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Weekly Announcements

HHS Principal's Weekly, June 7, 2024

Important Dates

Monday June 3rd - Friday June 7th–Senior Exams
Wednesday June 5th– Awards for 9th-11th Grades
June 10th-14th–9th-11th Grade Exams– Exam Schedule is here!
Wednesday June 12th- HHS Survey Results Parent Meeting 5:00-6:30pm
Thursday June 13th– Graduation Rehearsal 
Thursday June 13th– Senior Class Night HHS Gym 6:00
Live Stream Link!
Friday June 14th– Graduation 6:00 HHS Turf Field
Live Stream Link!
Friday June 14th–Last Day of School for Students

From Administration

What happens to Lost and Found items once they are collected and have been sitting in the school for a month?  Items are taken to the home of the Lost and Found Parent Volunteer.  All items are cleaned and sorted.  Torn, stained, or otherwise damaged items are either recycled (via textile recycling groups or local transfer stations) or disposed of if they are beyond use.  Items that are still usable are distributed as follows:

Adult clothing and shoes:  given to the Clothes Closet for Homeless Veterans at the WRJ VA
Smaller sized clothing and shoes:  offered to DCYF and HCRS.  If not needed, donated to Listen
Water bottles:  given to local elementary school nurses for children who cannot afford or do not have access to reusable water bottles
Towels in good shape:  given to the Haven Community Shower program
Towels that have seen better days:  given to the Upper Valley Humane Society
Backpacks, lunch bags, sports bag:  offered first DCYF, HCRS, and the Haven.  If not needed, donated to Listen
Random items:  donated to Listen

This system keeps unclaimed items out of the landfill and places them directly with organizations who will share with individuals in need.  Items are provided free of charge to individuals via DCYF, HCRS, Haven, and the VA.  Items donated to Listen are sold at a nominal price and the profit of the sale goes back into the community to subsidize winter heating, summer camps,  healthcare, and food security programs for vulnerable populations in our community. 

All items will go to these places if not claimed in the lost and found by 6/14!


School News and Information

Counseling Department Updates

Congratulations to all our students on completing their last day of classes today! We wish our 9th-11th grade students well in next week’s exams. Senior families, we look forward to celebrating your students at graduation next Friday! 

Returning students’ schedules for the 24-25 school year will be viewable in PowerSchool on August 1. Counselors are available intermittently throughout the summer. Check your school counselor’s Calendly if you would like to meet with them.

HHS Survey Results Parent Meeting

Do you have an opinion about Hanover High School future plans, March Intensive, and athletic fees, among several other topics? Do you want to hear what others think about these issues? Please join Superintendent Jay Badams, Principal Julie Stevenson and Hanover School Board Chair Ben Keeney for an interactive session as they present the specific Hanover High School findings from the 2022 Strategic Planning and 2023 Comprehensive Family Cost surveys. 

For these combined surveys, we heard from over 1,000 parents across the SAU who provided over 6,000 free-text answers; we are excited to share your collective thoughts on various aspects of the HHS and SAU 70.

The meeting will be held from 5:00-6:30pm on Wednesday, June 12th, 2024 in the HHS library. 

This Zoom link can be used for those unable to attend in person.

BeSmart- Firearm Storage

Recently, the Dresden and Norwich School Boards passed the Secure Firearms Storage Resolution.  As part of that resolution, we are committed to promoting best practices in firearm storage.  Here is a PDF from BeSmart about this topic.  

HHS Theater News

Playbill for Proof

Come see David Auburn's contemporary drama, Proof, winner of both a Pulitzer Prize and a Tony Award, directed by Hanover HS seniors Paul Ashton and Eli Hoffer! Set in Chicago near the turn of the century, this brilliantly written play is a nuanced exploration of themes of betrayal, trust, sexism, and (in)dependence.  The play follows Catherine's relationship with her family before and after the death of her mathematical genius father. Produced by Students on Stage. Cast: Elizabeth Chambers, Kai Adams, Martin Mosdal, Devidan Belisle.


June 7th at 7pm & June 8th at 2pm, Hanover HS Auditorium. 

Tickets at or at the door.


HHS Art and Literacy Yearbook

Order our HHS Art and Literary yearbook Pen of Iron 23-24 at this link.  Books will be mailed to your home address. The Pen of Iron has been a tradition for over 70 years, providing students a forum to publish their poems, creative essays, fiction stories, photos, and art work.  Send submissions for next year’s book to

Congratulations to all who were selected for publication this year!