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Supervisor of Instruction
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Hanover Park Regional High School District
The Hanover Park Regional High School District is comprised of two high schools serving the communities of East Hanover, Florham Park and Hanover Township. This Morris County district has a combined total enrollment of 1600 students in grades 9-12.
2018-19 Administrative Positions
Supervisor of Guidance
Previous applicants need not apply
Supervisor of Instruction
English Teaching Cert. and Supervisor Cert. Required
2018-19 Teaching Positions
Biology - Tenure Track
English - Leave Replacement
September - January 2019
Italian - Leave Replacement
September - December 2018
Social Studies - Leave Replacements
September - January 2019
September - February 2019
Spanish - Leave Replacement
September - November 2018
Special Education - Leave Replacement

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The Hanover Park Regional High School District is comprised of two high schools. Hanover Park High School is located in East Hanover, receives students from East Hanover and Florham Park, and has an enrollment of 831 students. Whippany Park High School is located in Hanover Township, receives students from Hanover Township and has an enrollment of 656 students. The district enjoys a tradition of excellence with an ongoing commitment to academics, the arts, athletics and community service. Both schools continue to rank as one of the Top 100 High Schools in the New Jersey Monthly magazine. Combined, the schools administered 305 Advanced Placement exams with an average of 84% scoring a 3 or higher. Many district students achieved honors status from the College Board Advanced Placement Scholar Awards recognition program. Community service and character development complement each other at the schools. The Character Counts program supports the six pillars of character: trustworthiness, respect, responsibility, fairness, caring and citizenship. Students who exemplify these values are selected and recognized throughout the year. Many clubs and activities encourage and support student volunteerism such as: cleaning parks, partnering with senior citizens, partaking in hunger walks, sponsoring food drives, collecting educational supplies and clothing for the needy, organizing blood drives, and tutoring students. The staff and students maintain the school climate of a caring environment by initiating new community service projects each year while keeping with those that have become "tradition."