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Hopkinton Community Mental Health Needs Assessment

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WE WANT YOUR OPINION

Mental Health Collaborative in partnership with Hopkinton Youth and Family Services is
conducting an online survey in Hopkinton to better understand the mental health needs in our
community.

We encourage all Hopkinton residents ages 18 and above to participate in this brief, anonymous
online survey.

Please note that survey will be available from September 12, 2019 through October 5,
2019.

Video: Scenes of the First Day of School in Hopkinton

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We have put together a collection of photos from the First Day of School in Hopkinton, all photos were submitted by viewers and social media followers. View the photos in the video below and also at our Scene in Hopkinton.

If you would like to submit a First Day photo to add to our Scene in Hopkinton, feel free to email [email protected].

Video: Richard Cormier talks about becoming new Hopkinton HS Athletic Director

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Mendon resident, Richard Cormier is the new Athletic Director at Hopkinton High School. For the last 3 years he served as the Athletic Director at Foxboro High School and the 12 years before that as the Head Coach of Boys Basketball and a Teacher at Norwood.

Rich mentioned that the move will allow him to spend more time with his family. "The ability to be a little bit closer to home, run home and see my kids before a night game is definitely appealing on a personal level."

View more in the interview below.

Video: School Superintendent, Dr. Carol Cavanaugh Talks Preparations for upcoming School Year

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The 2019-2020 School year is less than a week away and Superintendent, Dr. Carol Cavanaugh stopped in to talk about how preparations are going for the upcoming School year. Some of the topics included enrollment numbers, renovations, the new School Bus parking lot and what is left to do before the Schools officially open up.

Video: Superintendent Dr. Carol Cavanaugh Updates on new Hopkinton Middle and High School Traffic Patterns

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The 2019-2020 school year is set to start on August 28th and Dr. Carol Cavanaugh stopped by the HCAM studios to share some important information regarding the new traffic patterns on Hayden Rowe Street for Hopkinton Middle and High School.

Hopkinton High School Hires New Athletic Director

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Hopkinton High School has hired former Foxborough High School A.D. Rich Cormier to take over as Athletic Director. Former Athletic Director, Dee King recently stepped down due to family reasons. Dee had been the Hopkinton A.D. since 2016.

Rich Cormier worked the last 3 years as the Foxborough HS Athletic Director and before that coached 11 seasons of Boys Basketball at Norwood High School. Cormier will start his new role in Hopkinton towards the end of the month.

Video: Keep Smilin 4 Abbie Hosts 6th Annual Field Hockey Event

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Keep Smilin 4 Abbie recently hosted their 6th annual Field Hockey event at Teamworks in Northborough. Hopkinton alumni and current players participated as well as several surrounding towns. The event drew a big turnout and raised a good amount of funds to help stop Anaphylaxis. View more about the organization at: www.keepsmilin4abbie.org and view scenes from the event in the video below.

Video: Interview with Lauren Anderson Fundraiser Hosts

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In the below video, I sat down with Kathy Kilduff and Curran Leahy-Lonigro to talk about the Lauren Anderson Memorial Fundraiser.

“A sparkle.” That is how people who knew Lauren Anderson would have described her. Lauren and her family – parents Riki and Bob and sisters Amy and Julie - moved to Hopkinton in 1983. They quickly embraced the advantages of living in a small, family-oriented town of what was then about 6,000 people.

Small Town With a Big Heart: Lauren Anderson Memorial Fundraiser

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“A sparkle.” That is how people who knew Lauren Anderson would have described her. Lauren and her family – parents Riki and Bob and sisters Amy and Julie - moved to Hopkinton in 1983. They quickly embraced the advantages of living in a small, family-oriented town of what was then about 6,000 people.

LAUREN’S STORY
Lauren was five years old when she arrived in Hopkinton. According to her mother, Riki, from a young age, Lauren was always determined, set goals for herself and achieved those goals through perseverance.

Video: Marathon Elementary Flag Day Ceremony 2019

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Marathon Elementary hosted their 1st Flag Day since moving to the new campus. In the video below, view scenes from the ceremony including an interview with the creator of the program, Tom Argir. Tom was a former Principal of Center School and was welcomed back to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Flag Day ceremony.

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Full Ceremony:

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