Several of our teachers have their homework assignments posted on-line. Some teachers have their assignments posted to their Teacher Page. Others have their assignments posted to an external site, SchoolNotes.
NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND
The No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act was signed into law by President Bush on January 9, 2002. This legislation outlines a broad program with strict accountability to ensure every child in the country can achieve high standards. This is a long range plan that requires all students preform at Proficient or Advanced levels on their state assessments (PSSA) by the year 2014. Every school must also show progress toward that goal each year or face severe consequences.
When schools fail to meet these expected levels of performance for two consecutive years, they will begin to receive support and consequences as they enter into a process called School Improvement. We must, however, continue to work together as parents, educators, students and community to ensure our students progress toward increasing achievement levels and make Hanover Area School District a model of educational excellence where no child is left behind.
Please go to the following website for more information for parents on No Child Left Behind:
Algebra I Keystone Exam Tutoring
Parents Right-to-Know - No Child Left Behind
The No Child Left Behind federal law requires that Hanover Area School District notify parents of all children of their right to request information regarding the professional qualifications of their children's classroom teachers and paraprofessionals who provide instructional services to their children. If you would like to request this information please contact:
Andrew Kuhl, Superintendent