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The Happy Hive Hallway Club Makes Over Hanover Park Hallways

April 22, 2018

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- The Hallways of Hanover Park High School  are alive with the creativity of the Happy Hive Hallways Club.  Ms. Kristina Rovtar, founder and advisor explains how the club came about, “I decided to start the Happy Hive Club in the 2015-2016 school year because I wanted to add some color and further beautify the hallways at HP. Our first ...

Hanover Park Sends Love to Marjory Stoneman Douglas Students

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Students at Hanover Park High School continue to show love and support to the families of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Earlier this year, students, under the supervison of Carly Marcketta and Stephanie Keat created a video  and sent to the students supporting the #MSDStrong campaign.

A few days later, the students ...

East Hanover Middle School Baseball and Softball Open with Wins

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Congratulations to the Lady Eagles softball team, winning  their first game of the 2018 campaign in what was a nail biter over a much improved scrappy team from Rockaway Valley Middle School. The final score was 11-10 and the other team ended the game with the tying run on third base. It was a great win. Game balls went to Olivia Klein who started the game ...

Hanover Park Music Department Presents Broadway Pops Night

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Hanover Park Choir and String Ensemble present the first every Broadway Night, April 11 at 7Pm. A night of classics from Wicked, Rent, Jersey Boys and many more will be performed including a featured performance of Seasons of Love with East Hanover Middle School and Ridgedale Middle School music students. Special thanks to Maddie Sellinger who designed the poster. For ...

Support Hanover Park 'Button Up Against Hate' Campaign

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Hanover Park High School History students are on a mission to collect 1.5 million buttons for the  "buttoned up against hate" campaign, bringing awareness to the atrocity of world genocide. The students, in Ms. Jamie Boszko's Genocide Studies classes are creating exhibits  for a Gallery Walk in June and have chosen the theme ...

Whippany Park Student Making a Sweet Difference

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, N.J.- Whippany Park junior Briana Fleming  will be on the move for quite some time with an awful lot of candy and its not because the Easter Bunny needs back up, or because she has a serious sweet tooth. She is raising money for the Whippany Park Marching Band’s Washington D.C. trip next year. Fleming is starting early  to be sure that her ...

Morris Area Coalition For Education and Positive Choices Master Class on Vaping

HANOVER TOWNSHIP, N.J.- Memorial Junior School hosted the Morris Area Coalition For Education and Positive Choices latest in a series of educational forums focusing on the dangers of vaping. A panel discussion highlighted facts and statistics on this harmful trend.

Superintendent, Mike Wasco, opened the evening introducing Thomas "Ace" Gallgher founder of the ...

Students Organize March in Morristown Making Their Voices Heard

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- Bella Bhimani, a student from West Morris Mendham High School decided she was going to make a difference. In the last few weeks she planned, organized and orchestrated the March For Our Lives in Morristown Saturday. Estimates of 13 thousand people heard her voice and took to the streets Saturday morning. 

The peaceful march went around the green and down South Street, ...

Hanover Park High School Choir Boosters Host Spring Clean Up

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- It may not feel like Spring right now, but that is not stopping the Hanover Park Chior Boosters from hosting a Spring Clean Up, Saturday March 24. Items to be donated include clothes, shoes, belts, ties, scarves, handbags, hats, linens, towels,bedding, curtains, stuffed animals, books small toys/games, small kitchen items, pots and pans. Please no furniture or appliances.

Frank J Smith School Hosts Scholastic Book Fair March 21-22

EAST HANOVER, N.J.- The East Hanover PTA is sponsoring The Scholastic Book Fair at Frank J Smith School this week, Wednesday and Thursday. Opportunities are still available to volunteer and donations will go directly to books for the school as all donations will be matched by Scholastic. Shopping on line is also available by clicking here. 

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