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Hopkins Orchestra Spotlight Concert to feature Chris Koza on February 24

February 16, 2017
Students are currently collaborating with singer/songwriter Chris Koza through an artist-in-residency project. Koza will perform with the students on select songs during the February concert.

KARE 11 meteorologist Belinda Jensen shares stories, science with Eisenhower+XinXing students

February 09, 2017
As part of “I Love to Read Month,” Eisenhower Elementary+XinXing Academy is bringing in special guests to turn a few pages. And a visit from “Bel the Weather Girl” wasn’t complete with out some science.

Doomtree's Lazerbeak and Sims return to Hopkins High School to talk beats, business and life

February 09, 2017
For the first time since they graduated, Aaron Mader (class of 2000) and Andrew Sims (class of 2001) returned to Hopkins High School. These days, they are better known as Lazerbeak and Sims.

Reimagine Minnesota 2017

February 07, 2017
Please join us on Feb. 15 as we embark on a plan that creates equity, integration and excellence in education for all Minnesota students.

Hopkins High School juniors stand together during first-annual Unity Day

February 06, 2017
In an effort to be more relationship-focused, students at Hopkins High School are taking part in a new initiative, Junior Unity Day.

Twelve Hopkins student-athletes sign on to collegiate studies, sports

February 02, 2017
National Signing Day was celebrated at Hopkins High School Feb. 1 as a dozen high school student-athletes committed to academic and athletic plans after graduation.

Beijing Bamboo Orchestra dazzles Eisenhower+XinXing Academy with sounds of China

February 01, 2017
The Beijing Bamboo Orchestra is China’s first orchestra to feature all bamboo instruments. The group is on tour and made a stop in Hopkins to showcase its distinctive sounds.

Hopkins High School celebrates second-term Student Recognition Ceremony

January 31, 2017
Students from each academic department were honored for their hard work in the classroom and dedication to making the high school a better place.

Hopkins paraprofessionals celebrated during week of recognition

January 26, 2017
Paraprofessionals Week was honored in Hopkins Jan. 23-27 with ‘Thank You’ notes, treats, and other kind gestures aimed at recognizing the over 200 #RoyalParas.

Hopkins ELL teacher pens autobiography about her adoption

January 26, 2017
“Given Away,” the inaugural novel by Hopkins educator Kate Gjerde, tells the powerful story of her adoption from South Korea and her life-changing journey to find her true identity.

Community Discussion: Potential Grade Realignment

January 25, 2017
The Hopkins School Board is exploring a decision to shift to a middle school model, changing the grade configuration of Hopkins Public Schools. The Board would like to hear your voices, opinions and input as they make this decision. Join us on Feb. 16.

Tanglen celebrates at the community table during Cultural Night

January 20, 2017
An annual event at the elementary school, Cultural Night brings families and students from various backgrounds together through fellowship and food.

Hopkins High School invited to perform at the Luther College Dorian Choir

January 19, 2017
On Sunday, Jan. 14, the Hopkins High School Concert Choir was the featured high school performance at the 2017 Luther College Dorian Vocal Festival. For nearly 70 years, the festival has celebrated exceptional student talent.

Royal Productions prepares for one-act plays and state-wide theatre competition

January 19, 2017
Hopkins High School’s theatre program, Royal Productions, will present its one-act play production on Feb. 2, 3 and 4 at 7 p.m. at Hopkins High School.

Junior Achievement teaches Alice Smith students about global citizenship

January 13, 2017
Volunteers from Huron Consulting Group bring lessons about economics and business to curious third-grade students.


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