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Empowering Tomorrow's Entrepreneurs: Hanover Central High School Ventures to RISE Fest 2024

Hanover Central High School's entrepreneurship students embarked on an enriching journey to RISE Fest 2024, held at the Studebaker campus in South Bend, Indiana. Led by their teacher Kris Fleming, the students immersed themselves in a world of entrepreneurship, networking with local and state-wide RISE students and alumni, and exploring innovative products and ideas. Prior to the festival, they savored the historical and cultural richness of Notre Dame's campus, fostering a deeper appreciation for academia and heritage. Through insightful reflections from students, it becomes evident how this trip not only broadened their entrepreneurial horizons but also instilled valuable life lessons and inspiration for future endeavors.

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From Mat to Medal: Ashton Mutuwa's Road to the 2024 Olympics

Ashton Mutuwa, a product of Hanover Central High School, embarks on a remarkable journey from his humble beginnings in kindergarten wrestling to representing Nigeria at the 2024 Paris Olympics. With the encouragement of friend Stevan Micic, Ashton returned to wrestling after a hiatus, ultimately earning his spot on the Nigerian national team through trials and competitions. His story of perseverance and camaraderie, highlighted by his friendship with Micic, exemplifies the pride of Hanover's athletic community. As Ashton prepares to compete on the world stage, his journey serves as an inspiration to aspiring athletes everywhere, showcasing the power of determination and unwavering support from loved ones.

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HCMS 8th Grade Visits Chambertown

On Tuesday, March 19th, our 8th-grade class embarked on an enriching journey to the Dean and Barbara White Community Center in Merrillville! They participated in Junior Achievement Chambertown, a captivating event hosted by the Crossroads Northwest Indiana Chamber of Commerce and Junior Achievement. Students from various Northwest Indiana schools joined in this exciting economic adventure, making it a day filled with learning and collaboration! 

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Officer Corbin Teaches "Too Good for Drugs" 5th Grade Program at Red Cedars

Officer Dustin Corbin's introduction of the "Too Good for Drugs" program at Red Cedars Elementary School represents a significant milestone in proactive education for 5th-grade students. Through engaging activities and comprehensive content, students are empowered with vital skills to navigate the challenges they may encounter in their teenage and adult years. Officer Corbin's commitment to fostering a positive learning environment is evident, and the program's alignment with the Hanover Community School Corporation's goals underscores its importance.

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Dungeons and Dragons Club Soars into Role Playing Game

During the 2022-2023 school year, Ms. Kasey Mooney, an 8th-grade English/Language Arts teacher at Hanover Central Middle School, launched the Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) Club to foster creativity and camaraderie among students. D&D offers a collaborative storytelling experience where players immerse themselves in thrilling adventures, promoting storytelling, strategic thinking, and collaborative problem-solving. The club not only provides a space for creativity but also imparts valuable employability skills such as collaboration, adaptability, integrity, and self-discipline. Through interviews with club members, it's evident that D&D fosters personal growth, friendship, and imaginative exploration, making it an enriching experience for all involved.

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Work-based Learning at HCHS

Hanover Central High School is hoping to implement a work-based learning program where students split their time between work and school. This allows our students to get a real-world workplace experience before graduation. Ms. Kepshire has made it possible for two students to participate in this potential program for the 2023-2024 school year. 

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