The Hancock Central School District will be closed until Wednesday, April 15, 2020.HCSD will deliver no-cost breakfast and lunch to all of its students until further notice. Click here for the latest information on Coronavirus and our District.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday that schools would remain closed until April 15, 2020, because of the Coronavirus pandemic, at which time the situation would be reassessed. Click to read more.
The South Central Regional Information Center offers technology support for Hancock Central School District families and students during school district closures. Click to find out how the SCRIC can help you.
Beginning Wednesday, HCSD will deliver no-cost breakfast and lunch to all of its students from 10 a.m.-noon weekdays (Monday-Friday) until further notice. Click for more information.
~ As of March 14, 2020 ~ Delaware County has declared a State of Emergency and ordered the suspension of classroom and extracurricular functions for all Delaware County public schools from 12 a.m. March 18 until 12 a.m. April 14. Click to read more.
Click for important information regarding updates pertaining to Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and the Hancock Central School District.
Providing a safe and nurturing educational environment for all students, employees and community members is our top priority. Click to see how the Hancock Central School District is taking Cornoavirus precautions.
While the Hancock Central School District does not have a confirmed case of COVID-19, we are aware of concerns in the community about the spread of this relatively new virus. Click to read more from Superintendent Terry Dougherty and find out how you can help.