Fundraising

Fundraising

Nutrition Guidelines for Food Available on Campus (Not Part of the Food

Service Program).

The Hopkinton School District recognizes the importance of healthy eating in academic success and in leading a healthy lifestyle.  Furthermore, the Hopkinton School District also recognizes the important role it plays in making food available to both students and staff.

The following guidelines address food provided through fundraising activities, concessions, and vending machines, in classrooms and at special events.

A.   Fundraising

1.   The Hopkinton School District requires groups/clubs/teams to obtain principal and superintendent prior approval for all food related fundraisers. The superintendent will make available a list of encouraged fundraisers.

2.   Groups/clubs/teams must agree to the following guidelines:

a) Fundraisers involving food will use only foods that meet the school district nutrition guidelines. (Exceptions may be granted to seasonal, gift type sales programs.)

b) Fundraising activities that promote physical activity will be encouraged.

B.   Concessions*

1.   The Hopkinton School District requires groups/clubs/teams to obtain principal and superintendent approval prior to the selling of concessions at school district functions.

2.   Groups/clubs/teams must agree to the following guidelines:

a)   All items sold must be from the school district’s approved product list. (The link to the list is below.)

b) The sale of main course type items must include a reduced fat option.

*Concession sales, though fundraising activities, are bound by the concession policy sub-section only.

C.        Vending

1.   The Hopkinton School District requires groups/clubs/teams to obtain principal and superintendent approval prior to the placement of vending machine in school district facilities.

2.   All vending items must be from the school district’s approved product list. (The link to the list is below.)

Hopkinton School District Approved Snack and Vending Items (John C. Stalker Institute)

If you are interested in conducting a fundraiser to benefit the students of the Hopkinton School District, please work with a building administrator in completing the following form: HSD Fundraising form

News

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.
Posted on
03/26/2019
In February 2018, the State of New Hampshire adopted Senate Bill 247 "Preventing Childhood LeadPoisoning from Paint and Water." This bill requires that by July 1, 2019, all schools and licensedchildcare facilities in the state complete testing for lead in drinking water at all locations where water isavailable for consumption by children.
Posted on
03/04/2019
Please join us for the 2019 Annual School District Meeting on Saturday, March 9, 2019, at 9:00 a.m. at the  Hopkinton Middle High School Gymnasium.  Streaming link for Annual School District Meeting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijvxX5XDOH4
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