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Science Fair, Tuesday May 3, 5:30 PM

Hopkins Hoedown, Friday May 6, 5:30-8:00 PM Pre-sale tickets due Thursday morning


 

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Contact Information

Principal, Lyndsey Case

7171 S. Pennsylvania St.

Centennial, Colorado 80122

 

Main Office: 303-347-4550

FAX: 303-347-4570

Attendance: 303-734-5555

Preschool: 303-347-4553

Before and After School Care: 

303-347-4555

 

Kindergarten Information

 

Hopkins Monthly Lunch Menu

Pay for lunch online

Online lunch payments are now on MySchoolBucks! This will make it even easier to manage your account and make school payments online. Follow the link above to set up your online payment account.


Free and Reduced Lunch Online Application

There has been a 5 cent increase in our lunch price for the 2015-2016 school year.  

2015-2016 Lunch cost: $2.70.

  • Bagel with Cheese will be offered Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
  • Lunch includes an entree and a choice of sides.
  • A variety of milk is offered.
  • Menus are nutritionally balanced with a wide variety of healthy selections, including fruits and vegetables.
  • Menu is subject to change without notice due to price and product availability.

Lunch Menu (follow this link, scroll down and click the "Elementary Lunch" button)


April is Perseverance Month

Our Hopkins school community character trait for the month of April is Perseverance. Perseverance is: continuing to try even after failing, starting and finishing a task and contributing in group settings even when things get challenging.  During this month we will be using our “community” time to learn about what perseverance means on an individual level, and how the class and community can show perseverance, encouragement, and determination to help others. Teachers will be encouraging students to set goals, and they will be working with their classes on activities that will help students understand the importance of hard work to in turn embody the well-known motto…“Never Give Up!”


Additionally, we are excited to welcome the “Ned Show”, a school-wide assembly on Tuesday, April 19th. The Ned Show is a character education program that focuses on three important messages that have life-long relevance. During the assembly, students will learn about NED’s three messages while also enjoying storytelling, magic, humor and yo-yo tricks.


NED’s three messages:

N: “Never Give-Up”

E: Encourage Others

D: Do Your Best!


If you have any questions and/or comments about this month’s character trait please feel free to contact Mrs. Petrone at 303 347 4559 or 
tpetrone@lps.k12.co.us.

Hours and Calendar

Playground Supervision Begins: 8:20 a.m.

First Bell: 8:31 a.m.

Tardy Bell: 8:36 a.m.*

Dismissal Bell: 3:13 p.m.

LATE START AND EARLY DISMISSAL

PLC Late Start (always on Wednesdays):

2015 Dates: August 26, September 16, October 7, October 28, November 18, December 2

2016 Dates: January 27, February 24, March 16, April 27

First Bell: 10:31 a.m. (do not drop your student off before 10:20 AM!)  

Tardy Bell: 10:36 a.m.*

Dismissal Bell: 3:13 p.m.

Early Release (always on Fridays)

2015 Dates: September 25, November 13

2016 Dates: February 5, April 15

First Bell: 8:31 a.m.

Tardy Bell: 8:36 a.m.*

Dismissal Bell: 12:33 p.m.

*Students are expected to be in their seats when the tardy bell rings

Inclement Weather

RED FLAGS
If there are red flags outside during arrival, students should come inside and wait in the cafeteria until school starts.

INSIDE RECESS
Our general rule is when the temperature drops below 20 degrees and/or there is heavy snow or rain, students will stay inside. Students should always dress appropriately for the weather.

Weather Delay/Closure Information

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Mike Jones, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources or Melissa Cooper, Director of Special Education and Student Support Services.
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