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NHS concludes year with Senior Campout, looks to future leaders

Gabe Herman, Staff Reporter
May 19, 2017
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Anyone can apply for a position or a title, but not everyone can hold the title. This is also the case at HHS with students applying to the National Honor Society. According to the www.nhs.us, “The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high scho...

Hopkins On: Senior Camp Out

Hopkins On: Senior Camp Out

Andy Berris, Staff Reporter
May 19, 2017
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Tonight, the NHS senior camp out will take place from 7:30 p.m. to midnight.

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Hopkins On: Fetal Pig Dissection

Hopkins On: Fetal Pig Dissection

Eli Destiche, Staff Reporter
May 19, 2017
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On Friday May, 12, the Honors Biology students finished off the difficult pig dissection unit by taking an anatomy of the Fetal pig exam.

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Students donate blood to Memorial Hospital

Students donate blood to Memorial Hospital

Andy Berris, News Reporter
April 21, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

On Friday, April 21, Memorial Hospital parked their Bloodmobile Van outside of HHS. The spring blood drive, the third and final for the school year, attracted 60 students and staff.

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Stuck in Dallas

Samantha Horowitz, News Reporter
April 21, 2017
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Spending 15 hours in an airport with 23 students is not an ideal way to spend a Sunday night, but Ms. Jennifer Heimlich, social studies, made the best out of the situation. “It was stressful to manage all of the students because we were in an unlocked room overnight, it was terrible. The kids were great though, the students were amazing. They were really cooperative and really in good spirits for the icky situation we were in though,” Heimlich said.

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Silence and signatures

Silence and signatures

Michael Korsh and Abby Doeden
March 17, 2017
Filed under Editor's Picks, News, Showcase

When walking through the halls on Wednesday, March 8, HHS students were able to stop in the West Wing to sign one of two posters, both echoing the worldwide celebrations of International Women’s Day. The poster was put out by Ms. Maggie Temple, Social Studies, in celebration of International Women’s Day....

Schultz selected as Edina Superintendent

Jordyn Petty, News Editor
March 10, 2017
Filed under Editor's Picks, News

Last night, the Edina Public School District announced that Dr. John Schultz, Superintendent, has received the Superintendent position for the Edina Public School system. After four hours of discussion, the board voted 5-2 in favor of Schultz. As reported by the Star Tribune, Schultz had app...

St. Paul Women’s March rallies 100,000 participants

St. Paul Women’s March rallies 100,000 participants

Jordyn Petty, News Editor
March 9, 2017
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On Jan. 20, President Donald Trump took his oath to be sworn into office while millions of protesters prepared to take to the streets the following day to project their disapproval.

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HHS juniors participate in first annual ‘Unity Day’

HHS juniors participate in first annual ‘Unity Day’

Samantha Horowitz, Staff Reporter
March 9, 2017
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Looking around at the junior class crammed into the small gym, it seemed like a daunting task to try to unite a large part of the student body. For Keith Hawkins, speaker for Real Inspiration Incorporated, it was just another normal day of speaking to high school students. Hawkins grew up in Los Angeles, Calif. and f...

Highway 169 closure affects students’ and teachers’ routes to HHS

Highway 169 closure affects students’ and teachers’ routes to HHS

Andy Berris, Staff Reporter
March 9, 2017
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As Minn. highway construction continues its seemingly never-ending work, the closure of one of the most traveled highways that runs right past HHS has caused a change in students’ and teachers’ routes to school.

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School Board rejects grade reconfiguration proposal

Michael Korsh, Managing Editor
March 7, 2017
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In a final meeting on Mar. 7, the Hopkins School Board unanimously rejected a proposal to reconfigure the grades in the Hopkins School District.

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Giese, students provide developments on POPS concert tire slashing

Jordyn Petty and Sebastien Karo
March 7, 2017
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Today, Officer Jim Giese and Kylie Hanley, junior, spoke with the Royal Page to further discuss the events that took place after the POPS concert last weekend.

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