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Weekly Announcements

HHS Principal's Weekly, January 26, 2024

From the Principal

Hello All,

The Pep Rally has been moved to the Activity Period on February 5th. More details will be provided by the Student Activities Committee.

In light of the snow/ice day, the schedule next week will be adjusted. See below:

 

Monday (All)

Tuesday(Odd)

1

8:00 - 8:40

1

8:00 - 9:25

2

8:45 - 9:25

3

9:30 - 10:10

3

9:35 - 11:00

4

10:15 - 10:55

Advisory Lunch (12)

11:00-11:50

Lunch (10)

11:10 - 11:50

5

11:55 - 12:35

5

12:00 - 1:25

6

12:40 - 1:20

7

1:25 - 2:05

7

1:35 - 3:00

Study Flex/Office Hours (8)

2:20- 3:00

 

School News and Information

Student Art On Exhibit at AVA Gallery from Jan 19-Feb 10

The following students will have work featured in the AVA Gallery Annual High School Art Exhibition:

Jewelry:  Lucia Gomez, Nina Hescock
Digital: Gabe Mucha 
Photography: Spiros Markwood 
Mixed media:  Charlotte Stone, Claire Kull
Printmaking:  Selah Cheng
Drawing:  Josie Dennis 
Painting: Atlas Warren-Lutes

https://avagallery.org/event/high-school-exhibition/


Save the date: Feb. 1,2,3 @ 7pm, Hanover HS Auditorium

 

HHS Footlighters Theatre Program Presents a North American premiere of a modern Ukrainian play by Nina Zakhozhenko "I'm Fine" with original music by Tommy Crawford.  Directed by Amanda Rafuse. Student band live on stage!

Sara Garr

Dasha

Quinn Trombley

Liza

Matt Della Croce

Sasha

Liam Kelly-Thompson

Mike

Catherine Anderson

Chorus /US Dasha

Izzy Doubleday

Chorus/US Liza

Gabriel Huyck

Chorus/US Sasha

Ray Menkov

Chorus /US Mike

Tickets available to the general public at footlighters.ludus.com


Yearbook

Yearbook orders are open! Go to https://store.shopyearbook.com/HanoverHigh 

Just for Seniors:

Seniors get a few special sections in the yearbook including a 3rd of a page senior section, the ability to submit an alternative portrait, and to choose a senior prediction. All of these items are supposed to be completed by students. A senior class meeting will be held in November where students will learn about all of these items. 

Senior Due Dates:

Learn more about senior yearbook items

 

Senior Section:

February 1, 2024

Senior Prediction:

1 week after email is sent out

Senior Portrait:

April 15, 2024

 

Just for Senior Parents:

Senior parents have the option of creating a parent ad in the yearbook. Parent ads go at the end of the yearbook and are a message you send to your child or to the class of 2024. Go to Picaboo to purchase and design your parent ad or learn about purchasing and designing your ad. Parent Ads are due April 15, 2024  and cannot be accepted after that date.

Questions? Email Jessica Eakin.


Counseling Department Updates

Welcome to semester 2! Students are settling into their new schedules. Students should reach out to their counselors if they would like to make changes. The deadline to drop a second semester course is Friday, February 16. 

11th Grade Kickoff to College Night: Monday, January 29th 6 PM on Zoom: Join us on Zoom for a panel discussion about the college application process. HHS counselors and admissions officers from Colby-Sawyer, UNH and Dartmouth will share essential information and answer your questions. We will email the Zoom link to senior families on Monday morning. This program will not be recorded, so please try to attend live!

Sophomore Meeting season is here! Sophomore meetings are an opportunity for 10th graders and their families to meet with their 10-12 school counselors to get to know one another better, reflect on their high school experiences thus far, and begin planning for 11th & 12th grade and beyond. Please respond to your school counselors’ email reach-outs and schedule your family’s sophomore meeting!
 

Seniors & Families Only: Futuring Planning To-Dos
 

Apply for Scholarships and Awards to fund your future plans. 

This Scholarship & Award Opportunities list will be updated weekly throughout the spring semester. Seniors also have access to this document on their class Schoology page. Check it often! In addition, we have hard copies of financial aid and scholarship resources are available to students in the Counseling Office. Students can stop by to browse the selection!

Complete the FAFSA.

The new Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is now open. The FAFSA is an application for aid money to help pay for college, and the 24-25 form can be found at studentaid.gov. Here again is the information about the FAFSA that was emailed to you earlier this week. 

Help is available to complete the FAFSA!

New Hampshire families: Granite Edvance (formally known NHHEAF) is hosting FAFSA Financial Aid filing events at River Valley Community College. Students and families are invited to register for individual in-person assistance and support. Here is the link to register.

Vermont families: VSAC offers individual appointments in person and over Zoom for both creating your FSA ID and completing the FAFSA. Here is the link to schedule an appointment.

Vermont families: The VSAC scholarship application is due February 14th! The  VSAC Scholarship booklet describes many scholarships available to Vermonters, and the application can be started here. We also have hardcopies of these in the Counseling Department. We urge you to carefully review this resource for scholarship opportunities!

Keep SCOIR Updated

Please keep the “My College” section current! Ensure that colleges are correctly sorted into “applying” or “applied. This is how I continued to know where to send things like your transcript, quarter 1 grades, recommendation letters, list of senior year courses etc…

Keep Submitting your Applications

Monitor your application deadlines and submit your apps on time! Let me know if you have any questions about your specific applications.

Send Official Test Scores Through CollegeBoard or ACT (if applicable)

Next on the list is sending your official test scores(SAT, ACT,AP) through the College Board or ACT. If you have chosen to apply anywhere where you are submitting test scores, you will need to send official results from CollegeBoard or ACT directly to a given college. This can be done electronically through the links above.  

Monitor Each Individual College Application Portal

Every college you apply to will provide you with a login to set up an applicant portal after you apply. Create that applicant portal! This is how you will receive updates from your schools (including admissions decisions!) and schools may also request additional information. Please let me know if any documents are appearing in your portals as missing.