HPMS Spotlight Students Shine

Isabella Tolie, pictured above, is in 6th grade, loves art class and would one day like to visit California.  If she had $500 she would donate it to the Make A Wish ...

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Go Green Kick-Off

The student and teacher group known as the “Watt Busters” will be having their first annual “Go Green” kick off on Monday, February 9th in the High School Dome Gym during the JV and Varsity ...

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Tigers Baseball & Softball Signups!

Attention Boys AND girls! Player sign-ups are Saturday 2 - 4 p.m., January 10th at the middle school. Coaches are needed as well! Students can pick up a form in the office. Please contact Erin ...

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Inclement Weather Procedures

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HPMS Represented Exceptionally Well!

Congratulations to the 8th Grade Girls A Volleyball team on a tremendous season! Finishing with a 6-2 match record and a game record of 15-4, including going undefeated during the month of October, ...

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We Can See Clearly Now

HPMS received a visit from the Ronald McDonald Care Mobile Monday, November 3.  Thanks to a tip by high school guidance counselor, Cindy Mayer, to our nurse, Sue Busse, Nurse Sue was able to arrange ...

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HPMS Harnessing The Power of The Sun

 Mr. Luke Meyer, Project Manager for Brightergy was here on Friday to put the finishing touches to our newly installed solar system.  He hooked up a monitor in the main hallway which shows among ...

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Reading And Writing And Ravioli?

HPMS students can now join the "Reading, Writing, and Ravioli Club". Students will receive a coupon for earning 80% or higher on an AR test or a coupon for earning 80% or higher on a writing ...

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Staying in the Loop Couldn’t Be Easier

Don't be left out of all the great things happening at our middle school and the district!  Computers make it easy to stay on top of events at your child's school!  It's this easy: 1.  Visit ...

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