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Attention Juniors and their parents/guardians:

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DANIEL HAND HIGH SCHOOL
286 Green Hill Road
Madison, CT 06443
(203) 245-6350


Daniel Hand High School
Daily Time Schedule
PERIOD Warning Bell at 7:20
1 7:25-8:27 (62)  
2 8:31-9:36 (65) The first 3 minutes of the period are reserved for announcements
3 9:40-10:42 (62) 3B lunch 10:11-10:42 (31)
4 10:46-11:48 (62) 4A lunch 10:46-11:17 (31) 4B lunch 11:17-11:48 (31)
5 11:52-12:54 (62) 5A lunch 11:52-12:23 (31) 5B lunch 12:23-12:54 (31)
6 12:58-2:00 (62)  
Holiday & Inclement Weather - Early Dismissals - 11:30 a.m.
Delayed Opening - 9:25 a.m.

Class Officer Candidate Statements:

Class of 2017

Class of 2018

Class of 2019

  

Class of 2020 Parent/Guardian Transition Meeting PowerPoint

Information for Upcoming State Tests:

SAT Family Brochure 

The price of the yearbook is $85.00.  Please see Mr. Young or Mrs. Johnson to receive your copy.

2016-2017 Program of Studies

2015-2016 Program of Studies

DHHS Newsletter - Winter 2016

DHHS Newsletter - Fall 2015

DHHS Newsletter - August 2015

Mission Statement

Our primary purpose is to graduate successful life-long learners who are responsible citizens in the global community. Daniel Hand High School students, in collaboration with educators, parents, and the Madison community, will develop as motivated, self-reliant, creative, and ethical individuals who respect differences in others.

Core Values and Beliefs Statement:

The Daniel Hand High School community believes that the mission of our school is to support all students by providing them with challenging educational opportunities which will prepare them to be globally aware citizens of the 21st century. To succeed in this mission, we recognize that our students must demonstrate competence in oral and written communication; understand effective and responsible use of technology; and develop critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity. In addition, it is critical that our students respect and contribute to the diverse, multicultural community and international community in which they live.

We are committed to the following:

  • All students meet or exceed high performance standards in rigorous core and related arts programs.
  • All students will have access to appropriate programs and services.
  • All students will be provided opportunities to learn in a safe and secure school facility.
  • All students will respond to success and failure with reflection and resiliency.
  • School facilities and instructional resources will support 21st century learning and enhance educational experiences for all students.
  • All students will be supported in learning environments that foster a climate of respect for all.
  • Staff and administration will create and encourage student participation in activities that foster students' wellness and physical health.
  • All students will benefit from support services delivered in a student-centered school that addresses social-emotional development and well-being.
  • All students and staff will benefit from collaboration and partnership with civic, business, higher education, and other community groups and resources.


Learning Expectations and Rubrics


More Calendar Events

  • May 2016
    • 05-02 AP Testing Begins
    • 05-03 PTO Meeting 8:00 AM to 9:30 AMLMC Classroom
    • 05-06 Senior Auction DAH
    • 05-07 SAT Testing
    • 05-07 SAT Testing 7:30 AMDHHS
    • 05-12 Band Concert 7:30 AMDAH
    • 05-12 Art Show 6:30 PMDHHS Bridge
    • 05-17 Early Dismissal

      Professional Development

      School Hours


Principal - Anthony R. Salutari, Jr.

Assistant Principal - Brian M. Bodner

Assistant Principal - Cynthia Schneider


Main Office - 203-245-6350
Attendance - 203-245-6355
Health - 203-245-6370
Guidance - 203-245-6360
Fax - 203-245-6356
Athletics - 203-245-6366


K-12 Art Show

K-12 Art Show

April 5, 2016


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