The principal, Evan Bishop, from Hopkinton High School announced 16 of our students were named Commended Students in the 2014 National Merit Scholarship Program! Commended Students placed among the top five percent of more than 1.5 million students who entered the 2014 competition by taking the 2012 Preliminary SAT National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT). These young men and women have demonstrated outstanding potential for academic success. Pictured are Evan Bishop, Qiuwei Yang, Evan Rosen, Sarah McCool, Shannon McAree, Kayla King, Kora Sileo, Paige Guarino, Will Blanchette, Shannon Moffat, Dan Szczepankiewicz, Demi Moed, Brent Heavey, Samantha Scheman, and Aiden Kenealy. (not pictured are Kathleen O’Loughlin and Nate Card). Congratulations to all these students!!
The Hopkinton High School Art
Department is pleased to announce that our students were recognized with a remarkable 38 state level awards in the 2013 Boston Globe Scholastic Art Awards. Our students' artwork was selected from a field of nearly 10,000 entries from public, private, regional and arts magnet schools statewide.
In the Massachusetts competition, Hopkinton High School students earned 8 Gold Keys, 12 Silver Keys, and 18 Honorable Mentions. Gold Key works will advance for national judging. Student work from every specialty at the high school was recognized. Congratulations to our winning students for their outstanding achievement!
Gold and Silver key winners work will be on exhibit at the State Transportation Building, 10 Park Plaza Boston fromMonday, February 11 through Friday, April19, 2013. The free exhibit is open Weekdays - 9:00 to 5:00 including holidays and Saturdays & Sundays - 12:00 noon - 4:00 p.m.
RAPID DEPLOYMENT TRAINING AT HOPKINS SCHOOL
Dr. MacLeod wants to make the community aware of an upcoming police training to take place at the Hopkins School on the afternoon of Monday, August 25th.
The CEMLEC SWAT team will provide Rapid Deployment/Active Shooter training to the Hopkinton Police Department. This 8-hour training program is structured around the “First Responder” and consists of a classroom presentation, followed by practical exercises (formations, movement within the structure, room entry, rescue techniques, etc.) and training scenarios. This is a basic course designed to introduce or refresh officers in the Rapid Deployment/Active Shooter Response technique. The Course is taught by instructors certified through the National Tactical Officers Association (NTOA), International Association of Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors (IALEFI) and/or other National/State certifying entities.
As a result of this training, the school will
be closed and the Hopkins portion of the loop road will not be