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Maritza Roberto is a physics teacher at Hopkins High School and a physical science teacher at North Junior High.
Hopkins property owners would see school taxes grow by about 1.5 percent, while Edina school tax bills would drop by about 2 percent.
The organization has given more than $2 million to Hopkins schools since 1995.
Police & Fire, Schools, Business, Sports
This week's selection includes a new store that creates new clothes from old, two amputees who share their stories with students, and an important coin toss.
The ongoing decline is likely a result of changing demographics and open enrollment trends.
Nia Coffey, Erin O’Toole and Mikaala Shackelford all committed to play with Division I schools.
Two Hopkins High School athletes will compete with the best high school swimmers in the state at the University of Minnesota's Aquatic Center this weekend.
Hopkins High School’s theater program will perform the play starting Nov. 29.
Schools, Business, Elections
This week's selection includes a new gallery/gift shop, a levy rejected, school boundaries issue, DFL wins and good news for Southwest Light Rail Transit.
Students took part in an interactive retreat to explore issues related to bullying.
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