Good Morning RAMS! Jonathan Lukowiak (the Holliston Ambassador for Project 351, an organization where students from all over the commonwealth unite together to perform acts of community service and kindness) is partnering with the local food pantries for an annual food drive. The Holliston Pantry Shelf helps families in poor or low-income situations by supplementing or providing families with enough food to sustain oneself everyday. We will be collecting donations for the food pantry in your homerooms from December 5th to the 9th. Did you know that most people will donate for Thanksgiving, but most also forget or can’t donate for Christmas soon after. Please consider donating a paper good or nonperishable item. Items that the pantry is always in need of are Paper Towels Progresso Soups Canned Tuna, Canned Turkey Cookies Cereal Snacks for kids lunches Please help if you are able. The homeroom with the most items donated will be rewarded with either a pizza party or ice cream social.
Hey drama club! Audition packets for the spring musical, Oliver, are here! Pick one up from Ms. Clifton-- room 224 in the 8th grade hall-- and sign up for an audition day on the drama board.
Good Morning, RAMS! You might remember that last week we ran the Turkey Trot as a fundraiser for the Holliston Food Pantry. After counting up all the donations, Adams Middle School will be providing the Food Pantry with a grand total of almost $460! Well done, those of you who contributed! And a particular thank you to the few individuals who donated more than the required $1! Your generosity serves as inspiration to all of us, especially as we start the month of December, a traditional month of giving to others.
Reminder that any band or chorus students interested in the Junior Districts Festival should pick up the information letter and sign-up sheet from Mr. Grina in Room 113.