- minds to pursue excellence, academic challenge and personal success.
- hearts to respect and care for the emotional and physical well-being of themselves and others, and for the environment.
- voices to contribute to the democratic process and the common good.
Dear Parents and Guardians of HHS Students,
I drove my four year old to school this morning, as I do a couple of times each week. The combination of his ‘wide awake at ’’ personality and the gorgeous weather caused him to chatter nonstop from the moment I wrestled him into his carseat to the time I freed him from its constraints. He spent the entire ride excitedly describing the plan for his upcoming day. I heard about circle time, his Mother’s Day gift, a ninjago book (I’m not sure what that is but apparently it involved Legos) and lots of other things I didn’t understand fully. What was came through clearly, however, was how much his love of school is tied to his teachers - a fitting reminder for Teacher Appreciation Week.
I would like to thank the HHS staff for the passion and dedication they bring to their work. I’m continually amazed by how fully they give themselves to our school and how deeply they care about our students.
The HHS prom is evening. Julie Stevenson (Dean of Students) sent a separate note regarding our school expectations. In short, this is a school event and all school rules apply. Please take a moment to discuss your behavioral expectations with your student. Our combined efforts are the best way to make sure the 2016 Prom is an enjoyable and safe event for all participants.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend,
Justin M. Campbell
Hanover High School