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MCA Tests Benefit All Hopkins Students

March 24, 2017
MCA testing season is upon us. There are plenty of reasons to take the MCA. Hopkins High School Principal Doug Bullinger explains the benefits of the test in this short and slightly humorous video called “Take the MCA.”

Singers, jugglers, teacher skits entertain at North Junior High variety show

March 23, 2017
North Junior High students got a taste of the talent at their school during the variety show March 22. And it wasn’t just the students. From singers and dancers to jugglers and even a harpist, students and staff alike got in on the action.

North students talk family history and standing up against discrimination with Holocaust survivor’s daughter

March 23, 2017
Twin Cities resident Iris Tzafrir shared the story of her parents, both survivors of the Holocaust, with North Junior High eighth-graders to spread a message of compassion and acceptance.

Hopkins student receives gold medal from the National Scholastic Art Awards

March 22, 2017
Car Thie received a gold medal, the highest honor high school art students can receive. His artwork will be shipped to New York City where it will be on display during a National Ceremony in June at Carnegie Hall.

Hopkins High School helps students build a foundation for life

March 21, 2017
Hopkins High School Principal Doug Bullinger would like to create some space for students to think about who they are and who they want to become.

MCA Tests Benefit All Hopkins Students

March 21, 2017
The MCA results are critical for our work in improving instruction, supporting equity, and providing another key piece of information about individual students and their needs.

North AVID 9 students present service night projects

March 20, 2017
Students researched and presented on topics that were both interesting and also opportunities for them to make a positive impact. Projects were wide reaching, focusing on health and wellbeing, cultural diversity and inclusion, and educational material.

Koo Koo Kanga Roo brings wacky dance party to Meadowbrook

March 20, 2017
Minneapolis-based duo Koo Koo Kanga Roo performed some of their famous tunes for an excited full house of Meadowbrook students and staff.

Hopkins Public Schools hosts free showing of “Screenagers,” community discussion panel

March 17, 2017
Hopkins Public Schools, in partnership with Hopkins One Voice Coalition, is hosting a community-wide, free screening of the award-winning documentary, Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age, March 28 at 6:30 p.m., at the Hopkins Center for the Arts.

Hopkins students compete in culinary competition

March 16, 2017
Hopkins High School was one of 14 schools across the state to compete in the ProStart Culinary competition on March 9 at Sysco headquarters. They finished in fourth place.

Gatewood Kids and Co. supervisor receives ‘Innovation award’ for green thumb

March 16, 2017
Hopkins Kids and Co. supervisor Kara Wattunen received the first-ever Minnesota Innovator Garden Award on March 3 at the Schoolyard Gardens Conference hosted by the Minnesota Arboretum.

Video: You Belong in Glen Lake

March 13, 2017
When asked to describe their school, staff and students alike said they felt a sense of community and belonging. Watch the video and learn why You Belong in Glen Lake!

Ten Hopkins students recognized at Caring Youth Awards

March 10, 2017
The annual award ceremony, in conjunction with the Hopkins and Minnetonka school districts and the Glen Lake Optimists, honors the caring contributions of area young people.

Update on leadership change from the Hopkins School Board

March 10, 2017
As you likely have heard, Superintendent John Schultz has been extended an offer from Edina Public Schools to be their next superintendent.

Royal Bash raises $181,200 for Hopkins students

March 09, 2017
The Mardi Gras-themed event drew 400 supporters and raised $181,200 for grants and special projects that directly benefit Hopkins Public Schools students.

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