- 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,
This is Dartmouth’s Homecoming Weekend, featuring many social gatherings, the bonfire, etc. We are blessed to be deeply connected to Dartmouth in many ways. Many of our students have friends or older siblings who are students at ‘the college’ and, therefore, could possibly participate in Homecoming activities. I think it is always worth taking a moment to make sure our students/your children are clear on our behavior expectations, particularly around access to the many college parties that will occur this weekend.
For the second consecutive year, the Hanover and Norwich Police Departments have joined with Dartmouth Campus Safety to distribute a letter to the community regarding the involvement of young people in the festivities. I have attached a copy of their letter below.
Enjoy the weekend,
Justin M. Campbell
Hanover High School
Dear Hanover Community Members and Visitors,
Dartmouth College Homecoming is scheduled for the weekend of October 11th. In anticipation of the planned festivities, we would like to remind you that the safety of the community and our young people are a priority and local law enforcement departments will be adjusting staffing and patrolling accordingly. Remember the following are illegal in New Hampshire and Vermont:
Please make safe decisions this and every weekend. If you see anyone hurt or in danger please call 911 immediately.
Take care of yourself and each other,
Dartmouth Safety and Security, Hanover Police Department, and Norwich Police Department