Class of 2016 Fundraiser

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The sophomores will be holding a fundraiser at Bill's Pizza on Monday, June 9th. Ten percent of every purchase made throughout the entire day will be donated to the class. Please support our class by stopping by for a snack or for dinner. Thank you!

Last Session of the Season

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You are invited to join Wake up and Smell the Poetry's for our last program of the season Saturday, June 21st.

Featuring Elijah Imlay, Teresa Mei Chuc and Ergo Canto.
Open mic for poetry, story and song to follow.
Hosted/co-produced by Cheryl Perreault and filmed by the HCAM-TV crew for later cable television program.
HCAM-TV Studios are at 77 Main St. Hopkinton.

Sobriety Checkpoint This Weekend

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The Massachusetts State Police holds a Sobriety Checkpoint in Middlesex County.

The checkpoints are held Saturday, June 7, into Sunday, June 8, on a public way within Middlesex County.

Hopkinton Farmers Market Opens Sunday June 15th

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HOPKINTON – Sunday, June 15th marks the opening of this summer’s Hopkinton Farmers Market. The market will be open every Sunday from June 15th through October 19th from 1-5pm on the Town Common, giving residents of Hopkinton and surrounding towns a welcome green space to gather, visit with friends and buy their locally grown food for the week.

Dog Rescues His “Girl”

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HOPKINTON, MA (May 27, 2014) – Staff at Baypath Humane Society received a call last week about a pair of dogs who appeared to have been dumped nearby. They were able to find the male, a sweet young dog they named Mush—but his mate proved elusive. She was hiding in a far away field, scared and alone—until a staff member brought Mush to the scene. Mush saved the day, giving his girl Blush the confidence to come running to safety.

Planning Board Approves Verizon Building Modifications

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The Planning Board voted to approve the site plan for the Verizon building at 35 Hayden Rowe Street during their June 2 meeting. A new generator is required at the site because the current generator is running at 100% capacity. Everything in the building has to be connected to the generator in the event of a power outage, and currently the building cannot be expanded because of this. Present at the meeting were architect Dennis Gray, consultants Lawrence Copley and Sandra Lake, and Verizon representative Scott Robinson.

Flamingos Are Back!!

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They’re back! Under the cover of darkness eHop will once again be herding a flock of 24 friendly flamingos around town. To join in on the fun, send a flock to a friend! Visit our website shop to order or simply email Tara Sanda and she can help you out at

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Golden Pond Assisted Living receives Massachusetts award for Best Direct Care from Mass-ALFA 2014

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Golden Pond Assisted Living Executive Director, Katy Tavares announced today that Michelle Bassett, lead Home Health Aide at Golden Pond Assisted Living, received the Federation's award for best direct care at the annual awards dinner held Monday, May 12th at the Burlington Marriot Hotel. The affair was hosted by Kim Carrigan, a longtime anchorwoman for the Fox News, and co-host for WRKO AM 680’s morning business-radio broadcast, The Financial Exchange.

College Prep Information Session for Juniors Tuesday June 17th at Library

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Date: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Location: Hopkinton Public Library, 13 Main St., Hopkinton

Kristin Nichols, M. Ed., a college admission professional, will lead a discussion of case studies for students and parents to learn about the college admission process. Due to upcoming changes to the SAT, this event is limited to current High School juniors ONLY and their parents. For more information on Kirstin Nichols, visit

Additional Date Added for Co-Teaching Public Forum

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Tuesday June 3rd 7:00-9:00pm at the High School Library and Wednesday June 4th 7:00-9:00pm at the Middle School Library
The Director of Student Services, Marijane Hackett and Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Cathy MacLeod will present an overview to explain the philosophy behind co-teaching. As you may be aware, one of the instructional interventions that will be offered for students next year involves placement in a co-taught classroom. The forum is intended to provide an opportunity to answer any questions you may have.


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