Due to the National Weather Service’s high confidence in tomorrow’s forecast, which calls for 1 inch of snow per hour during the morning commute and continuing through the evening, we made the decision to cancel school for Wednesday, February 20. The amount of snow forecasted will significantly impact our bussing and our ability to safely transport students to school. As part of this closure, there will be no Kids & Company, Stepping Stones, Stay & Explore, or Kaleidoscope Preschool. Early Childhood Family Education (ECFE) and Early Childhood Special Education classes are cancelled. Staff are not to report. Afternoon activities are canceled.
In her May column, Dr. Rhoda Mhiripiri-Reed talks about the skills our students will need in the future, and they are not necessarily what you might expect. She also addresses the social-emotional strategies that Hopkins is putting in place.
Grants impact all education levels, from early childhood to high school and also include three “Awesome Fund” awards to student clubs. To date, HEF has raised more than $2.6 million since its inception in 1995.
The Report Card is a science-based tool that measures how well a city is doing at reducing greenhouse gas emissions to the levels needed to protect the youngest generation from the worst effects of the climate crisis.
Led by Dr. Rhoda Mhiripiri-Reed, superintendent of Hopkins Public Schools, and Hopkins High School students, the "Lets Talk about Race" event is an opportunity to have a structured conversation on race, ethnicity, and culture.
Teams were asked to transform local turkey tenderloin, whole grains and vegetables into a delicious meal to present to an esteemed panel of judges including Dr. Rhoda Mhiripiri-Reed and Milo Fleming of Top Chef Junior, among others.
Calling all Tanglen Tigers! We’re celebrating your school's rich history. Please join us on Friday, May 18 from 5 to 8 p.m. for our 50th anniversary celebration. Free and open to the entire community. Join us!