A new partnership with a local nonprofit is paving the way for our scholars of color to see themselves represented in our educators. A critical success indicator of Vision 2031 is that staff demographics reflect the student body.
Hopkins promises an educational experience for students ages 0-21 that prepares them to succeed in our increasingly complex, rapidly changing world. Our students are recognized as global scholars — who work collaboratively, disrupt the status quo, and solve some of the world’s most complex problems. They are the best and brightest citizens of tomorrow. Together, we are creating a better world by inspiring each student to reach their full potential.
The Hopkins School Board will be offering a comprehensive training session for those interested in learning about becoming part of the school board.
In accordance with the Minnesota School Safety Plan, masks are required through the end of the school year for our scholars and staff in all of our indoor spaces — this includes when students are riding on buses.
In the May 2021 Update newsletter, we highlight Hopkins High School English teacher and Minnesota Teacher of the Year finalist Layne Bell.
Many community members are wondering why the COVID-19 federal relief money is not enough for schools. We encourage you to take a look at our legislative priorities below and take action by contacting your legislators and legislative leaders.
Join us for an interactive open house and learn about the joy of outdoor learning. Tuesday, May 25, 5:30-7 p.m. Registration appreciated.