Hanover Central Middle School

Realizing Potential


  • Picture Re-Take Day

    Picture Retakes are Thursday, October 22nd. This is for retakes as well as students who were absent on the original picture day. Students having retakes MUST bring in their original picture package with them. New pictures will not be ordered until the old one is returned.  eLearners may have their pictures taken on Re-take Day from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. ONLY.  eLearners should enter through Door A and will be directed from there.  Parents will not be allowed to accompany their eLearners beyond the front door.  Thank you! Code for ordering is 50676D. The link to order is: inter-state.com/flyerentry/50676D. 


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  • Red Ribbon Week Calendar 

    Red Ribbon Poster Contest

    red ribbon

    To celebrate Red Ribbon Week, Lake County's Supporting Addiction Free Environments (SAFE) coalition is sponsoring a virtual Red Ribbon Poster Contest. This contest is designed for students to show their support for being drug free. The grand prize winner of this contest will have their poster displayed on a billboard in Lake County plus an amazing prize retailing over $250.00. Only one submission per youth in Lake County. If you are interested, please see the flyer below to find the Red Ribbon Poster Contest Rules and Topic.   

    Link to Poster Contest Rules

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  • PTSO Annual Fall Fundraiser

    Hello all in-person and eLearning parents/guardians. It is time once again time for the PTSO Fall Fundraiser. All fundraising activities, orders, and deliveries will be done online and delivered directly to your home this year. Please watch the very short YouTube video at the following link... YouTube Fundraiser Video and visit the following link for ordering and more information:  Link to Fundraising Ordering
    MORE CHOICES THAN EVER BEFORE AND SHOPPING FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR HOME! Packets of information will be sent home with students as well. eLearning parents may pick up a packet of information in the office if they choose to do so. Thank you for your help!

    picture of popcorn and hot chocolate

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  • It’s time to order 2020-2021 Hanover Central Middle School Yearbooks! All orders must be submitted online. (No paper forms this year!) Please follow the link below to order. Cost is $23 through 10/31/20, and then the price will increase to $28.

    2020-2021 Yearbook Order Link

    picture of a yearbook page

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  • Follow the link below for a printable copy and full details regarding the PTSO McDonald's Fundraiser!

    Permission slip

    McDonald's Apple Pie Fundraiser Slip

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  • Link to Early Release Day Information

    chart of early release date information

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  • 2020-2021 School Calendar

    pic of calendar

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  • Logo for Infofinder

    Find Your Bus Here


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  • Vote Graphic

    Please visit this link to register to vote.


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  • Count me in! 

    From March 1 - April 1, 2020, a census will be conducted by the US Census Bureau.  The census provides vital information for you and our community.  

    Under Title 13 of the U.S. Code, the Census Bureau cannot release information about individuals, households, or businesses even to law enforcement agencies.  

    • Communities rely on census statistics to plan for a variety of resident needs including new roads, schools, and emergency services.
    • It determines how many representatives each state gets in Congress.
    • Businesses use census data to determine where to open places to shop.

    In the past, the census equated to $2,710 per person each year in federal funding.   The count is used by the federal government to determine the allocation of approximately $883 billion in federal funds, with $160 billion for programs to support children. This year, Indiana will receive about $18 billion in federal funding, with approximately $1 billion for K-12 programs.

    You can participate online, by phone or by mail.  Please visit www.2020census.gov for more information and to get an email reminder.

    YOU count!  We ALL count!


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