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Health Services Update 3/5/21 »

We are pleased to report that our community COVID-19 cases continue to decline steadily.

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Special Birthday Word Search »

Fun Fact: TODAY, our Superintendent, Mr. Ferron, has a very special birthday! Can you guess how many years young Mr....

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Important Transportation Update 2/12/21 »

On February 11, 2021, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education updated their guidelines after a review by...

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Important Information Regarding Pooled Testing 2/11/21 »

We are moving forward with our pooled testing program.  This important message is intended to ask for your support and...




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READ2700 Literacy Initiative

The Hanover School system aspires to exceed our current instructional capacity, and strengthen our inclusive culture of literacy, to deliver research based, impactful, effectively aligned, comprehensive literacy skills and strategies for students of all abilities; pre-kindergarten through graduation. To support this work, we will implement teacher centered training to raise the instructional capacity of HPS staff. This increased capacity, in turn, will support the development of exceptional readers, writers, and thinkers by incorporating the essential components of a comprehensive literacy program: phonics, phonemic awareness, comprehension, vocabulary, fluency, and writing.

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The Hanover High School Summer Reading lists contain suggested titles, meant to be read in addition to your required text. We encourage you to read as much as you can about your favorite topics.

Hanover Middle School

The goal of Hanover Middle School Summer Learning is to encourage and promote all students and families to find the time to sit back and enjoy a few hours a week of reading and math this summer. Similar to previous years, students have the ability to make choices, to read at an ability level that is appropriate for them, and most importantly, to enjoy their reading.

Elementary Schools

Just as exercise helps keep muscles in shape, practicing math and reading skills helps keep brains in shape. Our Elementary Summer Learning provides you with  reading and math resources that students can use at home to strengthen knowledge and critical thinking skills.