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Early Childhood Family Education Video

March 20, 2018
Learn how ECFE benefits both parents and their young children!

Alice Smith celebrates students’ culture at 13th-annual Heritage Festival

March 16, 2018
The annual Heritage Festival is an opportunity for the staff and students to celebrate their diversity and cultural backgrounds, as well as learn about others through performances and a potluck.

Hopkins High School student Amarya Ward-West receives Beat the Odds scholarship

March 16, 2018
The high school senior is one of five students in the state of Minnesota to receive this honor, which is given to those who have overcome tremendous adversity in life.

Empty Bowls fundraiser continues to help Hopkins community in 20th year

March 15, 2018
The 2018 event grossed over $71,125, money that will be given to ResourceWest and the ICA Food Shelf in support of their programs that help community members in need.

Hopkins High School BOOST TASC draws U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison for a one-on-one conversation

March 13, 2018
U.S. Rep. Keith Ellison fielded a number of questions related to hot-button issues during his appearance on Monday, March 12, as part of the BOOST TASC Speaker Series. names Hopkins Public Schools a 2018 ‘Best School District in America’

March 08, 2018
Hopkins earned sixth-place in the category of “Best School Districts in Minnesota" and did well in a number of other categories including best teachers and safest schools.

Hopkins welcomes Minnesota Orchestra conductor at Lake Conference Orchestra Festival

March 07, 2018
Hopkins High School played host to the 2018 Lake Conference Orchestra Festival March 6 and 7, and welcomed a special guest conductor, Roderick Cox from the Minnesota Orchestra.

North Junior High builds program that helps all students ‘WIN’

March 07, 2018
A restructure of North’s existing advisory time allows all students to participate in everything the school has to offer.

Hopkins Preschools Expand!

March 07, 2018
Is your child ready for the 2018-19 school year? Hopkins Preschools are expanding to serve our community better with new programs and sites at each Hopkins elementary school in Hopkins, Minnetonka, and Golden Valley.

The Future of Hopkins: From Great to World Class

March 07, 2018
Over the next year, Hopkins Public Schools will be on what Dr. Rhoda Mhiripiri-Reed describes as the "Great to World Class" trajectory. Read about our strategic vision and how you can get involved in Mhiripiri-Reed's spring column.

Tanglen students turn Valentine’s Day party into service-learning opportunity

March 07, 2018
Socks are among the most needed items in homeless shelters, but are often the least donated item. To help address this, third-grade students at Tanglen once again hosted a Sock Sack Service Project party and made kits for those experiencing homelessness.

Survey reveals parents feel connected to their schools and are satisfied with school communication

March 07, 2018
Key findings from the report revealed many positives and also areas in which school communication could improve.

Hopkins Education Foundation's 2018 Royal Bash raises a record-setting $275,000

March 02, 2018
'Snow' much fun was had at the winter-themed Royal Bash on Feb. 24, where 444 attendees raised funds to support innovative learning opportunities for Hopkins students.

Eight Hopkins students honored for commitment to others during Caring Youth ceremony

February 28, 2018
The annual Caring Youth Recognition banquet is a celebration of local students who dedicate their time to organizations and people in need. Twenty-four students from the area were awarded on Feb. 22.

Alice Smith hosts third-annual Black History Month Poetry Slam

February 27, 2018
Celebrating history, culture, and expression, the poetry slam was an inclusive space for all to share their stories.


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