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Hopkinton District and Curriculum

The Hopkinton School District has the mission of providing a sound education that prepares students for their college and career goals. The district seeks to accomplish by practicing the following beliefs: importance of open inquiry, ability of every student to learn, achievement of standards of excellence, preparation of students to become lifelong learners, mastery of intellectual skills in all content areas, and the incorporation of a caring and respectful school environment. The learning goals are described in detail in the NH College and Career Ready Standards and have been designed to develop the critical thinking skills students need for success.

We currently cover the following Hopkinton-area school district: Hopkinton School District.

Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Hopkinton District Curriculum

The Common Core Standards for Math for elementary school focus on operations and algebraic thinking. When students are multiplying, they need to recognize rules that are always true about certain types of multiplication problems. There are four common multiplication properties – the commutative property, the associative property, the identity property and the distributive property – which give students different ways to understand the function they are performing from a critical standpoint.

The Common Core Standards for English places emphasis on writing. Students learn how to construct an essay, the steps of the writing process (prewriting, identifying the topic and thesis, writing drafts, revising), how to construct a written answer to an open-ended question, an explanation of terms often used in open-response questions (e.g.: analyze, compare/contrast, interpret, or justify), a guide on how to devise an outline, a thorough explanation of plagiarism and how to avoid it, guidelines for writing a bibliography or works cited page, and how to cite sources within the body of a paper.

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Keeping Informed: Recent Hopkinton Educational News

  • Interact Club Visits Nicaragua - Hopkinton High School students who participate in the Interact Club are able to do extraordinary community work both locally and around the world. Students recently visited Nicaragua where they worked on building a new school while also learning about the culture and picking up language skills.
  • Entrepreneur Series ListServ - The district has had great success teaching about and gathering resources to promote learning in their Entrepreneur Series. The district has developed a ListServ to keep members of the community up-to-date on courses, workshops, events, and other relevant information.
  • Hopkinton School District Wellness Advisory Committee - The district has increased its attention to issues of health and wellness, and in doing so worked with community members to develop the Wellness Advisory Committee. Members of the committee work with the district to establish wellness goals and programs based on current research and best practices.

Hopkinton Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed

SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.

Chalk Talk: Homework Help

Parents walk the tightrope between helping children too much or too little when they have a homework assignment. There are a few things that parents can do, however. First, help the child make a checklist of what they need to do. Make sure the list addresses which parts should be finished first, when it is due and any special materials needed. Then go over the directions with the child to make sure the directions are clear. There may be a word, or phrase, that the child does not understand and can be slowing them down. Parents should also observe the child while they are working to see if they are becoming frustrated. If this is occurring, allow them to take a short break so when they come back, they may be able to face the work with a clear mind. Finally, to help make the material they are learning relevant to their lives, talk about the material with the child and brainstorm its importance.