Into the Woods: DATE CHANGE If you are interested in auditioning for the spring musical, come to to meet the directors and find out more about the audition process Friday, January 27 at 10:45 in the Chorus Room. Everyone who auditions gets a part, so this is a great opportunity to try something new.
All of the materials you will need to audition for Into the Woods can be found here:
Student Art Exhibit at the Howe Library through the month of January. Stop by and see the spectacular work of the studio classes at Hanover High School including Drawing, Printmaking, Design, Sculpture,Photography, and Jewelry.
Are you interested in attending Medical School? Wonder what is involved in becoming a surgeon? Come meet with students from the Association for Women in Surgery at Dartmouth Medical school on Monday, February 13 during Activity Period 10:45-11:15AM. More information to follow. See Mrs. King or Mr. Hermanson for more information.
Apply now to the Wolfram Summer Programs for Science, Technology & Innovation!
The Wolfram High School Summer Camp is a project-oriented camp for high-school students, introducing them to cutting-edge programming, computational thinking and innovative technology. The camp is a unique opportunity for entrepreneurial and STEM-minded high-school students to learn how to develop and explore science and technology.
This program will be held from June 25 to July 7, also at Bentley University. Students must be age 17 or younger as of July 7, 2017, to be eligible. For more information and to apply, please visit:
The Wolfram Summer School is a unique educational and career opportunity to learn and do projects at the frontiers of science, technology and innovation. Take part in hands-on learning--from applying Wolfram's unique approach to creative ideas to turning those ideas into research, products and companies.
This program will be held from June 18 to July 7 at Bentley University near Boston, Massachusetts. For more information and to apply, please visit: http://education.wolfram.com/summer/school
Crew Sign-ups: January 27th from 10:45-11:15 in the Atrium. Crew does not start until the Spring sports season, but we need to figure out how many rowers we will need to serve this year. Boat purchase/rental and coaching assignments need to be sorted out for the Spring. Please come by the desk in the Atrium during activity period to give us your information. All are welcome!
In February, seven Hanover High School students and their family members as well as other members of our local community are traveling to Lusaka, Zambia to work with Circus Zambia: an organization that uses circus to help underprivileged kids. HHS's Project Pamodzi Club has helped raise money for the building that will house the circus program and a school. The students traveling to Africa would like to bring items to help get the school off the ground. If you have any of the following items and would like to donate them to Circus Zambia, please leave them in a box next to the couches in the main office. We will be collecting items up until Friday, February 10th. For more information, feel free to talk to Lyla Stettenheim or Lydia Duncan. You can also read the following recent articles from the Valley News and the Norwich Times.
Junior Squash Clinic Open to any and all 6-17 years olds!
Are you interested in your child playing squash? Or interested in them learning more about squash? Did you know squash was voted the world’s healthiest sport by Forbes? Join our Junior Squash Clinic for any and all 6-17 year olds @ the Dartmouth Squash courts starting Monday January 16 running through to Wednesday March 15. Cost: $200 for one day/week or $395 for two days/week (10% discount for siblings). All required equipment except indoor shoes is provided. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to register your child/children.
Assistant Squash Coach
For more detailed information visit the yearbook website by going to http://hhs.hanovernorwichschools.org/ → “student info & organizations” → yearbook
Senior Portraits Due Feb. 27th: If you want a photo other than your school ID photo, you must submit an alternate photo by Feb. 27th.
PURCHASE YOUR YEARBOOK:
Online yearbook sales are open!. If you prefer not to order online, you can pay with cash or check. Checks for $65 should be payable to Hanover High School (please put the student’s name(s) on the memo line). Bring check to Jessica Eakin in the library, Elizabeth Greene in the art room or mail to Hanover High School, HHS INDE, 41 Lebanon St., Hanover, NH 03755
Pay online by going to: http://hanoverhigh.picaboo.com/ Price: $65
PARENT ADS FOR SENIORS: Due Feb. 27th
At the end of every year book we have a section reserved for parents. This is a chance for you to send your child a message of congratulations or words of wisdom that they'll have forever.
What to do:
1) You can "order' your parent ad for $35--checks payable to Hanover High School with yearbook ad in the memo line.
Mail to: Hanover High School, Yearbook, 41 Lebanon Street, Hanover, NH 03755
Bring into school: to Jessica Eakin in the library
2) Submit a photo and quote by:
3) After the ad has been created, you will be emailed a proof to approve.
Athletic schedule and news available at: http://hanoverathletics.com/
While you are visiting the Athletics Website, please create a Fan Account. This will bring you up to date schedule revisions, cancellations, etc. as well as any team news via e-mail or text.
Weekend in Sports
Friday, January 20th
Vs Nashua High School South
@Nashua Boys and Girls Club
4:30 PM Warm UP/6:00 PM Meet
Depart 3:15 PM
Boys JV/Varsity Basketball
@ ConVal High School
Dismiss 2:05 PM
Girls Varsity Basketball
Vs ConVal High School
Saturday, January 21st
Girls Reserve Basketball
@ Hartford High School
Depart 8:45 AM
X Country Skiing
Vs Souhegan HS
Earl Legacy Park
Depart 7:30 AM
Boys Reserve Basketball
@ Coe-Brown Northwood Academy
Depart 9:20 AM
Boys JV Ice Hockey
Vs Pinkerton Academy
Ice Den Arena
Depart 4:15 PM
Boys Varsity Ice Hockey
Vs Bishop Guertin High School
Sunday, January 22nd
Depart 6:05 PM
Inspired by the bitter cold, the 20% decline in food donations to the Haven, and the coming of Exams, the ad-hoc service committee and CACH classes are starting a push to collect 1,000 cans of tuna over the next two weeks.
We are hoping that EVERY member of our community will bring in a can. We will place collection boxes in the Atrium and in the Main Office.
...Perhaps doing philanthropic activities gives good Karma to exam outcomes......
TUNA is the specific request from the Haven.
Thanks everyone! Keep your eyes peeled for a giant statue of a Tuna made of cans in a week or two!
THANKS SO MUCH for all that you do!
1,000 cans sounds like a big number, but this amount will only be a week’s worth of tuna for the food shelf. We CAN do it!
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