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RAMS News September 28, 2020

posted by Jessica Beattie

What You Can Find in this edition of RAMS News

September 28, 2020

-Student Days at RAMS

-Drop Off/Pick Up procedures

-School Pictures update

-RAMS Grab N Go Lunches

-Calendar 


Student Days at RAMS

The first full week is in the books, and our RAMS students and staff did an amazing job!  Moving forward we will be following the proposed schedule of; Cohort A (Mon/Tues rotating Weds) & Cohort B (Thurs/Fri rotating Weds) which is outlined below:

Grades 6-8 Cohort A:  In-school Tuesday, Wednesday (9/29,9/30)

Grades 6-8 Cohort B: In-school Thursday, Friday (10/1, 10/2)


Arrival & Dismissal Procedures

As a reminder, students not needing bus transportation may be dismissed daily at 12:45 and finish their day at home with the online portion of World Language and/or Academic Supports.  Those students needing bus transportation will be dismissed at 2:57 to take the bus home. If you would like your child to remain for the full day, and they do NOT need bus transportation, they will be dismissed out to the Linden St Loop at 2:33 for pickup or walking home.


*All morning Drop Offs should be done out at the Linden Street Loop, NOT out front of RAMS*


12:45 Pick Up: due to the high traffic flow, we have moved this pick up to the FRONT of RAMS. Vehicles will be lined up across the front of the parking lot in 3 lines. We ask that for student safety, you be patient and remain in your cars while we work with the students to find their vehicles.


2:33 Pick Up: Will be out at the Linden Street Loop. Please pull all the way to the top of the parking loop to the cones.  We will assist students in finding their vehicle, and then the vehicle may slowly pull out of the loop


3:00 Bus Pick up: All students requiring bus transportation will be dismissed to the FRONT of RAMS where they will board their bus.


We HIGHLY encourage students to walk or ride bikes. We have noticed many students arriving and leaving this way which has been great to see! We have bike racks located at the “field” side of RAMS where students can lock up their bikes.  ALL walkers and bikers should enter and exit through the FRONT of RAMS.


Below are links to our Arrival/Dismissal maps, as well as safe routes should your students want to walk or their ride bike. Additionally, if you live further and want to drop your student at a central location close to RAMS where they can walk, those are outlined as well.

7:50 Arrival & 2:33 Dismissal

12:45 Dismissal

SAFE Routes- All Walkers & Bikers


School Pictures-CoffeePond Photography

We are excited to offer school pictures to our students and staff. Your student should have received their picture packet Friday for Cohort B and will receive the packet Tuesday, September 29 for Cohort A. Weather permitting, all pictures will be taken outside.  Rain Dates will be October 30 and November 2.  


Additionally to make the process a bit easier, CoffeePond also has online order forms should you prefer this over the paper packet. Please go to www.coffeepond.com to complete the online order form.  


Picture Day Schedule for October 2 & 6:

Friday, October 2 (Grades 6-8 Cohort B ONLY) starting at 8:20am

Tuesday, October 6 (Grades 6-8 Cohort A ONLY) starting at 8:20am


For ALL Remote students, a picture schedule will be forthcoming for the October 30 & November 2 dates.


RAMS HYBRID Online Resources

As you may have seen on our school website, we have created a “go-to one stop shop” for any and all help you may need for your student. This resource has all teacher webpages, forms for students and families, and tech support. Please use the link below or go directly to the RAMS Web Page for access.

RAMS Hybrid One-Stop Shop Resource Page

 

RAMS Grab N Go Lunches

Just a reminder to all families and students, that our fabulous Holliston Food Services is providing “Free” lunch for all students as a Grab N Go.  Any student remaining for the day or leaving at 12:45 can order a Grab N Go lunch. Please remind students if they need a lunch to let staff know during first period attendance, the order will be put in, and lunches will be delivered to all classrooms prior to the 12:45 dismissal.

Calendar

September

28 No School/Yom Kippur

 

October

2 School Pictures Gr 6-8 Cohort B

6 School Pictures Gr 6-8 Cohort A

7 Wednesday/Cohort B In-School Day

9 Early Release/Teacher Professional Development dismissal @ 11:00 am 

(all students)

12 No School/Columbus Day

14 Wednesday/Cohort A In-School Day

21 Wednesday/Cohort B In-School Day

28 Wednesday/Cohort A In-School Day

 

 


School Pictures-October 2 & 6

posted Sep 24, 2020, 3:58 AM by Jessica Beattie   [ updated Sep 24, 2020, 5:45 AM ]

We will be holding our traditional back to school picture sessions with Coffee Pond.  Forms will be provided to all students on Friday, September 25 and Tuesday, September 29. To make things a bit easier, famlies can also complete all forms online at www.coffeepond.com  If completed online, students do NOT need to bring a form to school. 

The schedule will be as follows:
Friday, October 2 Grades 6-8 Cohort B starting at 8:30
Tuesday, October 6 Grades 6-8 Cohort A starting at 8:30

We will be creating a schedule for those students in Remote as soon as possible.

RAMS News September 19, 2020

posted Sep 20, 2020, 9:14 AM by Jessica Beattie

RAMS News Edition: September 19, 2020


-RAMS Hybrid Update

-Drop Off/Pick Up Procedures

-Safe Spaces

-Student Schedules

-French Hire

-Band/Chorus Update

-Unified ARTS schedule

-School Pictures

-Calendar


RAMS Hybrid Update

We want to celebrate our staff, students, and families for a very successful first few days of Hybrid/Remote Learning. While not at all a traditional model we are used to, it was so great to see our students both virtually and in-person, and to watch our teachers problem-solving, connecting, and working incredibly hard to help our students navigate this “new” way of learning. 

As indicated in a recent notification from our Superintendent, Dr. Kustka, below is an outline of groups that will attend this upcoming week. Please be sure to make note of the days, as it is important that we are not mixing cohorts of students.


A student can identify their cohort by opening their schedule in PowerSchool and it will be identified as “Track” A or B.

Monday, September 21

Grade 6 Cohort A ONLY

Identified Full-in 5 day/week Students

Tuesday, September 22

Grade 7 & 8 Cohort A ONLY

Identified Full-in 5 day/week Students

Wednesday, September 23

Grade 6 Cohort B ONLY

Identified Full-in 5 day/week Students

Thursday, September 24

Grade 7 Cohort B ONLY

Identified Full-in 5 day/week Students

Friday, September 25

Grades 6-8 Cohort B ONLY

Identified Full-in 5 day/week Students


Drop Off/Pick Up Procedures (7:50am Drop) (12:45 or 2:33 pickup)

  • Due to traffic, buses, and Placentino drops, ALL RAMS student drop off and pickup should be done at the Linden St Loop. This loop is located at the rear of our building off of Linden Street, closest to the 7th and 8th grade wings of the building

    • Turn down Linden Street you will see cones that mark the drop off entrance. 

    • Please be sure to pull all the way down the loop and have your student get out at the coned area.

    • Pickups at both 12:45 & 2:33 will be at this same loop

    • Walkers and Bikers may enter in the Main Lobby of RAMS

    • No dismissal notes are required for 12:43 dismissal, just be sure your child is aware of the pickup time

Safe Spaces

  • Upon arrival each day students will go directly to their designated “Safe Spaces” and sit at their assigned desks. Additionally, at 12:43 any students remaining in the building will return back to their “Safe Space”.

    •  Please review the following spaces with your child:

      • Grade 6: Gym Side 1 (Team 1 students) & Gym Side 2 (Team 2 students)

      • Grade 7:  Library (Team 1 students) & Cafeteria (Team 2 students)

      • Grade 8: 109 & Comp Sci (Team 1 students) & Auditorium (Team 2 students)


Student Schedule Changes

  • We appreciate your patience, flexibility, and understanding as we made some schedule changes for students based on staff hirings and maintaining appropriate student/teacher ratios to abide by our 6foot distancing requirement.

  • All schedules at this time should be solidified in PowerSchool. While we are in the midst of very “fluid” times, our hope is to maintain our finalized schedules whenever possible.


Traditional French (Gr 6-8)-New Hire

  • We would like to announce the hiring of our new Traditional French Teacher, Mdme Doradoux.  All students who are enrolled in French should be ready to begin French this week when it is designated on their schedule.


Band/Chorus Update

  • Here at RAMS our Band and Chorus programs have always been a highlight for our students and our staff. Due to CDC guidelines at this time we cannot have students participating in either of these programs in-person. We would like to figure out a creative solution, so that our musicians can continue to keep their skills , and therefore may provide an “afterschool” only zoom experience beginning at 3:30. We are still working to fill our Chorus teaching position, but are hopeful that this will be filled in the near future.


  • Please take a moment to complete the form linked below for any students interested in Gr 6-8 Band, and submit by Friday, September 25. Band Form

Unified ARTS

  • This year due to staffing, scheduling, and student to teacher ratios we are running ALL Unified ARTS on a Trimester Schedule.  Each grade will be assigned a Unified ART per Trimester. Please see the chart below for the 20-21 schedule



Trimester 1

Trimester 2

Trimester 3

Grade 6

Wellness/Comp Sci

Music

Art

Grade 7

Music

Art/Comp Sci

Wellness

Grade 8

Art

Wellness

Music/Comp Sci

Independent Learning Block (Gr 6-8)

  • This block is provided for students to complete “asynchronous” work for primarily World Language, and other content areas as needed. Additionally it is a time where students can take a brief mask break or bathroom break, without losing time on learning. Please note that this is scheduled during the World Language/Academic Support block (1:33-2:33) during either section 6 or 7.


Daily Morning Announcements

  • Daily morning announcements, to include the Pledge Of Allegiance, will be either recorded and shared out or streamed live on YouTube. This is our way to provide students with up to date information relative to the ongoings at RAMS whether they are remote or in-person.  Have your student open their email daily to receive this link.


School Pictures

  • We are planning to hold outdoor school picture sessions with CoffeePond on October 2 and 6 here at RAMS, weather permitting. More information regarding online order forms will be forthcoming. Additionally, we are also working out a schedule for all “Remote” students as well.


September Calendar

21 Grade 6 Cohort A

22 Grade 7 & 8 Cohort A

23 Grade 6 Cohort B

24 Grade 7 Cohort B

25 Grade 6-8 Cohort B


October Calendar


2 School Pictures Gr 6-8 Cohort B

6 School Pictures Gr 6-8 Cohort A



School Start Date Update (September 12, 2020)

posted Sep 12, 2020, 6:43 PM by Dan MacLeod   [ updated Sep 12, 2020, 6:43 PM ]

September 12, 2020

Dear Families:

Starting on Wednesday, September 16th, PreK-3 will begin a staggered start towards daily, in-person instruction. Grade 2 and Montessori Ages 6-8 at Placentino and Grade 3 at Miller will begin in-person instruction on September 16th.  Grade 1 will begin in-person learning on Thursday, September 17th.  Kindergarten will begin in-person learning on Friday, September 18th and Preschool will begin in-person instruction on Monday, September 21st.

In grades PreK-1, while they await to begin in-person instruction, students will meet with their teachers remotely for a series of activities and virtual orientations. Teachers will start the day at 8:45 for a whole class meeting and will then virtually meet with smaller groups of students throughout the day to orient them to the classroom, review arrival procedures, and to explain what they should expect for their first In-person day. The purpose of these interactions is to help orient students to the classroom and school environment while also building relationships with their teacher and classmates.

Starting on September 21st, Grades 4-12 hybrid students will begin a staggered start towards daily in-person instruction. The district is aiming to begin in-person instruction by cohort in Grades 4 & 5 and Grades 6-8 on Monday, September 21st.  Then on Tuesday, September 29th, we will aim to begin in-person instruction by cohort at Holliston High School in Grades 9-12.  In order to reach this timeline, the district will be doing everything in its power to recruit and hire for open positions, and to deploy administrators and other non-teaching staff to support supervision and safety needs in creative ways. Below you will see additional detail by grade level start dates. We appreciate your patience and understanding, as we forge ahead during uncharted times in education.

However, should staffing needs not be resolved so that proper safety protocols are able to be ensured, it may be necessary to delay the in-person start dates for grades 4-12 a bit longer, but this is not our intention at this time. Should this need to occur related to safe staffing needs, we will communicate this to families as early as possible. We are not alone, as many school districts are competing to find additional staff for safety positions and/ or to fill positions created from late resignations or leaves of absence related to Covid-19. 

As you know, we have asked for parent volunteers to support the in-person start dates, and there are still about 25 open school positions, and many bus monitor openings. These are available for new hires to apply for or volunteers to temporarily fill, to aid this process. Here is the survey link for volunteers and the Schoolspring link to apply for a position. As stated the other night, “It takes a village to raise our children/ educate the students” of HPS, and they/we need you.

Sincerely,

Dr. Susan E. Kustka

Interim Superintendent


Full In-person Wednesday, September 16th: In-Person Learning Schedule:

  • Grade 2 and Montessori Ages 6-8 will begin in-person instruction at Placentino.

  • Grade 3 will begin in-person instruction at Miller.

Thursday, September 17th:  In-Person Learning Schedule

  • Grade 2 and Montessori 6-8 will continue with in-person learning

  • Grade 3 will continue  in-person instruction at Miller.

  • Grade 1 will begin in-person learning

Friday, September 18thIn-Person Learning Schedule

  • Grade 2 and Montessori 6-8 will continue with in-person learning

  • Grade 1 will continue with in-person learning

  • Grade 3 will continue  in-person instruction at Miller.

  • Kindergarten will begin in-person learning 

  • Preschool will continue to meet with their teachers remotely as described.

September 21st:

  • Preschool will begin In-person learning (joining grades K-2)


Hybrid Model Grades 4-12


Wednesday, September 16- Friday, September 18

  • Grades 4-12 would all begin hybrid remotely 

    • Grades 4 & 5 hybrid would be remote for the first 3 days

    • Grade 6-8 would be remote  for the first 3 days

    • Grades 9-12 would be remote  for the first 3 days

Monday, September 21 

  • Miller Grades 4 & 5 and RAMS Grade 6-8 hybrid will aim to begin in-person learning by cohort.

  • Holliston High would remain remote for the week

Tuesday, September 29

  • Holliston High School in grades 9-12 will aim to begin in-person learning by cohort. 

  • All schools are in full hybrid mode.

RAMS News September 8, 2020

posted Sep 10, 2020, 5:10 PM by Jessica Beattie


What You Can Find in this edition of RAMS News

September 8, 2020

-Student schedule info

-Student Supply Lists

-RAMS Student Orientation Modules- Students Complete #2 & #3

-School Pictures update

-Important Health Info (Gr 7 ONLY)

-HPS Lunch Information

-Summer Reading

-RAMS Yearbook Pickup: 19-20 Grade 8 Students ONLY

-Calendar Events


Student Schedules

We appreciate your patience and understanding, as we continue to map out schedules and plans for the start of the school year.  We will be finalizing schedules this week and our plan is to release Grade 6 & 7 first, and then Grade 8.  An email blast will be sent to all parents once schedules are ready to be viewed in PowerSchool, please know that Powerschool is closed to all families while we are in the midst of this process.


Due to our efforts to meet the complex needs of ALL students in this COVID learning environment, there may be changes to initially assigned teams and cohorts. 


Phased in approach:  As you may have read in the HPS District Plan, we are using a “phased in approach” to ensure safety and efficiency as students begin coming into the building. Please see the dates below for when students begin “in-person learning”. Please see the grid below, all students will either be Remote or In-Person on September 16. 



Cohort A (Mon/Tues, Rotating Weds)

Cohort B (Thurs/Fri, Rotating Weds)

Grade 6

Remote (9/16-9/18)

Remote (9/16 & 9/17) In-person (9/18)

Grade 7

Remote (9/16-9/18)

Remote (9/16) In-person (9/17-9/18)

Grade 8

In-person (9/16), Remote 9/17-9/18

Remote (9/16) In-person (9/17-9/18)

Starting the week of 9/20 students will follow the Mon/Tues & Thurs/Fri Cohort days. Cohort B will be on Weds that week.


RAMS Athletics

As voted upon by both the Tri-Valley League and BAYS League, unfortunately  all area middle schools will not be offering Fall Sports.  A decision regarding Winter sports will be determined at a later date.  


Chromebook Insurance

Just as a reminder now that all of our students have RAMS Chromebooks, opting out of the payment means that you have not purchased the insurance. Please know that this will mean your child’s device is not covered if it is broken. If you have decided you want to purchase the insurance, please use the links below.

Device Loan Agreement/Insurance Info-How to Pay Online

Chromebook Care and Use Guide 20-21


Student Supply Lists

Below are student supply lists by grade. Please know due to the complexity of scheduling we have condensed all lists to be by grade and not by team or teachers.  Additionally, due to Remote Learning, it is important that students have earbuds with a microphone or preferably noise cancelling headphones. We have provided a few examples on each list.

Grade 6 Supply List

Grade 7 Supply List

Grade 8 Supply List

**Please have your child bring a beach towel or small yoga mat each day to use for outdoor seating**


RAMS Orientation Modules-Student Completion Necessary

New this year, we have created “RAMS Student Orientation Modules”. Our first one was sent out on Thursday, August 26, titled Student Orientation.  These modules are designed to orient students to the physical layout and changes to our building, while also providing pertinent information around the start of year expectations, health and safety, technology, and our handbook.  We ask that you have your child begin to review and complete modules 2 & 3 this week. Our final module will be sent out next week.  


RAMS Module #1: Student Orientation

RAMS Module # 2: Chromebook Care & User Guide

RAMS Module # 3: Student Safety, Health, and Wellbeing during COVID


School Pictures-CoffeePond Photography

While the school year is not starting as it typically does, we are working with CoffeePond Photography to schedule a “non-touch” school picture process for all students and staff.  We are finalizing these plans, but are looking to schedule this process for the beginning of October.


Health Records (Gr 7 ONLY)

Starting in the 2020-21 school year, all students entering Grades 7 and 11 will require a meningococcal conjugate vaccine, MenACWY (brand names Menveo or Menactra) prior to school entry in the Fall 2020.

Please click on the links below for more information regarding this vaccine and the age requirements for this vaccine as well.  Please send via mail or email (NO PHOTOS please) an updated copy of your student's immunization record that shows this vaccine.  If you have already sent this information to me, kindly disregard this notice. 

Meningococcal Vaccine Information Statement

Massachusetts School Immunizations

If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to reach out to our Nurse, Jen Olsen at olsenj@holliston.k12.ma.us

 

Important Food Services Information

HPS Food Services Info-Free & Reduced App


RAMS Yearbook Pickup (19-20 Grade 8 Students Only)

Yearbooks have arrived!! We will begin distribution with students who would be our former Grade 8 students (incoming Freshman).  All other yearbooks for the Grade 6 & 7 grade students from 19-20 school year will be issued within the first week of school. We will send out a reminder prior to the pickup days.

 

A-G

H-P

Q-Z

Tuesday (9/8) 3:00-4:00

Wednesday (9/9) 3:00-4:00

Thursday (9/10) 3:00-4:00

 

 

Calendar

Sept

1-4 No School/Staff Professional Development

7 No School/Labor Day

8-15 No School/Staff Professional Development

16 First Day of school for students- Grade 8 Cohort A (in-person) all other students in gr 6-8 Remote

 

NOTE: RAMS News will  be released the 1st and 15th of every month once school starts

 


RAMS Parent Q&A Recording

posted Aug 25, 2020, 12:38 PM by Jessica Beattie

RAMS Parent Q & A Recording

Monday, August 24 

7:00pm

For those of you who were unable to attend our RAMS Parent Q&A on Monday night, we have provided a link to the recording.   


Parent Q&A Recording


RAMS News August 21, 2020

posted Aug 22, 2020, 8:06 AM by Jessica Beattie


What You Can Find in this edition of RAMS News

August 21, 2020

-Student schedule info

-Student Supply Lists

-Chromebook Loan Agreements & Grade 6 Distribution

-RAMS Student Orientation Modules

-Important Health Info (Gr 7 ONLY)

-Schedule Information

-HPS Lunch Information

-Summer Reading

-RAMS Yearbook Pickup

-Calendar Events


Student Schedules

We wanted to reach out and let you know how much we appreciate your patience and understanding, as we continue to map out schedules and plans for the start of the school year.  Please know that it is our goal to send out student schedule information next week. 


Note: RAMS Admin will be holding two Parent Q & A zooms on Monday, August 24 at 12:00-1:00pm and 7:00-8:00pm. Information & zoom links will be emailed directly to parents.


Student Supply Lists

Below are student supply lists by grade. Please know due to the complexity of scheduling we have condensed all lists to be by grade and not by team or teachers.  Additionally, due to Remote Learning, it is important that students have earbuds with a microphone or preferably noise cancelling headphones. We have provided a few examples on each list.

Grade 6 Supply List

Grade 7 Supply List

Grade 8 Supply List


RAMS Orientation Modules-NEW

New this year, we have created “RAMS Student Orientation Modules” that will begin to roll out next Thursday, August 26, beginning with a virtual Grade 6 Orientation.  This is an innovative way to virtually connect with our students through both slides and videos. These modules are designed to orient them to the physical layout and changes to our building, while also providing pertinent information around the start of year expectations, health and safety, technology, and our handbook.  More information will be forthcoming next week relative to the expectations on the completion of these modules, but we are excited to begin reconnecting with our students soon!


Chromebook Loan Agreements & Grade 6 device pickup

At Robert Adams Middle School, each student is provided a Google Chromebook laptop computer, a carrying sleeve, and Chromebook charger. The aim of the Chromebook is to promote communication, collaboration, and critical thinking among our students and teachers. 


All families are expected to complete the 2020-2021 Robert Adams Middle School Chromebook Loan Agreement.  It is highly recommended that parents participate in an optional insurance program to provide coverage in case of loss or damage of the Chromebook.  We encourage families to review the 2020-2021 Chromebook Care and Use Guide before signing the loan agreement.  

Device Loan Agreement/Insurance Info-How to Pay Online

RAMS Chromebook Loan Agreement 20-21

Chromebook Care and Use Guide 20-21


Grade 6 Chromebook Pickup Plan-Thursday & Friday

Grade 6 Device Pickup Plan


Health Records (Gr 7 ONLY)

Starting in the 2020-21 school year, all students entering Grades 7 and 11 will require a meningococcal conjugate vaccine, MenACWY (brand names Menveo or Menactra) prior to school entry in the Fall 2020.

Please click on the links below for more information regarding this vaccine and the age requirements for this vaccine as well.  Please send via mail or email (NO PHOTOS please) an updated copy of your student's immunization record that shows this vaccine.  If you have already sent this information to me, kindly disregard this notice. 

Meningococcal Vaccine Information Statement

Massachusetts School Immunizations

If you have any questions/concerns, please feel free to reach out to our Nurse, Jen Olsen at olsenj@holliston.k12.ma.us

Important Food Services Information

HPS Food Services Info-Free & Reduced App


Summer Reading

Just a reminder to all students that they should be continuing to read throughout the summer months. Please use the link below to assist your child.

RAMS Summer Reading Guide



RAMS Yearbook

Yearbooks have arrived!! We will begin distribution with students who would be our former Grade 8 students (incoming Freshman).  All other yearbooks for the Grade 6 & 7 grade students from 19-20 school year will be issued within the first week of school. We will send out a reminder prior to the pickup days.

 

A-G

H-P

Q-Z

Tuesday (9/8) 3:00-4:00

Wednesday (9/9) 3:00-4:00

Thursday (9/10) 3:00-4:00

 

 

Calendar

Aug

24 RAMS Parent Q&A Zoom @ 12:00-1:00pm & 7:00-8:00pm

27 & 28 Grade 6 Chromebook Pickup

31 No School/ Staff First Day (Prof Dev)

 

Sept

1-4 No School/Staff Professional Development

7 No School/Labor Day

8-15 No School/Staff Professional Development

16 First Day of school for students

 


Fall Reopening Subcommittee Updates - July 16, 2020

posted Jul 19, 2020, 5:39 PM by Dan MacLeod

Hello Families and Staff,
 
 
We are excited to let you know that the district subcommittees have begun meeting, and we have added a parent and a teacher representative to each group, to help with our reopening planning.
 

As a reminder, if a family member has not completed the brief family survey regarding fall reopening, we ask that you do so no later than the end of the day on Friday, July 17, 2020, to help us in the planning process. A staff survey will be coming out shortly.

The following lists indicate the makeup of each of the five subcommittees. Thank you again to all who volunteered.

 

District Reopening Subcommittee Rosters

 

Teaching and Learning

 

Special Ed, 504, ELs                 

  

Peter Botelho

Assistant Superintendent

Kelly Camp

District SSD

Dan MacLeod

Director of Technology

Kim Condon

HHS SSA

Karen Archambault

HHS AP

Nicole Murray

RAMS SSA

David Jordan

RAMS Principal

Miller SSA

Miller SSA

Erica Linares

Miller AP

Carol DiCrutalo

Placentino SSA

Jaime Slaney

Placentino Principal

Mary Perry

Placentino, ECC

Hilary Bresnahan

Parent

Cindy Burrow

Parent

Brook Doire 

Teacher

Leslie Diamandis

Miller/Placentino Teacher

Student Supports & Health/Safety

Facilities, Operations, & Transportation

Lynne Bowler

District Nurse Leader

Keith Buday

Business Manager

Chris Cook

HHS AP

Nicole Bottomley

HHS Principal

Jess Beattie

RAMS AP

David Jordan

RAMS Principal

Jen Olsen 

RAMS Nurse

Dave Keim

Miller Principal

Cheryl Lassey

Placentino AP

Cheryl Lassey

Placentino AP

Catherine Harkin

Placentino Nurse

Amanda Rivera

HHS Teacher

Brielle Chadsey

Miller Teacher/Counselor

Tina Hein

Parent

Tereza Rodriguez

HHS Nurse

  

Deborah Kemmerer

Parent

   

Personnel & Staffing

Susan Kustka

Interim Superintendent

 

Dave Keim

Miller Principal

Nicole Bottomley

HHS Principal

 

Jaime Slaney

Placentino Principal

Jess Beattie

RAMS AP

 

Kimberly Collins 

Parent

Jaime Cutone

RAMS/District Teacher Rep

   
 

Dr. Susan E. Kustka

Holliston Interim Superintendent

508-429-0654 x1 

kustkas@holliston.k12.ma.us

 


It is the policy of the Holliston Public Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, color, homelessness, sexual orientation, age or disability in its educational programs, services, activities, or employment practices.


370 Hollis Street

Holliston, MA 01746

508-429-0654

 

2020 RAMS Summer Reading Grades 6-8

posted Jun 29, 2020, 7:58 PM by Jessica Beattie

Summer Reading

Our staff have put together a fantastic Summer Reading Resource for students in grades 6-8. Please take a look at the following link, and assist your child in continuing their learning over the summer months!!

RAMS Summer Reading Guide



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