January 2016 Newsletter - Hanover Horton Schools

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January 2016 Newsletter - Hanover Horton Schools
Hanover Horton School District
10400 Moscow Road
Horton, MI 49246
517-563-0100
NEWSLETTER
Special Points of
Interest:
PARENT/TEACHER
CONFERENCES
Feb 25 - K-5 4:00-7:30 pm
Feb 26 - K-5 1:00-4:00 pm
March 10 - MS/HS Grades 6-12
4:00-7:00 pm
******
SPRING BREAK
April 1 - 8
******
NO SCHOOL DATES
January 18
No School K-12
January 22
Half Day 6th-12th
February 12 No School K-12
February 15 No School K-12
February 26 Half Day K-5
March 31
Half Day K-12
April 1 - 8
No School K-12
May 30
No School K-12
June 9 Last Day/Half Day K-12
******
KINDERGARTEN
ROUNDUP INFORMATION
April 19 6:00 pm Elementary
Informational Meeting
for Parents
April 27, 28 and 29
By Appointment Only
Kindergarten Roundup
******
SENIOR GRADUATION
May 27
7:00 pm
JCC Potter Center
January 2016
FROM THE DESK OF SUPERINTENDENT
JOHN DENNEY...
2015 was a great year to be a Comet! Our students excelled in the classroom and in athletics,
and they continue to be great assets to our community. Our staff has worked hard to provide the
best atmosphere for learning and the best educational opportunities around. Our district has become one of the best all-around districts in the
area. We look forward to another great year! Following are more details regarding our academics,
facilities and calendar.
ACADEMICS: For the fir st time last Mar ch,
many of our students took the M-STEP exams
which replaced the long-time MEAP test in order
to assess their progress. Our students scored higher than the state and county average on a majority
of the assessments. The Michigan Department of
Education recently released the final score reports. For the last time, our junior class took the
ACT; MDE has changed to administering the
SAT for 2016. Our district outscored the other
districts throughout the county in both the composite scores and college readiness. The ACT has
been used as a capstone assessment in order to
determine how well our students have mastered
academic skills throughout their schooling. Our
results are a testament to the hard work of our
students, faculty, staff and administration.
FACILITIES: With the elementary roofing and
entryway project completed in the summer of
2015, our next big sinking-fund project will be to
replace the elementary playground; the current
structure is showing its age. We were able to secure a 100% matching grant in order to provide
our students with an amazing playground consisting of two large play structures, a climbing structure and a new swing set. In an effort save money, we will utilize a program our vendor offers
called “Community Build.” The company will
provide supervision, instruction and the necessary
tools for the construction of the playground, and
we will look for volunteers to help with the labor.
As the summer approaches, we will pick a Saturday and spread the word so volunteers can plan
accordingly. If you know that you are willing to
help, please let me know, and I will be sure to
contact you with the exact
details. The renderings of
two of the new play structures are shown below.
SCHOOL
CALENDAR: Last spring, school
districts throughout the
county investigated the
balanced-calendar concept. Currently, public
schools are forbidden by law to begin school before the first Tuesday after Labor Day. While we
discussed many options for spreading out our
breaks throughout the year, it was apparent
countywide that our communities were not supportive of a 6-8 week summer vacation. There
were, however, several people who spoke about
their desire to have the school year begin prior to
Labor Day. Since the Michigan Department of
Education does allow start-day waivers, under
certain circumstances, the superintendents explored our options.
There were a few reasons for looking into changing our calendar, one of which was a statemandated increase of five days for the 2016-2017
school year. While we looked at calendar options,
we discovered that if we started before Labor
Day, we could end our semester at the holiday
break in December instead of late January. This
is a huge advantage for our high school students
who currently return from the vacation and have
two weeks to prepare for their final exams. Another issue with the calendar is that if we simply
added a full week of classes to the end of the
year, we would be in session into mid-June.
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In late December, we received word that Jackson County’s threeyear waiver request would most likely be approved by MDE. While
we had hoped for more time before potentially making any changes
to the calendar, the waiver process has taken us quite a while. Every
public school board in the county will be discussing this waiver in
the coming weeks and considering a resolution supporting the concept of a common county calendar with a pre-Labor Day start. While
this topic has been discussed many times throughout the last year, a
final decision has not been made yet. Our school board will be ad
dressing this situation at our January board meeting, which may have
already occurred by the time you receive this newsletter. If approved,
we will make sure to communicate the changes to our students and
their families.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns
about our district. Thank you again for your continued support!
John
TEXTILE RECYCLING
In our quest to continue to be a “green” school, Hanover-Horton
Middle School is now recycling all textiles. This means clothing,
shoes, linens, towels, stuffed animals, belts, purses, accessories,
etc., even if they are worn, torn, or damaged, we can recycle
them! Donations can be placed in the bin located behind the middle
school. At the end of the year, all the pounds collected will be totaled up, and there will be monetary prize for all the recyclables collected from our school. You can help our school raise some funds
while helping the environment at the same time.
HOLIDAY FUN FROM
THE KITCHEN STAFF
COUNSELING NEWS
6th and 8th Grade Breakout Drug Program
In February, the 6th grade students will be participating in the Breakout Drug Education Program given by
Family Services and Children’s Aid. We have offered this impactful program for the past 8 years. Students
will learn facts about the health risks of alcohol, tobacco, inhalants and marijuana. There are fun games and
group exercises that will show them the factors that influence their choices. Students will learn peer refusal
techniques and will have the opportunity to sign pledge cards indicating they will remain substancefree. The 8th graders will have their presentation in March and will learn about additional drugs such as ecstasy and methamphetamines. For more information about this program and on how to talk to your children
about drugs and alcohol, visit www.breakoutdrugfree.org.
8th and 10th Grade Jackson Area Career Center Visit
Each year the 8th and 10th graders have the opportunity to visit programs at the Jackson Area Career
Center (JACC). The visit to the Career Center allows students to learn more about various careers
and to make informed decisions on whether they
would like to attend JACC during their junior and
senior years in high school. Students are often not
aware of the extent of the programs available until
they are able to visit and see first-hand. Many
JACC programs offer high school Michigan Merit
Curriculum Credit, college credit and/or professional
certifications. Students involved in career center
programs have the opportunity to join academic organizations in their field of interest, to become a
member of an honor society and the chance to compete for scholarships. This year the 8th grade visit
will take place on Feb. 4 and the 10th grade visit will
be Feb. 2. We will visit in the afternoon. Students
will have lunch early their visit day so that we can
leave the school by 11:15 am. We will return to the
school at the end of the school day. Please avoid
scheduling any appointments during this
time. While in 8th grade, students will work more on
their Educational Development Plans, or EDPs
where they will explore their interests and career
pathways and begin to plan their high school classes. In May, parents are invited to EDP night to
learn more about and contribute to the plans. Tenth
graders will be able to begin registering for the career center classes for their junior year after their
visit. JACC will be having an Open House on Feb.
25 from 4 to 7 pm for parents and students to learn
more! For more information on JACC, go to
www.jacc-mi.net. Parents and students can get
more information about careers possibilities on the
HH Counseling website.
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DaddyDaughter
Dance
The Hanover-Horton
PTA hosted the Daddy-Daughter Dance
on Sunday, November 22nd. The original event was scheduled for Saturday,
November 21st, however it was the first snow storm of the
season. Even with the change in the event date, the PTA had
118 girls attend with their special someone. The event lasted
for 2 hours and included music, dancing, pictures and snacks
for everyone. Myeshia Jones, Miss Jackson County Rose
Queen and Julia Duffrin, Miss Jackson County Teen, signed
autographs, greeted
the girls, danced and
even let the daughters try on their
beautiful
crowns. They were
a huge hit! There
were also prizes
given away for candy guessing jars and
over
15
raffle
items. Snacks consisted of donuts donated from Meckley's, popcorn, pretzels and apples. Raffle items were donated by Edible Arrangements, Jan's Dance Studio, Country Market, Moran Engineering Services, Sara Grant-Partylite and Freadas Legacy. It was
a wonderful event celebrating dads and daughters! Everyone
had a fun time!
Kindergarten Round-Up
Parent Informational Meeting
The elementary will be holding a parent meeting for all incoming kindergartners on Tuesday, April 19, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. in the elementary
gymnasium. This is a very important meeting, where the following
topics will be discussed:
*what to bring with you and expect at Kindergarten Round-Up;
*registration forms;
*the different skills we’d like each child to have before entering
Kindergarten;
*what a day at Hanover-Horton looks like;
*transportation information;
*our food service program; and
*the Kids Club program.
We are asking parents to bring their incoming kindergartner to the
meeting. While parents are attending the informational session, their
children will go with our kindergarten teachers for a story and activity. After the presentation, parents will have the opportunity to sign
up for a time to bring their child to Kindergarten Round-up. We look
forward to seeing you!
Kindergarten Round-Up
April 27th (8:30-2:30),
28th (8:30 - 2:30) &
April 29th (8:30-11:30)
If you need a safe, fun place to leave your child before
school starts or after school gets out, consider our
Latchkey program located within the Elementary
building. Pay only for days you attend, and use this
program as you need. We offer help with homework,
easy transition to and from class and snacks. Open
mornings at 6:30 a.m. and closed evenings at 6:00
p.m. All staff is certified CPR, First Aid, Blood Borne
Pathogens and have received a criminal background
check.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
PLEASE CALL 563-0107
All children who will be 5 years of age on or before September 1,
2016 are eligible to attend. Children who will turn 5 years of age
on or before December 1, 2016 may apply for a waiver to attend
for the 2016-17 school year. Please make an appointment for your
child at the parent meeting, which will be held on April 19, 2016 @
6:00 p.m. If you are unable to attend the meeting, the elementary
office will take reservations starting April 22nd up until the first
day of Round-Up.
Please bring:
☼ your kindergartner
☼ immunization record
☼ original birth certificate
☼ paperwork from the parent meeting
We look forward to seeing you!
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DATES TO KNOW
January:
11
14
18
20-22
22
23
28
February:
2
4
5
8
pm
10
11
11 - 12
12 - 15
14
20
25
26
28
29
March:
4
10
7 pm
12
21
23
24
25
31
April:
1-8
Financial Aid Night in Library 7-8 pm
PTA Meeting 6:00 pm
Music Boosters Meeting 7:00 pm Band Room
No School, K-12, Teacher In-service
High School Exams
End of 1st Semester Elementary & High School
Middle & High School - Half Day
Elementary Students - Full Day Classes
Grandparents/Grandchild Bake Off 1:00-3:00 pm
Blood Drive Library Media Center
10th Grade Visits Career Center
8th Grade Visits Career Center
Band Leaves for Disney
Board of Education Meeting 6:30
State Pupil Accounting Day
PTA Meeting Elementary 6:00 pm
Music Boosters Meeting 7:00 pm Band Room
Band - Cedarville University Music Showcase
No School, Presidents Day Weekend
Happy Valentines Day
PTA Mother/Son Dodge Ball
K-5 Parent/Teacher Conf. 4:00 - 7:30 pm
Career Center Open House 4:00 - 7:00 pm
K-5 Parent/Teacher Conf. 1:00 - 4:00 pm
K-5 Students - Half Day
6-12 Students - Full Day
Snowfest - King/Queen Crowning Half-time
Snowfest Dance following basketball game
Jazz Bash 3:00 - 6:00 pm
PTA Family Reading & Game Night 5:30 - 7 pm
11
11-25
12
13
14
Room
15
18
19
25-5/9
27-29
28
30
May:
pm
9-23
10
12
16
18 & 19
19 & 20
20
23
27
June:
30
2
7-9
9
20
School Resumes
8th Grade M-Step Testing Window
11th Grade SAT
11th Grade Work Keys
11th Grade M-Step
PTA Meeting Elementary 6:00 pm
Music Booster Meeting 7:00 pm Band
Middle School Dance 2:30 - 4:30
Board of Education Meeting 6:30 pm
Incoming Kindergarten Parent Meeting 6:00 pm
7th Grade M-Step Testing Window
Kindergarten Roundup (By Appointment)
Blood Drive Library Media Center
Junior/Senior Prom @ Hilltop Manor Inn
6th Grade M-Step Testing Window
Band/Choir Concert, High School Gym 7:00 pm
PTA Meeting 6:00 pm
Music Boosters Meeting, 7:00 pm Band Room
Board of Education Meeting 6:30 pm
Mackinac Trip 7th Grade Girls
Mackinac Trip 7th Grade Boys
Elementary Carnival 5:00 - 8:00 pm
Senior Honors Night 6:30 pm
Senior Graduation @ Potter Center 7:00
K-12 No School, Memorial Day
Honors Assy. Grades 9 - 11 at 7:45 am
High School Exams
Last Day of School, Half Day All Students
Board of Education Meeting 6:30 p.m.
Middle School Trimester Ends
Middle School Dance 2:30 - 4:30 pm
PTA Meeting 6:00 pm
6 - 12 Parent-Teacher Conferences 4 Music Booster Meeting 7:00 pm Band Room
Athletic Boosters Cash Bash @ Gene Davis
Banquet Room
Board of Education Meeting 6:30 pm
Nursery Rhyme Night 5:30 - 7 pm
High School Play (HS Café)
High School Play (HS Café)
Elementary & High School End of 3rd Marking
K-12 Students Half Day of School
Spring Break
Deposit funds into student accounts online,
www.SendMoneytoSchool.com.
Submit a Free/Reduced Meal Application
online, www.SendMoneytoSchool.com.
Easier, faster and confidential.
Apply Today!
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THE 11TH JAZZ BASH!
The 11th Annual Jazz Bash will take
place on Sunday, February 28, 2016 in the
High School Gym at 3:00 p.m. Our guest
artists will be the Cedarville University
Jazz Band under the direction of Michael
DiCuirci and Chet Jenkins. (Cedarville is
the undergraduate university of Mr.
Rouster.) Our Comet Jazz Band and their
band will perform separately and combined. It promises to be a great afternoon
of amazing jazz and awesome desserts.
Tickets will be on sale in the HS Office
starting on December 14th, until they're
sold out. Prices are $15.00 for reserved
tickets and $10.00 for general seating. We
hope to see you there!!
HS BAND TO WALT
DISNEY WORLD IN
FEBRUARY 2016!!
The Comet Marching Band will represent our
district in the Magic Kingdom of Walt Disney
World on February 8th, 2016! If you happen to
be in the central Florida area, come and watch
us march! We're scheduled to perform at 2:30
p.m. as part of the pre-parade festivities. We
will start in the town square, then head down
Main Street USA past Cinderella's Castle and
on toward Pirates of the Caribbean. If you can,
come and cheer us on!!
Family Reading and Game Night
Come and join us on Monday, February 29th for our annual
Family Reading and Game Night. Doors will open at 5:30
and the fun will run until 7:00. This night will be a kick-off
for our March is Reading month. There will be lots of reading
activities along with games and crafts for all the family members to enjoy. Looking forward to seeing all of our families
and the great pleasure they have for reading.
MI SMOOTHIE PROMOTION
The MI Smoothie promotion will be running between January
11 and February 19. Be sure you take advantage of this promotion by grabbing a delicious smoothie in the lunchroom for
the chance to WIN an Amazon gift card and the grand prize, a
new HP Chromebook. Check out the smoothie posters for
more information.
Nursery Rhyme Night
Calling all preschool, young fives, kindergarten and first
grade students. On Wednesday, March 23rd we have a special night planned just for you. From 5:30-7:00 you will
have the opportunity to play games, be involved in races, as
well as sing and act out nursery rhymes. Registration forms
will be sent home on Monday, March 7th. If you don’t receive a form but would like for your child to attend, please
call the elementary office at (517) 563-0103. Looking forward to seeing you on this fun evening!
As College application season winds down we would like to
congratulate all the seniors who have already applied to college or training programs. To date, 93 % of the seniors have
applied to about 180 colleges! Admission letters will continue rolling in over the next several weeks. Now students
should concentrate on scholarship applications. Students
and families can access the HH Counseling website for scholarship listings as well as financial aid information and FAFSA tutorials. A scholarship information session was held for
interested seniors in December. There will be a Financial
Aid Information Night on Monday, January 11 from 7 to 8
pm in the HH library for families to get more information on
paying for college and applying for federal aid using the
FAFSA. All seniors should complete the FAFSA regardless
of income because many scholarship applications require the
information. The deadline to receive State Aid from Michigan is March 1.
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ATHLETIC
INFORMATION
CONCUSSION PROTOCOL
All athletes must have a concussion form signed and on
file with their school. If an athlete is concussed, they
must have written permission from a physician to be
released back to physical activities.
ATHLETIC PASSES
Fall
Winter
Spring
$150
$100
$50
Individual $ 75
$50
$40
Student
$30
$20
Family
$ 40
LIMITED TEAM MEMBERSHIP
Once practicing with a high school team, a student may
not participate in competition not sponsored by his/her
school in the same sport/same season, i.e. 3-on-3 basketball during basketball season, etc.
www.hhcomets.com
YOUTH
SPORTS
CONTACT INFORMATION
FOOTBALL
Andy Winter
Phone: (517) 740-9688
Email: [email protected]
BOYS SOCCER
Lisa Waagen
Email: [email protected]
GIRLS BASKETBALL
Andy Birch
Phone (517) 914-4030
Email: [email protected]
SOFTBALL
Rob Davis
Phone: (517)688-5364
Email: [email protected]
BOYS BASKETBALL
Chad Mortimer
Phone: (517)563-0101, ext. 128
Email: [email protected]
BASEBALL
Rob Davis
Phone: (517)688-5364
Email: [email protected]
GIRLS SOCCER
Lisa Waagen
Email: [email protected]
A Friendly Reminder
For the safety of HanoverHorton children, parental supervision is required at basketball games, as well as all other
athletic events. Children should not be dropped off
and left unsupervised. We encourage students to
be seated in the stands and have reserved a special
student section for this purpose. Unruly student
behavior will not be allowed.
We appreciate your cooperation to maintain a safe and orderly environment for our
athletic events.
DREAM TEAM RECIPIENTS
Volleyball:
Alexis Brockie, Senior
Cross Country:
Boys -
Brennan Burk, Senior
Austin Shepherd, Senior
Girls -
Brecquel Kilgore, Fr eshman
Judy Rector, Fr eshman
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BOYS JV & VARSITY BASKETBALL
BOYS & GIRLS VARSITY BOWLING
Bus Depart
12/10
At Union City
6:00
3:45
12/12
Concord
5:30
12/17
Grass Lake
5:30
01/04
Homer
5:30
01/07
At East Jackson
5:30
4:15
01/14
Addison
5:30
01/19
Manchester
5:30
01/21
Michigan Center
5:30
01/26
Lansing Eastern
5:30
01/29
At Vandercook Lake
5:30
4:15
02/02
Napoleon ^
5:30
02/05
At Grass Lake
5:30
4:00
02/09
East Jackson **
5:30
02/12
At Addison
5:30
4:15
02/16
Ypsilanti Arbor Prep
5:30
02/19
At Michigan Center
5:30
4:15
02/23
At Manchester
5:30
4:00
02/26
Vandercook Lake *
5:30
03/01
At Napoleon
5:30
4:15
03/03
Dundee
5:30
03/07
Districts @ Mich Center TBA
03/09
Districts Semi @ MC
TBA
03/11
Districts Finals @ MC
TBA
03/14-16 Regionals @ Springport TBA
03/22
Quarter Finals @ U of M TBA
03/24-25 Semi Finals @ Breslin
TBA
03/26
Finals @ Breslin
TBA
** Parents Night * Snowfest + Jr. Pro ^ Band Night
GIRLS JV & VARSITY BASKETBALL
11/30
At Concord
5:30
12/04
Homer
5:30
12/08
Leslie
5:30
12/11
Grass Lake
5:30
12/15
At East Jackson
5:30
12/18
At Addison
5:30
01/05
Michigan Center
5:30
5:30
01/08
Manchester
01/12
At Vandercook Lake
5:30
01/15
Napoleon
5:30
01/19
At Grass Lake
5:30
01/22
East Jackson
5:30
01/25
At Lumen Christi
5:30
01/28
Addison
5:30
02/02
At Western
3:00
02/04
At Michigan Center
5:30
02/11
At Manchester
6:00
02/16
At Jackson Christian
5:30
02/18
Vandercook Lake **
5:30
02/25
At Napoleon
5:30
02/29
Districts @ Napoleon
TBA
03/02
District Semi @ Napoleon TBA
03/4
District Final @ Napoleon TBA
03/08-10 Regionals @ Springport TBA
03/15
Quarter Finals @ MC
TBA
03/17-19 Semi/Finals @ Breslin
TBA
** Parents Night + Jr. Pro
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No Bus
4:15
4:15
4:15
4:00
No Bus
No Bus
4:15
4:00
No Bus
4:15
Bus Depart
12/07
12/08
12/14
01/02
01/04
01/06
01/12
01/13
01/15
01/20
01/21
01/24
01/25
01/27
02/08
02/09
02/19
02/20
02/22
02/24
02/26
02/27
03/04
03/05
At Airport Lanes vs GL
At Hudson Lanes vs Addison
At Airport vs MC
At Marshall Lanes (tourney)
At Airport Lanes vs VCL
At Airport Lanes vs Manch
At L & J Lanes vs Jonesville
At Airport Lanes vs Nap
At Airport Lanes vs Jones/VCL
At Suburban Lanes vs EJ 3:15
At Chelsea Lanes vs GL
At Airport Lanes (Mel Wolf)
At Airport Lanes vs Addison
At Suburban Lanes vs MC
At Airport Lanes vs EJ
At Maplewood vs Manch
Universal Lanes (Conf. Team)
At Airport Lane (Conf. Sing.)
At Airport vs Napoleon
At Suburban Lanes vs EJ
At TBA (Team Regionals)
At TBA (Ind. Regionals)
At TBA (Team State)
At TBA (Ind. States)
3:15
3:15
3:15
9:30 am
3:15
3:15
3:15
3:15
TBA
3:00
TBA
3:15
3:15
3:15
3:15
TBA
TBA
3:15
3:15
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
VARSITY COMPETITIVE CHEER
12/12
At Homer Invitational
12/16
At East Jackson Jamboree
01/09
Hanover-Horton Invitational
01/11
Springport Invitational
01/13
At Michigan Center Jamboree
01/20
At VCL Jamboree
01/27 H-H Jamboree **
01/30
At Morenci Invitational
02/10
At Conference @ Grass Lake
02/19-20 Districts @ TBD
02/27
Regionals
@ TBD
03/04-05 State Finals @ Delta Plex
** Parents Night
10:00am
6:00
10:00am
6:30pm
6:00
6:00
6:00
10:00am
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
No Bus
4:15
No Bus
4:15
4:15
No Bus
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
VARSITY WRESTLING
12/09
At Concord
12/12
At Concord Invitational
12/16
Michigan Center (dual)
01/02
At Dan Taylor Invitational
01/06
At Quincy (Quad)
01/13
Man/Nap/MC Quad **
01/20
At Manch. Quad (vs EJ & GL)
01/27
At Add Quad (vs VCL & Add)
01/30
At Jackson JAWS
02/05
At Conference @ Addison
02/10
Team Districts @ VCL
02/13
Ind. Districts @ Blissfield
02/17
Team Regionals @ Clinton
02/20
Ind. Regionals @ Bronson
02/26-27 Team State Finals @ CMU
03/03-05 Ind State Finals @ The Palace
** Parents Night
6:00
8:00am
6:00
9:30 am
6:00
6:00
6:00
6:00
8:00am
4:00
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
TBA
No Bus
No Bus
No Bus
No Bus
4:15
4:30
No Bus
2:00
(Revised 11/13/15)
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N E W SL E T TE R
2015-2016 FALL ACADEMIC ATHLETIC AWARDS
COMET ATHLETIC REPORT
Academic All-Conference Cross Country:
Boy’s Brennan Burk, Aaron Heath, Austin Shepherd, Cameron Vinton
Girl’s Tayah Schuette
Football:
Tyler Duffrin, Jared Kughn, Gunnar Snyder, Kyle Spink, Kyle White
Volleyball: Dana Bigham, Mia Deliyanne Alivia Demeuse, Katerina Hammond, MaKayla Summers, Alyson Wood
Girl’s Golf: Gabrielle Hope-Thelen
Academic All-State Boy’s Cross-Country:
Brennan Burk, Aaron Heath, Bo Shepherd
Girl’s Cross Country:
Anna Piloske
CONGRATULATIONS
Boy’s Cross Country Team
Academic All-State Teams:
Boy’s Cross Country Team - 3.814 GPA
Girl’s Golf Team - 3.750 GPA
Volleyball Team - 3.633GPA
Regional Champs!
All-State Boy’s Cross Country - Brennan Burk
NONDISCRIMINATION AND ACCESS TO
EQUAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY
The Board of Education does not discriminate on the basis of the
Protected Classes of race, color, national origin, sex (including
sexual orientation or transgender identity), disability, age (except
as authorized by law), religion, military status, ancestry, or any
other statutorily protected category (collectively, "Protected Classes") in its educational programs or activities.
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HANOVER HORTON SCHOOL DISTRICT
10400 MOSCOW ROAD
HORTON, MI 49246
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www.hanoverhorton.org
DISTRICT PHONE
NUMBERS
Administration………...……..…...517-563-0100
High School……………..………....517-563-0101
Athletics……………………….…...517-563-0143
Middle School………… …..…..... .517-563-0102
Elementary……..…..517-563-0103 or 563-0104
Transportation……...………..…...517-563-0106
Kids Club………………..…….…...517-563-0107
Lil’ Comets……………..… ....…....517-563-0124
SCHOOL CLOSINGS……............517-563-0117

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