October 25, 2019
Dear HHS Community,
We recognize that many in our community are grieving right now. Our school counselors are available to meet with students and families as needed to provide support and connect you with resources. Please reach out to the Counseling Office if we can be of assistance. Below are some resources that offer information about caring for ourselves and our loved ones in times of loss.
I hope you have a restful weekend,
Justin M. Campbell
Hanover High School
Upcoming Dates of Importance
October 25 - Day in Action
October 28 - Picture retake day
October 30 - March Intensive course offerings available on the website
November 1 - End of Quarter 1
November 7 - March Intensive sign-up deadline for juniors and seniors
November 7-9 Footlighter Fall Production, Two Gentlemen of Verona
November 11 - Veteran’s Day - No School
STEM Pathways Speaker Series
Climate Change and Glaciers - My Work in the Earth Sciences
Erich studies how climate change affects hurricanes and nor'easters in New England, and how warming in the polar regions is melting glaciers and raising the sea level. His research takes him to the tallest mountains of Alaska, the center of the Greenland ice sheet, and the South Pole to collect ice cores that record the history of climate change going back thousands of years. He'll describe the evidence his team has found for the speed and impact of climate change around the world. He'll also discuss how he went from a kid who just loved the weather, to a researcher trying to understand how climate change will impact his kids' future.
Winter Sports Registration - NOW OPEN
Registration is now open for all winter sports. All students that plan to participate in a winter 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.
Winter sport registrations must be completed by November 15, but we encourage early registration so we can plan accordingly for teams based on interest. The following winter sports are offered at HHS:
Basketball - Boys
Basketball - Girls
Basketball - Unified
Ice Hockey - Boys
Ice Hockey - Girls
Indoor Track & Field
Swimming & Diving
If you have any questions, please contact Athletic Director, Megan Sobel, at email@example.com or 643-0655. More information can also be found on the Athletics website at https://hanoverathletics.com/.
Help us keep up our sponsorship of Partners in Health (see mission below) and sponsor a child in need. Many Common Grounds work together to sponsor a child and this year we are reaching out to our community to do even more good! Please encourage your student to sign up their Common Ground.If your child's common ground chooses not to sponsor a child and you would like to contribute, we welcome monetary donations as well as gift cards.
Contact Katie (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Stacey (email@example.com) if your family is able to sponsor a child. We can provide the child's age, gender, needs and interests. Thank you for considering! Spread the good word!
Partners in Health is a community-based, family centered program that works to meet the needs of families who have children with chronic health conditions. Partners in Health (PiH) will assist families in getting the care and services that the families feel are important. We are in collaboration with schools, medical providers, social services and other community agencies to help enhance the quality of life for these families. We service families with children from birth until age 21 who have a chronic health condition expected to last 12 months or longer, and has a significant impact on daily life. Possible health conditions include, but are not limited to: asthma, cancer, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, epilepsy, and heart conditions.
Pen of Iron, our HHS art and literary magazine, is seeking submissions of creative writing and art for our 2020 edition. Students please send your poems, creative essays, fiction stories, photos, and drawings to firstname.lastname@example.org Deadline is end of February.
Our POI 2019 will be on sale in the atrium on Th and F next week, $10 each.
The March Intensive Scholarship Fund is selling raffle tickets through the month of November. Look for us in the atrium next Thursday and Friday, 10/31 and 11/1, or come to room 214.
2$ each or 3/$5. Contact: email@example.com
1) COOK’s DREAM: $25 King Arthur Flour and $25 Coop Food Stores
2) NIGHT OUT IN HANOVER: Two Boloco bowls or burritos, two large Morano Gelato cups, and two passes to the Nugget
3) SPOILED ROTTEN: Beth Ryan’s “World’s Best Chocolate Cake” (Priceless); Nashelle Lariat necklace ($38 value); $25 Salt Hill Pub, 2 passes to the Nugget
4) ROYAL TREATMENT: Mr. Concilio will serve tea and cucumber sandwiches to you and 5 of your friends in his room during activity period. He will treat you like you are very important indeed.
5) WEST LEBANON ADVENTURE: $25 to 99 Restaurant, $25 to Chilis, and two tickets to Entertainment Cinemas.
6) ART: HANDMADE Pottery by Sarah Glass (2 mugs and sugar bowl) and Hand painted cards from Dr. Skinner.
During the 2018–19 school year, along with other accomplished music students across the United States and overseas in military base schools Aidan Samwick and Ian Nolon practiced with dedication to gain a part in their local, district, and state music honor ensembles.
And now Aidan and Ian will join the “best of the best” for the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) 2019 All-National Honor Ensembles November 7–10, 2019, at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. They will be the only students representing the state of New Hampshire. The Jazz Ensemble, Mixed Choir, Guitar Ensemble, and—new this year—Modern Band concerts will take place 7:00–10:00pm, November 9, and the Symphony Orchestra and Concert Band concerts will begin at 9:30am, November 10. The concerts are open to the public.
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:
- - completed all course work at the A level at HHS in the chosen field
- - academic performance that is strong in all areas, generally at least an A-
- - met with their counselor
Questions? Come see your counselor!
The PowerSchool Student and Parent portal will be closed from 3pm on November 7th until the afternoon of November 12th to allow for final grades and comments to be posted for Quarter 1.
The HHS Music Department is pleased to announce that Jamie Hackett received the highest score in the state of New Hampshire for tenor saxophone at the Jazz All State Auditions. Jamie will sit first chair for NH Jazz All-State Honors Band. The second highest tenor saxophone score in the state went to Walter Schutz! He will be joining Jamie as the only two tenor sax players in the NH Jazz All State Honors Band! We are thrilled as well to announce that Gunnar Langhus was accepted into the Jazz All State Honors Choir on tenor voice!
HOST FAMILIES NEEDED FOR THE NEW ENGLAND MUSIC FESTIVAL
We have placed 55 out of 400 students for NEMFA. If you or someone you know is interested in housing students for this amazing festival that HHS IS HOSTING please write to Bettina Read at firstname.lastname@example.org. A festival like this takes an enormous effort on the part of the entire community. Please consider hosting students the evenings of March 19th and 20th 2020. Modest accommodations are perfectly acceptable! We are looking for safe, happy homes! Feel free to reach out to neighbors, friends and relatives!
Hanover High Benefit Gala
When? Friday Dec.6, 7pm
Where? Briggs Opera House, WRJ, VT
What? An elegant evening with some of the top musical theater performers in the Upper Valley as well as cameos from several members of Hanover High Schools staff and our own Acapella groups Dachords, Hilights and Soarthroats. All proceeds benefit the cost for the 16 piece orchestra required for our spring musical SHREK! Please come out and support this great cause!
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.
This year's INDE theme is.... OUT OF THIS WORLD
Submit submissions to Ms. Greene in the art room. Winner receives a free yearbook! Cover Submission Guidelines
The Footlighters Present
TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA
Come see Shakespeare’s hilarious Rom Com as you’ve never seen it before! Enjoy “The Outlaws,” our live band, onstage with the cast playing your favorite tunes from the ‘80s. Don’t miss this!
Thursday, November 7
Friday, November 8
Saturday, November 9
Adults: $8, Students/Staff/Seniors: $5
Colleges scheduled to visit next week are:
10/28 • 1:10pm • The College of Saint Rose (NY)
10/29 • 8:00am • Unity College (ME)
10/29 • 9:50am • Castleton University (VT)
10/29 • 1:10pm • Ohio Wesleyan University (OH)
10/30 • 12:35pm • University of New England (ME)
10/30 • 1:20pm • US Air Force
10/31 • 8:00am • Bentley University (MA)
10/31 • 8:55am • Curry College (MA)
10/31 • 9:50am • Western New England University (MA)
10/31 • 11:20am • Wells College (NY)