Notices

Legal notices of Hopkins Public Schools include official meeting notices, bids, and requests for proposal. Hopkins Public Schools also has a number of official notices for parents and residents.

Find both legal notices and official notices below.


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Legal Notices

Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by ISD 270 Hopkins Public Schools until 11:30 a.m. CST on Tuesday April 6, 2021 for the purchase of milk and dairy products. This is a request for bid and will be a sealed public bid.  

Proposals will be received by ISD 270 Hopkins Public Schools until 10:30 a.m. CST on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 for the purchase of fresh produce. This is a request for proposal and not a sealed public bid. 

ISD #270 will receive sealed bids for the Meadowbrook Elementary School Parking Lot Improvements project. The bids will not be publicly opened and read aloud due to COVID-19 restrictions. A bid tabulation will be provided to all plan holders after the bid opening.


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Official Notices

Hopkins Public Schools provides students and staff with access to the School District's electronic resources, including computers, networks, Internet, and servers. 

If you require accommodations to effectively participate in the education of your child or to communicate with your child's school, please indicate your needs to the school.

The Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) requires a semi-annual asbestos survey at each school to monitor the overall condition of previously known or assumed asbestos containing material (ACM)

Hopkins Public Schools is committed to an inclusive educational program and school climate that affirms the value and supports the full development of individual students.

We advocate that a healthy school environment is one in which the surroundings contribute to a conducive learning environment for students, productivity for teachers and staff, and a sense of comfort, health, and well-being for all school occupants.

The district has a procedure for parents or adult students, 18 years of age or older, to review the content of the instructional materials that the district is providing to students.

Under the federal No Child Left Behind Act, military recruiters can request from school districts the names, addresses, and home telephone numbers of students in 11th and 12th grades.

On a space-available basis, the district will permit resident students to enroll in district schools outside of their attendance areas, and nonresident students to enroll in district schools.

The Janet B. Johnson Parents' Right-to-Know Act of 2000 (Minnesota Statute 121A.30) requires school districts to notify parents of dates that the District may apply pesticides in or around school property.

Sometimes, winter storms or other emergencies cause Hopkins Public Schools to close school for the day, delay the beginning of the school day, or close school early.

Information about students is collected and maintained in individual student records. Upon request, parents may have access to their child's records and have the content explained to them.

Parents of students who attend one of Hopkins Public Schools' Title I schools have the right, under the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLBA) of 2001, to know the professional qualifications of the teachers who instruct their children.

Hopkins Public Schools is dedicated to providing a healthy, comfortable, and productive environment for students, staff, and citizens. Hopkins Public Schools commits to:

  • The total elimination of tobacco use on school property and at school activities
  • Providing educational programs to help students resist tobacco use