Nevaeh Madison was surprised with a scholarship that will cover her college tuition for four years.
THE HOPKINS PROMISE
Last week, students at Glen Lake had the amazing opportunity to visit the headquarters of Mortenson Construction. They received a tour of the buildings, which included labs, hammers, model cranes, and even some virtual reality.Five students, along with Glen Lake staff and parents, were invited to share a presentation and answer questions about their Accessible Playground Project. Their words were heard by dozens of Mortenson staff in the room, and they also reached over 600 employees via livestream!
Elementary students at Eisenhower are leading the way in making their school, community, and planet a cleaner and greener place! At a recent assembly, students learned how to recycle and dispose of waste properly, as well as reduce their carbon footprint. In addition, as a part of the Collaborative Lab School Opportunities program, CLS scholars had the chance to film this event and also take photos in part with the Hopkins School District marketing team. They did a wonderful job – keep a lookout for more work coming from them as well!
A total of 31 Hopkins scholars participated in the annual Minnesota DECA State Career Development Conference in Minneapolis on March 5-7.
Last week, during a Neighborhood Day, fifth- and sixth-graders at Tanglen Elementary moved and grooved as they learned salsa and merengue. The activity was a great opportunity for the students to learn a new skill and build friendship at the same time.
Neighborhood Days happen throughout the year. The aim is to foster community and connection through special cross-classroom activities.
Ocar was nominated by Hopkins High School senior Evelyn Feldman, who was in Ocar’s AP Literature class and served as her teacher’s assistant.