March 13th, 2020
Dear Hanover High School Community,
We are receiving a range of inquiries regarding the impact of the COVID-19 virus on our schools. Dr. Badams, Superintendent of Schools, has been communicating directly with our community regularly. He is in contact with local, regional, state and national authorities regarding our response.
Here is the link to our website where you can see our latest communication: https://www.sau70.org/covid19
We are receiving guidance on a daily basis and will continue to update our community accordingly. Many folks are asking about the potential of school closing. Here’s a link to the CDC’s guidance:
Additionally, HHS has a plan in place for educating students remotely, should we need to do so. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions that arise. I assure you that we are using the latest information, consulting with experts and working hard to keep our students safe.
With best regards,
Spring Sports Registration - NOW OPEN
Registration is now open for all spring sports. All students that plan to participate in a spring sport must register online with FamilyID. FamilyID is new to HHS this year and is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our athletic programs, and helps us to be more administratively efficient.
Spring sport registrations must be completed by March 15, but we encourage early registration so we can plan accordingly for teams based on interest. The first official practice/tryouts for spring sports is March 23. The following spring sports are offered at HHS:
If you have any questions, please email Athletic Director, Megan Sobel or 643-0655. More information can also be found on the Athletics website.
Upper Valley Racial Literacy Fellowship
Are you interested in deepening your own understanding about race, racism, and power in today’s society with high school students and teachers from around the Upper Valley? Would you like to visit historical sites in Selma, Birmingham, Montgomery, and Portsmouth, New Hampshire? Considering applying for the (completely free!) Upper Valley Racial Literacy Fellowship, organized by Groundswell Change and the Upper Valley Educators Institute. Application due 3/20.
We are looking for 6-7 HHS students to be part of this program (open to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors).If selected, the commitment involves:
3 pre-trip Saturday sessions focusing on racial literacy (4/11, 5/9, 5/30)
Learning trip to Alabama and Portsmouth (7/12 - 7/19)
Capstone Project to bring this work back to HHS through Fall 2020
See this brochure for more information