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


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                      Turkey Tango


    Time for our Turkey Tango

    Our Turkey Tango Dance is Monday, November 20th!!!

    Come show your dance moves from 5:00 to 6:30

    Don't Dance? No worries there is popcorn, pizza, hot chocolate, tattoos, artwork station, pie a teacher, face painting, photo booth (take your own photo), and much more!!!!!

    This is a friend and family event!!! Come join us next Monday -

    Questions?  Call the school and speak with Janine

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    Family Reading Night

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    November 20 Turkey Trot Dance 5:00-6:30

    November 22-24 Thanksgiving Holidays

    November 27-Book Fair Week

    November 30-Parental Involvement Day

    November 30-Family Literacy Night 5:00pm (Please join us)  LOTS OF FUN!!

    November 30-New Hopewell Law Enforcement Appreciation Day

    December 20-Half Day for Students   Dismissal at 11:15

    December 21-January 8  Winter Holidays


    Talk to your child about showing respect for teachers and classmates.

    Respectful behavior is just as important at school as it is at home. When students have respect for teachers and classmates, they help create the positive academic environment all children need to be successful.

    Encourage your child to:

    • Address the teacher by name. Simply saying “Good morning, Mrs. Jones” is an easy way to show respect.
    • Be courteous. Students should say please and thank you to teachers and classmates.
    • Raise hand. When a student waits to be called on, this is a demonstration of self-control and respect for others.
    • Do what’s expected. Everyone is school has a job to do. If the teacher doesn’t plan any lessons, no one can learn anything. If students don’t do their jobs-completing homework, listening to the teacher-it makes it more difficult to learn.  
    • Listen to the teacher’s comments. Teachers want students to learn and to succeed. That means they have to point out mistakes. Your child will do much better in school if she can recognize and accept constructive feedback.
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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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