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Keefe Tech Students Put Skills To Work For Natick House Building Project

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FRAMINGHAM, MA – Keefe Regional Technical School is pleased to announce that juniors and seniors from their Carpentry, Electrical and Plumbing career and technical programs will use their skills to build a duplex home located at 299/301 Bacon Street in Natick, MA, in partnership with Natick Housing Trust and Family Promise of Natick.

School Superintendent Dr. Cathy MacLeod hosts "Highlights from the Hill"

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School Superintendent, Dr. Cathy MacLeod is hosting a brand new program on HCAM called "Highlights from the Hill". On the program she fills you in about the latest happenings throughout Hopkinton schools. The first episode aired in September and all episodes can be seen on our youtube playlist.

Athletic Field Report

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Picture From the Keep Smilin' 4 Abbie Fundraiser Aug. 6, 2016

Dear Hopkinton Community,

This report is offered as an update to the preventative maintenance that was planned for this past summer, the unexpected challenges the department had to overcome, the efforts to resolve problems on fields 3 and 10, and long range plans for the upkeep of the Hopkinton Public Schools Athletic Fields.

Hopkinton School Committee Opens Applications for "Athletic Fields Sub-Committee"

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The Hopkinton School Committee is seeking applications for participation in an Athletic Fields Sub-Committee. The purpose of the Sub-Committee is to facilitate the development of a proposed athletic field master plan and make recommendations to the School Committee for any new capital projects. This will be a public committee and operate subject to the Open Meeting Law.

Encourage a Good Self-Image

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Experts say self-confident teens are better equipped to resist negative peer pressure. That can help them avoid behavior that can be risky or distract them from their efforts in school.

Teaching these things can help your teen’s self-image:

Video: Center School Flag Day 2016

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Center School held their annual Flag Day ceremony on "Flag Day" Tuesday June 14th. Center School students wore red, white and blue, waved US flags, sung patriotic songs and read patriotic poems to celebrate our country. View the ceremony below. See many pictures of the Center School Flag Day Ceremony here!

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Video: Hopkinton Middle School Video Club Last Meeting

The Hopkinton Middle School TV/Video club had their last meeting of the school year. Throughout the year, the club produced a weekly newscast that aired throughout the school on Fridays. Students had the opportunity to run camera, anchor at the news desk, run teleprompter, use the green screen, operate lighting and take the cameras to interview HMS students and staff. HCAM news caught up with students Josh Blangeard, Victoria Allen, Kevin Wang, Manoli Barris, James Muzzy and Elden Rozy as well as Club Instructor, HCAM's, Courtney Taylor.

Fall Sports Signups for Hopkinton High School Now Open

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Dear Parents,

Fall sports sign ups are now open. Please visit the high school athletic home page and scroll down to the Family ID button and register your son or daughter for Fall sports. Please note you can upload his/her current physical right onto the Family ID site if you need to update it for the Fall. Physicals are good for 13 months.

Thank you
Jeanette Emerson
Athletic Trainer

Video: Blackstone Valley Wealth Management LLC. awards 2016 HHS graduate scholarship

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Blackstone Valley Wealth Management LLC. announced the recipient of their annual Hopkinton High School Scholarship. The scholarship is rewarded to a Hopkinton High School graduating senior who is pursuing a higher education and is a child in a single-parent home. This years recipient was Andrew Simi. Simi will be attending Umass-Amherst next year studying Operation and Information Management.

HHS Dedicates Cafe

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June 7, 2016 - I wanted to let you know our Student Council presented Audrey Vorce a plaque this morning renaming our cafeteria area to "Audrey's Place" after 38 dedicated years to the Hopkinton School system. The plaque will be prominently displayed in the serving area for years to come. Audrey's daughter, granddaughter, husband and a few other family members were also in attendance this morning.

Congrats again to Audrey on her retirement and a big thanks to Brian Prescott, Jen Martell and our Student Council for their work on this dedication.

Sincerely,
Evan

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