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Click here to view the PowerPoint slides from the Senior Parent Night presentation on September 14th.

The PSAT/NMSQT Test will be administered on October 13th. Please click here for registration instructions and information.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

Click here for the 2021 PSAT/NMSQT Student Guide.

New Jersey Department of Education

Family Guides to Support Learning Resources

​​​​​​​​​​​​​High School Language Arts- English​

High School Language Arts- Spanish​​​​​​​

High School Mathematics- English​​​​​​​

High School Mathematics- Spanish

2021-2022 Curriculum Bulletin​​​​​​​

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​How COVID-19 has Changed the College Admissions Ritual in New Jersey​​​​​​​

Family Partners of Morris and Sussex Counties​​​​​​​

Virtual Northeast College Fair​​​​​​​

Senior Transcript Request Deadlines

College Deadline Guidance Deadline

October 15 September 24

November 1 October 12

November 15 October 25

December 1 November 1

December 15 November15

January 1 December 3

Phone: 973-887-4963 Fax: 973-884-2210 C.E.E.B. Code: 311614

Guidance & Counseling Department Staff

Scott Maciag,  District Supervisor of Guidance

Sibila Dubac, Dept. Coordinator / Counselor / SAC

Vanessa Cordeiro, School Counselor

Eric Shore, School Counselor

Jennifer Weber, School Counselor

Pam Antoniello, Secretary

Mission Statement

The mission of the School Counseling and Special Services Departments in the Hanover Regional High School District is to help all students reach their highest academic potential, set post-secondary college and career goals, and maintain positive social, emotional, and character development. The departments work to make their office suites supportive and welcoming environments. Counselors and case managers collaborate with parents/guardians, teachers, administrators, and the community to provide a comprehensive support system that meets the varied needs of students. 

Counselor Roles and Responsibilities

Counselors are available to assist students with academic planning, college and career goals, and personal/social development. Counselors collaborate regularly with teachers and are available for conferences with parents/guardians. Please reach out to your counselor via phone or email if you have questions or would like assistance.

The counselors at Whippany Park are fully qualified to help students with the following:

  • exploration of personal, college, and career goals and how to achieve them

  • transition from middle school to high school

  • development of successful work and study habits

  • development of peer relationships

  • personal/social development

  • strategies for healthy decision making and problem solving

  • comfort in times of crisis

  • referral to community resources when necessary