ABSENT/TARDY call line
Please let us know if your student will be tardy or absent for the day.
Medical concerns or questions, please call the nurse directly
Anne Mastrototaro: 413-582-6446
HOPKINS ACADEMY NEASC FINAL REPORT
HA NEASC Report.pdf
The Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) would appreciate your feedback on the Massachusetts IEP Improvement Project
This survey is specific to families, students with IEPs, and other interested parties.~ This survey, which is available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Haitian Creole. This survey is open now through our deadline of May 18th.
Considering HOPKINS ACADEMY for the
2018-2019 school year?
Please call Nancy Fogarty in the main office at 584-1106 to schedule a shadow day for your child.
Class of 2018 Graduation
Friday, June 1st 6pm
Friday, June 15th, 7-9PM
6th, 7th and 8th graders welcome!
2018-2019 Program of Studies
(See Hopkins Academy News for a printable version)
SCHOOLBRAINS COMMUNITY PORTAL
A+ School Rewards
Register your Stop&Shop card and help Hopkins Academy earn CASH!
Each time you shop you will earn A+ points.
These points become CASH for our school!
Our ID# 05239
CAFETERIA PAYMENT SYSTEM
Now available in Spanish!
Ahora en Espanol
Just select the language menu option from the homepage to make the switch!
Hopkins Student Handbook Available
under "Academy News"
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The Hawk's Claw Newspaper is Now Online!
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Hopkins Academy PTO
For information on the Hopkins PTO, please contact
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Support The Edward Hopkins Educational Foundation
Order an everlasting gift and help complete the sidewalk on ACADEMY LANE
ENGRAVED BRICKS CAN BE PURCHASED
4'X8" for $50
8"X8" for $100
Order forms available at Hopkins Academy or by calling Judy Rodak Pelis at 413-537-9779
The Edward Hopkins Educational Foundation was founded by members of the Hopkins Academy 350th Committee. Its mission is to provide monetary support that can be used by teachers to provide activities and materials that wiill enrich the educational experiences of their students in the Hadley Public Schools.
The Edward Hopkins Educational Foundation is looking for new members!
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VISIT THE HOPKINS BAND BOOSTERS PAGE AT:
Welcome to Hopkins Academy
Though once a private school, Hopkins Academy is Hadley’s outstanding public middle and high school for students in grades 7-12. The school excels in academics compared to the majority of public schools in Massachusetts. In fact, U.S. News and World Report (December 2010) has voted Hopkins Academy one of the top schools in the nation.
Free and Reduced Lunch Information
Free and Reduced Lunch Application.pdf
Applying for Free and Reduced Lunch.pdf