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Remembering 9/11

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Former Library Trustee Jack Palitsch will be ringing the church bell at the Hopkinton Public Library tomorrow morning at 8:46 a.m. and 9:03 a.m. to as a reminder of the attacks on the towers on 9/11.

Hopkinton Public Schools: Special Education Child Find Notice

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Under federal and state special education regulations, Hopkinton Public Schools has a duty to locate, identify, refer, evaluate and, if eligible, provide a free, appropriate public education to students with disabilities who reside in the town of Hopkinton. For parents or guardians of children ages 3-21 years of age who have a disability or developmental delay, and who would like more information, please contact Marijane Hackett, Director of Student Services and Child Find Coordinator, at 508.497.9850.

Parent’s Notice of Procedural Safeguards Brochure

Hopkinton Announces Successful Start to 1:1 Laptop Program

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On Wednesday, September 5, Hopkinton High School welcomed a new freshman class to the school, as students arrived toting laptop computers in their backpacks. After months of planning and preparation, the school year began with the roll‐out of a new 1:1 laptop program. Most students at Hopkinton High School are leasing brand new Macbook Air computers operating on the newest Apple operating system called Mountain Lion.

Lesley Reilly, Owner of bCalm Power Yoga, Achieves her RYT 500 Certification

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Lesley Reilly recently achieved her RYT 500 certification, a milestone in the Yoga Alliance RYT program. With the 500 hour certification, Lesley’s already strong Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) 200 qualification and commitment to teaching is further enhanced.

MassGOP Files Complaint Against Dykema

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On Wednesday, September 5, the Massachusetts Republican Party (MassGOP) filed a complaint against Representative Carolyn Dykema with the Office of Campaign and Political Finance for accepting corporate contributions to benefit her candidacy and asked for immediate action “to hold her accountable for skirting the laws set up to keep corporate interests out of government.”

Photos: Family Fun Day at Water Fresh Farm

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Water Fresh Farm held its Family Fun Day on Saturday, September 8, complete with a petting zoo, a scavenger hunt and ice cream. To see photos from the event, Click Here.

Volleyball and Football On Top Tonight

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The Varsity Volleyball team took 3 straight sets against Franklin and the Varsity Football Team beat Newton South 35-0.

Catch all the action on Saturday on HCAM-ED Comcast Channel 96 and Verizon 31. Hiller Football replays at 4am, 10am and 9pm and Volleyball is on at 2am, 8am and 8pm.

All games will also air at 10pm on the same nights as there games.

From Senator Spilka: EEE Precautions

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Yesterday, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH) announced that a second human case of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) has been confirmed.

EEE is spread to humans through a bite from an infected mosquito and is a serious and potentially fatal disease in patients of all ages.

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Freshman Begin School Year with Laptops

The 1-1 Laptop Program at Hokinton High kicked off this week as incoming freshman and their parents attended training programs to prepare for the upcoming school year. The program requires that each ninth grader have access to a laptop, either by utilizing an already purchased one, using one provided by the school, or by leasing an Apple MacBook from the school.

Throughout the end of August, the High School offered training seminars to help orient freshmen and their parents on how use their laptops as well as to go over proper care for them.

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Hopkinton Receives Community Innovation Challenge Grant

Local and state officials were in Ashland on the 6th to recognize Hopkinton, Ashland, and Medway for receiving a $15,000 grant, which will go toward the regionalization of each town's food inspection program. The Community Innovation Challenge Grant started last fiscal year as a way to offer an incentive for towns across the state to work collectively to provide services such as inspections or public safety. The hope is for towns to creatively brainstorm on ways how to save money and provide services more efficiently.


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