Our students received a Red Carpet welcome!!
(photos were optional...by student choice)
Parents and caregivers - learn the basics of positive behavior support and ways to encourage good behavior! This free webinar will introduce positive behavior support, the ABCs of behavior, how to assess for function, and find a good replacement skill. We will discuss the importance of using person-centered tools to help people take action steps to reach their dreams and improve their quality of life.
After attending, you will be able to:
|No CEUs are available for this webinar.|
Zoom (a link for access will be sent upon registration)
November 4, 2020
Phone Number: 855-558-4296The PBS Program is funded through a grant with the WV Bureau for Behavioral Health.
My mission as Principal at Hannan Jr/Sr High School is to have every student to believe that they can achieve greatness in whatever field they choose to pursue in life. To make them believe that they can compete and win in any arena they choose because they have been given the skills and support from their high school to be competitive in a worldwide marketplace.
I will provide support and guidance to my staff and students to ensure that both receive the time and materials to achieve these goals. I will monitor the classrooms to ensure that the students receive the standards that are expected and be there for teachers to who take chances to go above the standards. I will also continue a process of taking input from the students who are preforming at all levels.
Stephen Pritchard, Principal
All males are required to register with the US Selective Service beginning 30 days prior to their 18th birthday and extending 30 days thereafter. Late registration is accepted up to the 26th birthday. Failure to register prior to reaching age 26 may result in unfortunate life consequences, including:
• Ineligibility for employment by the federal government, the U.S. Postal Service, and many state and local governments;
• Ineligibility to receive federal and, in some cases, state student financial aid;
• Ineligibility to receive job training under the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act;
• Ineligibility for security clearances; and
• Delay in citizenship proceedings.
For more information and/or to to register click here: https://www.sss.gov/Registration-Info/Who-Registration
Who needs a resume?
A resume provides a concise summary of your skills, abilities, and interests. It is often the first impression you make on a potential employer or recruiter. You want a professional resume that helps you stand out and that clearly shows your accomplishments and potential for success.
A resume can help you win a job, an admission, or a scholarship!
For expert tips on how to write a professional resume please check out the following guides from Resume Lab:
- High School Resume for College Application
- Scholarship Resumes
- Resume Examples for Teens
Resume Lab also provides expert information related to cover letters and career advice.
If you would like to take advantage of using Resume Lab to develop a professional resume without charge, please see Mrs. Blake for site log-in and password.
Available to staff and students of Hannan High School on Mondays from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm in need of care for acute and chronic illnesses or injuries to include the following: Ear & Eye infections, Sinus infections, Sore throat, Cold/flu, Minor wounds/abrasions, Wellness checks, Skin infections, Respiratory infections, Urinary tract infections and Sport physicals.
The following tests can be performed or order any additional testing if needed: Rapid Flu, Urinalysis, Wound/throat cultures and Strep screens.
Students MUST HAVE a consent form signed by a parent or guardian provided in our PVH Enrollment Packet
Staff needs a current insurance card and co-pays are collected at the time of service.
For further information contact PVH at 304-593-8822.
FERPA is a Federal law that is administered by the Family Policy Compliance Office (Office) in the U.S. Department of Education (Department). 20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99. FERPA applies to all educational agencies and institutions (e.g., schools) that receive funding under any program administered by the Department. Parochial and private schools at the elementary and secondary levels generally do not receive such funding and are, therefore, not subject to FERPA. Private postsecondary schools, however, generally do receive such funding and are subject to FERPA.
Once a student reaches 18 years of age or attends a postsecondary institution, he or she becomes an "eligible student," and all rights formerly given to parents under FERPA transfer to the student. The eligible student has the right to have access to his or her education records, the right to seek to have the records amended, the right to have control over the disclosure of personally identifiable information from the records (except in certain circumstances specified in the FERPA regulations, some of which are discussed below), and the right to file a complaint with the Department. The term "education records" is defined as those records that contain information directly related to a student and which are maintained by an educational agency or institution or by a party acting for the agency or institution.
FERPA generally prohibits the improper disclosure of personally identifiable information derived from education records. Thus, information that an official obtained through personal knowledge or observation, or has heard orally from others, is not protected under FERPA. This remains applicable even if education records exist which contain that information, unless the official had an official role in making a determination that generated a protected education record.
Under FERPA, a school is not generally required to maintain particular education records or education records that contain specific information. Rather, a school is required to provide certain privacy protections for those education records that it does maintain. Also, unless there is an outstanding request by an eligible student to inspect and review education records, FERPA permits the school to destroy such records without notice to the student.
For further information please click the link below.