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School Super Explains Middle School Lockdown

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Dear Parents/Guardians:

Hopkinton Middle School Locked Down by Police

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At approximately 8:00 a.m. this morning, Hopkinton Middle School was placed into lock-down mode. Within minutes, staff, assisted by the Hopkinton Police Department, secured the building.

The concern was quickly identified as non-threatening. We were able to resume the normal school day by 8:30 a.m.

Just as a reminder, all exterior doors are locked daily at 7:30 a.m. If parents or guardians need to access the school, please use the main entrance by the tennis courts/flag pole, and the front office staff will provide access to the Middle School building.

Hiller JV'S win the Northstar Championship!

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JV’s Win the Northstar Championship 5-1

Selectmen to interview Police Chief Candidates

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The Board of Selectmen have released their agenda for next Thursday's meeting to interview the candidates for the Police Chief. Please note there is a half hour public meet & greet where any member of the public may come and meet the candidates

Full Agenda:


The public will meet and greet all four candidates for the Police Chief position.


School Committee Office Hour 2/24

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Members of the Hopkinton School Committee will be available for an office hour on Monday, February 24, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. to provide residents with an opportunity to attend and ask questions or give feedback regarding current school-related issues.

Monday, February 24, 2014
11:00 AM – 12:00 Noon
Hopkinton Senior Center

Hiller Varsity

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The Hiller Varsity ended the regular season with a 5-2 victory over host Bellingham. The goal scorers were Jordan Carroll with 2, Alex Terry, Cam Finlayson, and Brendan O’Leary. Assists came from Finlayson (2), Brendon Anderson (2), Billy Allen, Jordan Carroll and Matt Decina. Danny Collins had 21 saves on the night. The Hillers will find out on Saturday who their first round opponent will be for the tournament.

Hiller JV Hockey

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The Hiller JV’s ended the regular season firing on all cylinders and reeling of 4 straight victories. With their third straight dominating win today 5-0 over Assabet, they advance to the championship game on Saturday night at 7:50PM @ NorthStar against Northbridge. Kyle Canty led the way with 2 goals on the night. Mark McCluskey, Nick Temple, and Dominic Yannino each added one. The assists for the game came from McCluskey, Temple, Shcilke, Abbott, and 2 from Fujiyoshi. Jake Neary pitched the shutout in net.

Check Out Hunger

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Price Chopper’s 2013 “Check Out Hunger” campaign raised more than $35,000 and 76,000 pounds of food for 15 local food banks and their affiliated kitchens and pantries in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania and Vermont.

Help Fund the New Library

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In 1895, the Hopkinton Public Library was incorporated by 15 members of the community giving an average gift of about $900, collectively funding the entire cost of the Library. Join the 1000 Homes challenge for your chance to make history today by clicking here.

The Hopkinton Public Library Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax deductible.

Hiller JV's dominate back to back games.

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The Hiller JV team had back to back dominate wins over Hopedale/Millis and first place Northbridge last night and this afternoon. The Hillers used a relentless fore-check and precision break out passing to dictate the pace of play in both games.
On Sunday night, Hopkinton won by a score of 5-1 over H/M. The goals were scored by Spencer Abbott, Kyle Canty Freeman Alfano and 2 by Nick Temple. Assists on the night went to, Canty, Yannino, McCluskey, Temple, and Bloomer.


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