Above Nav Container

Banner image Hanover High School pencil drawn front exterior of Hanover High School

Utility Container

Search Trigger (Container)

Button (Container)

Mobile Menu Trigger (container)

Off Canvas Navigation Container

Close Trigger (container)

Search

Weekly Announcements

4.13.18

Honors Physics classes had a visit on Monday from Prof. Alex Rimberg, of the Dartmouth Physics Department. Prof. Rimberg talked about cryogenics and his research in low-temperature physics. Students also enjoyed a demonstration of superconductivity. They levitated small magnets with a superconductor cooled by liquid nitrogen.

The consensus of the students was, “That was COOL!”


This week in history - 09 Apr - 15 Apr

There's never a dull week for us history lovers. It's week 15 in the calendar and here's a snapshot of some of the significant things that went down in history.

Source: School History. “Week in history - 09 Apr - 15 Apr.” Accessed April 9, 2018, https://schoolhistory.co.uk


Attention seniors: if you would like to apply for local scholarships, you will need to complete this form -- due by Friday, April 27th, at 3:00 p.m.

Although a majority of scholarships are determined with need in mind, a few awards include specific criteria that are not need based. By submitting this one application, you will automatically be considered for approximately 20 local scholarships.

Please see Mr. Eberhardt with any questions.


Need CPR (Re-) Certification?

Again, this year we will be offering two different American Heart Association HeartSaver CPR/AED options:

1. The standard HeartSaver CPR/AED class, in which all of the skills are taught in a classroom setting. This course takes approximately 3 hours, and includes time to practice while watching the Heartsaver DVD and time to demonstrate proficiency in using these skills in mock scenarios. *This course will be offered for free. The Certification card is $5.00.

or

2. Independently completing the "classroom" portion of the CPR /AED HeartSaver course online. You would then print your online certificate and then come in for a one hour "Skills Session", to demonstrate your ability to perform quality CPR. *There is a fee to take the Online course, and a $5.00 fee for the Certification card.

Here is the link to access this online course: http://elearning.heart.org/course/8

Please contact the Nurse’s Office if you are interested.

Dates:
Full Classroom Course: Tuesday, May 8th, 3:15 - 5:30 PM
Skills Only Course: Tuesday May 15 or May 22, 3:15-4:15 PM


The HHS Environmental Club is seeking one more volunteer driver for our Earth Day field trip to Cricenti Bog on Friday April 27th leaving HHS at 9:15 am and returning at 11:45 am. If you are interested in visiting Cricenti Bog and can drive a few students on the field trip, please email jeannie.kornfeld@dresden.us

More information about these field trips can be found on the Earth Day program link below:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/10RTOn0ZcDl6a7FFvE3trihEPB7DNu_awIvtld21UQiE/edit


The Hanover High School Environmental Club is co-sponsoring a talk at the Montshire Museum of Science on Thursday April 26th at 7:00 pm given by Kiley Briggs from The Orianne Society (http://www.oriannesociety.org/) a reptile and amphibian conservation organization based in Georgia. Mr. Briggs will also be speaking at the HHS Earth Day celebration on Friday April 27th at 12:15 pm in the auditorium at HHS. A brief description of the talk is below:

Wood Turtles are a rare and secretive species that inhabit rivers and streams throughout Vermont, but due to threats caused by human activity, the future of Wood Turtles are in jeopardy. Thankfully, it is not too late to save these majestic animals. Join Kiley Briggs, Turtle Conservation Coordinator with The Orianne Society, as he talks about Wood Turtles, their biology, habitats, threats to their survival, and a new research and conservation program aimed at preserving Wood Turtle populations in the area.


Congratulations to the Hanover High School Quiz Bowl Team that won the New Hampshire Quiz Bowl League Championship on Sunday, April 8th at the State Legislative Office Building in Concord. Captain Hayden Smith and teammates Simon Herron, Jack Burnham, Oliver Minshall, and Liam Szczepiorkowski were a perfect seven wins and zero losses against Plymouth, Salem, Merrimack, Bishop Guertin, Portsmouth Christian Academy, Kingswood, and Fall Mountain. Each of the schools had either won a state regional tournament or qualified as one of the at-large entrants based on overall performance. The championship topped a very busy season of tournaments in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Vermont and New Hampshire where Hanover often came home with top tier success . The tournament successes means that Hanover has qualified two teams for national competition in Atlanta over the Memorial Day weekend. Rose Luttmer, Eliza Rodi, and Wright Frost will join the quiz bowlers to complete the two teams. Coach Gabe Brison-Trezise has trained the teams very diligently, deserves a lot of credit for their success, and will accompany them to the national championship tournament.


Table talk is a weekly message from the 9th -10th-grade counseling staff to prime the pump for a discussion with your child at the dinner table or on car rides. Topics shared in the Principal's Weekly will range from what is being discussed in school to current events.

Rain, rain go away! If April showers have you down, we have a suggestion for you. We came across this article - Best Teen Movies to Watch With Your High School or College Kid. Take a look and discover a new favorite or rewatch an oldie but a goodie!

Enjoy the Break!
Wendy Kares, Elizabeth Keene and Chris Seibel
9/10th-grade team


Thank you to the community members who have signed up to employ Youth-in-Action students to help with spring chores on Friday afternoon, May 4th. It is a key fundraiser for YIA that allows us to offer community service opportunities for all HHS students all year ‘round! We are still looking for students to fill those spots. HERE is the sign up form if you would like to encourage your student to participate. Email Beth to learn more.


We would like your help in showing the terrific HHS staff our appreciation for all they do for our students. Please join us in providing lunch for the staff on Monday, May 7th. The sign up sheet is here, or email kerry.artman@hanovernorwichschools.org if you have questions about the event. Thank you! Kerry and Beth (YIA)


Yearbook Ordering Ends April 30th!

To order a yearbook online go to:http://hanoverhigh.picaboo.com/

Price: $65 OR pay with cash or check. Checks for $65 should be payable to Hanover High School (please put the student('s) name(s) on the memo line). Bring check to Jessica Eakin in the library, Elizabeth Greene in the art room or mail to Hanover High School, HHS INDE, 41 Lebanon St., Hanover, NH 03755

The last day to order a yearbook is April 30th. There will be a very limited number of yearbooks to purchase in June, so if you want one, order now.


Attention Spanish students (and their parents):

Spanish teachers are now accepting names for the Mano a Mano Spanish exchange. This unique, long-standing exchange occurs every other year and pairs an HHS student with a student from El Instituto Gerald Brenan, just outside of Málaga, Spain. In the fall HHS families host a Spaniard and in the spring the favor is returned as our kids live with their families in Alhaurín de la Torre. For more information and a greater likelihood of getting on the exchange list, students should speak with their Spanish teachers soon. Students can check the updates in their Spanish class to download the registration documents.


**Community News and Events - items below are not directly organized by Hanover High School but might be of interest to our community**


Science Day at Dartmouth

The Dartmouth School of Graduate and Advanced Studies is pleased to announce the
sixth annual Science Day at Dartmouth, to take place April 28th from 10am-3pm on the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, NH. Dartmouth graduate students in a variety of fields invite you to their labs for fun, interactive activities and demonstrations. Come
meet real researchers-in-training, learn about their work, and find out why they love what they do! Science Day activities are designed for students in grades 5-10, but all curious minds are welcome to attend. All students must be accompanied by an adult.

Visit sites.dartmouth.edu/scienceday/ for details and to sign up to attend (registration not required).