Hanover Junior-Senior 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.
The Hanover Buzz is our district’s monthly newsletter to update our community about district happenings.
Golden Apple Recipients – The staff of Hanover School District is focused on working diligently and efficiently every day. It is important for the district to recognize those individuals on a monthly basis. The Golden Apple Award is given to an individual staff member who has exemplified the mission of our district. Each month a staff member from Prairie Heights, a staff member from Hanover Jr/Sr High School, and a staff member from Maintenance/ Transportation/ Nutrition Services is recognized. The current Golden Apple recipients are found here.
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: State of the District for the 2015-2016 School Year
EXPLANATION: Mill Levy Over-ride 15-16
EXPLANATION: Finances and Budgeting
EXPLANATION: Move Into Old School Building
DON’T MISS THESE DATES:
April 10-April 28 – District Wide CMAS Testing
April 26 – DAC Meeting @ PHE 6:00 PM
May 19 – 5th grade visit to Hanover Jr/Sr High School – 9:00 AM
May 26 – Hanover School District Last Day of School – Dismissal 12:30 PM
May 27 – Hanover Graduation @ Hanover Jr/Sr – 1:00 PM
EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR HANOVER SCHOOL DISTRICT:
SPED Teacher – Hanover School District is looking for a Special Education Teacher for Hanover School District. If you are interested, please click here.
Music and Drama Teacher – Hanover School District is looking for a Music and Drama Teacher for Hanover Jr/Sr High School. If you are interested, please click here.
HS Assistant Track Coach – Hanover School District is looking for a High School Assistant Track Coach for Hanover Jr/Sr High School. If you are interested, please click here.
Transportation Coordinator – Hanover School District is looking for a full-time Transportation Coordinator. If you are interested, please click here.
CDL Bus Drivers and Small Vehicle Drivers – Hanover Jr/Sr High School is looking for CDL Bus Drivers as well as Small Vehicle Drivers. If you are interested in this position, please click here.
Substitutes for all areas – We are looking for good, reliable subs for all areas in the school district. If you are interested in substitute teaching, please click here. All other areas, please click here.
MIC3 – Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission Guide for parents, school officials and public administrators. Click here for the MIC3 Digital Guide.
New Immunization Requirements for this year: