Hopkinton Middle/High School Core Values, Beliefs, & Learning Expectations

Hopkinton Middle / High School Core Values, Beliefs, & Learning Expectations

 

CORE VALUES AND BELIEFS

We foster a learning environment that is caring, safe, supportive, and respectful.

We promote personal integrity, intellectual curiosity, civic responsibility and resiliency.

We encourage continual growth through traditional and innovative opportunities.

 

ACADEMIC COMPETENCIES

Working independently and cooperatively, students at Hopkinton Middle/High School acquire the skills, knowledge, and behaviors necessary to:

~ Communicate ideas and information in written, spoken, and artistic modes; (A1)

~ Identify, analyze, and solve complex problems actively and creatively; (A2)

~ Utilize instruments, tools, and technology of the digital age. (A3)

SOCIAL COMPETENCIES

Working independently and cooperatively, students at Hopkinton Middle/High School acquire the skills, knowledge, and behaviors necessary to:

~ Act with integrity, compassion, and respect; (S1)

~ Participate in activities that promote wellness and social awareness; (S2)

~ Connect with the natural world. (S3)

CIVIC COMPETENCIES

Working independently and cooperatively, students at Hopkinton Middle/High School acquire the skills, knowledge, and behaviors necessary to:

~ Contribute to the well-being of society; (C1)

~ Act with consideration for the values of others; (C2)

~ Honor and fulfill the responsibilities of citizenship. (C3)

 

 

Approved by Faculty on 3.7.15

Approved by the Hopkinton School Board on 6.2.15

News

Posted on
02/19/2018
A Transition Fair is coming to Hopkinton Middle High School on March 13 from 5:00 to 7:00 pm. All students, parents, grandparents, and guardians are welcome to attend. The hope is to give all who attend an increased awareness of the different career paths that are available following high school graduation. Representatives from vocational schools, community colleges, armed services recruiters,...
Posted on
02/13/2018
Many of you know  Gene Connolly, the retired Principal at Concord High School who is living with ALS. In fact, his wife Patty is a P.E. teacher here at Hopkinton Middle High School. The cost of daily nursing for Gene has become burdensome and so we are asking that you consider donating to their family to help with these expenses. Here is the link to the Go Fund Me page: https://www.gofundme.com/...
Posted on
02/13/2018
Cold and flu season is upon us! Please encourage your student to wash their hands and sanitize frequently and stay hydrated during the day. If your student has a cell phone and reaches out to you during the school day, or wants to use the office phone, please encourage them to go to the Health Office. There, our nurse Kathy Schaefer,RN will assess their symptoms and determine if they need to be...
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