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Community and school leaders participate in Dr. Seuss celebration. Students and staff kicked off Dr. Seuss week by celebrating the book Wacky Wednesday by Dr. Seuss. Students draw & paint Dr. Seuss characters in celebration of Dr. Seuss' birthday. Bryson Stone records information that he located while participating in a Scavenger Hunt! This is what we will look like when we are 100 years old! Cameron is so brave!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Taylor fascinated by the frog! PRIDE/RECYCLING GROUP collect office paper to be recycled. Students created charts categorizing their spelling words into spelling patterns. Hopkins Elementary 3rd & 4th grade Student Council Members!

School News & Announcements

Bid Request for Pest Control

Somerset Independent Schools is now accepting bids for Pest Control Services.

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After School Tutoring will not meet March 28th / March 30th! tutoring

There will be NO after school tutoring on March 28th or March 30th!

HES Publishes February News Program

WHES News February


2017-2018 Early Kindergarten Information

Kindergarten Enrollment is scheduled for April 14, 2017at Hopkins Elementary Movement Center..

Kindergarten Entry Age Cutoff Moves to August 1 for the 2017-18 School Year

Student Medical Insurance

Vendor supplied student Insurance opportunity;
K & K Insurance Group, Inc. offers:

K-12 Accident Plans available through your school:
• At-School Accident Only
• 24-Hour Accident Only
• Extended Dental
• Football

Board Approves 2016-2017 Calendar 2016-2017 Revised calendar

Somerset Independent School Board has approved the the revised  2016-2017 School Calendar



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Principal's Message


Welcome to Hopkins Elementary School!
The faculty and staff at Hopkins Elementary School join me in extending a warm welcome to all of our students and their families for the current 2016-2017 school year. At Hopkins Elementary we currently serve over 600 students grades pre-school through 4th grade.
Our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing and child-centered learning environment in which our children can reach their utmost potential.   At Hopkins Elementary, we have high expectations for our students and expect their very best effort each day! We welcome parent involvement, knowing that a strong family partnership will better enhance the learning that takes place. We look forward to having you visit our school and being involved with your child.
If you ever have questions or immediate concerns, please feel free to contact me. I am deeply honored to serve as the Principal of a school filled with wonderful students and a professional staff second to none.
I wish you and your children a wonderful, meaningful and productive school year.
Mike Reynolds, Principal
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