NEW LOOK FOR OUR WEBSITE
The Placentino School website has a brand new look! Winnie Carey, our Technology Integration Specialist has worked to create a more user friendly Googe Site. Click on the link below to view:
GRADE 2 NATIVE AMERICAN TRAIL – CULTURE CONNECTION- DATE CHANGE
Due to the predicted weather for this week, the Native American Trail Culture Connection activity has been moved to Tuesday, October 28th and Wednesday, October 29th.
KINDERGARTEN HALLOWEEN PARADE
The Placentino Kindergarten Parade is scheduled for the 10/31/14 with a rain date of 10/30/14. The plan for our parade takes on a new shape as we have two parade sessions! Children in the AM Kindergarten session will parade in the morning, children who attend Full Day Kindergarten will parade twice, and children who are in the PM Kindergarten session will parade in the afternoon. Families are asked to remain outside the school house during the parade session for photo opportunities. The parade route will be entirely outside this school year!
PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE FOR THE PARADE BEFORE 9:30.
PLEASE DO NOT ARRIVE FOR THE PARADE BEFORE 1:00.
*Parking is limited! Please carpool if possible. Thank you!
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).
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.
FOOD PANTRY DAY
Thursday, November 20th, is Food Pantry Day at Placentino School. The Holliston Pantry Shelf (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.
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