Photos: HHS Diversity Club’s Chalk It Up event

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The Hopkinton High School Diversity Club hosted Chalk It Up, a town-wide event in which community members were encouraged to create messages of diversity, inclusivity and kindness on their driveways and sidewalks. A group of teachers, administrators and community leaders gathered at the high school to kick off the event Thursday afternoon.

Chalk It Up HHS group
The participants at the high school pose in front of their handiwork. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND
Evan Bishop
HHS principal Evan Bishop shows what it means to be a Hiller. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND
Guidance counselor Kiely Murray and English teacher Dan Collins write quotes on the sidewalk. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND
Caitlin Burke
Learning specialist Caitlin Burke gets creative with her message. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND
Chalk quotes
The designs are motivational and, in some cases, artistic. PHOTO/CHRISTINE STRICKLAND
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