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Eisenhower’s scores were low under the new alternative to the No Child Left Behind System.
Back to School
The drive continues through Aug. 31.
The ‘Get Your Stuff Days’ event offered students a chance to take care of business before the first day of school next week.
Check out when Hopkins students start school.
Police & Fire, Schools, Business, Elections, The Neighborhood Files
Also this week: New ice cream creation by a local, Romney visits the metro and a local School Board member resigns.
The Minnesota State High School League award recognizes success in fine arts and athletics tournaments.
Board members gathered Thursday night for an informal work session regarding the strategic direction of Hopkins Public Schools.
It’s the second year in a row the school district received the Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Association of School Business Officials International.
Register for adult English language or GED preparation classes.
Local experts say what your children eat can affect how they perform in class.
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