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2020-21 School Year Updates
Calendar revisions: March 29. April 26, and May 24
Full Days for grades 5-12 and Act 80 half days for grades K-4
District Parent information Letter: Please click HERE for letter
Positive COVID Case Letter on February 23, 2021 Click HERE for letter
Travel Guidance and Requirements Click HERE for letter

District News

Revised 2020-2021 School Calendar

The revised 2020-2021 School Calendar Act 80 half days on March 29, April 26 and May 24 are for students in grades K-4 ONLY.  Students in grades 5-12 will have full virtual instructional days.
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Student Expectations during Snow Delay

Please find below student expectations when a delay due to inclement weather is called.  Please be sure to review these documents and feel free to reach out to teachers, principals, or building secretaries for support. 

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UPDATED Distribution Sites for breakfasts and lunches

Tuesday, February 16: Families can pick up food for students 18 and under at the High School auditorium entrance between 11AM - 1PM.

Beginning Monday, January 25, curbside distribution of breakfasts and lunches will occur ON MONDAYS ONLY at each building from 11 AM- 1 PM. If school is closed due to a holiday or scheduled day off for students (February 15 and April 5), meal distribution will occur on the following Tuesday from 11-1 at the high school.

Meals are available for families with children at any age through 18.   Families will be given meals for the days that students would be in school for that week.
This service is provided by the Hopewell Food Service staff and it is for all of our Hopewell students and siblings, including our cyber students and all of our virtual learners, ages 0-18.

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Virtual Board Meeting: Public Participation

Effective January 1, 2021, public participation at HASD board meetings has been revised so that the public can speak during the Zoom meetings at designated times.  Please review the following information if you are interested in speaking at an upcoming Board meeting.  
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Hopewell Township I-SPY Family Drive-By Scavenger Hunt

Looking for something different to do these days? Join us for an I-SPY Family Drive-By Scavenger Hunt!! Locate the mystery Hopewell 
Township locations from the I-SPY photos and note the location on the entry sheet. Find 21 of the 25 locations, return your game card prior to Feb. 26th to the Municipal Building and be entered to win gift certificates from Hopewell’s own unique restaurants and businesses. 
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NOW OPEN! 2021-22 Kindergarten Registration

Welcome families of Hopewell Area School District's Class of 2034! 

Due to the current pandemic, an adjustment will occur to our traditional registration process.  Please click the registration link below answer the questions which will better assist us in communicating with families and plan for the upcoming school year. Additional details about finalizing your child's enrollment and how to register for our upcoming screening dates will be forthcoming. We are looking forward to meeting our littlest Vikings in the coming months. Once we receive your registration, one of our secretaries will be in contact with you.  

Students registering for Kindergarten must be 5 by August 31, 2021.  

All 3 school sites will hold screenings on the following dates and times:
April 26 - 1:00-3:00
May 14 - 9:00-3:00
May 24 - 1:00- 3:00
July 28 - 9:00-3:00

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Return to Hybrid Parent Information

Students in grades K-4 will return to hybrid on Tuesday, January 19. Students in grades 5-6 will continue in virtual learning and will return to in-person hybrid on January 26. Decisions about students in grades 7-12 returning for in-person learning will be determined on January 25. Please click MORE to see additional District information.
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Spectators at HOME Winter Athletic Events

Please see the following for the District’s guidelines for spectators at Viking winter athletic events.
JV/Varsity Basketball: Boys and Girls
Viking athletes and cheerleaders will receive 2 ticket each. No students permitted without an adult and ticket. No tickets for visiting athletes.
Middle School Basketball: Boys and Girls
Viking athletes will receive 2 tickets each. No students permitted without an adult and ticket. No tickets for visiting athletes.
Varsity/Middle School Wrestling
Viking athletes will receive 2 tickets each. No students permitted without an adult and ticket. No tickets for visiting athletes.
Viking athletes will receive 2 tickets each. No students permitted without an adult and ticket. No tickets for visiting athletes.

Swimming: No spectators
Bowling: No spectators per Sheffield Lane
Gymnastics: No spectators per Monaca Turners

All spectators are expected to follow all social distancing and facial covering must be worn at all times.  Guidelines set by CDC, State and HASD must be followed.
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High School Track: Re-opened

As of October 30, 2020, track is re-opened to the public. All are welcome to use the high school track during the school day.
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Full-Time Online Education Attendance Grades 7-12

Attendance notifications for full-time online education students in grades 7-12 will be sent out each week notifying parents and guardians of any discrepancies associated with their child’s online course work and the expectations set by the district.  Please review the attendance policy for full-time online students in grades 7-12 by watching the online education orientation and reading through the attendance policy. Please click on the title of this article to access this important information.  
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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 +

Employment Opportunities

Employment Opportunities: Subbing and Summer Work  The district is always looking for employees and substitutes for positions such as teachers, paraprofessionals, custodians, cafeteria workers and bus drivers. Please visit our website at www.hopewellarea.org for more information.  We are also currently looking for summer employees.  If you or someone you know is 18 years or older and wishes to have summer employment to prepare our buildings for the next school year, please contact our buildings and grounds department at 2015 or visit our website at www.hopewellarea.org.  Click on the EMPLOYMENT link and complete the summer worker application.  This is a great opportunity for high school graduates and college students or others needing employment. We hope you will consider this great opportunity.  (The following information was sent to families via a phone blast on March 18.)   
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Immunization Information

Students must have required immunizations per PA Department of Health.  Please click here for more information and contact information for your child’s school nurse.

Building Specific Emails

You can now update your contact preferences so that specific school buildings can send you important information about events and announcements. More +

Calendar Filtering

Filtering can be used to isolate specific events and schools that are of most concern to you. The instructions to apply the filtering to the district calendar can be found inside this article. More +

Important Phone Numbers

Emergency Line at 911

Beaver County Crisis Line, 800-400-6180

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, 800-273-8255

Safe2Say, 844-723-2729

Women’s Center of Beaver County, 724-775-0131

Beaver County Food Bank (Salvation Army Food Bank), 724-891-3605

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

School Board Meeting

Mon Mar 8 2021

School Board Meeting

Mon Mar 22 2021

Act 80 1/2 Day

Mon Mar 29 2021

Spring Recess

Fri Apr 2 2021
to Mon Apr 5 2021


School Board Meeting

Mon Apr 12 2021
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