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Hopkins AVID college prep program accepting applications

December 02, 2016
AVID is program that can benefit all students, but specifically targets those in the academic "middle" and is about acceleration, not remediation.

You Belong in Hopkins

December 02, 2016
Being part of a global environment has inherent benefits, offering a type of immersion experience in cultural competency that is hard to truly understand through a textbook.

Hopkins Public Schools employees raise over $25,000 to support community charities

December 01, 2016
The Hopkins Public Schools Employee Charitable Giving Campaign raised $25,768 for four local charities. A total of 244 donations were received, with 74 percent of donors supporting ResourceWest and Move Forward (formerly Teens Alone).

Hopkins Education Foundation announces 17 grants to support Hopkins students

November 30, 2016
The grants amounted to $46,213, bringing HEF’s total contribution to Hopkins Public Schools to just over $2.5 million.

Tanglen celebrates first school pride day of new year

November 28, 2016
Students recognized for displaying PAWS Pride and a former Minnesota Vikings player talks with students about grit and hard work.

North Junior High students give back on Seventh Grade Day of Service

November 23, 2016
Seventh-grade students participate in school-day activities aimed at providing for others in the community.

Hopkins Gatewood alumna sparks pay-it-forward movement with donation to fifth-graders

November 22, 2016
For the second year in a row, Marisa Bingham, a former Gatewood Gator, provided 76 fifth-graders with $50 to be donated to a cause of their choice.

Hopkins High School choral program and conductor Philip Brown in the running for ‘The American Prize’

November 16, 2016
The Hopkins High School Concert Choir was named a semi-finalist in the High School Chorus division of The American Prize, a national non-profit competition in the performing arts.

Meadowbrook Service Night empowers students, community to give back

November 15, 2016
Annual event brings together community members and youth to create and package items, which were donated to local charities and nonprofit organizations.

Eisenhower + XinXing Fall Festival bring families, students together

November 14, 2016
The annual event comprised of a carnival, fair games, and old fashioned fun for all ages.

Meadowbrook Service Night was Friday, Novmber 11, 2016

November 14, 2016
Families worked together at a variety of stations to prepare items for communities in need.

19 Hopkins High School students honored at first-ever Student Recognition event

November 14, 2016
Hopkins High School students were spotlighted for their academic achievements, kindness, and ability to overcome challenges.

Community Education, Hopkins High School team up to send students on college tours

November 11, 2016
Collegiate visits show students the number of local options available and help them make informed decisions about post-secondary schooling.

First-ever “Doughnuts with Dads” breakfast packs Glen Lake

November 10, 2016
Students and their father figures spent some quality time together over sweet doughnuts and conversation.

In a Class of Their Own

November 10, 2016
Between North Junior High and West Junior High, about 230 students qualify for ALM by demonstrating that they are in the 95th percentile in the nation in reading and math.


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