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From the School Committee: Tax Impact of New School

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On February 9th, 2011 the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA), the agency that funds school construction, approved a new PreK – 5 elementary school at Fruit Street. To seek funding for this project, residents will be asked to appropriate funding at a Special Town Meeting (STM) on March 21, 2011 at 7:00 pm in the High School Athletic Center. If the warrant passes at STM, then the funding must be further approved at a special election on March 28, 2011, 7:00 am – 8:00 pm in the Middle School Brown Gym.

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Leadership Academy Launches at Hopkinton Middle School

One hundred and ten eighth graders, members of the newly created ELC Leadership Academy attended their first meeting at the Hopkinton Middle School on Tuesday, March 1. Founded by science teacher Evren Gunduz, the Enjoy Life Club is a revolutionary program designed to educate and mentor students in the art of positive leadership.

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The Franchonia Election at Hopkinton High

As part of Mike Franchock’s AP Language and Composition class at Hopkinton High School, students study politics, power and rhetoric; the art of using language effectively and persuasively. They do so in a very creative way, participating in a mock election campaign in a country called Franchonia, created by Franchock.

Superintendent Interviews This Week

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Candidate interviews for the position of School Superintendent take place this week. All interviews will take place in the High School Library. The schedule is as follows:

Dr. Jonathan Landman - Monday, February 28 at 6PM.
Dr. Karen LeDuc - Tuesday, March 1 at 6:30PM.
Dr. Anne Wilson - Tuesday, March 1 at 8PM
Dr. Stephen Russell - Wednesday, March 2 at 6:30PM

Public Information Forum at Center School

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On Monday, March 7 at 6pm, the School Committee is conducting a public information forum to provide information regarding the Elementary School Building Project and longer grade span elementary schools. The public is invited to come to ask questions and offer comments

Monday, March 7, 2011
6:00 pm: Tours of Center School Available
7:00 pm: Public Information Forum regarding Districting and Building Project
Center School Cafeteria

Snow Date:
March 16, 2011
6:00 pm
Center School Cafeteria

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HPTA 50/50 Raffle

HPTA’s First 50/50 Raffle - Tickets on sale through March 13. Only 300 $100 Tickets will be sold for a total cash pot of $30,000*. $15,000* will go directly to HPTA’s Technology Fund for the Hopkinton Schools. $15,000* will be divided among 3 winning tickets!. Purchase a $100 ticket and you have 1 in 300 chance of winning $12,000! Purchase one ticket with 9 friends and your $10 investment could win you $1,200! Purchase one ticket with 4 friends and your $20 investment could win you $2,400! There is no minimum number of $100 tickets that must be sold, but the number of tickets sold will be capped at 300. The cash post will be $30,000 if all 300 tickets are sold. Cash award will be less (half the cash pot) if fewer tickets are sold. Tickets will be on sale from February 12 - March 13. Drawing will be held at halftime during The Harlem Wizards Event. For more information, go to http://www.hptaonline.com/fundraisers.html.

Superintendent Finalists Down from 5 to 4

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In a press release today from Kim Pulnik, Director of Human Resources for the Hopkinton Public Shools, it was announced that Mr. James Jolicoeur, candidate for Superintendent of Schools, has withdrawn his candidacy. Jolicoeur has accepted a position with the Town of Leominster.

To learn more about the four remaining candidates Click Here.

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Hopkinton High School Mock Trial Team

The Mock Trial Program of Massachusetts is open to all public and private high schools in the state. At Hopkinton High, the Mock Trial Team is currently participating in trial simulations and faced off against Hopedale at the Milford District Court on Wednesday, February 16, 2011.

The team is divided into a Prosecution and a Defense team and Wednesday’s trial was the Prosecution team’s turn to argue their case. Just like a real trial, witnesses take the stand, are questioned and cross-examined and opening and closing arguments are presented.

School Committee Hears Additional Public Comment

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With the Special Town Meeting and Election just a little over a month away the pace of the comments and suggestions about the new elementary school and redistricting is accelerating.

A dozen residents turned out for the February 17th School Committee meeting to hear fellow townspeople voice their opinions on the two interrelated topics. Those who did speak out addressed the committee during the public comment portion of the meeting.

Superintendent Search: Finalists Announced

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The Hopkinton School Committee is pleased to announce that the Superintendent Search Screening Committee has identified five outstanding candidates for further consideration by the School Committee for the position of Superintendent of Schools. The thirteen member Screening Committee included representation from the School Committee, the district’s administrative office, building level administration, teachers, community representatives, students, and parents.

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