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Weekly Announcements

Hello HHS Community,
 
It has been a wonderful week. The energy in the building has been energizing. I am impressed by our student body and am confident in the staff who are leading them. Please take note of the four-day week schedule and the picture day schedule. 
 
Have a great three day weekend!
 
Julie Stevenson
 

 

Four Day Week Schedule- This is for the Week of Sept.6-9

 

Monday

A

Tuesday

A

Wednesday

Mod. B

Thursday

D

Friday

E

Holiday

1

8:00 - 8:40

1-2 A

8:00-9:25

1

8:00 - 8:40

1-2B

8:00 - 9:25

1

8:00 - 8:40

1-2D

8:00-9:25

1

8:00 - 8:40

1-2E

8:00-9:25

2

8:45 - 9:25

2

8:45 - 9:25

2

8:45 - 9:25

2

8:45 - 9:25

3

9:35 - 10:15

3-4A

9:35-11:00

3

9:30 - 10:10

3-4B

9:30 - 10:55

3

9:35 - 10:15

3-4D

9:35-11:00

3

9:35 -10:15

3-4E

9:35-11:00

4

10:20 - 11:00

4

10:15 - 10:55

4

10:20 - 11:00

4

10:20 - 11:00

11 Advisory Circle

11:10 - 11:50

10 Council/Lunch

11:00-11:50

13 Activities Lunch

11:10 - 11:50

12 Advisory Lunch

11:10 - 11:50

5

12:00 - 12:40

5-6A

12:00-1:25

5

11:55 - 12:35

5

12:00 - 12:40

5-6D

12:00-1:25

5

12:00 - 12:40

6

12:45 - 1:25

7

12:40 - 1:20

7-8B

12:40 - 2:05

6

12:45 - 1:25

13 Activities

12:50 - 1:25

7

1:35 - 2:15

7-8A

1:35-3:00

8

1:25 - 2:05

7

1:35 - 2:15

7-8D

1:35-3:00

7

1:35 - 2:15

7-8E

1:35-3:00

   

8

2:20 - 3:00

   

8

2:20 - 3:00

8

2:20 - 3:00

 

 


School Picture Day Schedule September 7, 2022

 

SCHOOL PICTURE DAY

 

Wednesday/Modified B Day Schedule

 

September 7, 2022

Students will be called by last name as noted in the third column.

1

8:00 - 8:40

1-2B

8:00 - 9:25

A & B (73) grades 9-12

2

8:45 - 9:25

C & D (89) grades 9-12

3

9:30 - 10:10

3-4B

9:30 - 10:55

E - G (75) grades 9-12

4

10:15 - 10:55

H - K (81) grades 9 -12

10 Council/Lunch

11:00-11:50

L & M (98) grades 9-12

5

11:55 - 12:35

N - R (83) grades 9-12

7

12:40 - 1:20

7-8B

12:40 - 2:05

S & T (99) grades 9-12

8

1:25 - 2:05

U - Z (52) grades 9-12

 

 


Health Office Notes:

Greetings from the Nurses,

Here are the latest COVID CDC recommendations (abbreviated) that we are following at school.

 

Masks welcome but not mandated, stay up to date with vaccines and if you are have any symptoms or feel ill you know well enough to stay home.

 

1. What to do If you are exposed to a COVID positive person:

Start precautions immediately. 

Wear a mask around all persons for 10 full days and you may come to work masked.

Day 0 is the day of your exposure. Day1 is the first full day after your exposure

Continue wearing a mask for 10 FULL days so on Day 11 you may unmask.

You can develop COVID up to 10 days after you have been exposed so it is advised that on Day 6 after exposure take an antigen COVID test . If it is negative continue masking precautions up to Day 10 . If it is positive, shift to isolation precautions below.

If at any time during the 10 days after exposure you develop symptoms then test yourself and if positive begin Isolation recommendations below.

2.  What to do if you test positive for COVID-19

Day 0 of isolation is the day of symptom onset (regardless of when you tested positive)

Day 1 is the first full day after your symptoms started

You must stay home and isolate for 5 full days and separate yourself from others. Stay home. 

You may end isolation after DAY 5 if:

You are fever free for 24 hours without using fever reducing medications and your symptoms are improving.

If you have been really ill with breathing difficulties or have immune deficiencies isolate through Day 10. Common Sense here.

Wear your mask through Day 10 unmasking on Day 11

 

The booster for the new variants will be available soon. We advise that you take advantage of it.

We will keep you posted on any new CDC recommendations. 

Cheers,

Candace Nattie
Lynn McRae
Kim Robertson
HHS Nurses

Youth in Action

Community Service is for everyone!  Youth in Action is an independent non-profit organization that offers year ‘round volunteer opportunities throughout the Upper Valley for Hanover High School students. We have some students that do one event a year, others take advantage of opportunities every week!  This summer the Bradley family cooked two dinners at the Listen Center (Woot-woot Bradleys!) So please consider signing up as a family. 

Families, follow us on Instagram:yia.hhs and click HERE to see what is coming up this month. We’d love to see some Freshman!!   Please email Director, Beth Kopp to get on the email distribution list. 


College Kickoff for Parents and Seniors 

Zoom Monday September 19, 2022  6pm


New Hampshire Higher Education Assistance Foundation Virtual Financial Aid Night

Thursday September 22, 2022 at 6pm


Hanover High School Weight Room Use

As always, we are thrilled to see more and more students and staff members using the weight room for general fitness and sport related activities. This year we are requiring all students that plan to use the weight room to read and fill out a consent for use that is to be signed by both the student and a parent or guardian. 

Please read and submit this google form: Hanover High School Weight Room Consent for Use if you are interested in using the weight room this year. Starting next week, if you do not have the consent form on file you will be unable to use the space.

If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to me, Cassie Lapple, athletic trainer and certified strength and conditioning coach at cassandralapple@hanovernorwichschools.org.


504 Update

Welcome back to school! 

We are writing to let the community know that there are now two people filling the role of 504 coordinator at HHS.

Grades 9-11

Your point person is Lisa Cowdrey. She is new to HHS this year and will also be working with students in our Academic Coaching program. Her office is located in the counseling suite. Her email address is:

lisacowdrey@hanovernorwichschools.org

Grade 12

Your point person is Amy Good. She is starting her 13th year at HHS. She is also an academic case manager in the Response to Need program and is the coordinator of the Personalized Learning Programs department. Her office is located in room 137. Her email address is: 

amy.good@hanovernorwichschools.org

Please reach out to us if you have questions or concerns. 

Best, Amy and Lisa


Norwich Recreation Council- Junior Advisory Member?

Do you want to be a more active member of your community? Did you ever do sports or camps for Norwich Rec. when you were younger? Do you want to be a part of what goes on behind the scenes in Norwich’s Recreation Department?

Consider joining the Norwich Recreation Council as a Junior Advisory Member! The council is currently looking for a high school student to join and bridge the gap that exists between the Norwich community and the HHS community. If you are interested in the position or want to learn more, email Nina Sablan (ninagsablan@gmail.com).


Safety Update- Ian Caldwell

  • It's been wonderful to see all the new and returning faces back at school this week. 

  • Here are a few points from our first week in school:

  • A reminder to walk on the right side of hallways and avoid gathering or stopping in the middle of a walkway. If you are queuing for the lunch line, please remain single-file. This will help keep walkways clear!

  • Slow down in the parking lot, please! The posted speed limit in our back parking-lot is 10 MPH, violation of the speed limit will result in a ticket comparable to a parking ticket. Do your part in keeping our staff and students safe on school property.

  • A reminder that doors to the outside must remain locked, even during the school day. Please contact Ian Caldwell if you find any unlocked or wedged-open doors to the outside.

  • Thanks All. Enjoy your long weekend and stay safe!


Volunteers

It's hard to believe that 2022-23 is already here!  Crossing fingers that we'll be able to include volunteers in our school community this year in various capacities.   Please take 2 minutes to check out the attached Google Form and check off boxes you're interested in or want to learn more about.  We've expanded opportunities/offerings this year and would love to have you be a part of them!  


Congrats!

We wanted to share good news: Vidushi is the winner of the High School Student of the Year award.  Please see the announcement: https://www.stayworkplay.org/high-school-student


Counseling Appointment?

Scheduling appointments with Counselors just got even easier for students! In addition to scheduling an appointment through their email links, their schedule can be found via QR codes which are posted in several locations in the Counseling Office or on the bulletin board outside the Counseling Office. Parents can still access scheduling through Counselors’ email.