October 10, 2019
Dear Hanover High School Community,
The HHS staff selects one student each month for recognition as our Student of the Month. The teachers, coaches and other staff who know the student best craft a short statement explaining the contributions this individual makes to our school community.
I would like to publicly congratulate Natalie Morhun on her selection as the Student of the Month for October. Natalie is unfailingly cheerful, friendly, helpful, and kind. A natural leader in the classroom and on the field of play, Natalie has the ability to put people at ease and bring a group together. Hardworking and conscientious, Natalie excels in the classroom while keeping things in their proper perspective. Natalie advocates for herself, but she is aware of those around her and is quick to give assistance to a teacher, coach, classmate, or teammate.
Have a great week!
Justin M. Campbell
Hanover High School
Upcoming Dates of Importance
October 10 - Open House
October 10-15 Assignment free weekend
October 15 - Blood Drive 8:30-1:30)
October 16 - PSATs (no school for grades 9, 10 and 12)
October 17 - Student Flu Clinic
October 23 - Last day to register for AP exams
October 25 - Day in Action
November 1 - End of Quarter 1
Congratulations to the following students have been selected as students of the month in their respective programs at the Hartford Area Career and Technology Center! The theme for selection this month was Respect, the first word in the HACTC Mission Statement.
Brent Hatch Industrial Welding & Mechanics Level I
Jacob Simino Industrial Welding & Mechanics Level II
Thatcher Jaacks Introduction to Engineering Design A.M.
Quanah Tokarski Introduction to Engineering Design P.M.
Noah Cook Career Technology Explorations A.M.
Ryan Connolly Career Technology Explorations P.M.
Cheyanne Pero Design, Illustration & Media Arts Level I
Tori Ross Design, Illustration & Media Arts Level II
Michael Nicodemus Computer Science Essentials
Astro Ohnuma Computer Sciences Principles
Cedar Duda Business Administration Level II
Adriahna Prior Business Administration Level I
Samantha Estes Education Sciences: Teaching + Learning
Gordon Willey Education Sciences: Coaching + Leading
Natalie (Willow) Carr Cosmetology Level I
Dustin Davis Cosmetology Level II
Nathaniel Kennedy Natural Resources Level II
Ethan Schaal Natural Resources Level I
Dillen Howe Collision Repair & Refinishing Level II
Nathaniel Parkin Collision Repair & Refinishing Level II
Codie Studebaker Automotive Technology Level II
Hunter Campisi Automotive Technology Level I
Caroline Usher Health Science Level II
Jordan Graham Health Science Level II
Abby Merseal Culinary Arts Level II
Landon Cheney Culinary Arts Level I
Rhett Barrows Building Trades Level II
Dyllan Besaw Building Trades Level I
Red Cross Blood Drive
Site: Hanover High School Gymnasium
Date: Tue Oct 15, 2019
Time: 8:30: AM - 1:30: PM
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
Hanover Senior Wins 2019 Girls’ Golf State Championship
Congratulations to Meredith Morhun! The Marauder senior shot a 6-over-par 77 to become Hanover’s first championship-flight (18-hole) state girls golf champion. Meredith sank a birdie putt on the final hole to capture the title by one stroke.
Free Student Influenza Clinic: October 17th from 9-12AM-LAST CHANCE
Please remember to send in the signed and filled out Parent Consent Forms for the students to receive their free influenza vaccine! They were handed out during Common Ground last Thursday and should be brought to the Health Office when completed. We have extra forms in the Health office that may be picked up and we have have sent them electronically as attachments. Take the time to sign up now for this excellent opportunity! Keep the flu out of your home and school.
Any junior interested in the St. Paul’s Advanced Summer Program, ASP, is invited to an informational meeting on October 22nd in the counseling office during activity period.
The Advanced Studies Program was founded in 1957 by St.Paul’s School to provide talented NH public and parochial high school students with challenging educational opportunities. The entirely residential residential summer session stresses academic and personal growth, as students learn to live together and share in the school community. Intensive classwork is supplemented by athletics, participatory Chapel services, afternoon recreation, weekend social activities, and a rich college counseling program.
College Visits Next Week:
10/15 • 11:20am • Boston University (MA)
10/15 • 12:15pm • Lasell College (MA)
10/15 • 1:10pm • Bishop’s University (Canada)
10/15 • 2:05pm • Wheaton College (MA)
10/17 • 8:55am • Bryant University (RI)
10/17 • 2:05pm • Bucknell University (PA)
10/18 • 8:55am • Endicott College (MA)
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.
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.