“We believe art has the power to inspire and to enrich life, and that art and healing can be powerfully connected,” says the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth. Work by Hanover High art students is on the hospital’s walls through April. It’s the first time HHS students have exhibited at the hospital.
Thursday, January 31, 2008
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Saturday, January 26, 2008
The Hanover High School Quiz Bowl Team was 12th in the nation in the Fall Knowledge Master Open. Over 750 schools competed in this event which required teams to answer 200 difficult questions quickly and accurately. Hanover was 5th in the nation by school enrollment and 1st in New England overall. Mr Murphy has the contest DVD which can now be used for practice, and people who would like to try to measure themselves against Hanover and the rest of the nation may do so.
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Thursday, January 10, 2008
A team of four Hanover High math students has won a Regional Outstanding award from the Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications. Another five HHS teams earned the Meritorious award, and three HHS teams were awarded Honorable Mention.. "This is the first year we won a Regional Outstanding," said math coach Greta Mills. "It's quite an honor, and all our teams added up to the strongest showing by HHS students yet!" HHS teams have entered the contest for four years.
270 teams from 48 schools competed in the Consortium's Tenth Annual High School Mathematical Contest in Modeling. All teams worked at their own schools during a 36-hour period in November, constructing solutions to one of two modeling problems offered by the Consortium.
The ratings are National Outstanding (4 schools this year), Regional Outstanding (16 schools), Meritorious, Honorable Mention and Successful Participant. Winners included public and private schools from across the USA and from Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Modeling requires students to take a real-world problem, quantify it mathematically, resolve the problem, and articulate the team's solution. This year students were asked to optimize the placement of smoke detectors in homes, or to determine the tipping point between renting a car or taking your personal car on a long trip.
Full results: http://www.comap.com/highschool/contests/himcm/2007results.html.
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