January 24, 2020
Upcoming Dates of Importance
1/23/20-1/27/20 - PowerSchool Portal Closed for Term Grading
1/30/20 - American Mathematics Competition
1/30/20-2/1/20 Footlighters Production of The Diary of Anne Frank
2/6/20 Kickoff to College Night for juniors and parents
2/11/20 - HHS/RMS Jazz Showcase 7pm
2/15/20-2/23/20 - February Break
Order your 2020 Yearbook
Online yearbook orders are open. Go to: https://hanoverhigh.picaboo.com to place your order and pay online. Or you can place your order by sending in a check for $65 payable to Hanover High School to Jessica Eakin (in the library).
The yearbook has several features specifically for seniors:
Parent Ads: Go to Picaboo to purchase and design your parent ad. Parent ads go at the end of the yearbook and are a message you send to your child or to the class of 2020. Learn about purchasing and designing your ad.
Senior Photos: The yearbook uses student ID photos, but seniors can submit an alternative photo. The photo does not have to be a professional photo. Send alternative senior photos to: email@example.com
Senior Sections: Every senior gets a third of a page to design. Seniors will learn more about creating their senior section at a class meeting in November. Students are responsible for creating their senior sections.
We are still in need of host families for the New England Music Festival-being hosted at Hanover High School March 19-21. Please email our housing chair Bettina Read at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can host 2 students for their stay!
From the Counseling Office:
We are pleased to announce registration for Destination College 2020 is now open! NHHEAF's (New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation) FREE signature event will be held Saturday, March 28th at Saint Anselm College in Manchester from 8:30-2:00.
This FREE event is a great way to start the college process for juniors. The day features many different 60 minute sessions that you can attend as a parent, as a student, or as a family; everyone who attends registers individually for their own sessions. Learn more about financial aid, essay writing, social media in the college process, how to choose a major, and many more informative sessions. Visit the Destination College Website for all the details of the day.
Beginning at noon, the event features a large college fair with over 70 colleges from across New England in attendance. It is a great way to meet and talk with college representatives who will be the first readers of your applications in September. Here is a great Destination College video (less than a minute!) to learn more.
Items needed for March Intensive
Do you have fleece, blankets, and/or flannel sheets (full size or larger) that you no longer need? The March Intensive that is working with the Lutheran Church to make quilts for disaster relief is in need of these items to use as filler for the quilts. We are also looking for lengths of new cotton fabric for use in backing.
You may drop items off at the high school or contact Jeanine King (email@example.com) to arrange for pick up.
Scholarship for students planning to attend an engineering program
The New Hampshire Society of Professional Engineers (NHSPE) annually sponsors a competitive merit and need-based scholarship program (John Alger Memorial) that awards a minimum of $1,000. The NHSPE Scholarship is open for in-state (NH) residents attending or planning to attend an engineering program that has been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET-EAC). Preference will be given to students attending or planning on attending a NH university or college.
All information is available on the NSPE-NH Website
Steven H. Strogatz Prize for Math Communication
Students aged 15 to 18 are invited to apply for the Steven H. Strogatz Prize for Math Communication to share their love of math with the world! Cash prizes will be awarded for compelling math communication projects, with winning entries recognized online. Send us your podcast, school newspaper column, art exhibit, YouTube video, website, song, play, or project (or any other mode of public communication) celebrating the universality of math; entries will be judged based on content, creativity, and communication. The submission deadline is April 22. Learn more and submit your entry at strogatzprize.momath.org.
Juniors! Are You Interested in a Polar Summer Science Travel Program
A polar science program is currently available to junior high school students called the Joint Science Education Project (JSEP) to Greenland. JSEP is supported by a National Science Foundation grant to Dartmouth College. Travel, lodging and meals are provided at no cost to selected students. Applications are due January 31, 2020. See the link below:
ESSAY CONTEST: For the fifth year the Dartmouth Mathematics Department is sponsoring an Essay Contest on "Biographies of Contemporary Women in Mathematics." This contest is open to ALL 6-8 and 9-12 students (all genders) in the Upper Connecticut River Valley. The grand prize will be an iPad for each of the two age groups. Depending on the quantity and quality of essays there could be additional prizes. Go to the website for all the details: https://math.dartmouth.edu/~awmcontest/ See Mrs. King if you have questions.
Have you had problems logging into the PowerSchool Portal? Last August we moved our system to the cloud and have slowly been shutting down the old server. We placed a temporary redirect on the old server. Please be sure to update your bookmarks as this server will be recommissioned. The correct URL for Powerschool is: https://sau70.powerschool.com/public
The Footlighters present
The Diary of Anne Frank
Thursday, Jan 30, Friday, Jan 31, and Saturday, Feb. 1, 7 PM, HHS Auditorium
Tickets available now!
Panels on loan from the Vermont Holocaust Memorial will be on display in the HHS library during the school day and in the atrium during performances. We will host a brief talkback after Thursday’s performance.
The Footlighters Spring Musical is gearing up for production! Audition Week is the week of February 3rd. Schedule below:
Audition sides and music are on the tables outside the Chorus Room.
Signup sheets and contracts are inside Music Office on bench!
Apparel Store - ORDER ALL YOUR HANOVER GEAR
The Hanover High School Online Apparel Store is open! Order your Hanover High School apparel at HHS Apparel Store. Items ship quickly and directly to you. Shop now for Nike, North Face, and other great brands! All items can be customized with sport, activity, or class. If you have questions about the store, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community News and Notes
The following items may be of interest to our community but are not directly associated with HHS.
Mr. Murphy, social studies teacher at Hanover High School, is on the New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Ballot. This week he has been interviewed by Alice Rodi and Julia Horan, Hanover High School students, on CATV8. The interview is currently being broadcast and available on the CATV site. Next week Mr. Murphy will participate in the Lesser Known Presidential Forum sponsored by St. Anselm College on Tuesday evening at around 6:30
Engineering and Computing Opportunity