- 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.
I try each week to write about different aspects of our school. There are so many wonderfully intriguing things happening that it feels important not to repeat myself, with one exception – student safety. The angle of the sun, towering snow banks, icy windshields and the busy Hanover traffic all worry me each morning.
Please take a moment to remind your son(s) and/or daughter(s) to be careful when crossing streets. It is difficult, and in places impossible, to see over the snow banks right now. Please use the designated drop-off zones when driving students to school.
Yes, this message is a bit repetitive but it’s important. Kids listen, even when they don’t appear to be doing so.
Enjoy the snow!
Justin M. Campbellhttp://healthvermont.gov/research/yrbs/2013/documents/SAU70.pdf
Hanover High School
HHS administers the Vermont Youth Risk Behavior Survey each year. This anonymous survey gives us information about the choices our students are making. Please contact Chris Seibel 643-3431 Ext 2112 if you have any questions about the YRBS results. Our staff is currently reviewing the data to ensure we continue to do all we can to address the risks that some of our students are taking. The following link will allow you to access a .pdf of the results: