Out-of-District Transfer Requests
The Hanover Community School Corporation establishes the following maximum
out-of-district student transfer numbers for each grade level for the 2013-2014 school year:
Grade Number of Students
Kindergarten to Grade 11 0
Grade 12 10
The timeline for accepting transfer students will run from August 14, 2013 to May 31, 2014.
All out-of-district transfer requests must be submitted, in writing, to the Superintendent of Schools.
Meet Superintendent Mr. Taylor
Mr. Taylor brings a wealth of instructional and administrative experience to Hanover, currently serving as the Assistant Superintendent for Secondary Curriculum, Instruction and Programming for the Portage Township Schools, and also worked as a teacher, coach, administrative assistant and interim athletic director at Hammond Morton High School and Bishop Noll Institute.
His building-level administrative career includes the positions of Assistant Principal at Hobart High School and as the Principal at Wheeler High School. Mr. Taylor earned his teaching certification from Valparaiso University and his M.S. in secondary education and principal’s licensure though Indiana University Northwest. In December, 2008, Tom earned his Ed.S. and superintendent’s license from Indiana State University.
Hanover among 21 districts in Indiana on AP Honor Roll
INDIANAPOLIS | The Hanover Community School Corp. is among 21 school districts across the state named to the College Board’s third annual AP District Honor Roll for success in Advanced Placement testing.
More than 530 districts across the United States and Canada were honored.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Bennett commended the school districts for their “commitment to ensuring our students have the opportunities and resources necessary to be successful after high school graduation.”
The College Board examined three years of AP data to determine which districts exhibited sustained efforts in improving and expanding AP performance and college- and career-readiness among students. Honorees showed either significant annual growth in overall AP testing and scores or maintained a high percentage of students passing AP exams with a score of 3 or higher.
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