November 8, 2019
Dear Hanover High School Community,
Today US Veterans from the Tuck School’s Veterans Club will be making their annual visit to social studies classes to share their experiences. I would like to publicly thank the Veterans for taking the time from their busy schedules to make history come alive for our students. More importantly, I would like to thank them for their service. I would also like to thank our social studies department for always working to make learning active and experiential.
Thank you to all who have served in our community and beyond! Have a great weekend,
Justin M. Campbell
Hanover High School
Upcoming Dates of Importance
November 7-9 Footlighters Fall Production, Two Gentlemen of Verona
November 9 at 6:30 p.m. HHS Boys take on Bedford in the NHIAA Soccer finals at Manchester Memorial High School
November 10 at 1:00 p.m. HHS Girls take on Bow in the NHIAA Soccer Finals at Manchester Memorial High School
November 11 - Veteran’s Day - No School
November 13 - Fall Instrumental Band Concert 7pm
November 14 - March Intensive sign-up deadline for 9th and 10th graders
November 27-December 2 Assignment free weekend.
Congratulations to the November Student of the month, Ethan Skirvin. Ethan's contributions to the music department spread far beyond just his performance on the drums. He has performed with Symphonic Band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band, Jazz Lab and the Symphony Orchestra at some point in his high school career. He has even been heard lending his drumming skills to the Chorus, Footnotes and Footlighters productions as well. He never turns down an opportunity to challenge himself and learn more about his instrument.
Not only is Ethan an exceptional musician, but also a kind and caring member of the Music Department community. As the leader of the percussion section, he frequently assists any student that needs support without hesitation. He shares parts and roles so that the entire section can grow as one. Ethan moves, checks on and cares for department equipment as if it was his own. The countless hours he practices, models for other students what can be achieved with hard work. He is playing at a professional level and will find success beyond high school with his music. Ethan has an infectious smile and spreads joy to those around him in the music department.
Congratulations to Kate Henggeler (Computer Science) as Students of the Month at the Hartford Area Career and Technology Center (HACTC)!!
STEM Pathways Speaker Series
Robots and the Environment - My work in Robotics
The speaker series continues on FRIDAY 11/8 during Activity Period in room 313.
Alberto Quattrini Li is an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at Dartmouth College, working in aquatic robotics. He studies robotic systems and algorithms to enable autonomous task execution, such as environmental monitoring and underwater archaeology, and applies them in the field. Check out this video.
Snacks will be provided.
Winter Sports Registration - Closes November 15
All winter sport athletes must register online by November 15 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.
The following winter sports are offered at HHS:
If you have any questions, please contact Athletic Director, Megan Sobel, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 643-0655. More information can also be found on the Athletics website at https://hanoverathletics.com/.
Marauders Field Hockey defeated Souhegan 3-0 on Sunday, November 3 to win the NHIAA Division 2 State Championship! The team finished 14-1-1 on the season and captured their first state title since 2009! Congratulations to the field hockey team!
Juniors and Seniors:
Dartmouth winter term forms are due in the Counseling Office by 3:00 on Friday November 8. To be eligible for a Dartmouth course a student must have:
Questions? Come see your counselor!
College Visits scheduled for the remainder of November:
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:
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.
The Footlighters present
Two Gentlemen of Verona
Adults $8 / Students & Staff $5Come see Shakespeare's hilarious teen Rom Com with an '80s twist, including a live band onstage playing your '80s favorites!
Winter Season is right around the corner. YIA is seeking members of the Community Service Team. We meet Mondays and Thursdays (Wednesday optional) after school helping out in the community in a number of ways. Opportunities include working with The Upper Valley Haven, David’s House, the Upper Valley Land Trust, the Hanover Conservancy and more.
Email Beth if you would like more information.
MEET THE DIRECTOR
Living with Bears: Free Talk by Ben Kilham
7 PM Thursday, November 14th at Hanover High School. This event is sponsored by the Hanover Conservancy and is free and open to the public.
Join the Hanover Conservancy for our annual meeting as we welcome world-renowned bear expert and author Ben Kilham. Ben is a keen observer of bear behavior and biology, preparing generations of orphaned bear cubs for life in the wild. Learn how to protect our resident black bears and be a good neighbor to wildlife. All ages will love hearing Ben's stories and will be inspired by his work at the Kilham Bear Center in Lyme, NH.Light refreshments start at 6 in the atrium with the presentation beginning at 7 in the auditorium. The Hanover Conservancy's Annual Meeting of the Membership immediately follows Ben's talk.
The Insight Podcast hosted by Chris Seibel M.Ed., LCMHC, MLDAC
This week Chris talks with Dr. Nancy Nowell and Katie McDonnell MSW about the Youth Mental Health First Aid. After listening, if you are interested in learning more about Youth Mental Health First Aid, you can contact Dr. Nowell (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Katie McDonnell (email@example.com) or visit The National Council on Behavioral Health https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/. Written transcript is also available.
STEM@TheNugget Movie Series
Grief group -- the Counseling office will be offering a bereavement support group for any Hanover High School students who have experienced the death of someone close to them. This 8-week group will take place during activity period (10:15-11:00) on Wednesdays, beginning on December 4th. For more information, please contact Tom Eberhardt or Chris Seibel in the HHS Counseling office.
The class of 2022 is selling Yankee candles as a fundraiser. It couldn't be easier to order the product of your choosing, and it will be shipped to your address. Thank you for considering. Sincerely, Class Committee, HHS class of 2022.
Do you love to ski or ride? Want to earn a free season pass to Whaleback?
We are looking for five high school students to help the Whaleback after school program on Wednesdays this winter from January 8th to February 12th. A bus will take participants from Ray School to Whaleback and back (2:15 pm - 5:30 pm) each Wednesday. High School helpers will assist Ray School elementary kids with boarding the ski bus, getting their gear on/off at the mountain and with check-out procedures at the mountain/Ray School. Volunteers can ski or ride once elementary school kids are on the mountain and will be able to enjoy their free season pass on any day during the entire season!
If interested, please contact Kristin Olmstead: firstname.lastname@example.org