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Hello All,

Please remember that there is a change in schedule this week due to Spring Carnival. Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday are regular schedules. Wednesday 5/11 is an adjusted “D” day schedule. On Friday, we will be celebrating together. Here is the link to the Schedule for the week. 

Happy Mother’s Day!

Julie Stevenson



Mascot Committee Update

This past Thursday, the design election concluded! Thank you to everyone who voted and helped us throughout this long but rewarding process. Hanover High School’s new mascot design will be unveiled on Wednesday during the Council meeting (as always, all vaccinated community members are welcome to attend). The design will be adapted by HHS art teacher and graphic designer Kara Waters in order to produce a usable image for our clubs, teams, and school moving forward.

Throughout this process, we continue to value the feedback of all students, staff, and community members. As always, we encourage all to reach out with any questions, comments, or concerns by emailing the committee or by filling out this form.





Frances C. Richmond Middle School, 63 Lyme Road Hanover, NH 03755
July 11-15, 2022
Monday-Friday 9:00AM-4:00PM

Through exploration of the U.N. Global Goals for Sustainable Development, including ending poverty, fighting inequality, and tackling climate change, Future Genius STEM programs provide middle school students with a well-rounded education like no other—summer experiences designed to boost academic achievement, foster social and emotional well-being, and kickstart civic engagement in 21st century sustainability. With a focus on personal development, Future Genius builds confidence and initiates exciting ideas for making a difference. No experience is required. For more information, visit

This is a 1 week job opportunity to teach:

LAUNCH PAD (Business & Innovation)

Conceptualize an eco-friendly product or service. Create a development team. Formulate a business plan. With Launch Pad, students pitch business ideas to a mock panel of seed investors to bring innovative concepts to life. Launch Pad explores the best business practices of today to encourage energetic and friendly entrepreneurship within our youth, so they may build our future!

All instructional resources (curriculum, demos etc.) will be made available online along with scheduled webinars starting in May. Don’t worry if you lack experience. We will train you!

Here are the job listings:

Lead Instructor (LAUNCH PAD)

A dedicated educator, passionate about sustainability and responsible business. Will lead in demonstration and guidance of camp curriculum, including basic entrepreneurial learning, leadership training, team-building, and other problem-solving activities. Will manage 2 person staff and act as main contact during camp hours. Baseline proficiency in Google Apps required by the start of the session. Salary: $1200 per week


Junior Instructor - High School Level

A motivated student, at least 15 years of age, passionate about the Global Goals, and how technology can create positive change in the world. Candidate must be an excellent communicator and comfortable mentoring 10-14 year olds. We're looking for a fun individual who has a rich imagination and charisma. Baseline proficiency in Google Apps required by the start of the session. Salary: $450 per week

CONTACT Thomas Bacon at for more information.


Red Cross Blood Drive

Please consider joining our lifesaving mission and schedule an appointment today!
Students always bring yummy snacks for donors!
Drive Details:
Site: Hanover High School
Room Name: Gymnasium
Date: Wed May 11, 2022
Time: 8:30AM - 1:30PM
The need for blood is constant and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need for patients in our community. Nationwide, someone needs a unit of blood every 2 to 3 seconds and most of us will need blood in our lifetime.

Tutoring - there’s still time! 

Student Tutoring Program 

Is your student interested in tutoring fellow students at HHS or RMS? Would your student benefit from some peer tutoring? Please contact me if you would like more information.

Thank you,

Teal Parker
SAU 70 Volunteer Coordinator


Tickets to The Theory of Relativity are on sale now at Advance sales will be for reserved seating. Tickets will also be available at the door for general admission. 

Friday, May 6 and Saturday, May 7 at 7 PM in the Auditorium.

Adults $12, Students/Seniors $8. 

This 80 minute show is a lyrical look at the lives of young people and how we impact one another whether we realize it or not.

(Some mature content - feel free to inquire at

We hope to see you there!


Are you interested in pursuing college-level theatre? Would you like to deepen your theatrical learning, develop your audition skills, and get mentoring through the college application process? Boot Camp at Northern Stage may be for you! Come to the Auditorium on Thursday, May 12 at 11:10 AM to meet Northern Stage’s Director of Education Eric Love and Education Manager/Director of YES Jackie Pageau. They will explain the Boot Camp process and are available to answer any questions you may have. The information session will last around 20 minutes. 

Council Report

We’re approaching our final few Council meetings of the year! Next week, Council will hold Leadership nominations next week, so you’ll be reading reports from a different Secretary in a few weeks!

This week, Council discussed the Student Life Committee Bylaw Revision, the Examining Equity Committee Creation Bylaw Revision, and Change in Representation Statement Bylaw Revision

The Student Life Committee Bylaw Revision introduced new language to update the Bylaws and strike through content that is no longer relevant to the committee’s intent, but the motion itself will be debated and discussed at a later date.

The Examining Equity Committee Creation Bylaw Revision introduced changes to the organization of planning MLK Day every year. Vidushi Sharma (‘23) and Josh Stearns (‘24) sought to form a committee of dedicated members with diverse views needed to be created in order for there to be an impactful, cohesive Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration. They also wanted to give this committee the ability to plan other equity-related events so that members of HHS are consistently provided opportunities to better themselves and their communities. After much deliberation and many questions, the motion passed. Throughout the discussion, an emphasis was placed on the importance of allowing the committee to organize other events of cultural and religious significance (including a potential Holocaust Remembrance Day). 

Finally, the Change in Representation Statement Bylaw Revision was brought by Vidushi Sharma (‘23). When Council members are typically replaced, elections are run to replace the member. However, no public acknowledgement (outside of a Council meeting) is typically given to this replacement. This motion would bring a change to current practice … if a Council officer is removed, the Public Relations Officer would release a statement on Schoology or another school-sponsored platform (such as The Broadside) announcing the change in representation, but the statement would not mention the reason for the removal of the Council officer. This motion was brought as a way to ensure that the school community is aware of who their representatives are. Additionally, it was stated that Council cannot be a truly representative and democratic body if it replaces representatives without releasing a formal statement. Although this motion is still in debate, more than a few members were opposed to this idea, stating that they recognize the intent of this motion, but worry that bullying might happen as a result.

Read more in the Council minutes (published before Sunday at 9am).

Please submit questions, comments, and feedback about Council or this summary through an anonymous survey. We meet from 11 to 11:50 am every Wednesday in the HHS Auditorium (vaccinated community members are encouraged to attend … this is still the policy). If you’d like to learn more about Council, explore our website.

Saia Patel (Council Secretary)

Youth in Action  

Day in Action was a huge success. On Wednesday, over 50 students ventured out in the rain to do spring chores for local families. We heard again and again how wonderful and hard working these students were.  Thank you leadership team for organizing this. 

More volunteer fun ahead sign up to help out the Red Cross Blood Drive, invasive species removal with Hanover Conservancy, Dimas House clean up, and our fun monthly dinner at the Listen Center.

Health Office Notes

We are pleased to announce that we will be offering an in-person HeartSaver CPR / AED course on Tuesday, June 7th from 3:30 - 5:30 PM.  This will be limited  to 8 people, so that each individual will have their own manikin to practice their skills. The class will be offered for free, and the E-Card will cost $5.  If you are interested, please contact Kathryn Bonyai, RN at  

Teachers that need to get re-certified in HeartSaver CPR/AED, have the option of taking the Blended Learning Course which allows the majority of the instruction to take place on-line and then demonstrate skills with one of the nursing staff.  The cost of the on-line course is  $15.  Here is the link to the on-line course.  Once you complete the course, contact the Health Office to schedule a Skills Session.  E-Cards will cost an additional $5.