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District News


  • Tuesday (May 17th) Master Planning Meeting at Administrative Building and Special Board Meeting
  • Wednesday (May 18th) Board Meeting and HIVY League Dinner and Movie
  • Thursday (May 19th) PHE Pre-Registration and Spring Concert
  • Friday (May 20th) Pre-K Graduation

Next week…JSHS Athletic Awards, 5th Grade Graduation, 8th Grade Continuation, 5th Grade Formal, and Senior High Graduation. All events are found on our calendars too!


The Hanover School District held three Master Planning Committee Meetings that were open to the public and attendance was strongly encouraged.
If you were unavailable to attend the meetings, please click here for more information regarding the plan. Our page will be updated regularly.


Hanover School District’s presentation will be available for viewing on Thursday, May 19th between 9am – 10:45am via YouTube (link corrected). The announcement for school districts awarded the Best Grant will be on Friday, May 20th.

Stay tuned for information regarding award status!


Where learners become leaders
and leaders become teachers

7930 Indian Village Heights
Fountain, CO 80817
(719) 382-1260 
Office Hours:

17050 S. Peyton Hwy
Colorado Springs, CO 80928
(719) 683-2247 x ext. 112
Office Hours:
Tuesday-Friday 7:45am-4:15pm

17050 S. Peyton Hwy
Colorado Springs, CO 80928
(719) 683-2247 x ext. 112 – Office
Office Hours:
Tuesday-Friday 7:45am-4:15pm

Why Choose Hanover?

VISION Statement

Hanover School District provides dynamic, relevant educational and creative opportunities and experiences for all students and fosters a close-knit culture where all students succeed, families are welcome, and the community is engaged.

MISSION Statement

The mission of Hanover School District is to foster a safe school environment that promotes positive relationships, individualism and collaboration, caring and  acceptance, respect and responsibility, sensitivity and honesty, while developing the academic skills and character that will serve students throughout their lives.


We will …

      • embrace a growth mindset to help create a successful learning environment.
      • engage in positive behavior support to increase accountability.
      • demonstrate respect and encourage acceptance of all to create a safe environment. 
      • value every child as they are worthy of a good education.
      • provide greater athletic and creative opportunities that are conducive to higher academic achievement.
      • continue to be flexible in order to provide opportunity for growth.
      • optimize class sizes for social and academic success.
      • create an approachable environment gained through casual, yet professional demeanor where strong relationships are built.
      • provide high quality education utilizing a four day week.
      • maintain a caring staff willing to help students succeed.

Hanover School District 28 is part of the S-CAP Initiative

The Student-Centered Accountability Program seeks to promote and implement an accountability system that is timely, meaningful, considers the whole child and engages community stakeholders in a continuous cycle of improvement and innovation supported by a network of peers.

What is Student-Centered Accountability (S-CAP)?

The Student-Centered Accountability Program (S-CAP) is a system of accountability proposed and designed by a group of Colorado rural school districts. At the heart of Student-Centered Accountability is a focus on the success of well-rounded students using a system for continuous improvement.

Letter Jacket Coupon!

Parents, Teachers & Friends…. AFW Back to School Event through August. Chance to win $500 Gift Card! Purchases ANYTIME of the year count, BUT who can help us Rally through the end of August to help our school?  Please share with/forward to friends and family.

Hanover School District #28 has engaged in a continuous improvement process. The process utilizes the Baldrige Excellence Framework within the federal government’s Baldrige Performance Excellence Program: Malcom Baldrige National Quality Award. Only nine schools districts in the United States have received this prestigious award.

The Baldrige Criteria are a valuable framework for measuring performance and planning in an uncertain environment. The Criteria help education organizations achieve and sustain the highest national levels of

    • student learning outcomes
    • customer satisfaction and engagement
    • product and service outcomes, and process efficiency
    • workforce satisfaction and engagement
    • budgetary, financial, and market results
    • social responsibility

Hanover’s effort to earn the recognition is more focused on the continuous improvement opportunities the process provides. The many district processes and details will be identified, refined and implemented. Engaging on this journey began in the Fall of 2017. It is expected to be a multi-year effort.