Chromebook Distribution Information

There will be a mandatory Chromebook presentation and distribution for all incoming freshmen on Saturday, August 8 in the Middle School Gymnasium. Students with last names A-L will attend the 9:00 AM ...

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Choir Sings at Busch Stadium

The Hancock HS and MS choirs , under the direction of Mr. Steve Elford, sang "Take Me out to the Ballgame" at a recent Cardinals game at Busch Stadium. Over 45,000 fans were on hand as our students ...

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HS Athletes Take Part in Unified Relay for Special Olympics

Members of the Varsity H Letterman's Club participated in the first ever Unified Relay Special Olympics Torch Run across America.  The Flame of Hope began in Athens, Greece earlier this spring and ...

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HPHS Welcomes New Assistant Principal

Mr. Joe Veldhuizen joins Hancock Place High School as Assistant Principal and A+ Coordinator. HPHS will benefit from his nine years as a math teacher and baseball coach. A Chicago native, Mr. ...

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“Tools for Teachers” recognizes Miss Branch

"What happens when kids get great teachers? Their world of possibilities open." This is the motto of the Weber Chevrolet "Tools for Teachers" program that honors St. Louis Area educators for the ...

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Free Nutritious Summer Meals!

Breakfast and lunch will be served from June 1st - June 24th in the cafeteria. Summer ...

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Library Awarded $2,000 Grant

The Hancock Secondary Library has been awarded the Nonfiction Collection Development grant for $2,000! This grant will help strengthen our science, technology, engineering and math content. The grant ...

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Students Honored at Capitol Building

Congratulations to the 14 seniors that were recently honored on the House Chamber floor at the Capitol Building in Jefferson City, MO for the "Glory of Missouri" awards. These awards were created to ...

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Senior Mike Noggle Wins First Place in Technical Drafting at SkillsUSA Competition!

Senior Mike Noggle recently attended the East District SkillsUSA Competition at Ranken Technical School and won first place in the area of Technical Drafting. He now continues on to the Missouri ...

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1943 Graduate in a League of Her Own

Audrey Kissel-Lafser, a 1943 graduate of Hancock High School, was on the field for the ceremonial first pitch of the 6/18 Cardinal game. Kissel-Lafser was being recognized as a member of the ...

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