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Holliston Public Schools, Office of Student Services, will be destroying Special Education Records of students born prior to 1991.
Pick-up of records may be arranged by calling the Office of Student Services. An individual 18 years of age or older, unless adjudicated, must request his/her own records at (508) 429-0662 between the hours of 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. Proper photo identification is required. All records for students born prior to 1991 will be destroyed after August 14th, 2015.

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Chadsey Should Ensure Smooth Transition For Girls Soccer

Brielle Chadsey is the new girls soccer coach at Holliston High, and to say that she paid her dues before taking the varsity reins is putting it mildly.
The 32-year-old Chadsey, who played soccer at Ashland High, became Holliston’s freshman coach when she joined the staff as an elementary guidance counselor at the Miller School in 2008. After three years at the frosh coach, she moved up to the junior-varsity level and guided that program for three campaigns. Her first season with the jayvees produced a 14-1-3 record

Sounds of Africa at Southwick’s Zoo

Southwick’s Zoo is continuing their 50th anniversary festivities with Sounds of Africa on Saturday, August 15. This dynamic event will offer visitors the opportunity to experience and learn about African music and dance. Daytime activities within the zoo will include performances by Cape Verdean musician and recording artist Ras Moon, Balafon Player Famoro Diobate, and Mali style Guitar Player Abdoulaye “Djoss” Diabaté. Drum workshops will be provided by Gaia Roots and master drummer Moussa Traore. A dance workshop will also be available with master dancer Joh Camara.

Volunteers Step Forward to Show Holliston Pride

A slew of volunteers turned out for the first ever community Holliston in Bloom cleanup on July 18 and 19.
“I think we saw nearly 70 people,” says HIB volunteer Cherry Fenton. “We weeded and edged and mulched a lot of places in Holliston. There was a command center in Blair Square and we had someone there who told people where to go.”
Volunteers spruced up Blair Square, Stoddard Park, Goodwill Park, Town Hall, Holliston Public Library, the Holliston Historical Society, and couple of traffic islands, says Fenton.


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