"A Community That Inspires Excellence"
To provide a solid foundation for future success, children will be challenged to think critically, assume responsibility, contribute to their community, and care about others as well as themselves.†
All pupils' unique abilities will be developed within a nurturing environment so that they achieve the
New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards and Common Core State Standards at all grade levels
through the offering of excellent and innovative academic, athletic and artistic experiences.
Click†here†for the latest update regarding the
To view the job description of the†Superintendent,
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The Hanover Township School District is excited to inform you of a new step that has been taken to enhance the way we use technology and share information within our school community.†
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Kindergarten Registration Information
Please click†here†for the letter.
Forms are available†here.
Integrated Preschool Program
Limited Number of 3 Year-Old Openings
Student attendance to begin in January 2016†
Please click here for more information.
Click†here†to view the PDF and Report.
For more information, click†here.
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Project Graduation 2016
November 28 - December 2†
9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
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†School and Park Traffic Safety Advisory Committee
Hanover Township School & Park Traffic Safety Committee†would like to inform you of their latest safety improvements. †Click†here†for more information.
To view a video on how to keep children safe at the bus stop, please click†here.
Parent(s)/Guardian(s) are encouraged to have ongoing, age-appropriate discussions with their children about their safety. †Remember, you do not want to overwhelm them with fear; rather, you want to equip them with information and techniques that can help them be as safe as possible. †Hanover Township Police Chief Stephen Gallagher wants to remind you to call the Police Department at 973-428-2512 or 911 if you see anything suspicious. †Please speak with your child and remind him/her of safety precautions in regard to strangers.