Schools

MassBay Alum Empowers Students in the Classroom and on the Field, Mike Webb of Hopkinton

By contributor,

MassBay alum Mike Webb began his higher education journey at Framingham State University (FSU), where he played football and studied to become a history teacher. “Playing football was the main reason I stayed in college. I saw my peers’ passion for history but didn’t have the same level of commitment to the subject, which caused me to doubt my career path,” said Mike. “When the football season ended in my senior year, I realized I didn’t have enough credits to graduate, tossing my future into flux. I decided to pivot and try something new.”

Watch Now: HHS Drama Director, Valerie Von Rosenvinge talks upcoming HHS Drama Ensemble Production “Honk”

By Tom Nappi, News Director

HHS Theater/Drama Director, Valerie Von Rosenvinge talked about the upcoming HHS Drama Ensemble performance of "Honk". View more (including ticket information and show-times) here! and view the interview with Valerie in the segment below.

Watch Now: Hopkinton High School Habitat for Humanity Club Helps Local Veteran Family

By Tom Nappi, News Director

The Hopkinton High School "Habitat for Humanity" club participated in "Operation Playhouse" and worked hard to build a playhouse for the Child of a Veteran. A Disney theme was used in the design.

"Operation Playhouse is a unique program that benefits local veterans and military families and their children. Children of veterans are often left with a one-parent household and have to cope with feelings of loss and uncertainty. The playhouses provide a special place for family members to bond, play, dream, and think. It is a “home” of their own."

Hopkinton School Committee Hosts Public Forum October 27th at 7pm

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Good morning, Hopkinton families and HPS Staff:

This Thursday evening, October 27th, the School Committee will hold a PUBLIC FORUM to generate community dialogue about the schools' FY24 Capital Budget.

The forum will be held at HCAM studios, 77 Main Street, starting at 7:00PM.

People can attend in person or watch the forum live on HCAM TV. Information about remote participation will follow.

The capital budget contains significant construction projects, which should prove both interesting and important to the community.

Please tune in.

Elmwood School Public Forum II - Tuesday, October 11th, 2022

By Matt Clark, Master Control Operator

Our community has been invited into the MSBA (Massachusetts School Building Authority) process to explore the Elmwood School. The scope of study includes examining potential repairs, renovation, and new construction on the existing or alternative sites for a sustainably designed Grade 2-3 or Grades 2-3-4 school. An expanded study, run in conjunction with this study, will explore the system-wide impact at all our schools.

Watch Now: Hopkinton Students raise $456 through Bake Sale and Lemonade Stand to donate to Hopkinton Police

By Tom Nappi, News Director

The Select Board accepted the gift of $456 raised by Anushree, Harini, Sian Parvati and Neha (Grade 7), Diya (Grade 5), Anaghashree (Grade 4) and Rakshitha (Grade 3) through a Lemonade stand and a Bake sale, to be donated to the Hopkinton Police Department.

Elmwood Public Forum-Change of Date to October 11th

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The second public forum for the Elmwood Replacement/Renovation Project was originally scheduled for October 4, 2022, but because that date coincides with Yom Kippur, we are pushing that forum out one week to October 11, 2022.

Therefore...
THE SECOND PUBLIC FORUM FOR THE ELMWOOD SCHOOL PROJECT WILL BE HELD AT 6:30PM at HOPKINTON HIGH SCHOOL ON OCTOBER 11, 2022.

View more in attachment below!