Excellence for Every Child


  • Welcome to our small community school!  
    We have been told we are "the community's unknown jewel".  
    Our parents, students, and staff love our New Hopewell Family and you will, too.  
    The teachers and staff here go above and beyond to help our students to be successful, lifelong learners. 
    Our students are New Hopewell Students. 
    They always work hard and have excellent behavior.  They make our parents, staff, and the entire community proud. 
    Welcome again to our jewel! 
    Mrs. Moore


School Announcements

  • Second Annual Bunny Hop 

    Bunny Hop

    Join us on Thursday, March 22nd for an evening of dancing, games, and so much fun! 

    Your ticket will include dinner, games, puppy kissing booth, souvenier photo, DJ Kevin, and fellowship! 

    The ever popular "Pie a Teacher" will be back!

    There is fun to be had by all, so come out and join us from 5:00 until 6:30

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  • Congratulations to Mrs. Morales, New Hopewell's

    Teacher of the Year!!

    Teacher of the Year  

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    March 22 Bunny Hop Dance  5:00-6:30

    March 23-Bus Driver Appreciation Day

    March 30-Holiday

    April 10-Kindergarten Round-Up

    April 25-Secretaries Day

    May 1-Student Holiday

    May 3-Breakfast for Moms

    May 7-11 Teacher Appreciation Week

    May 11-Field Day (Rain date-14th)

    May 14-New Hopewell Nurses Day

    May 24-Last day for students (Dismissal at 11:15)


    Don’t let your child miss out on learning!

    It’s never too late to help your child get into the habit of going to school every day. Research shows that missing school regularly can hurt both the students who miss class and their classmates.

    When students miss school, they miss out on learning. When they return, they have to work harder to catch up. And since most subject matter builds on previous lessons, it doesn’t take long for these students to fall behind.

    As a result, kids who miss school have lower levels of achievement throughout their school careers. Research shows that, by sixth grade, students who miss an average of just one day a week are more likely to drop out of high school.

    The students who do come to class also miss out. When teachers have to repeat material or pay extra attention to kids who have been absent, everyone suffers.

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    Dinner at School

    Free dinner for the whole family every Wednesday at the school!

    New late bus Wed at 5:15 for any student who needs it. Sign up for the bus at the front office or by calling the school. Now all students have access to Wednesday tutoring!

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