Hadley Public Schools – We are guided by the mission to provide a safe and supportive
environment that fosters cooperation, critical thinking, creativity, and integrity;
and educating students to contribute positively to a global society.
Congratulations to Thomas Kowal-Safron who will receive recognition
in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program in the fall.
Congratulations to Francoise Kayamba who is our Project 351 Ambassador. A Project 351 Ambassador is an 8th grade student selected by his or her school for their exemplary ethic of service and demonstration of Project 351 values. Ambassadors are expected to use the service and leadership skills they develop to address important issues facing their local communities.
Congratulations to the Hadley FIRST Lego League Robotics Team. At the qualifying tournament, the team earned 1st place Robot Performance award for achieving the highest score of any team in the robot matches. For the third year in a row, the team received the 2nd Place Champions award for overall performance in the tournament. In the State Championship tournament, the team had the 7th highest robot score of the day out of 84 teams. The team won a 2nd place trophy for the Project Presentation portion of the competition. Congratulations to all of our Hadley students who competed: Aiden Cullen, Kieran Cullen, Kyle Gido, Alex Locher, Zachary Locher, and Talula P.
Congratulations to Hopkins Academy Senior Drew Castronovo for receiving the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents Certificate of Academic Excellence. Congratulations to Hopkins Academy Freshman Katie Koch for being selected for the Alumni Leadership Council of Project 351.
HADLEY ELEMENTARY MCAS SCHEDULE
HOPKINS ACADEMY MCAS SCHEDULE
Due to school closures for weather (and in the case of HA a water main break) the last day for students as of 2/13/2015 is 6/22/15 for Hadley Elementary School and 6/23/15 for Hopkins Academy. Below you will find a link to a research study on the impact of snow days on student achievement. Thanks to Renee Denenfeld, our district nurse leader, for providing this information.
Important Health Information
If you have questions regarding any illnesses or vaccines please feel free to contact our school nurses:
Hopkins Academy - Carolyn Sorrentino - 582-6446
Hadley Elementary School - Kirsten Kennedy - 582-6454
Also please refer to this link for information regarding the measles.
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