•  ReEntry Plan Update #2

    August 5, 2020

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  • 2020-2021 School Calendar

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  • Please click the link below for a printable copy of the most frequently asked questions regarding the eLearning option.

    eLearning FAQ

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  • Below you will find a link to an update of our Re-Entry Plan.  This Update, as well as our Re-Entry Plan are subject to change at any time.  We encourage you to review the Update and any future updates to the Re-Entry Plan. 

    picture of a sticker saying I wear My Mask For  Click here to print or view the update to our Re-Entry Plan

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    At the link below you will find the Hanover Re-Entry Plan for school in the fall.  Specific information regarding each school is available on the school links on page 8 (Elementary) and page 9 (Middle School and High School).  We encourage you to carefully review the entire document for answers to your questions. 

    2020 School Re-Entry Plan

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    Find Your Bus Here!


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    Link to Current Summer Choice

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  • Employment Opportunities


    Hanover Community Schools have employment opportunities available.  Please use this direct link for the most current information on available positions.  Current Job Postings.


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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 for more information and to get an email reminder.

    YOU count!  We ALL count!


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  • Hanover Hazard Inititative

    We as a school corporation, and all members of the Hanover community, can and need, to do more to support our drivers and save our children. We are asking ALL drivers who encounter one of our Hanover buses stopped, with lights flashing and stop arm extended, to come to a complete stop and put on their own hazard lights to help support the work of our drivers and ensure children are seen.  Please watch the video below...


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