Hollis Elementary

A Message from Mr. MacDonald

Dear Hollis Families,

Welcome to the Hollis School website! I hope that you find the information on this site both useful and valuable. Our website is updated often by Hollis parent Erin Kennedy. We appreciate her work and would welcome any advice as to how to improve our site.

Hollis School is a K-5 elementary school with approximately 500 students. We are the largest elementary school in town in terms of enrollment and teaching staff. Hollis School also houses the district's Language Based Program. We are a school that is dedicated to improving student achievement at all levels. The staff is highly qualified and committed to educating Braintree's young children. Our students are hardworking and accepting of others. The Hollis School PTO is an active group that consistently strives to help our school through organized fundraising activities.

The curriculum of the Braintree Public Schools is rigorous. With that in mind, we know that everyone must work together to raise intelligent and caring children. The motto of Hollis School is Together Everyone Achieves More or TEAM. We know that when students, teachers, families, and staff members work together as a team, there is nothing we can't accomplish!

Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns. Take care and enjoy our website.

Sincerely,
Tim MacDonald
Principal

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