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Student Services

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Tammy Ladner

School Counselor

Last Names: A - G

Email: tammy.ladner@hancockschools.net

Phone: 228-467-2251 – Extension 4110

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Julie Rabert

School Counselor

Last Names: H - M

Email: jrabert@hancockschools.net

Phone: 228-467-2251 – Extension 4108

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Kim Martin

School Counselor

Last Names: N - Z

Email: kmartin@hancockschools.net

Phone: 228-467-2251 – Extension 4109

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Paula Lee

TST Coordinator/Graduation Coach

Email: plee@hancockschools.net

Phone: 228-467-2251 – Extension 4121

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Carla Lizana

College & Career Readiness Specialist

Email: carla.lizana@hancockschools.net

Phone: 228-467-2251 

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Angela Martin

Registrar

Email: amartin@hancockschools.net

Phone: 228-467-2251 – Extension 4130

FAQ

The District has a ‘no drop’ policy for scheduled classes. Students will be given the opportunity to make course requests for the upcoming school year during the second semester of the current school year. Teachers are employed on the basis of students’ course selections. Any schedule
changes after the first four days of the course will require approval from the principal.

Students officially designated as seniors interested in early release/work release must have passed all state mandated testing, have no NC’s for which seat time is required, be enrolled in regular academic classes, currently classified as 12th grader according to the handbook promotion policy, and receive counselor and parental approval.

  • Class of 2021
  • Class of 2022 or after

Students who meet the following criteria WILL be required to take state mandated End of Course (EOC) assessments for Algebra I, Biology I, English II, and U.S. History.

  • If the student attempted the subject Carnegie unit at HHS.
  • If the student attempted the subject Carnegie unit at a non-accredited school.
  • If the subject was studied through homeschooling.

Students who fit the following criteria WILL NOT be required to take state mandated End of Course (EOC) assessments for Algebra I, Biology I, English II, and U.S. History.

  • If the student earned the subject Carnegie unit at a non-Mississippi public school
  • If the student earned the subject Carnegie unit at an accredited private school recognized by MS Department of Education.

All students seeking to earn a traditional diploma must pass all MDE required End of Course (EOC) assessments before their graduation or meet the requirements of other options as outlined by the current MS Department of Education standards.

Students who do not obtain a passing score on an EOC assessment may use a concordance table provided by MDE to meet the graduation requirement. Each concordance table specifies the EOC scale score required with each final course grade to meet the graduation requirement. 

Students who do not obtain a passing score on an EOC assessment may also utilize another graduation option by taking the average of all EOC assessments and achieving a minimal average score of 646.

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