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Hopkinsville HS First Hall of Fame Class Announcement:


Since the opening of Hopkinsville High School in 1904 - 1905, there have been many outstanding athletes, coaches, teams and supporters of Hopkinsville High School Athletics. In the 116th year of our historic school, a group of community members was formed to create a Hall of Fame.  Today I am proud to announce the First Hall of Fame Class for Hopkinsville High School. The first inducted members for this class are listed below:


Coach Fleming Thornton

Pete Moore

Curtis Pulley

Coach Jerry Claiborne

Bird Averitt

Herb Covington

Coach Jim Ploesser

Miguel Merritt

Tommy Gray

Artose Pinner

Coach Rick Cohn

Coach Daryl Hallmark

Lawrence Brame

John Fuqua

Livingston Merritt


Additional information will be shared as we move forward in this process. A website will be constructed for the community to view for their enjoyment, as well as preserving our history.


Thanks

Blake Leach

Athletic Director

 

 

 

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Current policy states any student placement to an alternative setting will result in students not participating in school-wide functions. Based on policy 09.4341 Alternative Education, students assigned to alternative schools or programs for behavior-based infractions shall not be eligible to access extracurricular activities including, but not limited to sports activities, as allowed under applicable Board Policy, Code of Conduct, SBDM Policy, KHSAA rules or other alternative program standards adopted by the district.

 

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·         Baccalaureate Ceremony

·         Commencement Ceremony

·         Prom

·         Project Graduation

·         End of Year Field Trips

·         Class Events outside of Regular Instruction

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