District Goals

DISTRICT MISSION STATEMENT

Above All, Care (Adopted by the Hopkinton School Board June 17, 2014)

EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY

The District believes that an exceptional academic program must be the essential foundation for our schools and that all students should have an equal access to the best instructional program designed to continuously challenge each student. We believe our schools will thrive by focusing on intellectual growth in an environment of true respect and excitement about learning. Through this focus, in partnership with family and community, students will be guided in growth of character, social responsibility, and emotional stability. Our goal is to produce outstanding students who have developed the knowledge and skills needed to achieve their personal goals and to be responsible members of society.

SCHOOL DISTRICT GOALS

  • Ensuring student learning
  • Utilizing best practices in all aspects of District operations.
  • Ensuring high school + for all students (high school + is the concept that every graduate from the Hopkinton School District is prepared for post high school education or to achieve certification in a specialized area (automotive, IT, electric work, etc.).
  • Raise the bar and close the gap

News

Posted on
08/13/2019
The Hopkinton School District through the Building Project Committee is seeking proposals for qualified Architect Services for the Hopkinton School District Construction/Renovation Project.Proposals from qualified firms or individuals are due no later than 12:00 p.m. on September 20, 2019.For full details, please see the document below:complete_rfp_for_architects_document.pdf
Posted on
07/25/2019
The Hopkinton School District through the Building Project Committee is seeking proposals for qualified Owner Project Management Services (OPM) for the Hopkinton School District Construction/Renovation Project.Proposals from qualified firms or individuals are due no later than 4pm on August 15, 2019.For full details, please see the document below:OPM RFPQuestions and responses on the OPM RFP can...
Posted on
04/17/2019
The district recently completed testing additional faucets for lead levels. During the second round of testing, one faucet in the Learning Center at Maple Street School exceeded the lead level threshold and was immediately removed from service until it could be remediated.
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