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School Committee Interviews & Community Forum Scheduled - First Interview on January 7

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The Hopkinton School Committee is pleased to announce that interviews have been scheduled with the four finalists recommended by the Superintendent Search Screening Committee, for the position of Superintendent of Schools. Each finalist will be individually interviewed by the School Committee, following a visit to the district which will include a tour of each school and meetings with administrators, faculty, staff members, and parents. The hour-long interviews will take place during a posted Working Session, in the High School, Room A-219 and will begin at 7:00 PM.

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Heritage Quilt Raising Funds for Library Expansion

In July of 2011, Hopkinton was awarded a library construction grant from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners. Initially waitlisted near the bottom of the list, Hopkinton moved up to the #5 spot in October of 2012. Hopkinton's grant will cover $4.5 million out of the total estimated cost of $10.2 million needed for the library expansion project. The town is responsible for the remainder.

Watch the HCAM News video to learn how the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation (HPLF), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that was founded in September 2011 to raise private funds for the restoration, expansion and state-of-the-art renovation of the Hopkinton Public Library, is partnering with the Marathon Quilters to create the Heritage Quilt Project, a fundraiser and an opportunity for residents to be involved in a community project.

"Basically, it is going to be a quilt that represents a book shelf," said Lindsay McDermott, an HPLF member.

A sample of what the quilt will look like is currently on display over the fireplace in the libary and the Marathon Quilters are already at work on the actual Heritage Quilt, with the first official spine, donated by Susan Marshall in memory of Paul Annunziata, finished in December.

If you are interested in supporting the library expansion project and would like to purchase a spine for the Heritage Quilt Project, stop by the library for more details or visit the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation website.

To print an order form to order a book spine, Click Here.

Veterans Remember with Jack Cahill

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Our newest episode of Veterans Remember with USMC veteran Jack Cahill, son of veteran John Cahill, is now online. In this episode, Jack Cahill sits down with host Dick Gooding to discuss his time in the service as a US Marine. He also discusses his time in Vietnam. To see this episode or any previous episode of Veterans Remember, click here.

MassDOT to Present Proposed Changes to I-495/I-90 Interchange

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On Tuesday, January 8, the Board of Selectmen will hear a presentation by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) on the I-495/I-90 & I-495/Route 9 Intersection study. The purpose of the study is to “identify improvements to address the traffic congestion and safety issues surrounding the interchange of I-495 and Route 9 in the Towns of Westborough and Southborough.” The study area will also cover the I-495/Route 9 and I-495/I-90 interchanges between I-90 and Route 9, and extending approximately one mile in either direction from the interchanges.

Barbara A. (Whalen) Corbett Dobson, 74

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Barbara A. (Whalen) Corbett Dobson of Hopkinton, MA died January 4, 2013 at the age of 74 at Compass at Hopkinton after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.

Born in Providence, RI on May 30, 1938 She was the daughter of the late Richard and Alice (Conde) Whalen. She attended St. Teresa's
School in Providence and was a member of the first graduating class in 1956. She earned her nursing degree at Roger Williams School of Nursing in 1959. She completed her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Framingham State College in 1976.

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Varsity Basketball: Hopkinton 65, Holliston 54

HCAM News sports update as Hopkinton defeats Holliston 65 - 54.

Boy Scouts Christmas Tree Recycling

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The Boy Scouts Troop 4 of Hopkinton is having their annual Christmas Tree recycling again this year. It will take place on Saturday, January 5 and Saturday, January 12. Curbside pick-up will begin at 9AM.

$10 per tree - Attach cash or check (in Ziploc) to Tree
Checks should be payable to “BSA - Troop 4”
To schedule pickup at Click Here

Questions? Contact Pam Palleiko at 508-497-9556 or palleiko@verizon.net

New Center School Interim Principal Announced

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Interim Superintendent Dr. Hiersche announced today the appointment of Ms. Millie Katzman as Interim Principal for Center School. Ms. Katzman will begin work in Hopkinton in mid-January, and will work with departing principal, Dr. Chris Kennedy, to ensure a smooth and comfortable transition for staff and students.

Classroom Citizenship: A New Assessment for High School Students

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Included in the January 7th grade reports at Hopkinton High, is a new assessment that will rate students in three areas: Effort and Work Ethic, Engagement in Learning and Awareness of Self and Others. Students will receive a score of 1-4 in each category, and the scores relate to their performance on a new rubric developed by a group of teachers last year that will assess students on the behaviors and dispositions related to their academic work.

Boys and Girls Track Remains Undefeated!

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Both the Boys and Girls Track teams came out on top today in the meet against Medfield. The boys won 58 to 27 and the girls 53 to 24 and both are now 5-0.

For the boys, Derek Winshman came in first in the hurdles with a time of 6.7 seconds and Tim Bolick took first place in both the 1 mile (4:48.4) and the 1000 meter (2:46.5). Patrick Levenson finished first in the 2 mile with a time of 10:20.4

The girls swept the hurdles with Meghan Beidleman finishing first (7.2), followed by Kaylin Albanese (7.2) and Nicole Belisle (7.7).

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