Hopewell Elementary School

2020-21 School Year Updates
K-6 Summer School Enrollment NOW OPEN
Choice of two 3-week sessions: Session 1: June 21-July 9 OR Session 2: July 12- July 29.
 Sessions will be held Monday through Friday from 8:30am-12:30pm at
Margaret Ross Elementary (K-2) and Hopewell Memorial Junior High School (3-6). 
Transportation will be provided for all students.

Hopewell Area School District - Class of 2020

Hopewell Area School District will feature the members of the senior class on the district web page as well as each of the school building's web pages.  Due to the restrictions placed on the number of photos that can be included on each page, the pictures had to be divided among the different buildings.  If a photo does not appear on this page, it will appear on another of the district's school building web pages. 

Hopewell Food Box Drive Through

Genesis Church, in partnership with Mission Co and World Vision, will be distributing 30lbs of perishable food boxes to families in need in the Hopewell School District. No paperwork required, come receive a box while supplies lasts. Our boxes include produce, fruit, meat and dairy, including milk.  Read the full article for additional details.
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Back to School Information for Grades 1-4

Back to School Information for students in Grades 1 through 4

Viking Connect

Prior to your arrival, you will need to complete several online forms including a student responsibility form, a parent responsibility form, a student acceptable use policy, a device monitoring acknowledgment, and the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA) form.  You will also need to pay a $25 technology fee to cover the damage or repair of your child’s device.  Families who are on free or reduced lunch will have a reduced fee of $15.  The forms and payment must be submitted prior to your device pick up.  



Viking Connect Devices
 
The District is equipped to provide uniform devices to every student so that learning can be accessed at home and at school.  While parents may have devices at home, we would encourage you to participate in the Viking Connect initiative.  Should you choose to opt out of this program, please contact your school principal.
 
Why opting out is discouraged:
 
A parent/guardian may choose to decline a 1:1 device for their child(ren) ONLY if they decide to provide a personally purchased device to their student. 

An important consideration: Should your child opt-out and choose to use a personally owned device instead, please understand that software (apps) purchased by the District may not be available or distributed to personally owned devices. Students who opt-out will not receive technical support of any kind for any personally owned devices. It will be the responsibility of the parent/guardian & student to ensure the device is working properly and effectively every day.

Safe2Say Something

Safe2Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by the Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General. Safe2Say Something (S2SS) teaches youth how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, from individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and to “say something” BEFORE it is too late. More +

Elementary School Safety and A.L.I.C.E Letter

Please see the attached letter from Mrs. Kane and Mr. Kartychak regarding the elementary school plan for school safety, classroom visits, and a practice drill.  More +
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Hopewell Elementary
3000 Kane Road
Aliquippa PA, 15001
(724)-375-6691
 

Principal
Korri Kane
 



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