Feb/March, into April Council Report Submitted by the Council* Community Representative, Kathy Marshall.
Nanako Shirai is the HHS Student of the Month for April!
To many it is a surprise how quickly and how deeply Nanako became part of the HHS community. It feels like she has been a Marauder forever.
In her many upper-level courses, Nanako is described by teachers as “enthusiastic, cheerful, and eager to take on a challenge.” She is a standout student in many classes in which she demonstrates discipline, analytical thinking skills and insight. Others report she is “just an awesome student” who cares about the work she does as well as helping those around her.
As a two-term member of council Nanako takes the responsibility seriously and aims to improve the HHS community by encouraging inclusivity and thoughtfulness. She now serves as the Public Relations representative. Not surprisingly, she always listens to the HHS community before presenting possible solutions.
When not in the classroom, she follows two other passions: a commitment to others and her music. As a “great leader” on the Unified Basketball program she supports her teammates and their success on the court. She embodies the Unified spirit. Around games, practices and schoolwork, she pours herself into the violin. It is not widely known because she is so humble, but she has been apart of respected groups and orchestras near and far.
Congratulations to another well-deserved Student of the Month!
Attention seniors: three weeks ago, you received an e-mail with a link and an application for Need Based Local Scholarship Opportunities. The application covers approximately 20 local scholarships and is due Friday, April 28th.
Earth Day Celebrations April 28; The Hanover Environmental Club is hosting a variety of workshops, activities, and guest speakers April 28th. All staff and students are encouraged to participate in our day of education and environmental stewardship.
May 1 is the hard deadline to join EMPOWER LACROSSE CLUB'S summer tournament teams! Go to empowerlacrosseclub.com for directions to register. Please e-mail Marianne Bocock Doyle at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Need CPR training for your summer job?
This year we are pleased to announce that we will be offering two different American Heart Association HeartSaver CPR/AED options:
1. The standard HeartSaver CPR/AED class, in which all of the skills are taught in a classroom setting. This course takes approximately 3 hours, and includes time to practice while watching the Heartsaver DVD and time to demonstrate proficiency in using these skills in mock scenarios. *This course will be offered for free. The Certification card is $5.00.
2. Independently completing the "classroom" portion of the CPR /AED HeartSaver course online. You would then print your online certificate and then come in for a one hour "Skills Session", to demonstrate your ability to perform quality CPR. *There is a $25.50 fee to take the Online course.
Here is the link to access this online course
Please contact the Nurse’s Office if you are interested.
Full Classroom Course: May 9th, 3:15 - 5:30 PM
Skills Only Course: May 23 or May 30, 3:15-4:15 PM
Tickets for INTO THE WOODS The show is May 11, 12, & 13 at 7:00. Starting Monday May 1st, Tickets can be purchased in the main office between 9:00 and 2:00 everyday (we are not taking email reservations). $8 students/seniors, $12 adults. Please pay by check if possible. Get your tickets early to secure the best seats.
The Hypertherm Technical Training Institute (HTTI) is excited to announce its 3rd year offering the Hypertherm Summer Institute a program for high school students age 16 and older (including graduating high school seniors) who are interested in exploring a career in advanced manufacturing. Hypertherm will be hiring up to 10 high school students this session. Interested students should complete the online application at www.vthitec.org.
A few program highlights:
DHMC paid job training:
The section of Ophthalmology within the Department of Surgery at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center currently has open positions for our next round of Ophthalmic Technician training. This program provides paid on-the-job training as an Ophthalmic Technician with a clear career ladder that goes all the way to Certified Ophthalmic Medical Technician. We are looking for 5 or 6 highly functional students who are interested in working in a fast-paced environment within the medical field. Here is the link to the job description. Poster and OA Training Program
LAST CHANCE! YEARBOOK!
All yearbook orders must be placed by April 30th! Order online by going to http://hanoverhigh.picaboo.com/ . 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
PARENT ADS! The absolutely final date for parent ads in Friday April 14th. All parent ad proofs have been mailed. If you believe you submitted an ad but have not heard from Jessica Eakin and/or received a proof--contact her right away! email@example.com
In this guide, we go over the cost of college and the associated steps to pay for it. There are 6 steps in total, including The Cost of College, The Steps to Paying for College, Financial Aid, Scholarships & Grants, College Savings Accounts, and Student Loans.
We're excited to bring Pathways- a STEM (Science Technology, Engineering, and Math) and Healthcare Exposure Series to Hanover High School. If you have ever considered pursuing a career STEM or Healthcare, want to hear from Dartmouth students about pursuing science in college, or just want to learn more about high school research and volunteer opportunities, please stop by a Pathways Panel held every Tuesday during activity period. Look forward to seeing you there!
What: Healthcare and STEM Career Exposure Series (panelist presentations and one-on-one mentorship opportunities)
When: Tuesdays Activity Period (10:45-11:15AM)
Where: Room 227
Who: Dartmouth graduate students, field experts, and Dartmouth undergraduates
4/25: STEM in High School & College
5/2: Medicine & Medical Care
5/16: Engineering & Tech
5/23: Sports Medicine
5/30: Public Health
6/6: Global Health
See Mr. Hermanson in the SRC for more information or firstname.lastname@example.org
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