The Hopatcong Marching Chiefs are proud to have marched in front of the Hopatcong Firemen in the 97th Annual Sussex County Firemen's Association Inspection Day & Parade, held on Saturday, October 1 in Sussex, New Jersey.
On Friday morning, a sighting of a creepy clown forced a lockdown of the Hopatcong Middle School for about 20 minutes. While the Hopatcong Police were not able to find the person(s) responsible, they did issue this stern statement.
Tom Lupo the owner of Lake Hopatcong Video is leveraging his 20+ years of experience in Video / Television Production and Advertising to help our local businesses increase their sales.
The Hopatcong Schools united with schools across Sussex County again this year to celebrate the Week of Respect. Throughout the week a variety of programs were arranged to encourage positive behaviors and to support anti-bullying.
Concerned Citizens for a Better Hopatcong Education is hosting a meeting October 4th at the Senior Center, where they state… “Ask Questions-Get Answers-It’s that Simple!”
On Thursday, September 29th Hopatcong Middle and High School S.T.E.A.M. students traveled to NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.
As the New Jersey Harald was gathering BIO’s from the candidates, they found two candidates that needed to drop out of the race.
On Monday September 26th, Hopatcong High School teachers and administration welcomed Gian Paul Gonzalez for a staff professional development workshop.
In an effort to further infuse technology into the curricula, the Hopatcong Borough School District has implemented a 1:1 Chromebook initiative for all students in grades four through twelve.
The Hopatcong Borough School District held its first free Family Appreciation Night on the evening of Friday, September 30th.
The Hopatcong Borough School District celebrated Character Day this past Thursday on September 22nd. All students in the district were educated on good character and were encouraged to display examples of good character throughout the day and school year.
After the initial “Meet the Candidates” meeting the group known as Concerned Citizens for a Better Hopatcong Education endorsed Gallagher and McLean-based upon their fiscal expertise.
On Saturday, September 24th under a beautiful autumnal sky and seasonal temperatures Apple Pie & Art occurred at Hopatcong High School from 11a-4p. This event, a first for the newly created Hopatcong Creative Arts Council, was a free art show that highlighted four Sussex County professional artists, the talents of Sussex County Community College students, and artwork of Hopatcong Borough Schools from grades Kindergarten through 12th grade.