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Talent Show

The Hopewell Memorial Junior High PTSA is holding tryouts for this year’s first school wide ‘Hopewell Showcase’ on Friday, January 10th, 2020 after school from 3:00-5:00 pm in Gym A.

Any Hopewell student or staff member from elementary to high school may participate! Just email the PTSA at hopewelljhs.ptsa@gmail.com to register! Please include parent name, contact number, and email, along with the child’s grade, building, and talent. Groups are also welcome! 

Sign-ups will close on December 20th!

Practices will be held on Friday, January 17th and 24th after school from 3:00 – 5:00 pm. Dress rehearsal will be on Thursday, January 30th from 6:30-8:30 pm. Location for all rehearsals will be in Gym A.

Any music needed must be either digital or disc. 

Hopewell Showcase will be open to the public on Friday, January 31st from 6:30-8:30 pm in Gym A.

Admission will be $5 for adults, and $2 for seniors and any students!

Any clubs that wish to have a table during the event, please email the PTSA.

Thank you, Viking Families!

Robotics Club Information

For the 2019 – 2020 school year, the Jr. High Robotics Club will be competing in local competitions.  For more information click here.

Science Fair Parent Login Information

Click here to view information regarding the upcoming science fair. 

Water Bottles

Hopewell Memorial Junior High School will allow students to have water bottles in the classrooms with the following considerations:

• The container must contain water only. No juice, soda, energy drinks, etc.
• The container must have a closeable lid.
• The student will be responsible to fill the bottle between classes. A student may not leave class to fill a bottle.
• Bottles are not to be in close proximity to ANY technology whether in the classroom, lab or library.
• Water bottles are not to be played with on school grounds or on district transportation.

Any failure to follow the above will result in the student losing the privilege of having water in the classrooms.

Important Reminders to Parents/Guardians

Doors to the Junior High School open daily at 7:30 AM.

Parents/guardians dropping off students in the morning are asked to adjust schedules so as to prevent any child from being unsupervised on school grounds until the time (7:30 AM) when the doors officially open.

To prevent being marked tardy, students are expected to be in their assigned homeroom by the start of school (8:00 AM).

Any visitor to the Jr. High MUST have identification available upon entering the building. This will prevent delays with an early dismissal or during a health related emergency. Students will not be released to any individual that does not have identification available or is not noted on the emergency contact document.

Throughout the year, parents/guardians MUST contact the Jr. High office if there is a change of address, phone number or emergency contact information. Accurate, up-to-date information is essential to prevent any delays when faced with an emergency situation.

Additionally, it is never too early for families to devise a plan with their child should school be delayed, cancel or an unexpected early dismissal occurs.

All student cell phones MUST BE POWERED OFF completely before entering the Jr. High school each day. Headphones, earbuds, etc. ARE NOT to be visible at any point during the school day, except during teacher-approved in-class instructional times. Cell phones may be POWERED ON following dismissal (2:55 PM). At no time are students permitted to use their cell phone during the school day, to include contacting parents/guardians when feeling ill. When ill, students will report to the nurse. The school nurse will then contact the child’s parent/guardian. Parents/Guardians are asked to remind their child of these expectations in order to prevent disciplinary consequences that will also require parents/guardians to retrieve a confiscated device from the Jr. High Office.

Thank you for your cooperation and support of our efforts to keep all students safe and secure within the Jr. High learning environment.

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 +
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 Hopewell Memorial Junior High School
2354 Brodhead Rd.
Aliquippa, PA  15001
724-375-5029 (fax)

Office Hours 7:30-3:30 

Summer Hours: 7:30 - 3:00 
School Hours: 8:00-2:55  


Mr. Edward Katkich 

 Assistant Principal

Mrs. Kylee Babish 

Upcoming Events


Mon Jan 20 2020


Wed Jan 22 2020

Board Meeting

Mon Jan 27 2020


Fri Jan 31 2020

Board Meeting

Mon Feb 10 2020
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