Welcome to Hanover Elementary

At HANOVER ELEMENTARY, students pledge to respect one another, to be responsible in doing their very best, and to recognize the rights of others. This pledge forms the foundation of a high-achieving, safe and positive environment, where students consistently score well above state and national averages on standardized tests. Personalized learning practices at Hanover ensure all students are challenged, and highly engaged families work closely with teachers and staff to help students reach their full potential. Hanover serves 435 students in grades K-5.

Upcoming Events for HES
Friday Jan 6, 17

Upcoming Events for HES

Here are some upcoming events for Hanover Elementary:

January 3: Classes resume
January 9: PTO Meeting @ 6pm
January 16: No School, MLK Jr Day
January 20: PTO Movie Night @ 6pm
January 26: Dress Up Day - sports shirt/jersey
January 27: No School, Teacher Workshop
January 31: Report Cards on Parent Portal

February 6, 7, 9: Conferences for all grades
February 6: PTO Meeting @ 6pm
February 20: No School, Presidents Day

 

Sign up for Parent/Teacher Conferences
Friday Jan 6, 17

Sign up for Parent/Teacher Conferences

Beginning January 9th: Sign up for parent/teacher conferences at www.myconferencetime.com/hanover. For more detailed instructions, click "more" below or refer to the flyer that your child brought home.

Report Cards on Parent Portal January 31st
Friday Jan 6, 17

Report Cards on Parent Portal January 31st

Report cards will be available on our online Parent Portal beginning January 31st at https://campus.bhmschools.org/campus/portal/buffalo.jsp.

Quest-Requests to assess for 2017-18 School Year Due January 26 at 3:00 pm

Quest-Requests to assess for 2017-18 School Year Due January 26 at 3:00 pm

The Quest program services highly gifted students (top two to three percent in class) in grades 2-9 and is a tuition-free school within a school located at Parkside Elementary (grades 2-5), Buffalo Community Middle School (grades 6-8), and at Buffalo High School (grade 9). If you think your child might qualify for the program, you are encouraged to request assessment. 


The Quest program is for highly gifted students and will be offered to students in grades 2-9. Qualified students from other districts are invited to apply. Follow this link to find more information about the program, the application and other necessary forms required for submission to the program.

 

Student & Parent Handbook

Student & Parent Handbook

Student & Parent Handbook

Student Accident Insurance and Family Health Insurance
Monday Jun 13, 16

Student Accident Insurance and Family Health Insurance

Find out how you can purchase affordable health and accident coverage.

Hanover Online Resources

Hanover Online Resources

Click on this link to be connected with the Elementary Links Page. This page containt links to websites that our students use often, such as IXL Math, Lexia, Social Studies Alive, Spelling City and more.

https://sites.google.com/a/bhmschools.org/elementary-links/hanover-elementary