliston on June 30th to join the Shawsheen Valley Vocational Technical School District as their new Superintendent Director.
Holliston Cultural Council Announces Winners of Its Spring Writing Contest
his spring the Holliston High School English Department held two writing contests, both sponsored by the Holliston Cultural Committee. One contest was for poetry, the other for essays. The topic for each was the same: “You’ve Got to Start Somewhere.”
COVID-19: May 29, 2020 Update From Representative Dykema
May 29 Coronavirus Update As we wrap up the month of May, we are also coming to the end of Mental Health Awareness Month. Despite the end of the month, I hope we all continue to practice self-assessment and self-care and encourage those around us to do the same. A few years ago I took…
Select Board Completes Their Validation of 1/12 Budgets
Thursday, May 28th meeting of the Select Board began exactly at 7:00 pm. Town Accountant, Sharon Emerick, helped the Board determine the correct figures to be added to the Town’s 1/12 budget submission.
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Youth and Family Services Meets Remotely
Chair Darlene Vittori-Marsell opened the remote meeting of the Youth Advisory Committee at 7:05 PM Wednesday evening. The Committee heard the Director’s Report from Jaclyn Winer, Director of Youth and Family Services.
COVID-19: May 28, 2020 Update From Representative Dykema
As we do our best to be strategic and thoughtful about the strategy behind the COVID-19 response, there’s a lot of discussion about data. Not only does it help focus attention on facilities and communities that are impacted susceptible to the virus, but it helps us target resources to areas of highest need.
Select Board Continues 1/12 Budget Validation
Adopt a HHS Senior!
Holliston is recognizing our High School Class of 2020 through the “Adopt a Senior” program. All members of our community can get involved to help recognize our town’s graduating class.