June 21st - June 23rd

This is the last Student Memo of the 2021-2022 school year!

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Upcoming Schedule:

Monday 6/20 - NO SCHOOL

Tuesday 6/21 - C Day

Wednesday 6/22 - D Day

Thursday 6/23 - Make-up Day

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End of the Year Information

  • There is no school on Monday, June 20 in observance of Juneteenth.

  • Tuesday, June 21 & Wednesday, June 22 will be early release days at the high school only (12 pm dismissal). Therefore, if a student rides the bus, it will leave the HS at the normal dismissal time of 2:25 pm, so please plan accordingly!

  • Thursday, June 23 will be a ‘make-up day’ at the HS for any student who needs to make something up. Please note, students will not need to come into the building on June 23 unless they have something to make up for one of their classes and have scheduled it with their teachers.

  • Final grades will be available to view in PowerSchool by 3 pm on Monday, June 27.


Juniors: Please note a change in parking for next week. The HPTO is sponsoring a carnival on school grounds starting Thursday. However, the setup starts this weekend. They will be taking over all of the senior lot and the staff lot for their setup.

Therefore, students must park either in the water towers lot (if you are assigned there) or any of the lots down loop road (e.g., H, J & K). Staff will be parking in the old bus loop and the tennis courts.

Sophomores: As a reminder, you are not able to park on campus without a sticker for this year.


HHS junior Danielle Vundla prepared this song as part of a Juneteenth celebration and wanted to share it. Thank you and great job, Danielle!
Lift Every Voice and Sing.
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Keegan Bradley - U.S. Open

HHS alum Keegan Bradley is playing at the U.S. Open this weekend in Brookline. Check out his golf bag! Good luck, Keegan!
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Marginal Literary Magazine

Buy the latest edition of our annual literary magazine, recently recognized as a top national magazine in the NCTE REALM contest (2020) and the ASPA contest (2021) for excellence in High School Literary Magazines, featuring original stories, essays, poetry, and artwork created and selected by HHS students. Proceeds from sales will fund our 2023 magazine, contest prizes, and fees to enter national contests. Support the Arts! Support Marginal!

COST: $10 – See Mr. Lally in room A303A

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CLASSES OF 2024 & 2025

Six Flags Day Trip: Freshman & Sophomores

Sophomores and Freshmen, We are so excited for the Six Flags Trip!!

Here is the bus assignment list as well as some frequently asked questions. Bus requests will not be taken.

We can’t wait to see you at Six Flags!

The Class Officers

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Fall 2022 Athletic Registration is Now Open on Family ID

Registration for the 2022 Fall Athletic Season is now open on Family ID (https://www.familyid.com/hopkinton-high-school). Please read through this email for important information on the Fall Season and what options might be available for you. Although the deadline is not until August (see below), please register right away.

***Anyone who is even considering playing a fall sport should register as soon as possible. You can always change your mind later and either switch sports or choose not to play altogether. Our coaches and the athletic department rely on these rosters to communicate important information so the sooner coaches have this information the better!!

The deadline to register for all HS sports and MS Football is Monday, August 8th!!

The deadline to register for all other MS sports is Monday, August 15th!!

Important dates and information regarding the Spring season:

1. Registration Deadline - 8/8/22 for HS Sports and MS Football (8/15 for all other MS sports)

2. Start Dates (per MIAA rules): Friday, August 19th for Cheer, Football and Golf. All other HS teams will start on Monday, August 22nd along with MS Football. All other MS teams will start Wednesday, August 31st -- the first day of school.

3. The only 2 items needed in order to try out are:

a. Registered on Family ID

b. Upload a valid physical as part of your registration (physicals are valid for 13 months)

***Athletic Fees will be collected after teams are finalized and are NOT needed to try out (you CANNOT pay during registration on Family ID). Please note the athletic fees for the 2022-2023 school year have changed. MS Sports and Unified Sports are still $200 per season while all other HS Sports are $225 per season with a family cap of $1,350.

Our athletic trainer, Ms. Amanda, will coordinate SWAY testing (baseline concussion testing) during the preseason for those of you that need this completed.

HS & MS Sport Offerings for the Fall Season and Head Coach Information:

1. Cheer (Grades 9-12) - Coach Lauren Dellelo - district email is still pending so please forward any questions to the athletic office at this time.

2. Boys Cross Country (Grades 9-12) - Coach Laura McKenzie - lmckenzie@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

3. Girls Cross Country (Grades 9-12) - Coach Jean Cann - jcann@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

4. Middle School Cross Country (Grades 7 & 8) - Coaches Steve Spiegel, Kelly Mazur & John Parker - sspiegel@hopkinton.k12.ma.us, kmazur@hopkinton.k12.ma.us, jparker@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

5. Field Hockey (Grades 9-12) - Coach Allison Valencia - avalencia@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

6. Middle School Field Hockey (Grade 8)* - Coach is still TBD

*Depending on the number of 8th graders who register, we may open this up to 7th graders, but for now it is only open to 8th graders.

7. Football (Grades 9-12) - Coach Mark Sanborn - msanborn@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

8. Middle School Football (Grades 7 & 8) - Coach Mike Webb - mwebb@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

9. Boys Golf (Grades 9-12) - Coach Bill Phaneuf - wphaneuf@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

10. Boys Soccer (Grades 9-12) - Coach Garrett Sawyer - gsawyer@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

11. Middle School Boys Soccer (Grade 8) - Coach Keith Verra - kverra@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

12. Girls Soccer (Grades 9-12) - Coach Tom Skiba - tskiba@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

13. Middle School Girls Soccer (Grade 8) - Coach Mike Finn - mfinn@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

14. Unified Basketball (Grades 9-12 - Follows the Special Olympics Model) - Coaches Jay Golden - jgolden@hopkinton.k12.ma.us & Chip Collins - ccollins@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

15. Volleyball (Grades 9-12) - Coach Emma Sweetapple - esweetapple@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

16. Middle School Volleyball (Grade 8) - Coach Mike Miller - mmiller@hopkinton.k12.ma.us

Please reach out to myself or any coach with specific questions regarding the upcoming season. Here is the master schedule for the Fall Season --- this is still a work in progress and subject to change. Coaches will share more information on tryouts as the season approaches and I will also post a schedule to our website (https://www.hopkinton.k12.ma.us/extracurricular/athletics/about) and via social media (@HillerAthletics on Twitter and Instagram).

Thanks and Go Hillers!

Mr. Cormier

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3rd Annual Dick Bliss Golf Outing

Support the Hopkinton High School Golf Team!

The 3rd Annual Dick Bliss Golf Outing

Save the Date – August 15th, 2022 at the Hopkinton Country Club

All are welcome – students, families, friends, neighbors… Registration information coming soon so mark your calendars now!

For more information, please contact:

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Do I need a portfolio? How do I make one? What classes do I need to take? Where do I begin? You may find yourself asking these questions if you are planning on pursuing a creative path after high school. Preparing a visual arts portfolio can be an additional daunting task when applying to post-secondary schools and colleges. We are here to help! Check out this new portfolio guide brought to you by the HHS Visual Arts Department. Follow-up with Mrs. Gianino the Visual Arts SML if you have additional questions.
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Summer Visual Arts Enrichment Opportunities

Looking to expand your creative side this summer? Check out this list of summer enrichment opportunities.
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Helping and Caring

We are a group of three students, Demyana Youssif, Sanova Karim, and Ines Aqdim, and have created a website for our Civics project. We created a website providing information on how to help the homeless. Our website consists of multiple different items and information such as ways to help people who are currently on the verge of going homeless or people who have already lost their home and need to seek help. We as well have additional information such as organizations in which one may join if interested in helping the homeless; as well as charities and places where individuals may donate money or items. We also have our contact information, the founders of the website, if further information is needed. Lastly, we have ways people without homes can find help and get resources such as clothes, food, etc. Our goal is to educate others on homelessness, so they are aware of what homeless people need and how to reduce the number of homeless people.
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Congressional App Challenge

The Congressional App Challenge is back for another year of inspiring the next generation of American STEM talent! The Congressional App Challenge is a district-specific competition where Members of Congress invite students to create their own original apps with the chance to win nationwide recognition.
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Host Family Information Session

As the pandemic declines, more international students are coming to our neighborhood, and we are recruiting loving, caring families for them. As a host family, you'll receive monthly stipends, 24/7 support, and you'll also support your local high school! Come learn more about hosting international students by attending my online information sessions on Wednesday and Saturday, starting on June 8! Contact : Vicky Kan, vicky.kan@educatius.org, Tel: 347-443-8039
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Imagine Corps - Free Summer Cohort July 25-28

Imagine Corps is an innovation learning and community service program where teens learn and practice valuable creative problem-solving and collaborative innovation skills for success in school, work, and life. They are then paired with a non-profit with an identified challenge that will benefit from their inspired energy, creative spirit, and youthful insight.

The 2022 summer cohort in Hopkinton is:

• FREE for Hopkinton High students who APPLY and are accepted.

• 100% sponsored by the Wright Brothers Institute.

• Limited -- as each cohort will have only 8-10 students. The 4 students in Hopkinton will learn and invent with students from Dayton, Ohio, while another cohort of students from Martha's Vineyard will do so with students from St. Thomas.

• A "live on-line" program facilitated by experienced practitioners and trainers.

• An opportunity to learn, creatively tackle personal challenges, and work with the Institute founder and your cohort to "Explore & Imagine Your IDEAL Future of Hybrid Work” (virtual and in-person)

The Hopkinton/Dayton Cohort will engage in:

• a 12-hr training and invention workshop the afternoons of July 25-28

• followed by two 2-hr concept refinement and coaching sessions, and

• culminating with a Virtual "Concept Jam" on Aug 8 for Imagine Corps students, mentors, challenge owners, and local stakeholders.

To learn more or APPLY, visit www.imaginecorps.org, or contact Joe Gammal at 508-380-9015, jgammal@synecticsworld.com.

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Youth in Philanthropy

Want to learn about your community, nonprofit organizations, and philanthropy? Youth in Philanthropy is a 17 week program that gives students hands-on grantmaking experience and provides a leadership opportunity to network with your peers. So many Hopkinton High School students have benefitted from this program since 2016. You could be next!
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