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November 3, 2014

posted Nov 3, 2014, 11:03 AM by Winnie Carey
PICTURE RE-TAKE

Please see your photo envelopes for information on retaking the school photo. If the photos are 

worthy of a re-take, the photographers from Coffee Pond will be back at our school on Friday, 

November 7th

CORI FORMS

If you are planning to volunteer at Placentino School, please complete a CORI Form prior to 

your visit during the school day. Our offices require up to two weeks in advance completing this 

check, so please send in your forms as soon as you can. The CORI Form can be found in the link 

labeled “Forms” on our website (http://placentino.holliston.k12.ma.us/general-info/publications/

forms). Please call the office a few days ahead of your visit to be sure your documents have 

been processed.

HEPTSA BINGO NIGHT

Come and join in on a family fun event! Families join together to play a game of BINGO. 

Children are encouraged to help call-out numbers and there are prizes for each game, come 

one, come all! The HEPTSA BINGO Night is scheduled for 11/7/14. Please see the HEPTSA 

webpage for additional information. 

FAMILY READING NIGHT

Come and join the fun! We gather together in the cafetorium, comfy and cozy in our pajamas and 

blankets to listen to stories read and told aloud. Our readers for the evening are: 

Ellen Ahern

Christine Petersen

Susan Gleason

Linda Weene

Tracy Alexander (children's Librarian at the public library)

FOOD PANTRY DAY


Thursday, November 20th

(http://www.hollistonpantryshelf.org/index.html) supplies food free of charge to Holliston 

residents in need. The Pantry is different from other food pantries in several aspects. First, 

the Pantry is open five days a week all year. Furthermore, the Pantry allows clients to shop 

for their own food, a completely unique approach. Finally, the Pantry has no paid staff and 

relies on volunteers to run it. Therefore, all money received goes either toward buying food or 

maintaining the space for the Pantry. The Pantry relies entirely on private donations and receives 

no municipal, state, or federal support. Items most needed at the Pantry: Canned Soups, Peanut 

Butter, Canned Meats/Tuna, Snacks, Paper Towels, Toilet Paper. Students may bring 

donations to school which will be collected by the classroom teacher.

, is Food Pantry Day at Placentino School. The Holliston Pantry Shelf 

LUNCH MENU


DATES TO REMEMBER

November

7 Picture Re-Take Day

7 HEPTSA Bingo Night

11 Veterans Day (NO SCHOOL)

12 Family Reading Night

19 School Council

26 1⁄2 Day of School

27 & 28 Thanksgiving Break

December

18 Food Pantry

24 to January 2 Winter Break (back to school on January 5)
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