Celebrating An Amazing Year Of Success
It has been an amazing year for Hanover Schools and as the academic year concludes it ‘s only proper that we celebrate our success with our parents, families and the entire Hanover community.
In 2014-2015 all four Hanover Schools earned “A” designations from the Indiana Department of Education. 96.1% of our general student population passed the ISTEP3 exam, with seven students earning a perfect score. We are graduating more talented seniors than ever before with our 2015 class receiving a cumulative total of more than $700,000. in scholarships, including 11 self-reported full rides. As these students move on, they leave a legacy of what’s possible for future Hanover graduates. Our facilities and programs continued to grow and improve with upgrades to our athletic and educational facilities district wide. The addition of a new tennis court complex at Hanover High School will serve not only our students, but the community as well. As summer vacation starts, work will begin on playground and facility upgrades at both elementary schools. Our community and educational partners have stood by our side and enhanced opportunities for our students by contributing more than $100,000. in grant, sponsorship and donation funding to Hanover schools.
Superintendent Tom Taylor and Architect William Hutton discussed with the Hanover School Corporation Board of Trustees improvements to the playground at Jane Ball Elementary School at the regular June Board meeting.
The Board approved the expenditure for the project and it is anticipated work will begin following the close of the school year.
At Hanover Community School Corporation, we are: Making a difference…realizing potential.
The Hanover Community School Corporation realizes the individuality of each student and is committed to providing a safe and positive atmosphere for learning. The collaboration of dedicated staff and the community allows Hanover Community School Corporation to create a literacy-rich environment and facilitate high quality instruction for all students. A challenging curriculum, well-equipped facilities and relevant technology optimize achievement, empowering all students to realize their potential for success in a global society.
Board approved April 17, 2012