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Hiller Hockey Banquet

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The High School hockey team held their annual banquet last night to honor the Seniors and other members of the Varsity and JV teams.
As is the tradition, there were several awards presented last night. The team MVP award went to Jordan Carroll for the second time in is career. The most improved award went to Connor Delaney. The Coaches award went to Mike Messier. The Friends of Hiller Hockey also presented their annual Pioneer award and that was presented to Brandon Carty. Junior Billy Allen was named Captain for the upcoming season.

2nd Place in South Regionals

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“In the four years I’ve been a cheer dad and I can’t remember a season more difficult, more trying, than one the Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders are having this season. There have been injuries and of course the snow has made things very difficult (disrupting practices and tournaments), but still these wonderful athletes find a way to win. The Hopkinton Hiller Cheerleaders went to the South regionals hoping to do well. They went up against some very good cheer teams, the best of southern part of the state. Only one team managed a higher score than this wonderful group of athletes.

Stage 3250 Returns March 24th, Featuring Cameran Huestis and Cheryl Perreault

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Your teachers can be your greatest inspiration.
Join us on Tuesday, March 24th, to hear two inspirational talks from local women.

Cameran Huestis, Hopkinton Middle School science teacher, discusses her extracurricular clubs, including Explore Pottermore and Hopsplay Cosplay. What is "geek culture", and why does she want to foster their passion for all things geeky?

Plan to Purchase Land at 203 Pond Street Fails at Special Town Meeting

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On Wednesday Night (March 3rd) a special town meeting was held to vote on if the town can purchase a parcel of land, approximately 43 acres for open space preservation at 203 Pond Street. The total cost of the parcel would be $2,000,000. The special town meeting was held to meet the March 14th deadline to purchase the parcel. During the meeting it was calculated that the maximum tax impact for the typical household would be $29.98 per year on a 10 year bond should the town purchase the approximately 43 acres of land.

Marlborough Panthers take down the Hopkinton Hillers

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On Monday night the Marlborough Panthers eliminated the Hopkinton Hillers, winning in the Central Division 2 semi-finals at Worcester Polytechnic Institute 55-40. The Hillers made a remarkable comeback and got within two points in the 4th quarter after trailing most of the game but the Hillers offense went cold in the closing minutes. The Hillers could not get anything going in the first quarter as Marlborough hit 5 times from 3-point land and outscored Hopkinton 18-5 in the first quarter.

Historical Lecture: "The Story of Hopkinton: 1600-1776"

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Hopkinton's Chuck Joseph will present "The Story of Hopkinton: 1600 - 1776 as part of the 300th Anniversary historical lectures series on Wednesday, March 25 at 7PM at the Hopkinton Public Library.

The event is sponsored by the Hopkinton 300th Anniversary Celebration Committee, the Friends of the Hopkinton Public Library and the Hopkinton Center for the Arts.

Light refreshments will be served.

We hope to see you there!

Hopkinton Boys Eliminate Wayland

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In-front of a packed house at Wayland High School, the Hillers took down the Warriors 53-48 in the Central Division 2 Quarter Finals. The 1st quarter was a good offensive battle. Warriors Sophomore Forward Joey Luchetti (17 points) knocked down three 3 point field goals in the 1st to help Wayland to a 17-13 lead heading into the 2nd quarter.

ESBC Begins To Look at School Layouts, Updates Public Forum Schedule

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On February 26th, 2015, the Elementary School Building Committee met to discuss their upcoming public forum, and review preliminary schematics for the proposed elementary school.

A disease once eliminated, now back

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Measles was declared eliminated from the United States 15 years ago, yet within the last five years cases have increased. The latest outbreak at Disney World, which began last December and has since led to more than 150 cases in 17 states, is a stark reminder that vaccine-preventable diseases can, without vigilance, return easily, spread quickly, and be dangerous.

HHS Athletics Adopts New Registration Program

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This spring we are introducing our new athletic registration program FamilyID. Parents and students will register for all sports using Family ID. Please visit the Athletic Department webpage on the Hopkinton Public School website. Here you will find the link to sign up for Family ID and register your child. Please register by March 13th

Please note a hard copy of your child’s current physical (within 13 months) must be on file in the Athletic Trainers Office not with the nurse.

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