New Student Enrollment Information
We’d like to welcome our new Hanover family members and tell you that we’re glad you’re here! To help facilitate a smooth enrollment for you and your student(s) please refer to the registration requirements below. PLEASE NOTE: THIS INFORMATION ONLY APPLIES TO STUDENTS WHO ARE NEW TO THE DISTRICT. Returning students will need to register online August 1 through 5. You will receive full instructions via our annual summer newsletter in the mail, as well as here on our website. We look forward to a great 2016-2017 school year and a smooth enrollment process.
1. Please complete the online, new student registration packet through InfoSnap using the following link, http://www.hanover.k12.in.us/newstudent. You may click directly on the link or cut and paste the web address into your browser. Please complete this packet prior to attending new student registration at the applicable school(s). You can find the dates for new student registration to the right under the “Announcements” section.
2. Proof of Residency: Contact Holly Jones at 374-3506, prior to August 2, 2016 for an appointment. Enrollees must legally reside within the Hanover Community School boundaries. Proof of Residency documents must include the name of the parent or legal guardian and their current address within the Hanover school district. These documents are to be presented the day of your residency appointment. Acceptable documents include:
3. Child’s legal (not hospital) birth certificate
5. In the case of a divorce or separation, a copy of the most recent custody documents
6. If families are in the process of moving into the school district, a letter from the real estate agent or builder is required showing the upcoming date of residency.
Textbook rental fees can be paid the day of new student registration. Payment can be made my cash or personal check.
Getting To Know Principal Hiatt
“I really loved the classroom and teaching and I was drug kicking and screaming into administration,” Hiatt says. He credits ‘Project Lead The Way’ (PLTW) with helping direct him toward administration. PLTW is the leading provider of rigorous and innovative STEM education programs in middle and high schools across the country. “I knew I wanted to find a way to impact more students than I had in the classroom,” said Hiatt.
Moving from the small South Newton school district, where he was Assistant Principal, to take over the reins of the brand new Hanover Central Middle School in 2012 was an exciting challenge. “I have been blessed with a great staff,” says Hiatt. “When I came here as a newbie, there was support all around me.”
His message to students stresses respect as a key element in improving any school’s success. Students should; “Respect themselves first and foremost, respect their fellow students, respect adults and teachers and respect the taxpayers who have made educational opportunities available to them.”
August 1-5 – Returning Students
Grades K-12 – Online Registration
August 1-3 New to District Only
Hanover Central Middle School
Hanover Central High School
8:00 – 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
August 4 – ALL RETURNING STUDENTS
Forms and computers will be available for all students (all 4 schools) returning to the Hanover Community School District at the Middle School 1:00-3:00 p.m. and 5:00-7:00 p.m. at Hanover Central Middle School
The Hanover Central Athletic Department will host an informational meeting on Tuesday, August 16th at 6:30 pm in the Hanover Central High School cafeteria for all parents/athletes interested in competing in 5th grade volleyball or 5th/6th/7th/8th grade soccer this fall. This meeting will cover the season schedule and information required by the Catholic Youth Organization.
You Can Read Anywhere
Hanover Central Middle School students now have access to the ebooks in our collection. Click on the graphic below for complete instructions!