Tuesday, February 28th is Rare Diseases Day. This event is celebrated globally on the last day in February since its European inception in 2008.
The Hopatcong Borough Schools became a Kindness Certified School District for the second year in a row, after all school took part in the Great Kindness Challenge from January 23-27, 2017.
Superintendent Randina, Board of Education Member Candice Smith and Music Teacher / STEAM Facilitator Kurt Zimmermann present to a packed house!
In a unanimous vote, the Hopatcong Borough Council on February 1st approved an ordinance that will officially designate a 32.8-acre section of land near River Styx Road as an area in need of redevelopment.
January has come and gone and we started the year off busy taking 80 calls! Our record over the past 7 years is 82 with an average in January of 77.
On behalf of the Hopatcong Borough School District, Superintendent Cynthia Randina would like to announce that the District has been awarded an Arts Integration Grant in the amount of $100,000.
Hopatcong Girl Scouts Troop 80400 is proud to announce that Lara Watrous has earned her Gold Award September 2016 Her project was "Nay"borhood Awareness.