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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 School 9:00 AM - 3:15 PM
Elmwood School 9:00 AM - 3:15 PM
Hopkins School 8:15 AM - 2:30 PM
Middle School 7:25 AM - 1:50 PM
High School 7:25 AM - 1:50 PM
 
Early Release Schedule
PreSchool 11:00 AM
HS and MS 11:25 AM (No Lunch Served)
Hopkins 12:15 PM (Lunch Served)
Center 1:00 PM (Lunch Served)
Elmwood 1:00 PM (Lunch Served)

Scheduled Early Dismissal 
(Day before Thanksgiving and the last day of school - No Lunch Served)
HS and MS 10:45 AM
PreSchool 11:00 AM
Hopkins 11:25 AM
Center 12:10 PM
Elmwood 12:10 PM

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  • Friday, April 28- Day 9

    The location of today's softball game is changed due to poor field conditions at Ashland Middle School. The game will be at Stone Park in Ashland - start time 3:30.

    Please send positive vibes to Sneha, Joel, Simran and Tanisha as they travel to the Massachusetts Regional Science Fair on Monday at WPI.  Good luck everyone!

     

    HMS DRAMA CLUB is proud to present their Spring Musical production of Children of Eden!  The show will be performed tonight and tomorrow night at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday at 2:00 p.m. in the HMS Auditorium.  Tickets are $10 for students and $12 for adults, but if you donate NEW toys, clothing, or educational supplies for Project Just Because, there is a $2 discount per ticket per donation.  Come and see this fantastic and beautiful show featuring nearly 100 HMS students in our cast and crew, and our Mr. Rockwood as Father! Don't miss the boat!

     

    CINCH SACKS:  If you ordered a cinch sack and have not yet paid for it, today is the deadline for payment.

     

    IGNITE:  Attention 7th grade IGNITE applicants!  Interviews are required and are taking place on the May 12 Early Release Day.  Please see Mr. Kearney by May 5 at 2:00 p.m. to sign up for a time slot.

     

    The first ever HOPKINTON YOUTH ULTIMATE FRISBEE CLINIC for grades 4-8 will start on Sunday, April 30th. Sign up is on the Hopkinton Parks and Recreation website.

     

    ART CLUB will  meet on Tuesday.

     

    SONGWRITING CLUB will take place on May 10, May 24, and June 7th in Room 213.  All are welcome!

     

    Attention 7th Graders!  You are invited to the 7th Grade Courtyard Party on Friday,  May 12 from 6:30-9:00 a.m.  Check your email to RSVP and learn the theme of the party!  See Ms. McDonough with questions.

     

    Monday, May 1 - FLEX DAY

     

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  • Dear Grade 8 Parents,

     

    I am hopeful that we are now through the threat of snow days and will have as our last day of school Wednesday, June 21.  This, then, makes our Grade 8 Promotion Ceremony the evening of Tuesday, June 20 at 6:30 p.m. Please mark your calendars for this special evening.  In the coming weeks, we will have more details on that event to share with you.

     

    In case you did not yet have a chance to read through the April Hiller Holler, you will see that we are offering to students a Class of 2021 Cinch Sack.  Proceeds go to our Student Activities fund.

     

    Finally, to parents whose children are attending our New York City field trip: recently in a conversation, a parent mentioned that she was planning to go shopping for dresses for the dance.  In the coming days, we will clarify this with students; however, please be aware that a dance is not included in our NYC agenda.  We are attending a dinner/sightseeing cruise on Thursday evening, but this is not a dance, nor is there time built into the schedule for students to change before arriving at the boat.  Please refer to the packing list and plan accordingly.

     

    Thank you,

     

    Alan Keller

    HMS Principal

     


     

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  • Dear Grade 7 Parents,

     

    As shared with parents on Thursday, PowerSchool is now open for registering your child for Music and Physical Education electives.  The window closes on

     

    Tuesday, March 28 at 3:00 p.m. to select these classes.  Should you and your child need further information on Physical Education electives, please find their descriptions below.

     

    Thank you,

     

    Alan Keller

    HMS Principal

     

     

    BASKETBALL

    Basketball is a great activity to help you stay fit or improve your physical fitness.  Basketball skills can also improve balance, speed, agility, power, coordination, and reaction time.  This course will keep you moving through a variety of basketball games and activities.  The Sport Education Model will be used to play in a tournament.  Students will have the opportunity to participate in many roles that are associated with sports: player, coach, official/referee, manager, and more! Grading will be based on class work, the "Sport Education Model” rubric, and a written basketball interview.  Come prepared and ready to move!  

     

    5K TRAINING

    Running for fitness is a convenient, inexpensive, lifelong, healthy activity that millions of people enjoy as exercise.  Running is a great way to prepare for your sport, prior to the start of your season, enhance your sport performance while in season, improve your overall physical fitness or even lose weight.   Students will be expected to follow the assigned training plan at home and at school and run 4-5 days per week.   In order to maximize classroom activity time, students will be expected to use the google classroom tool to complete assignments at home.     Students should also be ready to learn about developing their cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, muscular endurance and muscular strength. Students should be prepared to get their body moving every lesson. Heart rate will go up;  they’ll sweat and have fun.  Grading will be based on class assignments,  meeting class expectations, goal  pre/post fitness assessment, homework and meeting National Standards for Physical Education. The final project is to participate in a 5K Road Race.  If you have any questions, please email your child’s Physical Education teacher.  

     

    GAMES FOR FUN & FITNESS

    Playing games is a terrific way to get some exercise and have some fun – two important parts of living a long, healthy life.  This course will give students the opportunity to practice and learn skills, refine game strategies and tactics, socialize with classmates, and express themselves.  While playing old standards, and learning new games, students will learn what these fun and exciting games can do to help improve your fitness, and possibly your performance in other sports.  There will be a strong focus on adapting these games (using Fitnessgram results and SMART goals as a guide) to make them better suited to contribute to improving all areas of fitness.  Students will need to be ready to play hard and think even harder.  Students will leave this course with a better ability to evaluate the benefits of participating in physical activity.

     

    DANCE

    This course will incorporate several aspects of dance.  Students will learn various, social, line and group dances – some simple and others more difficult.  They will also learn various steps that are often combined to make up common group and line dances.  Additionally, students will go through the process of creating unique dances of their own, as well as teaching dancs to the class.    Students in this course will be developing balance, coordination, flexibility, agility, strength, and endurance.  There will be a lot of room for individuality and creativity, as well as flexibility on requirements for each student.  At the end of this course there will be an x-block performance with a panel of expert judges picking the 8th grade dance champions!  Grading will be based on class work and dance presentations.

     

    JUMP ROPE

    Jumping rope is a great cardiovascular activity that is also a lot of fun.  You will explore the benefits of jumping rope and learn many new skills, tricks, and Double Dutch.  The class is modified to meet the needs of every skill level.  This class  gives you a chance to be creative while challenging yourself.  You will create 3 jump rope routines: individual, partner and a double dutch routine.  All will be grades according to the rubric.

     

    FUNCTIONAL FITNESS AND SNOWSHOEING

    If you want to be more fit or even better at your sport than this is the class for you.  Throughout this class you will learn to move better and increase your muscular strength and muscular endurance using sport specific movements.  You will set SMART goals based on your Fitness Scores and you will work to improve those scores and your overall fitness.  Functional Fitness will use many different pieces of fitness equipment and you will have the opportunity to use the Fitness Center.  Weather permitting, we will include Snowshoeing, so make sure you are ready to go outside when the temperature gets cold.  Grading will be based on class assignments,  meeting class expectations,  SMART Goal growth - pre/post skill assessment, homework and meeting National Standards for Physical Education.  If you have any questions, please email your child’s Physical Education teacher.  

     

    YOGA & RESISTANCE TRAINING

    Enjoy learning about lifelong fitness and exercise through Yoga and resistance training.  Each class will start with a 10 minute Yoga warm-up.  You will also learn how to use exercise equipment such as: medicine balls, resistance bands, free-weights, balance discs and exercise balls.  We will also explore ways to strengthen and tone by doing calisthenics (using your own body weight).  There will be final group project, a Yoga homework assignment and a muscle quiz.  Students are encourage to bring their own Yoga mat, or they can borrow a school mat for duration of the class.

     

    RACQUET SPORTS

    Indoor racquet sports will be the focus of this course.  Pickleball is a terrific, active game that is played by people of all ages recreationally and in tournaments, because it is fun and a great way to stay in shape.  Badminton can be a challenging and vigorous activity that most people will play at some point in their life.  While it looks easy, hitting that little birdie all the time is hard.  And table tennis is one that is played in basements and The Olympics.  In this course, students will learn skills, rules, and strategies to be successful and have fun playing racquet sports.  Both the beginner and advanced player will be challenged.  Once students have the knowledge, they will play in games (singles and doubles play) and tournaments to test their skills.  Students will also be responsible for officiating games throughout the course, and may be asked to make instructional videos or newsletters from which future classes can learn.  Students will be graded on class involvement, game knowledge, skill development, and any of the previously mentioned projects.

     

    VOLLEYBALL

    Volleyball is a lifelong activity people play for exercise, competition or just for fun.  There are many programs for all levels of play, from beginner to Olympic athlete.   Students will focus on individual skills, team skills, and game play.  These skills include serving, passing, setting, attack, defense and strategy.  As students develop their skill, they will also improve muscular strength, muscular endurance and cardiovascular endurance.   Teams will play in a round robin tournament and officiate games.  Grading will be based on class assignments,  meeting class expectations,  pre/post skill assessment, demonstration of rule and game knowledge, homework and meeting National Standards for Physical Education.  If you have any questions, please email your child’s Physical Education teacher.

     


     

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  • March 23, 2017

     

    Dear Parents,

     

    This afternoon (Thursday, March 23) at 3:00 p.m., Middle School Class Registration will open within PowerSchool.  

     

    Parents must make the following selections in order for your child to be scheduled for the following classes:

     

    Incoming Grade 7

    • Foreign Language (select primary and alternate)
      • Spanish
      • French
      • Mandarin Chinese (if approved as part of proposed 2017-2018 budget)

     

    • Music
      • Instrument
      • Chorus
      • General Music

     

    Incoming Grade 8

    • Music
      • Instrument
      • Chorus
      • General Music

     

    • Physical Education Electives

     

    The window for scheduling your child into these classes is open from 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 23 through 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 28.  In order to do so, parents must log-in to the PowerSchool Parent Portal.  Detailed instructions can be found on the HMS Website by clicking on the Register Now button below the pictures.

     

    Thank you,

     

    Alan Keller

    HMS Principal


     

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  • Dear Parents/Guardians,

     

    Trimester 3

    Today marks the final day of Trimester 2, which, of course, means that tomorrow begins our final third of the school year.  As we are no longer providing printed copies of schedules, students’ schedules can be accessed at the District website > Parents > PowerSchool and selecting View Student Schedule in the left menu panel.  The only courses that change for students are the trimester-based Related Arts courses: Drama, Health, Dynamic Media, Engineering, Digital Literacy, and Art.

     

    Grades

    Trimester 3 Report Cards will open to students and parents on Tuesday, March 28 at 8:00 a.m.  Prior to this time, any grades or comments within the Report Card are in draft mode.

     

    Speaking of grades, a teacher recently informed me that a parent indicated to her a lack of knowledge that HMS grades are open to students and parents24/7.  I am hopeful that this was an outlier, as this is definitely one of the improvements to the “feedback loop” that we believe in and of which we are proud.  If you were unaware, I hope that you will now make use of this change and please share your feedback with me.  

     

    2017-2018 Scheduling

    We will utilize PowerSchool for scheduling Foreign Language (incoming grades 7 and 8), Music (incoming grades 7 and 8) and Physical Education electives (grade 8 only).  The scheduling window will be available to parents from Thursday, March 23 at 3 p.m. through Tuesday, March 28 at 3 p.m.   

     

    You must have a PowerSchool account in order to register your child for next year’s classes.  If you have yet to sign up for a PowerSchool account, please do so ASAP.  Directions can be found at the District website > Parents > PowerSchool.

     

    Thank you,

     

    Alan M. Keller

    Principal


     

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  • December 8, 2016

     

    Dear Parent,

     

    The initial $100 deposit was due on Thursday, December 1.  If your child plans on attending, this deposit needs to be submitted by the end of the day on Friday, December 9.  In order to properly reserve events and venues, we must have a final count of attendees.  

     

    I have included information below on how you can sign up and register your child.  Please let us know if you need assistance.

    Resources

    Finally, as we continue to send documents and materials to you, they are being maintained on our school website, for your reference, under Parents > Grade/Team Websites > Grade 8 > New York City.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Alan M. Keller

    HMS Principal

     

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    Account and Payment Portal

    Please create an account on the Jumpstreet Portal as the initial deposit of $100 is due on December 1.  

    1. Please visit https://mytour.jumpstreet.com
    2. Create your account on the right hand side of the screen using your information (you will enter your child’s information in the next screen).  
      1. When prompted, enter the Tour Web Code of 40876
    3. Create your Child’s Profile.
    4. Select Optional Products (the only option is medical insurance).
    5. Make initial deposit payment of $100.
      1. You can also opt to:
        1. pay the full amount, or
        2. pay a higher amount than $100, but less than full amount, or
        3. set up the Auto-Pay system which automatically withdraws the required amounts from your Visa or Mastercard on the pre-established due dates
    6. Click Process Transaction.

     

    Payment 2 of $200 is due on Friday, February 3

    Payment 3 of $200 is due on Friday, March 3

    Final Payment of $209 is due on Friday, April 7

     

    Should you have any questions with the portal or payment process, please contact our Jumpstreet Tours Specialist:

     

    Livia Laverdure

    lLaverdure@jumpstreet.com

    1-800-663-4956 extension 3739

     


     

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  • Wednesday, November 9, 2016

     

    Dear Grade 8 Parents:

     

    As indicated on the November 4, 2016 letter announcing New York as our destination for the grade 8 end-of-year field trip, the purpose of this letter is to provide you with two pieces of information: a draft itinerary and directions to create an account with Jumpstreet, our tour company and make the initial $100 deposit.

     

    On Tuesday afternoon, we made some adjustments to our itinerary, so while Jumpstreet makes those changes, I will instead offer you the highlights of our three-day, two-night trip which departs HMS on Wednesday, June 7 and returns on Friday, June 9:

     

    • Statue of Liberty
    • Ellis Island
    • Broadway Musical
    • 9/11 Memorial and Museum
    • Metropolitan Museum of Art
    • Central Park
    • Financial District
    • Spirit of New York Dinner and Sightseeing Cruise
    • American Museum of Natural History
    • Accommodations at the Sheraton Edison in Edison, NJ

     

    Account and Payment Portal

    Please create an account on the Jumpstreet Portal as the initial deposit of $100 is due on December 1.  

    1. Please visit https://mytour.jumpstreet.com
    2. Create your account on the right hand side of the screen using your information (you will enter your child’s information in the next screen).  
      1. When prompted, enter the Tour Web Code of 40876
    3. Create your Child’s Profile.
    4. Select Optional Products (the only option is medical insurance).
    5. Make initial deposit payment of $100.
      1. You can also opt to:
        1. pay the full amount, or
        2. pay a higher amount than $100, but less than full amount, or
        3. set up the Auto-Pay system which automatically withdraws the required amounts from your Visa or Mastercard on the pre-established due dates
    6. Click Process Transaction.

     

    Payment 2 of $200 is due on Friday, February 3

    Payment 3 of $200 is due on Friday, March 3

    Final Payment of $209 is due on Friday, April 7

     

    Should you have any questions with the portal or payment process, please contact our Jumpstreet Tours Specialist:

     

    Livia Laverdure

    lLaverdure@jumpstreet.com

    1-800-663-4956 extension 3739

     

    Finally, while the cost due to Jumpstreet is $709, I want you to be aware of additional expenses for the trip (I recommend that students bring with them $100):

    • lunch on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
    • souvenirs,
    • $10 gratuity that we will collect from students and provide to tour leaders and drivers.

     

    Thank you,

     

    Alan M. Keller

    HMS Principal


     

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  • Dear Grade 8 Parents,

     

    We hope you and your family had a wonderful Thanksgiving.  This email is a follow-up to the one sent on November 9 regarding our end-of-year grade 8 field trip to New York City.  

     

    Initial Deposit

    Please be aware that a $100 deposit is due by the end of the day on Thursday, December 1.  The email sent on November 9 has the details for registering you and your child and submitting payment.  Please let us know if you need assistance.

     

    Behavior Contract

    During Tuesday morning’s homeroom, students will receive a Behavior Contract that must be signed by your child, a parent and then returned to homeroom on or before Friday, December 2.  This contract informs students and parents that our expectations on field trips are the same as the ones in school, and as such, students behavior in school is suggestive as to how they will behave outside of it.  It is certainly our hope and expectation that all students will be able to attend this field trip for its duration, however, students who fail to meet our expectations during school will not be permitted to attend our grade 8 field trip.  In addition, should misbehavior occur while on our field trip, we will ask a parent to come to New York to pick up your child.  

     

    Resources

    Finally, as we continue to send documents and materials to you, they are being maintained on our school website, for your reference, under Parents > Grade/Team Websites > Grade 8 > New York City.

     

    Thanks,

     

    Alan M. Keller

    HMS Principal


     

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  • November 4, 2016

    Dear Grade 8 Parents,
     
    As you know, on July 29, 2016, I communicated to you my decision to discontinue visiting Washington, D.C. for our grade 8 field trip.  In this letter, I stated that in finding an alternative to Washington, D.C., that I was “committed to keeping the cost of the trip under $700, utilizing bus transportation, and seeking your input and the input of our educators and students in finding an outstanding alternative.”

    Approximately 30 parents attended a Planning Meeting on the evening of September 12, 2016, where we developed a list of new sites and options for the grade 8 trip.  Over the course of the next six weeks, I held multiple meetings with parent, student and educator groups where individuals offered their ideas on destinations and activities.  The unanimous selection from the three groups was New York City.  I am pleased to inform you that the following was approved at Thursday’s School Committee meeting: 

    Grade 8 End-of-Year Field Trip
    • Depart: early morning on Wednesday, June 7, 2017

    • Return: evening on Friday, June 9, 2017

    • Cost: $709

    • Additional expenses: lunch on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday; dinner on Friday; $10 gratuity; money for souvenirs

    • Transportation: Bus

    • Accommodation: Hotel outside of NYC

    • Tour Operator: Jumpstreet Educational Tours

    I worked with multiple tour companies in order to offer our students an outstanding experience that connects with the HMS curriculum in multiple disciplines.  I am disappointed to not provide this trip at my stated goal of under $700, however the flexibility, customer service, and background checks of each company convinced me that going slightly over this figure was better than sacrificing quality.  I firmly believe that Jumpstreet Educational Tours will offer us a superior educational and social experience.  
    Next Wednesday, November 9, I will send a listserve message to you with our draft itinerary that includes details on creating an online account where you will register your child and send payments.  For your planning purposes, there are four payment due dates:
    • December 1, 2016: $100/student

    • February 3, 2017: $200/student

    • March 3, 2017: $200/student

    • April 7, 2017: $209/student

    We are excited to undertake this trip and hope that you and your child feel the same.  I have greatly appreciated your feedback, patience and understanding as we made this shift.
     
    Thank you,
     

    Alan M. Keller

    HMS Principal


     

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  • September 2, 2016

     

    Dear Parents,

     

    We hope that you are enjoying the long weekend with your family as much as we were able to enjoy the first two days of the 2016-2017 School year.  As an educator, I always enjoy starting before Labor Day as I feel as though it allows us to handle a lot of logistical items with students -- lockers, school, homeroom and classroom procedures -- before we dig into the work of the year when we return from the long weekend.

     

    We had a great two days together.  During our welcome assembly with grade 6 students, Mrs. Grady, Mrs. Benbenek and I were pleased to hear from students as to how much they enjoyed their first day and half together.  Leading the way among HMS compliments were the number of clubs offered and the food in the cafeteria.  We’re striving to also impress students with our curriculum and instruction, but expect that will take some time.

     

    During the Grade 6 Welcome Assembly, we shared this presentation.  Next week, we will also meet with our grades 7 and 8 teams, and while we typically cover less detail since the majority of grades 7 and 8 students were with us last year, much of the content is similar.

     

    Important Forms to be Returned to HMS

    Finally, in addition to the forms that were sent home last week, we have several more items that require your attention. Handbook Acknowledgement Forms  and the 1:1 Manual must be returned to your child’s homeroom teacher on or before Friday, September 9.  

     

    • Handbook

    Please ensure that you and your child read through the Hopkinton Middle School Student and Parent Handbook as it outlines the expectations we have of one another and serves as a guide to a successful year together.  

     

     

    • 1:1 Manual

    Finally, we ask that you and your child please review the Hopkinton Middle School 1:1 Digital Learning Student and Parent Manual.  Parents and students are required to read the manual and to digitally sign the “Acknowledgement of Receipt and Understanding” found at the end of the manual.

     

    • Hopkinton Middle School Photo Restriction

    Throughout the year, we publish photographs of staff and students.   The Photo Restriction Form is only to be returned if you do NOT want us to publish a photograph of your child.  Please return this to your child’s homeroom teacher on or before September 9.

     

    Back to School Nights

    For grade 6 parents, we look forward to seeing you on Wednesday night, September 7 at 6:30 p.m. for our Grade 6 Back to School Night.  Your child will bring home a schedule for you to follow that evening.

     

    Grades 7 and 8 parents, we look forward to seeing you on Thursday, September 29 at 6:30 p.m.

     

    Restorative Culture Presentation

    Finally, please mark your calendars for a very special parent presentation on the evening of October 24 at 6:30 p.m. at the HMS Auditorium.  Through the generosity of the HopkintonEducation Foundation, we are pleased to present Katy Hutchinson, a caring parent and restorative justice advocate.  Ms. Hutchinson will be speaking to our staff and students at HMS and HHS on the power of creating a culture that supports the health and growth of all students.

     

    Thank you for your support and preparing your children for the first two days.  We are looking forward to an outstanding year together.

     

    Alan M. Keller

    HMS Principal


     

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  • April 12, 2016


    Dear Middle School Parents,


    I would like to make you aware of proposed changes to our grades 7 and 8 math programs for the upcoming school year.  As you may know, we offer varying levels of math classes beginning in grade 7.  In the current year (2015-2016), these levels are:


    2015-2016 Grades 7 and 8 Math

    Grade 7

    Grade 8

    Co-Taught Math 7

    Co-Taught Math 8

    Math 7

    Math 8

    Honors Math 7

    Honors Math 8


    When we established the current Honors Math model, it enabled us to accommodate a greater number of “above grade level” math students and override requests from parents.  However, in doing so we are not adequately meeting the needs of either group of students (those that do well on grade level math, and those that perform well above-grade level math).


    Therefore, in the 2016-2017 school year, we are preparing to shift to a model that will offer Grade 7 Pre-Algebra and Grade 8 Algebra 1 for students whose math skills and knowledge are well-above grade level:  


    Proposed 2016-2017 Grades 7 and 8 Math

    Grade 7

    Grade 8

    Math 7

    Math 8

    Honors Math 7

    Honors Math 8

    Grade 7 Pre-Algebra

    Grade 8 Algebra 1


    Criteria used for determining student’s placement into Grade 7 Pre-Algebra or Grade 8 Algebra:


    Criteria for entering Grade 7 Pre-Algebra

    Criteria for entering Grade 8 Algebra 1

    Fluency Assessment (April 2016)

    Currently enrolled in Honors Math 7 (or recommendation from Math 7 teacher)

    MCAS (May 2015)

    MCAS (May 2015)

    Iowa Algebra Aptitude Test (April 2016)

    Iowa Algebra Aptitude Test (April 2016)

    Year-to-date assessment grade (May 2015)

    Year-to-date grade (May 2015)

    Teacher Rubric

     

    We will be discussing this shift, in addition to its alignment with High School pathways at our upcoming Grades 6-12 Science, Technology, Engineering and Math evening (7:00 - 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 14 in the HMS Library).


    Thank you,


    Alan M. Keller

    HMS Principal

     
     
     
       
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Hopkinton Middle School
88 Hayden Rowe Street
Hopkinton, MA 01748
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