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HHS Teacher Earns Excellence Award

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Michael Sullivan recognized for commitment to psychology education
WASHINGTON - Michael Sullivan, A psychology teacher at Hopkinton High School in Hopkinton,
Massachusetts, has been named a winner of the 2015 APA TOPSS Charles T. Blair-Broeker
Excellence in Teaching Award by the American Psychological Association’s Committee of
Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools.
“Michael shares a dedication to teaching in the classroom that is simply awe inspiring,” said Mike

HHS Principal's Message to Jr. Parents

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Dear Parents of Juniors

I came across this article in the New York Times earlier this spring as our juniors were right in the middle of their Junior Guidance Seminars. The messages within it have stuck with me since, and I wanted to share it with you all in the hopes you might find it meaningful as you begin this year of post-secondary preparation and planning.

Give Your Teen Guidelines for Practicing Good Judgment

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Having good judgment is a necessary step toward becoming responsible. It is also a difficult step. Teens are naturally impulsive. They often act first and think later. Reversing that behavior can sometimes be a challenge to parents.

Here are some ways to guide your teen toward practicing good judgment:

Superintendent MacLeod & Mrs. Dubeau present All Star Reading

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Reading to, and with, your child is the most important thing that parents can do to support their developing reader. Please join Superintendent, Cathy MacLeod and Center School Principal, Lauren Dubeau for an informative series focused on supportive reading strategies parents can use to make reading together stress-free and fun!

Hillers Blanked Lancers

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Girls Varsity Tennis blanked Norton 5-0 this afternoon. The Hillers end the regular season at 17-1 overall and 13-1 in the TVL, and await the tournament seedings the first week of June.

The 3 seniors all started the match today (Senior Day). Senior Olivia Anderson took #1 Singles 6-1, 6-0. Senior Sydney Emerson paired up with Olivia Centrella at #1 Doubles and won 6-0, 6-0. Senior Carola Segale played with Emma Litavis at #2 Doubles and bested their opponents 6-2, 6-2.

Don't Let Your Student Become a Distraction

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Teachers can't teach if they're busy disciplining students. Parents can help teachers make the most of learning time by reinforcing school rules. That includes talking about them and enforcing the same rules at home.
What is it that teachers need students to do most? Here are some basic rules that will keep your teen out of trouble in the classroom:

Keefe Tech Seniors Accepted into Competitive Nursing Programs

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Choosing to attend Keefe Regional Technical High school has greatly
impacted students majoring in the Health Careers Program. Acceptance into competitive nursing
programs is a challenging prospect. This year, Health Career seniors are thrilled their practical
training and hard work has paid off!

Keefe Tech Announces Term 2 Honor Roll Students

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FRAMINGHAM, MA – Keefe Regional Technical School is pleased to announce the following students have been named to the school’s Term 2 Honor Roll.

Ashland – High Honors: Grade 9, Sean Lammerding. Honors: Grade 9, Jake Cushing, Erin Keefe, Ana Sheehy and Nicholas Shibel. Grade 10, Nickolas Grover, Makayla Hicks and Nicolas Rioux. Grade 11, Madison Brown, Nicholas Cunningham, Kevin MacLeod, Joseph Rock, Michael Taddeo and Tatiana Tinsley-Busby. Grade 12, Travis Morazzini, Jocelyn Orellana, Nicole Shearer and Leticia Silva.

Raiders Top Hillers in Rematch

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The Hiller Girls Varsity Tennis Team was served there first loss of the season, losing to the Raiders 3-2 at Dover-Sherborn.

Hopkinton won at #1 Singles and #1 Doubles (Olivia Anderson 6-0, 6-2; Sydney and Laney Emerson 6-1, 6-1). But D/S played a very strong rematch (HHS prevailed 4-1 the first time the teams met) and won the final 3 points all in close, hard fought matches.

Juniors Traveled Around the World for Post Prom

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The Post Prom Party after the HHS Junior Prom was a terrific success! This event provides a safe and exciting place for the students to go to after prom. An amazing committee, comprised of Hopkinton High School’s Junior Class parents, came up with a theme and plans to transform the High School into a fun festive venue.

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