Dear Hanover Families and Friends,
I am exceedingly pleased to formally announce that HCSC has won both the operational and construction referendums. The final results have now been posted.
On behalf of the Hanover School Board and myself, I’d like to extend our sincerest thanks to each and every one of you.
- Thank you to the PAC for your tireless work, support, dedication, and determination in spite of all of the unique challenges this year has brought.
- Thank you to ALL the volunteers who supported the effort in word and deed.
- Thank you to our staff for all of your efforts during the campaign. Thank you for your dedication day after day after day, whether it be in person or remotely!
- Thank you to our families for supporting your school district and the vision for our forward movement.
- Thank you to the community for believing in our school district and supporting our endeavors from the very big ones, such as this referendum, to the smaller ones that support our schools on a daily basis.
Most importantly, a collective thank you to all, because TOGETHER we HONOR our children today and tomorrow knowing that their successes become possibilities and realities in the days ahead because the entire Hanover Family believes in them enough to say YES, not once, but TWICE.
Celebrate this victory for our kids! It’s all of ours! EVERY day is a great day to be a Wildcat!
PARENTS: Click the link to get information about Student Materials: Drop off and pick up information.
Although difficult to cancel events and/or celebrations, 8th grade graduation is canceled. Due to our current restrictions and all that needs to be done to close out this year and prepare for the fall, some events will not go forward or be rescheduled. Although it is disappointing, we are grateful that we will have four more years together with our current 8th graders and will be able to celebrate their high school graduation.
Dear Hanover Families:The last day of the school year for students will be Friday, May 15th. An FAQ to address general questions will be posted tomorrow.Students, thank you for your continued hard work with your classes and school work. Thank you to the entire Hanover community for your support during this challenging time. We hope you are well and look forward to seeing you in the future!
Dear Hanover Families:
As we adjust to this ‘new normal’, we want to provide you with some academic, social-emotional resources, and other information that may provide assistance during this challenging time.
We are asking all families to take a voluntary brief survey so that we are attentive to the most pressing needs of our students in the weeks to come. If you have any concerns please feel free to reach out to any of our building principals, Superintendent Mary MacAulay or myself.
Visit this link for family resources:
Hanover Community Schools
Dear Hanover families,
It is my sincerest hope that you and your family are healthy and safe during this time. I personally miss the opportunity to communicate and share physical space with our students, staff, and members of the Hanover family, and I am sure that you do as well. To our parents, Spring Break, albeit probably much different than you had planned, has come to an end. If you were fortunate enough to find fun activities to share with your families, as I did, I am exceedingly happy for you. Perhaps taking a walk with your pet, cooking and baking, playing games and enjoying family dinners brought back memories of your own childhood and provided memorable moments for your children to carry forward.
We will continue with e-learning in the days ahead. The events that were previously scheduled and are now on hold remain unchanged. There are no dates and/or events that can currently be definitively determined. There is an opportunity, however, for us to provide a glimmer of hope to all of our students and especially the Class of 2020. If an event can occur at a later date, it will indeed happen. I will be working on alternate plans with others within the district.
Please know that you, Graduate of the Class of 2020, were born the year the Twin Towers fell and will complete your high school education under the cloud of a worldwide pandemic. Your experience and the world you have grown up in has hopefully made you stronger, more determined, and more compassionate to serve and benefit the world in the years to come. I am proud of you.
In closing, the heart of Hanover is comprised of students, staff and families. Please continue to take care of yourselves and one another. Though we are physically apart, we remain united and proud to be HC.
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!
CDC always recommends everyday preventive
actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory viruses including;
*Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
*Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Stay home when you are sick.
If you have a fever STAY HOME
If you have vomited the night before STAY HOME
If you have had diarrhea STAY HOME
--must be fever, vomiting, diarrhea free for 24 hours without medication before returning to school.
Cover your chough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS NEEDED