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Q & A Article 17: Center School Feasibility Study

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At Annual Town Meeting on Monday, May 6, 2013, Hopkinton citizens will be asked to appropriate $600,000 to fund a Feasibility Study for Center School, which currently houses Hopkinton’s public kindergarten and 1st grade. In a joint press release from the Board of Selectmen, School Committee, and Elementary School Building Committee on April 26, responses to questions the community may have about the Feasibility Study funding request are presented below:

Boys Track: Hopkinton 99, Holliston 37

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At the meet held on Thursday, April 25, the Hillers took charge early with a sweep of the 100M with a Gwil O’Rourke, Chris Jenis, and Michael Cuthbert, finishing first, second and third. Hopkinton increased its lead with 1st place finishes in all the throwing events: Sean Webster in Shot put, Connor Murdock in Javelin, and Brady Sharon in the Discus. Hopkinton also had strong performances in the jumping events with several first place finishes: Matt Bowman in the Long Jump and Luke Moschini in the High Jump & Triple Jumps.

Meet the Candidates - UPDATED

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The Hopkinton Women's Club hosted the 26th Annual Meet the Candidates Night at HCAM on Wednesday, April 25. The program was live from our studios, will re-air several times before Town Elections, and is also viewable online here.

Note: If you are having trouble viewing the Women's Club Meet the Candidates Night, please try viewing here.

Pink Pint Night: A Fundraiser for the Hopkinton Public Library Foundation

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THe Hopkinton Public Library Foundation, Inc. is pleased to announce “Pink Pint Night,” a ladies night out to benefit the renovation and expansion of the Hopkinton Public Library. The event will be held on May 9th, from 7:00 to 10:00 P.M., in the Parish Center of St. John’s Church in Hopkinton. Sample 30 different varieties of beer in your own souvenir pink glass and enjoy food from local restaurants, including Marathon Restaurant, Tavolino, Oliva’s Market, 3 Restaurant, Mangia Pizzeria, Mexico City Taqueria, Not Your Average Joe’s, 5 Star Sweets, Dream Dinners, and more!

Article 17: Center School Feasibility Study Information Session

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In preparation for Annual Town Meeting, three town boards, the School Committee, the Elementary School Building Committee (ESBC) and the Board of Selectmen will jointly host an information session dedicated to this year's Center School Feasibility Study. The feasibility study is Article 17 on the Annual Town Meeting warrant, is sponsored by the School Committee, and was unanimously endorsed by the selectmen at their April 23, 2013 meeting.

Prom Tuxedo Fittings at the High School

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Dear Parents of Juniors,

Hopkinton High School will have a representative from Formalwear Ltd. to do tuxedo fittings on April 29th, May 6,7,13 &14 outside the cafeteria at all lunches. Prices start at $69.95. The tuxedo's will be delivered to the high school for pick up and you can return them here as well. Payment in full is due at the time of fitting by credit card, check, or cash. It is OK to give your credit card to your student for payment at the school.

If you have any questions please contact Jim McElroy at 781-899-5727

Letter to Editor: Scordino for School Committee

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Dear Editor,

Dr. Hiersche indicated during the ‘State of the Schools’ that one of our greatest challenges as a school district is maintaining our current level of excellence. To stay at the top of our game we need a School Committee that not only welcomes ideas, concerns and questions, but more importantly provides feedback and engages the community to create solutions that the town as a whole will support.

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Hillers Win Against Bellingham Blackhawks

Watch the HCAM News sports update as the Hopkinton High School Varsity Baseball team takes on the Bellingham Blackhawks and wins

Shred-Up, Green Up and Prescription Drug Take Back this Saturday

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Help Hopkinton’s environment in four easy ways this Saturday!

Hopkinton’s very own Sustainable Green Committee has announced its 5th Annual town-wide “Spring Green-Up Day.” This year, the Hop Green is offering new services for residents: a “Shred Day” for residents to recycle excess paper and computer takeback program. This day also coincides with the Annual Drug Take Back Day!

Events are scheduled for Saturday, April 27th and will begin at 9:00 AM at the Town Common.

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Students Discuss Art at Women's Art Forum

On Thursday April 11, Hopkinton High School art students participated in a panel discussion sponsored by the Women's Art Forum. Watch the HCAM News video to hear what they have to say; what inspires them, what they have accomplished to date, and where they hope to go in the future.


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