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Weekly Announcements

Hello All,

Here is the school schedule for next week. Hang on everyone!!!

6/6 and 6/7 Monday, Tuesday: Senior Exams happen in class

6/7 Tuesday: Final Senior Advisory meetings (at lunch)

6/7 Tuesday: Senior Class Night 6pm-8pm (All Seniors must attend with caps and gowns on)

6/8 Wednesday: Graduation Rehearsal and Senior Trip

6/8 Wednesday: Undergraduate Awards (special schedule)

6/9 Thursday:  Senior Class Trip 

6/10 Friday: Graduation 

Seniors and their parents got the following note today from Liz Murray. Please read it here!

Have a great weekend!

Julie Stevenson

Parent Survey 2022

Please fill out this survey by June 16, 2022. The survey is here!

Math Team!

The HHS Math Team recently held its end of year celebration and recognized members for their contributions. Top scorers from this year’s New England Math League competitions were: Amara Fuchs, Spencer May, Sayan Bhattacharya, Krrish Mishra, and Marko Baran.  Also, Spencer May and Mollee Ye scored well enough on the American Mathematical Contest to be invited to take the American Invitational Math Exam. In addition, all 13 Math Team students who took the Kangaroo Contest this year scored within the top 10 in the state for their respective grade. Kudos to our students for their engagement, participation and accomplishments!

Athletic Update

Athletics Update - It's a busy championship season for Hanover Athletics.  We still have teams competing for championships (girls lacrosse - semifinals on June 4 and baseball - quarterfinals on June 4).  Below are some of the championship highlights so far this spring.  

BOYS TENNIS - NHIAA D1 State Champions - Captured the state title on June 2 defeating Bedford (who has won the last 8 state titles) and finished the season undefeated at 17-0.  

Several players on both the girls and boys team will compete in the State Tennis Individual Tournament starting this weekend.  Those competing include Eleanor van Aalst, Rachel Rockmore, Mackenzie Liu, Noura St. Hilaire, Evan Yang, Alex  Rockmore, Kevin Pillsbury, and Sam Ames.  

UNIFIED TRACK AND FIELD - NHIAA State Championship held on May 31.  Those competing included Jaleal Smit, Henry Richardson, Elliot Havrda, and Evan Meyers.   Congrats on a great season!

OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD - NHIAA D2 State Championship held on May 29 had some amazing individual performances including the following…

Pierce Seigne, who is the undisputed king of distance racing in D2, won both the 1600m and the 800m, with a new PR in the mile and just a few tenths off a PR in the 800.

Dominated the high jump in the championship with Emma Kleber winning girls HJ, and Ian Solberg winning boys HJ, while tying his own school record.  

Mack Levy completed a 1-2 day for HHS in the 800 with a PR, holding off two runners in the final stretch to finish the sweep. 

Mia Bagnato gave it her all in the 400m, and was rewarded with a 3rd place finish and a new PR two seconds faster than her previous one. 

Many of our track and field athletes will compete at the Meet of Champions on June 4.  

CREW - Six Hanover boats qualified for the New England Interscholastic Rowing Association Regatta held on May 28. Six was the maximum number that could qualify. This is a huge accomplishment in its own right.

Boys 1st boat finished 6th in New England. Boys 2nd boat finished 5th in New England. Boys 3rd boat came in 8th.

On the girls side, all three girls boats medaled. Girls 1st boat finished 2nd in New England. Girls 2nd and 3rd boat finished 3rd in New England.

Girls 1st and 2nd boat got a bid to Youth Nationals in Sarasota, Florida and have decided not to row with the alligators this year!

Battle of the Bands

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The public voting period to determine the People's Choice Awards goes from 6/1 at 7PM through Saturday 6/4 at midnight.

And under the Garage Band students vote for Phizzy Milk–Slither with HHS Students Una DiGeorge, Owen Kitchel, and Tessa Cullen!!

Garden Club!

The Hanover High School Garden Club is looking for a summer garden intern to manage the school vegetable and pollinator gardens. This includes weeding, planting, and harvesting vegetables as well as planting and managing a native species garden. The pay is $12/hour and is about 2 hours per week during the summer. If interested, please email Jeannie Kornfeld

Council Update

We had our last Council meeting of the year on Wednesday! We had a short meeting with only one motion on the agenda, the Student Life Committee Bylaw Revision - 2021-2022. This bylaw revision passed unanimously after a very short continuation of the debate from our last meeting. As this motion passed, Student Life will now be responsible for maintaining a Council chalkboard, which will be a great place for students to share their thoughts and feedback with Council. Student Life will also be required to meet with the Caf staff quarterly to discuss student-caf feedback.

The full agenda and minutes of Wednesday’s meeting can be found here. Council is finished meeting for the year but will continue to meet next year from 11 to 11:50 am every Wednesday.

Council wishes everyone a restful and enjoyable summer!

Anna Healey (Council Secretary)


We will be sending you updates all summer about upcoming community service events.  Checking your email weekly, following our Instagram page and checking our google calendar are good ways to know what is happening. We will be adding more events to this June calendar, but here is what is coming up (most pressingly helping the Habitat for Humanity with clean up at the Covered Bridge Half Marathon this weekend.  Often families will sign up to do events together, we love that!

Thank you senior parents, you have signed up to bring a terrific breakfast to our deserving seniors. We have a few more spots, if you would like to sign up.