Hanover Community School Corporation

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  • Hanover Central High School Thespian Society presents...

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  • Dear Parents and Guardians,
    Due to the addition of new buses, starting Monday, September 19th, the bus changes will be as follows:
    Bus 1 students will now be on bus #5
    Bus 3 students will now be on bus #20
    Bus 5 students will now be on bus #12
    Bus 20 students will now be on bus #24
    Bus times, stops, and drivers will stay the same. Students will just be on a different bus.
    Thank you
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  • Dear Parents and Guardians,
    We thank you for your patience with all of the construction and traffic issues. We have just been informed by the Lake County Highway Department that Cline Ave will be closed from Route 231 to 124th Avenue from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm weather permitting, starting Monday, September 19th.
    Also starting today, Friday, September 16th, Cline Ave will be closed from 118th to 124th Ave.
    117th will still be closed for two weeks. Parish north of 117th to Route 231 will be closed for the buses from 7:00 am to 3:30 pm. This might go into Monday.
    With all of that being said, there will continue to be delays in getting our students home.
    We, again, thank you for your patience during this time.
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  • RISE Facilitator Feature - Kristina Fleming

    Kristina Fleming was featured by RISE for her excellence in teaching entrepreneurship classes at Hanover Central High School. She explains how the RISE program works and how she got to be where she is today. Students gave feedback on what they enjoy about Fleming's class and what they have gained.

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  • Veteran's Day at Hanover

    On November 10th and 11th, all of the schools at Hanover hosted a Veterans Day Program. We had family and friends of students and staff that have served our country come to our schools to be honored. Schools performed songs, handed out gifts, provided refreshments, and heard the stories of our veterans.

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  • Steered Straight

    Michael DeLeon from Steered Straight spoke to the students of Hanover Central High School and Hanover Central middle school about the dangers of drugs, alcohol, and vaping at a young age and in life. He shared his story of how he ended up in prison by making bad decisions in his youth.

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  • Bear Down on Bullies

    Staley the Bear, the official Chicago Bear mascot, visited Lincoln Elementary to teach our students how to "Bear Down on Bullies." We were taught different methods of how to avoid bullies, to no be a bully, help others that are being bullied, and how to deal with a bully.

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  • National Hispanic Recognition Award

    Congratulations to our own Omar Diaz and Sarah O’farril for being 2 of 62,000 students from across the country to earn academic honors from the College Board’s National Recognition Programs!

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