Hanover Community School Corporation
Public Information Program
It's a fact that schools that actively engage with parents/guardians and the community earn more support and more support for our schools means a better education for our students.
Public information Programs (PIPS) are designed to fill a communication gap that has been identified nationwide between school districts, parents/guardians and communities. Specifically, the Hanover Community School Corporation Public Information Program was instituted to bridge the gap between Hanover Schools, parents/guardians and residents of the Hanover community in March, 2015. It serves as a direct conduit for information about student accomplishments, education programming, individual school and classroom activities, teacher excellence, and corporate information. School districts that provide easy and consistent information directly to parents/guardians and the community thrive far more than those that exist in a communication vacuum.
The Superintendent of Hanover Schools and the Hanover School Board have chosen to move Hanover schools forward and become one of the most open and engaging school districts in Northwest Indiana.
The Hanover Community Schools Public Information Program has been designed to distribute information about our students, staff and schools whenever and wherever possible. We utilize a variety of platforms to do so, including social media, local print and radio outlets, our website, and community newsletters. If it's happening in Hanover schools, we want to share it with you.
Please contact our Public Information Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions, comments or concerns.