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School Lunch Prices Increase

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A note from the Office of the Superintendent of Schools was sent to parents today explaining the increase in cost for student lunches. See notice below:

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The Chief's Beat: A Message to Motorists as the School Year Begins

The Hopkinton Police Department would like to remind everyone that the Hopkinton Public Schools will be opening on Tuesday August 30, 2011.
To help protect the children we urge motorists to:

- Slow down near schools and in residential areas
- Obey speed limit of 20 MPH in School Zone when lights are flashing
- Plan for extra travel time if you’ll be traveling during times when children will be traveling to and from school
- Use extra caution at intersections, crosswalks and other locations where children may be walking to and from school

Invitation from Superintendent Landman

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Read the welcome letter sent to parents from School Superintendent Dr. Jonathan Landman and his invitation to participate in one of his upcoming public forums.

Dear Hopkinton Parents and Guardians:

Arrest Made in Break-In at High School

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Hopkinton Police responded to the High School for a burglar alarm activation on Tuesday, August 23, 2011 at approximately 12:45AM. Upon their arrival, officers observed a subject running about inside the school and requested assistance from Holliston and Ashland as well as from the Massachusetts State Police K-9 unit.

According to a press release issued this morning, officers noticed an open exterior door and a subject attempting to flee the school, but the subject was quickly apprehended and taken into custody.

Conversation with Superintendent Landman

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Another opportunity to share your ideas, views and concerns with Hopkinton's new Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Jonathan Landman. Landman will be holding another public forum for parents and other interested community members at the Hopkins Library on Thursday, August 25 from 12-2PM. To see the invitation and RSVP, Click Here.

Middle School/High School Bus Routes Posted

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Twelve days to go and counting......How early will you have to get up to catch your bus? Bus routes for the Middle School and High School are now posted on the School District website.

Principal Geary Welcomes New Chinese Teacher

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Hopkinton High School is pleased to welcome Xiaona Wang, an exchange teacher from the city of Anshan in the Liaoning Province of China, who will teach Mandarin Chinese at the high school and do enrichment programs at the middle school this year. Ms. Wang has been teaching English to Chinese students for 12 years and she is currently a teacher at Dalian Yuming Senior High School, a school with over 2000 students, in the Liaoning province of China.

HHS Golf Fundraiser Postponed to August 24

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The decision has been made to postpone the Hopkinton Golf Fundraiser from this Monday, Aug. 15TH to the new date WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24TH- Same times @ Shining Rock C.C. Registration 11:00-11:30 and golf at noon.

This decision was based on the forcast of rain all day on Monday. The Shining Rock C.C. needed to have an answer by this morning because they had to plan on food for 160 people. So let's hope our date on Aug. 24th is a beautiful day. It's the day before we start our HHS golf try-outs and season. Good way to kick off the new season.

Host Families Needed for International Students

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Hopkinton High School will host new international students this fall. The district is still looking for host families. Currently there are three students to place; two females and one male, all from China. A family to host the new Chinese teacher is also needed. All of these students and teacher are looking for a home for the year.

For more information email, Ashoke Ghosh at [email protected] or call the high school at 508-497-9820 ext. 1005.

Another Chance for Conversation with Superintendent Landman

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As part of a series of informal conversations, a small group gathered in the Hopkins School library on Tuesday, August 2 to share their thoughts about Hopkinton's schools with Superintendent Jonathan Landman.

While several of the topics discussed were administrative in nature, Landman was looking for feedback on quality of instruction, amount of homework and whether or not students at various grade levels were challenged.

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