COVID-19 Hub

Hopkins is committed to the goals of Vision 2031 and the health and safety of our students and staff.

Now more than ever, our scholars need the qualities of the graduation traits in a world that is rapidly evolving. Regardless of what the world looks like, our core values hold true and these are the traits we will instill in our scholars that will set them apart from their peers. Whether in distance learning, in-person learning, or a hybrid of the two, we are committed to the goals of Vision 2031. 

Scroll down to "Updates and Resources" to read our most recent announcements. 

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Our Ongoing Commitment

Quality Instruction

Whether distance learning or in person, we are committed to providing high-quality, rigorous instruction which sparks critical thinking while inspiring optimistic innovation. 




When we co-create a culture where every child has a voice and is empowered, it benefits every child. As we develop and transition into new learning models, we will continue our work in creating anti-racist teaching practices. 


Social-Emotional Wellness Culture

We love our students and are dedicated to fostering growth in empathy and developing holistic habits. Social-emotional learning will co-occur with academic learning to enhance student intellectual growth — not replace it — and we will vigilantly integrate social-emotional curriculum through a culturally-responsive lens.

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Updates & Resources

Pandemic News & Updates

At the March 15 School Board Meeting, the Hopkins School Board unanimously accepted the recommendation of the Hopkins COVID-19 Mitigation Team to shift our district-wide masking policy for students and staff from requiring masks to strongly recommending masks. This change now includes all early childhood and preschool programs. 

Our COVID-19 Mitigation Team has carefully reviewed these guidelines and has made adjustments to our current quarantine practices for staff and students and isolation practices for Hopkins staff.

West Junior High will pivot to an online learning model on Friday, Jan. 14 and North Junior High and Hopkins High School will pivot on Tuesday, Jan. 18. All schools are expected to resume in-person learning models on Monday, Jan. 24. 

With the Covid-10 Omicron surge continuing to be challenging on many levels, we want to provide you with some brief updates about where we are with continuing to operate in-person school in Hopkins