Meet Local first Responders
Come join us on Sunday, September 19, for a Touch-A-Truck event in support of National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month! HPD will be joined by folks from Hanover Fire Department, the Department of Public Works, the US Post Office, and other members of the local service community. This is a fun opportunity for kids and families to meet some of your local community and get hands-on with police cruisers, fire trucks, and more. Join us at the Ray School, 26 Reservoir Road, from 10:00am to 12:00pm.
If you can’t make it this Sunday, you can still help us in our fight against childhood cancer by donating blood through the DHMC blood donor program, or by volunteering with CHaD. We hope you can join us!
Council Representatives Needed
HHS Council is a unique decision making body at Hanover High School. Representing students, staff, administration, and community members, Council serves as the main governing voice of the High School. Celebrating its 50th year, Council’s dedication to fostering and following student voices continues to be a feature that separates Hanover from other academically high achieving schools. Currently the Council is seeking 2 community members to serve during the 2021-2022 school year. If you have any questions or desire to take part, please contact Council moderator Pierce Seigne or Assistant moderator Zane Schiffman.
Friends of Hanover Norwich Schools
Please join the Friends in making our schools stronger, and supporting projects that enrich the student experience. This past year, the Friends made a major rapid-response grant to SAU70 to help underwrite Covid-19 expenses and the important work of the Equity Committee. We also increased our funding of supplies and teacher-led initiatives that will enrich the curriculum and make our schools safer. Other recent grants include funding for a district-wide curriculum review, books for young readers, science and art materials, Responsive Classroom training, and support for an LGBTQ+ workshop. Learn more and make a contribution at www.FHNS1961.org. Thank you!
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