Learning from the past...
Preparing for the future
- 2017 Climate Surveys (Parents, Students, and Staff)
- 8th Grade Transition Dates
- 6th to 7th Grade and 7th to 8th Grade Transition
- 5TH TO 6TH GRADE TRANSITION DATES
- HAC (Home Access Center) - Log in and New Account Information
- 2016-2017 Middle School Athletic Schedules
- The Buzz Word
- 2016-2017 School Supply Lists
- Honor Code
- Course Catalogs
- Hopewell's School report card
2017 Climate Surveys are available from February 13th – March 10th.
The annual parent survey is your chance to tell us how we are doing!
If you have any questions, please contact Reetu Naik at email@example.com.
Please complete one survey per child. At the end of this survey, you will be redirected to the BrightBytes survey to answer questions about technology at your child’s campus.
Every spring we use this survey to collect students’ input on their schools. Because we want our schools to be great places to learn, your opinions are very important to us.
Your responses are confidential, so please share your honest feedback.
It’s OK to skip any questions that you don’t want to answer or that don’t apply to you.
At the end of the survey, you will be redirected to the BrightBytes survey link to answer questions about technology at your school.
This survey provides an opportunity for you to tell campus and district leaders about what is going well in your work environment and what areas could improve. Your participation is very important to your campus and district administrators. Thank you for your time.
January 18, 2017 during 8th grade advisory 12:50pm-1:30pm
Cynthia Johns, the Early College High School Counselor, is coming to Hopewell
to talk to students about the opportunities on their campus during the school day.
January 25, 2017 7pm-8pm
IB Parent Information Night
The IB Coordinator and current IB students from SPHS will be at the Hopewell Middle School Cafeteria from 7:00pm to 8:0pm to talk to students about the IB Program at Stony Point High School.
February 9 & 10, 2017
The SPHS Counselors will be on the Hopewell campus during the school day to talk to students about course options
for 9th grade. Students will take home a 9th grade choice sheet that must be filled out and signed by parents/guardians and returned to Hopewell Counselors by February 24, 2017.
February 13, 2017
SPHS Parent Information Night for current 8th grade students. This will take place at the SPHS lecture hall from 6:00pm-8:00pm.
March 6,7,9,&10, 2017
SPHS Counselors will come to Hopewell during the school day to talk to every 8th grade student individually for approximately 10 minutes about their 9th grade class choices, their Academy choice and draft their 4 year High School Plan. This 4 year High School plan will be revised every year with the student’s High School Counselor once they are in High School.
January 25, 26 & 27, 2017
The Hopewell Counselors will be in 6th and 7th grade classrooms on Jan. 25th through Jan. 27th to talk about elective choices for next year. Students will be bringing home choice sheets during this week to fill out and have signed by parents and guardians.
Choice sheets will be due back to the counselors at HWMS by February 8, 2017.
These dates may change if choice sheets aren’t ready in time.
February 8, 2017
All 5th grade students from our feeder patters who will be coming to Hopewell Middle School will be able to check out the electives they have to choose from for the next school year. Students will be here from approximately 9:30AM to 11:15AM. If your student will be coming to Hopewell but is not currently at one of our feeder schools, a parent or guardian can choose to bring their student to find out elective options and obtain a choice sheet. Choice sheets and a Middle School Course Catalog will be going home in the student’s weekly folder. 5th grade choice sheets are due back at their campus on February 22nd.
The Home Access Center is an online information system that allows parents/guardians and secondary students access to view student information such as:
Set grade notifications – NEW
Class assignments and grades
Food service PIN#
Counselor and teacher contact information
Integrated mobile App – NEW
New Account Log In Information:
The first time that you log into the system, you will be prompted to enter two challenge questions and answers. You only have to provide these challenge questions and answers once. The prompt boxes for these questions and answers are ‘free text’ fields, so you will choose your own question and answer. Once you have provided the initial challenge questions and answers, you will be logged into the system. You can always update your challenge questions by selecting the “My Profile” option and update your responses.
Please contact the Home Access Center Coordinator at the campus where your student attends school if you require assistance or experience problems logging into the system.
Home Access Center Version 3.1 requires Internet Explorer Version 9,10 or 11, Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers. Internet Explorer Version 8 is no longer supported. If you are having difficulty with the website once you are logged into Home Access Center, you may need to clear your cache.
To register for a login account for the Home Access Center, click the word“here” at the bottom of the login page and follow instructions on the screen. Access the Home Access Center login page.
RRISD allows parents/guardians to register for a username and password online. However, if unable to register online for a username and password, the parent/guardian must go to the campus where their student attends school and meet with the Home Access Center Coordinator to complete the process. Proper identification such as a Driver’s License must be presented and the “Home Access Center Use Agreement”must be signed before the secured username and password are released. The “Agreement” form will be provided by the campus.
High School Students
High school students will not register for their passwords online. The campus will generate all student Home Access Center usernames and passwords and will distribute them accordingly. The student will be required to show proper identification such as a Driver’s License or RRISD Student I.D. and sign a “Home Access Center Use Agreement” before the secured password will be released.
Purpose of the Hopewell Middle School Honor Code:
Academic honesty and integrity are basic fundamental attributes to the Hopewell Hornet learning community. ALL students are expected to be honest and display a high standard of integrity in the preparation and presentation of their work in all classes. The student who cheats is harmed because he or she is not learning the material or is not practicing the required skills in order to gain a deep understanding of it. Other students are harmed when those who cheat gain an unfair grade advantage in the course. The integrity of Hopewell Middle School erodes when the climate of trust and mutual respect is undermined by academic dishonesty. Our American society as a whole pays the price when short cuts are taken and become the accepted norm. That is not the Hopewell Hornet or RRISD way.
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Board Briefs: Board calls for May 2017 Bond Election, Trustee Hanna starts service, academic calendar approved
Board of Trustees approve 2017- 2018 academic calendar
Board finalizes contents of potential bond
RRISD elementary students shine during District A+ UIL academic meet
Binns named new Director of Professional Development
Elementary campuses host Kindergarten registration event
Board of Trustees further review recommendations for a potential bond
RRISD Summer Enrichment Fair to be held Feb. 25
17 RRISD students named Presidential Scholar candidates
RRISD student-athletes advance to state UIL swim, dive meet
RRISD hosts inaugural Spanish Academic Meet for dual language campuses
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RRISD Athletics, Food Services receive $25K ‘Fuel Up to Play 60’ Grant
Citizens Bond Committee presents recommendation to Board of Trustees
Lewis named Superintendent’s RRock Star for January
Round Rock ISD seeks community input on 2017-2018 academic calendar