Nothing from April 25, 2019 to May 25, 2019.
Hanover Park’s Restore the Canopy Initiative is providing Hanover Highlands with about 100 saplings! This is awesome news! IF YOU would like to plant any at your home, please email Mr. VanDeSampel [firstname.lastname@example.org]. In your email, please let Mr. V know your child’s name, classroom teacher and hoe many saplings you’d like. Each sapling should […]...
There are a few Earth Day Shirts available for sale in the office. Each shirt is $10....
Sixth grade parents, there is an attachment within this email, in regards to students that wish to participate in sports at the junior high. Please take a moment to read the information from the Frost Junior High nurse....
With the warmer weather, many students enjoy riding bicycles, scooters, skateboards and rollerblades. We want to remind families that we do not allowed any wheeled devices on our playground during arrival and dismissal for the safety of everyone. Students can walk their bicycles to the racks or their other wheeled devices to the door....
We are excited to share with our families that if they would like to plant an oak sapling that over the years can become a beautiful tree to remind them about their time at Hanover Highlands, they can contact Mr. Ed VandeSampel. Mr. VandeSampel has been working with the Restore the Canopy Program, which is […]...
Hanover Highlands Information
Hanover Highlands serves approximately 470 students kindergarten [ALL DAY!] through sixth grade. Hanover Highlands benefits from having a diverse population. We are home to a Spanish dual language program, which begins in kindergarten and goes through sixth grade. In addition, Hanover Highlands is also a District 54 site for the intellectual disabilities program.
Hanover Highlands is a building that focuses around lifelong learning; an embedded goal with how we operate. Our teachers work closely in professional learning communities that allow the staff to focus on students’ needs, instructional improvements, and best practices. We believe that our students can achieve high expectations and each student sets goals in both reading and math. Throughout the year we are constantly gauging how are students are working towards achieving that goal through data driven conversations with students, parents and staff members.
Every staff member at Hanover Highlands is dedicated to the success of our students. Our School Improvement Plan targets continual improvement of student achievement in reading and math while emphasizing high expectations in all instructional areas for all students. In addition to a rigorous core academic program each student is provided daily opportunities for academic enrichment based on his/her specific needs.
In addition to high expectations and behavioral standards, Hanover Highlands also offers the following students clubs:
Rocketry Club, Battle of The Books, Partners Club, Instrumental Music (5th & 6th grade), Math Olympiads, Running Club, GEMS, Student Ambassadors, Environmental Club, CODING Club, FUSE, and Spanish Club.
The Hanover Highlands PTA is an active organization that works collaboratively with our school staff. The PTA seeks to provide activities for students during the day and for families in the evening. Our PTA has provided the following activities: Family Movie Night, Halloween Bash, Dinner with Santa, Holiday Store, Hot Lunch Days, Field Day, Book Fairs, and Spring Parties.
Mascot: Champ the Huskie
Colors: Blue and White
8:35 a.m. First Bell, children enter
8:40 a.m. Final Bell, school starts
11:45 a.m. – 12:20 PM
End of Day Release:
Monday through Friday accept Wednesday: Dismissal is 3:00 PM
Wednesday: Dismissal is 2:30 PM