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School Committee to Form Ad-Hoc Committee to Evaulate Options for Hopkinton's Elementary Schools

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At its March 1, 2012 meeting, the School Committee voted to create a Criteria Working Group (‘CWG’)
to draft potential criteria against which future Elementary School Building Project options will be
measured.

The CWG will be officially appointed by the School Committee as an ad-hoc committee. The CWG will be
led by the Assistant Superintendent and will report directly to the School Committee. No School
Committee members will participate in the work group. All interested citizens are encouraged to apply.

February 2012 Shoot Photos

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What happened in Hopkinton during the month of February? From dances at the high shool to a play at Hopkins school, pictures tell the story. Click Here for all of our photos featured on "The Shoot" from the front page of our website for the month of February. Enjoy!

The top 5 viewed photo albums for the month of February are as follows:

  • Best Buddies Black and White Dance - HHS - Photos by Mike Torosian

Much Ado About Nothing Next Weekend

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Hopkinton High School Drama Ensemble is getting ready to perform their winter offering, Much Ado about Nothing by William Shakespeare. The set is built, the costumes created, and the lines memorized.

The cast includes 40 students, featuring the work of Mehr Kaur as Beatrice, Kate Brush as Hero, Alex Kirshy as Benedick, Aiden Connelly as Claudio, and Liam Horsman as Don Pedro. The play is set at an Italian Villa in Tuscany in the mid 1980's.

HCAM News Top 5 February 2012

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It's the end of the month and it's time once more for the top five HCAM News videos for the month of February 2012!

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Upcoming Events at the Hopkinton Public Library

The Hopkinton Public Library has several events planned during the month of March. Watch the HCAM News video with Adult Services Librarian Susan Marshall to learn more!

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Jon Graziano Running for School Committee

Watch the HCAM News video with School Committee candidate Jon Graziano as he takes out papers at the Town Clerk's office. Graziano formally announced his candidacy February 28th and says that with three young children, he would like to see Hopkinton's schools continue to improve.

Local Student To Take Polar Plunge to Raise Money for Special Olympics

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Hopkinton High School Senior Michael Palmer is taking the plunge; The Polar Plunge, to raise money to support Special Olympics Massachusetts. Please see his letter below asking for your support:

I'm heading to the beach a little early this year! I know the water will probably be below 40 degrees on March 3rd, but let's be honest, it won't be much warmer come August 3rd - we are in New England after all!

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High School Students Learn About Dangers of Texting and Driving

Watch the HCAM News video to hear Senator Karen Spilka talk to juniors and seniors at Hopkinton High School about the dangers of texting while driving. Spilka's presentation was part of the AT&T campaign, "It Can Wait", aimed at raising awareness about the risks of texting and driving

To see the full 10-minute AT&T documentary, Click Here.

Rare Diseases: Not So Rare

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Because today - February 29 - is Rare Disease Day, we're posting the March edition of Physician Focus early.

A rare disease, officially defined by the Orphan Drug Act passed by the U.S. Congress in 1983, is one that affects fewer than 200,000 people in the U.S. But the practical definition is much broader: some disorders afflict several thousand individuals; some just a handful. But in one sense rare diseases are not so rare: close to 7,000 such conditions exist, collectively affecting 30 million people.

Abigail Adams: Madame President

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On Sunday, March 4th at 3:30PM the Hopkinton Public Library, in conjunction with the Hopkinton Women's Club, will present a historical portrayal of Abigail Adams by Linda Myer at the Hopkinton Historical Society.

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