The Hancock Central School District has released lists of school supplies required for the 2019-2020 academic year. Click MORE below to see what your child needs for the new school year.
The Hancock Central School District honored its senior class one last time Friday night, June 28, as the 2018-2019 academic year officially closed with the 2019 Graduation Ceremony at the Hancock Middle School/High School Auditorium. Click to read more!
CBS This Morning gave our Class of 2019 salutatorian some serious facetime Thursday morning, June 20, as Erin Evanitsky spoke to the importance of choosing a military career after high school graduation.
Hancock High School YES LEADers taught third- and fourth-graders about the dangers of drugs and alcohol Thursday, June 13, at Hancock Elementary School.
Congratulations to Hancock High School junior Roger Newman III, who earned recognition from YES Safe Choices as its YES LEADer of the Month for May.
Congratulations to Hancock junior Brenna Gleim, who competed at the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Girls Golf Championships from June 1-2 at the Deerfield Country Club in Brockport.
Hancock High School chorus and band members took to the streets of New York City last week to see a Broadway show. Click "MORE" to read all about it!
Congratulations to senior Riley Ostrander on her selection as Hancock’s recipient of the 2019 DCMO BOCES Scholar Recognition Award.
An HCS graduate was recently arrested for drug-related charges. Specifically, the individual stands accused of possessing and/or attempting to distribute drugs within 1,000 feet of school property.
Congratulations to Hancock fifth-graders Emily Bolster and Quinn Rowe Jr., whose work is featured in the Upper Delaware River publication Water Snapshot 2019.
Hancock got into the spring sports spirit Thursday afternoon with an end-of-the-school-day “Clap Out” for juniors Brenna Gleim and Kelsey Young, as well as Hancock's representatives on the Deposit/Hancock baseball team.
Congratulations to Hancock High School seniors Trinity Crawson and Thomas Schoonmaker, honored Tuesday, May 28, by the Hancock Board of Education for excellence in academics.
Congratulations to Hancock junior Kelsey Young, who won the Section 4 Class D 2,000-meter steeplechase championship May 22 at Marathon!
Hancock High School Valedictorian Riley Ostrander and Salutatorian Erin Evanitsky will highlight the Class of 2019 Graduation Ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday, June 28, at the Hancock Middle School/High School Auditorium.
Congratulations to Hunter Oddo and Leah Wormuth, honored May 21 as the Hancock Community Education Foundation/Camp Hilltop Scholars of the Month for April.
Congratulations to Hancock High School juniors Lily Ogozalek and Emmi Rubera for earning a trip to the National Catholic Forensic League’s 2019 Grand National Tournament, which took place in Milwaukee over Memorial Day Weekend.
Sidney Federal Credit Union honored Hancock High School senior Thomas Schoonmaker with its SFCU Scholarship, presented Tuesday morning, May 28, in the high school guidance office.
Congratulations to Hancock senior Luke Resti, who has been accepted to SUNY Cobleskill and signed a letter of intent Friday to play baseball for the Fighting Tigers starting this fall.
The Hancock Central School District welcomed Randy and Cindy Whiting on Friday to talk about Justin’s Patriotic Project, a Hancock Community Education Foundation program that honors a Hancock High School graduate who died for his country.
Congratulations to senior Thomas Schoonmaker, who became Hancock High School’s first concurrent community college/high school graduate May 23.
Congratulations to Hancock sophomore Laycee Drake, who made the New York State Sportswriters Association Class C All-State First Team for the 2018-2019 girls basketball season.
The Hancock Central School District confirmed that its 2019-2020 Proposed Budget, the proposed Louise Adelia Read Memorial Library Budget, and propositions to purchase vehicles and establish a capital reserve fund for the acquisition of vehicles all passed after Tuesday’s voting at Hancock Middle School/High School.
Hancock Middle School/High School will be buzzing all day Tuesday as the Hancock community is invited to vote on the 2019-2020 Hancock Central School District Budget, elect Board of Education members, and attend the annual Spring Concert!
Hancock Middle School fifth-graders recently took a trip to the nearby Delaware River for some hands-on experience involving science and math.
MacKenzie Henry’s science class has been learning about cells and the human body at Hancock Elementary School.
The Hancock Central School District will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive from 10:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Friday, May 31 in the Hancock High School Gymnasium.
The Hancock Central School District Board of Education has approved the HCSD calendar for the 2019-2020 academic year.
Hancock High School will offer a new Career Readiness Course designed for seniors starting in the Fall of the 2019-2020 academic year. Click the "MORE" link below for more information.
Lourdes Mobile Dental Services will be featured during Hancock Elementary School’s Morning Program at 8:30 a.m. this Thursday, May 16.
The Hancock Central School District has released information on its 2019-2020 Proposed Budget. The Budget Hearing is set for 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 13, in the Hancock Middle/High School Auditorium. Budget Voting will run from 2-8 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, at Hancock Middle/High School.
The Hancock Central School District welcomed the Binghamton Devils and their mascot, Devil Dawg, on Friday, May 3, to recognize the academic achievements of Hancock elementary and middle school students.
The Hancock Central School District held special events Friday in honor of Read Across America Day on Friday and Dr. Seuss' birthday Saturday.
We would like you to know about the Momo Challenge and how to protect your family from this alarming social media challenge targeting children and young adults. This challenge surfaced in other communities several months ago and has caused concern among schools and parents across the country because of its disturbing nature.