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The following article is based upon an exclusive interview with Steve Renaud of the Hopatcong Democratic Club, regarding their hosting of the Board of Education candidates meeting.
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.
On Tuesday, October 18th, Hudson Maxim School unveiled their newest addition to the playground, Alex's Buddy Bench. The bench is dedicated to Alexandra Cafferata, a Hudson Maxim Kindergartener in 2013 who lost her battle with pediatric cancer that year.
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.
Hopatcong Borough went all out again this year for the annual Halloween Parade. The event provided fun for the family and especially the little ones that came dressed for the occasion.
On Monday September 26th, Hopatcong High School teachers and administration welcomed Gian Paul Gonzalez for a staff professional development workshop.
Hopatcong Mayor Sylvia Petillo is running for Sussex County freeholder and is teaming up with Freeholder George Graham in his re-election bid. If she is successful in her run for this position, that means that Hopatcong would be without a mayor for an interim period of time.
The Hopatcong Borough School District held its first free Family Appreciation Night on the evening of Friday, September 30th.
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.
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 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.
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