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HSD Elementary 2014-2015 Calendar
Hopkinton School District Staff
Mission, Vision, Values, and Goals
School Health Information
Hopkinton School District Policies
Zero Tolerance Policy
Pupil Safety and Violence Prevention
Weapons and Dangerous Implements on School Property
Sexual Violence and Sexual Harassment
Drug Alcohol Policy
Hopkinton School District Responsible Use of Technology
Hopkinton School District Concussion/Head Injury
Parent/Guardian and Student Information
Parent Teachers Association
The Hopkinton PTA has adopted and pursues the following mission: to support and speak on behalf of children and youth in schools, to assist parents in developing the skills they need to raise and protect their children, and to encourage parent and public involvement in schools.
Unlike many PTAs in many other districts, the Hopkinton PTA addresses all grades in its district, K through 12.
Each year the PTA raises and distributes funds to support programs that enrich the school experience for children in our community. Last year, over $8000 was distributed to support a variety of programs including Destination Imagination, book fairs, enrichment programs, Project Graduation, honors and awards nights, scholarships, Teacher Appreciation Day, and the Artist-in-Residence and Author-in-Residence programs. In addition, the PTA organized events such as the annual Fun Fair, the Halloween Parade and Social, promoting safety with bike and ski helmet sales with significantly reduced prices, the Clay-Works workshop, family night events, movie nights, and class parties for Harold Martin School students to kick-off the school year. The PTA also donated approximately $2,000 that helped defray the cost of field trips in all three schools.
Please watch for information regarding joining the Hopkinton PTA. We generally meet on the first Wednesday of every month in the preschool room at Harold Martin School.
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