• Communications/ Public Information
    The role of the communications department is to create and maintain proactive, timely, and positive communications with our school corporation, which includes: our staff, students, parents, the community, and the media.

  • Technology is everywhere nowadays through smartphones, tablets, computers, the internet, smart devices, the list goes on! When it comes to a school district, we have our teachers, administrators, principals, cafeteria workers, custodians, etc. But who interacts directly with the parents and the community?

    The communications department was designed to fill a communication gap that has been identified nationwide between school districts, parents/guardians, and communities. Hanover’s communications department was instituted to bridge the gap between Hanover Schools, parents/guardians, and residents of the Hanover community in March 2015. It acts as a new channel for showing student accomplishments, education programming, individual school and classroom activities, teacher excellence, and corporate information.

    We provide easy to understand content directly to parents and the community through different methods of communication. Hanover schools have Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts.

    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 communications department also pushes out an e-newsletter once a month to keep the public informed of the highlights happening in our schools each month.

    Please contact our Public Information Officer at pio@hanover.k12.in.us if you have any questions, comments, or concerns.