Locals honored at Worcester Academy
Worcester Academy, an independent co-ed day and boarding school for grades 6-12 and postgraduates, recently announced its honor roll and headmaster’s for Semester 2 of the 2018-19 school year, and a number of Hopkinton students were recognized. Eighth-grader Ally Gray made the honor roll. Receiving first honors were 12th-grader Lia Brossi and 11th-graders Aidan Busconi and Deen Muttakin. Those on the headmaster’s list included 12th-graders Tess Harvey and Rahul Krishnan, 11th-graders Lily Bradway, Adara Groman, Rohan Krishnan, Tingyu Liang, Michael Rabinovich, Angela Scumaci and Carlin Stewart, and 10th-graders Lauren Gray and Yixin Huang.
HPS offers free/reduced-price meals
Hopkinton Public Schools offers nutritious meals every day to support student learning. Breakfast costs $1.50 and lunch costs $2.75 (K-5) or $3.25 (MS/HS). Those in need of financial assistance should visit the HPS website to apply free or reduced-price meals.
Any student who received benefits during the 2018-19 school year must re-apply unless a new, updated SY 19-20 Letter of Direct Certification has been received by the household. All students receiving free or reduced benefits last school year, will automatically be changed to full paying on Oct. 15 if no application is received by the food service director prior to that date. Applications may be submitted at any point during the school year, but eligibility status can not be backdated.