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DON’T MISS THESE DATES

 

VIEW DISTRICT INTERACTIVE CALENDAR HERE

 2018-2019 Academic Calendar

Parent-Student Handbook 2018-19

 

DEAREST HANOVER FAMILIES

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September 19 — Board Meeting (PHE) @ 6:30pm  PACKET   AGENDA

September 25 — Parent Teacher Meeting (PHE) @6-7pm in the gym

September 25-18  Homecoming Week

 

Current District Newsletter

 

Hanover School District Career Opportunities  click here

Hanover is seeking classroom substitute teachers. If you are interested in being considered as a substitute review the information at the Colorado Department of Education website HERE

Hanover pays substitute teachers $115 per day, provide free breakfast and free lunch. Once you substitute for the district the fifth time you will be reimbursed for your substitute license fee ($60).

QUESTIONS? 

Contact Cindy Hinojos, Director of Human Resources = 719-382-1260 ext 412

 

 

18-19 Approved Preliminary Budget          

18-19 Approved Preliminary Budget — Fund 10 by Line Item

 

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Up To $0.6M  FOR HANOVER SCHOOL DISTRICT !!

There is an effort right now to put an initiative on the November ballot (Initiative 73) to increase school district funding in the state by a total of $1.6 Billion. The funding relies on an adjusted gross income tax by the state for tax filings greater than $150,000. For the residents in our district the vast majority will not be taxed. Should this initiative pass Hanover School District will not need to ask the voters for a mill levy override. The Board of Education and Superintendent encourage every voter within our district to vote yes should this initiative get on the November ballot. The weblink to the organization leading this effort is http://www.greatschoolsthrivingcommunities.org

 

For more information click on the link below.

       Ballot Initiative Quick Facts               What Our District Will Receive

 

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Your Board of Education and Superintendent

Current Board of EducationTag Allen, Randy Underwood, Dwight Smith,

Danielle Combs, Ed Sweazy, Dr. Grant Schmidt

Meet Your Board of Education Here

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SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING

Second Step   Committee for Children   click here

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CURRENT NEWS

Archived News and Articles Found Here

 

SUPERINTENDENT TESTIFIED AT CAPITOL

Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Grant Schmidt, testified before the Colorado House Education Committee on Monday, April 16th in favor of the proposed 2018-19 School Finance Bill. The bill requests an increase in funding to school district between $222-450 per student, provides $30M to be allocated to rural school districts (approximately $89,700 for Hanover School District), a permanent buy down of $150M on the current $850M budget stabilization factor (approximately $60,000 for Hanover School District), and a reduction in state reporting requirements for rural school districts. Thank you to Rep. Paul Lundeen for recognizing Dr. Schmidt and Hanover School District’s needs before the committee during testimony.

 

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SCHOOLS & DISTRICT MAINTAIN STATE RATING

Each school year the Colorado Department of Education essentially grades all schools and districts using a Performance Framework. For the second year in a row both Prairie Heights ES and Hanover Jr/Sr HS maintained their rating. LINK CONGRATULATIONS!

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HANOVER 6-12 ONLINE ACADEMY

Now accepting applications for the second semester of the 2017-2018 school year. Click here 

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HANOVER JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL EARNS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD

Each year, the Colorado Department of Education recognizes public schools  as Centers of Excellence in the state that enroll a student population of which at least 75 percent are at-risk pupils and that demonstrate the highest rates of student longitudinal growth, as measured by the Colorado Growth Model. On the school performance framework that is used by the state to evaluate schools, these schools have demonstrated impressive results on the indicator relating to longitudinal academic growth. This award program was established in 2009 by the Education Accountability Act of 2009. Award recipients were named at a ceremony on March 1st in Denver. Only nine school districts had a school receive this prestigious award, including Hanover Junior-Senior High School in the Hanover School District. Principal, Danielle Van Esselstine, and Superintendent, Dr. Grant Schmidt, accepted the award from State Board of Education members and the Commissioner for the Colorado Department of Education.

 

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION & DOCUMENTS

Hanover School District 28 Strategic Plan

During the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years community members, district staff and students have been developing a 5-year strategic plan.

Click here to view plan.

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Hanover School District 28 Communications Plan

The past year community members, district staff and students have been developing a communications plan.

Click here to view plan.

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Hanover Buzz

The Hanover Buzz is our district’s monthly newsletter to update our community about district happenings.

CURRENT ISSUE and PAST ISSUES

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Communication Videos

The superintendent and staff post videos from time to time to communicate with staff and the community on a wide variety of topics. The most current videos are linked below.

EXPLANATION: How to Read Monthly Financial Statements
EXPLANATION: Finances and Budgeting

To view all videos click here

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Unified Improvement Plans & Performance Frameworks

Hanover School District, Prairie Heights ES and Hanover JSHS

 

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Immunization Requirements for 2018-19

Colorado law requires students who attend a public, private or parochial kindergarten through 12th grade school to be vaccinated against many of the diseases vaccines can prevent, unless a medical or non-medical exemption is filed.

 

For full information about requirements, recommendations and exemptions due to medical or non-medical reasons, please visit Colorado Department of Health and Environment’s Immunization page.

 

Mumps Alert Letter

Facts About Mumps

Immunization Information for K-12th Grade – Spanish

Immunization Information for K-12th Grade – English

Immunization Information for Pre-K – Spanish

Immunization Information for Pre-K – English

Hanover School Wellness Policy

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MIC3 – Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission Guide for parents, school officials and public administrators.                              

 Click here for the MIC3 Digital Guide.

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Performance Evaluation of Teachers and Administrators information can be found through the Colorado Department of Education at this web link: https://www.cde.state.co.us/educatoreffectiveness/randa 

 

Supplies Lists 2018-2019 School Year

Prairie Heights Elementary Student Supply List

Hanover School Supplies