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Hopkins AVID student receives Dell Scholarship

April 16, 2015
Hopkins High School senior Jaelynne Palmer has been named a Dell Scholar by the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation. As a finalist, Palmer will receive $20,000 to help fund a four-year college education

Hopkins Public Schools selects director of teaching and learning

April 16, 2015
Hopkins Public Schools is proud to announce its decision to hire Karen Terhaar as the director of teaching and learning. Terhaar will replace current director, Diane Schimelpfenig, who is retiring after a 44-year career with Hopkins Public Schools.

BOOST TASC speaker shares how to ace the interview and excel in the workplace

April 09, 2015
Owner and operator of Commonsense Consulting@Work, Janice Downing, spoke to Hopkins students about the current job market, and shared important tips for nailing the interview process. Her presentation was part of the BOOST TASC speaker series

Glen Lake ‘We Day’ students raise $1,900 for families in Ghana

April 09, 2015
Inspired by We Day, Glen Lake students choose to support the international charity, Free the Children, by collecting coins that will help a village in need

Technocrats take third place

April 09, 2015
Hopkins High School F.I.R.S.T. Robotics Team 2239, otherwise known as the Technocrats, came in third place at the Minnesota North Star Regional Competition

Concert to honor 40 years of music

April 09, 2015
On the evening of April 27, Hopkins Public Schools is hosting a tribute concert to Kay Hawley, who is retiring after 43 years of teaching music

Hopkins High School choirs continues tradition of excellence

April 09, 2015
The Hopkins High School choir program received multiple honors throughout the month of March at both state and regional competitions

Annual Spring Blood Drive

April 08, 2015
The annual spring blood drive will be held on Wednesday, April 15 at Hopkins High School

Digital Initiative to Transform Learning at Hopkins High School

April 08, 2015
Hopkins High School is looking to provide students with the 21st century pencil. That’s how teachers describe the 1:1 Digital Initiative that is expected to launch next fall at the high school

Building Culturally Responsive Schools in Hopkins

April 08, 2015
Engaging all students in Hopkins Public Schools and increasing their achievement has always been, and continues to be, a priority for our staff. One way we are doing this is by deepening our staff's culturally responsive skills and practices

Technology Integration Presentation

April 07, 2015
In this presentation we learn about the exciting ways in which digital devices are incorporated into academic curricula, and how they benefit both instructors and students!

Empty Bowls raises $71,139 for ResourceWest and ICA Food Shelf

April 02, 2015
Held at the Hopkins Center for the Arts, the event drew community members of all ages who came out to enjoy a simple meal of soup and bread, pottery and local entertainment

ExploraDome visit offers students an out-of-this-world experience

March 27, 2015
A scholarship awarded to Gatewood Elementary by the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation made the ExploraDome visit possible

The Hopkins Highlight - Student Initiatives

March 25, 2015
Episode #3 features the different learning opportunities Hopkins High School students can experience beyond the classroom to gain personal skills and build their résumés.

Winter activity season ends on high note for Royals

March 24, 2015
Many successes and achievements, including a state title for girls basketball, were recognized during a school-wide assembly for those participating in winter activities and sports

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