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Hopkinton Public Schools Hours

AM PreK 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
PM PreK 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Center Full Day 8:55 AM - 3:10 PM
Elmwood School 8:15 AM - 2:30 PM
Hopkins School 8:55 AM - 3:10 PM
Middle School 7:25 AM - 1:50 PM
High School 7:25 AM - 1:50 PM
 
Early Release Schedule
(No Lunch Served)
PreSchool 11:00 AM
HS and MS 11:25 AM
Elmwood 12:15 PM
Hopkins 12:55 PM
Center 12:55 PM
Half day K schedule varies see Center Website
 
Scheduled Early Dismissal Schedule
(No Lunch Served)  
HS and MS 10:45 AM
PreSchool 11:00 AM
Elmwood 11:25 AM
Hopkins 12:05 AM
Center 12:05 AM
Half day K schedule varies see Center Website 
 

District
Announcements

  • This past spring, Marijane Hackett and Dr. MacLeod, along with Tim Kearnan and Lauren Dubeau provided two public forums for the purpose of inviting questions, providing clarification and addressing community concerns regarding Co-Teaching.  Although well attended, I understand that many families were not able to attend and that an overview explaining the model may be appreciated. Please click here to read Dr. MacLeod's letter.
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  • 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 accessible.



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  • Once again this year we are offering voluntary insurance to our students, our base plan will once again be underwritten by Berkley Life & Health Insurance Company (A+), with optional catastrophic coverage’s underwritten by US Fire Insurance Company (A). Parents may enroll either by printing the enrollment form and mailing it along with a check or money order to Bob McCloskey Insurance, or by paying by credit card on line through our PayPal enrollment form. The voluntary rates will be the same as last year.
    2014-2015 Voluntary Rates
    $500,000 24 Hour Wrap Around Coverage…………………………… $49.00
    $50,000 24 Hour Accidental Dental Coverage……………………..…. $10.00
     
    Click here for more information.
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  • Military Family Assistance
    The Massachusetts Department of Education requires school districts to report students eligible for assistance as a member of a military family as defined by the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children.

    What Children Are Eligible for Assistance Under the Compact?
    Children of:
    • Active duty members of the uniformed services, National Guard and Reserve on active duty orders
    • Members or veterans who are medically discharged or retired for (1) year
    • Members who die on active duty

    What Children Are Not Eligible for Assistance Under the Compact?
    Children of:
    • Inactive members of the National Guard and Reserves
    • Members now retired not covered above
    • Veterans not covered above
    • Dept of Defense personnel, federal agency civilians and contract employees not defined as active duty

    If you have a child or children enrolled in the Hopkinton Public School System who qualify(s) for assistance please complete this short form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1q32lOcTfAmwI8-unlJCJQyEpfZ_dr7hPR-jdE8U2PiU/viewform

     
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  • 2014-2015 School Calendar Approved
     
    The 2014-2015 School Calendar has been approved, Click here to view the calendar

     
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School Committee
Announcements

  • Policies Under Review

    Title

    Code

     First Reading

    Second Reading 

    Third Reading 

    Policy 
    Fingerprint-Based Criminal History Record Information (CHRI) ChecksADDB
    06/12/14
    08/18/14

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Building
Projects


  • Mission: To facilitate the development of a proposed solution to the operational and educational constraints of Center School that will be supported by the voters of Hopkinton, as well as the MSBA.
     
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  • Criteria Working Group Proposal - Voted March 1, 2012 - Revised March 27, 2012

    Proposed Group: Elementary School Building Criteria Working Group (‘CWG’)

    Purpose:The CWG, a committee appointed by the School Committee, is charged with developing and recommending a list of criteria for inclusion in the next Feasibility Study.The Committee will be chaired by the Assistant Superintendent, will operate under the requirements of the Open Meeting Law, and shall function under Robert’s Rules of Order. The Committee will create an informational report, to be delivered to the School Committee at its’ June 7, 2012 meeting. Click here for complete document

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  • Final Survey Results Presentation
    Click here to view the 2011 Hopkinton School Committee Elementary School Building Survey Final Presentation, presented January 4th, 2012
     
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District
Announcements

  • This past spring, Marijane Hackett and Dr. MacLeod, along with Tim Kearnan and Lauren Dubeau provided two public forums for the purpose of inviting questions, providing clarification and addressing community concerns regarding Co-Teaching.  Although well attended, I understand that many families were not able to attend and that an overview explaining the model may be appreciated. Please click here to read Dr. MacLeod's letter.
    Comments (-1)
  • 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 accessible.



    Comments (-1)
  • Once again this year we are offering voluntary insurance to our students, our base plan will once again be underwritten by Berkley Life & Health Insurance Company (A+), with optional catastrophic coverage’s underwritten by US Fire Insurance Company (A). Parents may enroll either by printing the enrollment form and mailing it along with a check or money order to Bob McCloskey Insurance, or by paying by credit card on line through our PayPal enrollment form. The voluntary rates will be the same as last year.
    2014-2015 Voluntary Rates
    $500,000 24 Hour Wrap Around Coverage…………………………… $49.00
    $50,000 24 Hour Accidental Dental Coverage……………………..…. $10.00
     
    Click here for more information.
    Comments (-1)
  • Military Family Assistance
    The Massachusetts Department of Education requires school districts to report students eligible for assistance as a member of a military family as defined by the Interstate Compact on Educational Opportunity for Military Children.

    What Children Are Eligible for Assistance Under the Compact?
    Children of:
    • Active duty members of the uniformed services, National Guard and Reserve on active duty orders
    • Members or veterans who are medically discharged or retired for (1) year
    • Members who die on active duty

    What Children Are Not Eligible for Assistance Under the Compact?
    Children of:
    • Inactive members of the National Guard and Reserves
    • Members now retired not covered above
    • Veterans not covered above
    • Dept of Defense personnel, federal agency civilians and contract employees not defined as active duty

    If you have a child or children enrolled in the Hopkinton Public School System who qualify(s) for assistance please complete this short form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1q32lOcTfAmwI8-unlJCJQyEpfZ_dr7hPR-jdE8U2PiU/viewform

     
    Comments (-1)
  • 2014-2015 School Calendar Approved
     
    The 2014-2015 School Calendar has been approved, Click here to view the calendar

     
    Comments (-1)

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