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beFree Handball Tournament Friday March 17

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The beFREE! Project is sponsoring another alternative social event for High School students this Saturday night. This event is open to all Hopkinton High School students.

beFREE! HANDBALL TOURNAMENT
Saturday, March 17th 7:00 - 10:00PM
High School Athletic Center
Admission: $5 per player, teams must register at HS by Thursday
Admission is FREE to watch friends play.

High School students are encouraged to come watch their friends compete for prizes and bragging rights!

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Science Fair at Elmwood School

Watch the HCAM News video as we visit the 2nd Grade Science Fair at Elmwood School!

Destination Imagination Team Advances to State Championship

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The Hopkinton Middle School 7th grade Destination Imagination team won the Regional DI competition in Douglas this weekend for the challenge “Solar Stage” yesterday and was awarded a Renaissance award for outstanding design, engineering, and performance. The team consists of five girls - Erin Webb, Riley Strickland, Emma Griffiths, Team Manager Linda Holly, Heather Holly, and Elise Kiszla. The team moves on to represent Hopkinton in the DI State Championships at Worcester Polytech at the end of the month on March 31st.

HPTA Summer Activities & Wellness Fair this Saturday

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The Hopkinton Public Schools present the 10th annual Wellness Fair on Saturday, March 10 from 10am to 2pm at Hopkinton High School. This event will showcase more than 30 groups, organizations, and businesses that promote health, safety and fitness. Visit the Interactive booths, learn about healthy foods and products. Activities for ALL AGES! Events are taking place in the high school cafeteria, the athletic center and the auditorium, so be sure to check the schedule below.

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Hiller Cheerleaders Continue Fundraising Efforts for Trip to Nationals

As part of their efforts to raise money for their upcoming trip to Nationals in Florida later this month, the Hillers Cheerleaders hosted a trivia night at the Woodville Rod and Gun Club on March 2nd.

Since the event was 21+, the girls themselves were unable to attend, but they worked hard in planning, not just this event, but all of the fundraisers.

Elmwood Science Fair Photos

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Students at Elmwood School gathered in the cafeteria this morning to present the results of their science projects. Watch for the HCAM News video on Friday night at 6 and 10PM. To see photos, visit our photo website, Scene in Hopkinton.

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HPTA Online Auction Goes Live March 9

Watch the HCAM News video as Karen Bograd, Donations Chair for the HTPA's Online Auction, talks about the preparations for this year's event. The Online Auction goes live March 9-21, featuring hundreds of items, including electronics, jewelry, restaurant gift certificates, and more!

The Children's Gallery Family Fun Event is Saturday, March 24 and will be held this year at Hopkins School. Check out the ever popular themed baskets, interactive games and fun from 12-4PM at the Hopkins School Gym.

Middle School Principal Alan Keller to Run Boston Marathon

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The Hopkinton Education Foundation today announced, the “Run a Principal Out of Town” (RAPOOT) fundraising program. This program, the first of its kind, is a collaborative fundraising effort supporting education, community, health and athletics. The Hopkinton Education Foundation and the Hopkinton Public Schools are coming together with the support of the 26.2 Foundation to sponsor Hopkinton Middle School principal, Alan Keller, to run the 116th Boston Marathon on April 16, 2012.

School Committee to Form Ad-Hoc Committee to Evaulate Options for Hopkinton's Elementary Schools

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At its March 1, 2012 meeting, the School Committee voted to create a Criteria Working Group (‘CWG’)
to draft potential criteria against which future Elementary School Building Project options will be
measured.

The CWG will be officially appointed by the School Committee as an ad-hoc committee. The CWG will be
led by the Assistant Superintendent and will report directly to the School Committee. No School
Committee members will participate in the work group. All interested citizens are encouraged to apply.

Much Ado About Nothing Next Weekend

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Hopkinton High School Drama Ensemble is getting ready to perform their winter offering, Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare. The set is built, the costumes created, and the lines memorized.

The cast includes 40 students, featuring the work of Mehr Kaur as Beatrice, Kate Brush as Hero, Alex Kirshy as Benedick, Aiden Connelly as Claudio, and Liam Horsman as Don Pedro. The play is set at an Italian Villa in Tuscany in the mid 1980's.

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