Members of the Hopkinton School Committee will be holding office hours on Monday, February 24, 2014 at 11:00 A.M. at the Hopkinton Senior Center to provide residents with an opportunity to attend and ask questions or give feedback regarding current school-related issues.
As part of a new office hour initiative, the Hopkinton School Committee would like to announce office hours for the school committee at 7:00 PM on Tuesday, December 10 at Cornell’s, 229 Hayden Rowe St. Their intention will be to have one per month, hosted at different […]
If you can only attend one School Committee meeting a year, this is the most important meeting to attend! After the public’s input at the hearing tonight the School Committee will consider making any changes they decide are necessary to the Superintendent’s budget before submitting […]
If you can only attend one School Committee meeting a year, this is the most important meeting to attend! After the public’s input at the hearing on Thursday the School Committee will consider making any changes they decide are necessary to the Superintendent’s budget before […]
Welcome to Fall! School is back in session, and that means it’s time to start thinking about next year! The budgeting process for the next fiscal year will begin soon, and there already has been news about how the 2010/2011 full-day kindergarten pilot will likely […]
Stop by the Library and have a chat with our new Town Manager Norman KhumaloWeds., July 8th at 8:30 amHopkinton Public Library Find us online www.educatehopkinton.com Find us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/pages/Educate-Hopkinton/47531526543 Educate Hopkinton’s goal is to keep people up-to-date […]
State Representative Carolyn Dykema and State Senator Karen Spilka will be holding office hours in Hopkinton on Monday, June 15 at 9:30-11:00 AM at the Hopkinton Public Library. Official results of the 2009 Town Meeting and Town Election are now posted on the Town Clerk’s […]
Dear Educate Hopkinton Subscriber – The town budget process for FY10 is already underway. The Selectmen voted 4-1 on February 7 not to consider an override for the FY10 budget. They are currently considering whether to take the annual 2 1/2% allowed by the state. […]