History in the First Person: Living Under Jim Crow Laws
7th grade students in Mrs. Siddeeqah Moss and Mr. Kiedric Hall’s classes were able to learn about history and Civil Rights struggles first hand when they participated in a video conference at Hopkins Middle School on February 26 and heard from people who were born in the 1920s who grew up under Jim Crow Laws.
Congratulations to 276 students who improved in two areas on the Winter MAP assessment! Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) is a computerized test that provides teachers, students, and parents with an accurate assessment of a student’s ability, accurately measuring what a child knows and needs to learn. It is given in the fall, winter, and spring.
The goal is for students to increase their performance on the assessment during each administration. School wide incentives were provided to students who improved their performance. Students who improved their performance attended a movie to celebrate.
The eagles are soaring at Hopkins!
Congratulations to our 2014 VLF Puppetry winners!
- Benjamin Young
- Beginning Theatre B
- Alissa Stanley
- Zaria Moore
- Darneesha Myers, Kira Boulware, Angela Myers & India Brown
- Quinshawn Norwood
- Tara Brooks-Griffin
- C'mia Scott
- Nicholas Green, Joseph Jensen& Emauri Singletary
- Mikayla Durant
- Pam Stokes
- Micha Millwood
Afterschool Programs: Please See Quick Links& School Activities
Dear Hopkins Middle School Parents/Guardians,
We have seen cases of gastrointestinal illness which include vomiting, diarrhea, nausea, and /or abdominal pain/cramping with or without fever across each grade level at Hopkins Middle School. The
illness is not confined to one grade, hall, or area. We want to reduce exposure, so we are excluding students from school with any of these symptoms, except for menstrual cramps. Please follow the attached DHEC recommended guidelines at home and at school.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Bobbie Hartwelll Jr., principal, or Melanie Alphin, RN, school nurse at (803) 695-3331.
The mission of Hopkins Middle School is to provide a safe and nurturing community for learners, facilitated by a caring, committed, and highly qualified staff, supported by resources, families, and community partnership, where students excel to the highest level academically, creatively, and socially to become contributing citizens in a culturally diverse and technologically-based world.
Academic excellence and high expectations are priorities.
Each student is a valued individual with unique intellectual, physical, social and emotional needs.
The environment will be positive, accepting, and safe for everyone.
Cultural diversity is important and appreciated.
Teachers, staff, administrators, parents, students and community members share in the responsibility for providing a supportive learning environment within our school
Everyone will be treated with dignity and respect
Richland One Mission Statement
We are Richland One, a leader in transforming lives through education, empowering all students to achieve their potential and dreams.
"Eagle Pride Won't Be Denied" Banner Flags
are for sale for $10.00 if you are interested please contact Velvet Sims at (803) 695-3331 ext. 3369