About Us

Troy Todd

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Troy Todd Principal troy_todd@hcpss.org 410-313-8066
Mr. Troy Todd has over twenty years as an educator in the Howard County Public School System, with fourteen years as a school based administrator. Mr. Todd began his teaching career at Dasher Green Elementary school in Columbia, MD. He then went on to Worthington Elementary School in Ellicott City, MD. Mr. Todd was honored to serve as Assistant Principal and then Principal at Running Brook Elementary School in Columbia, MD for the past fourteen years. Prior to becoming a teacher, Mr. Todd earned a Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education from Morgan State University and earned a Master in Education from Loyola University. He has held various leadership positions in Howard County and as a teacher proudly earned the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Math Teacher of the Year award, and was also named the 2017 Washington Post Distinguished Principal of the Year for the Howard County Public School System. For his steadfast commitment to the community, Mr. Todd was named the 2017 NAACP Platinum Award recipient. When he’s not watching the Eagles play football, Mr. Todd loves to travel, spend time with his wife and son, and play basketball. Hanover Hills Elementary is dedicated to helping each student reach their fullest potential! Mr. Todd is so excited to continue on his journey at Hanover Hills and combine all of his unique academic endeavors, as well as life experiences, to help build and create a model educational program at Hanover Hills Elementary School.

Wendy Kanter

Wendy Kanter Assistant Principal wendy_kanter@hcpss.org

School Overview

School Profile: Hanover Hills Elementary School
Fast facts about Hanover Hills ES listing special programs, total enrollment, accomplishments and more.
 
Hanover Hills Elementary School is a two-story building designed to accommodate 788 students in Pre‑Kindergarten through Grade 5. The school is adjacent to Thomas Viaduct Middle School in Oxford Square, a Howard County "Green" neighborhood.   
 
All classrooms are located on exterior walls with windows and are self-enclosed. Each grade level has its own distinct area.  
 
Building highlights include:
Outside classroom areas consisting of both an amphitheater and a gazebo.
Special Education spaces on each floor integrated for convenience to all grade levels.
A skylight that allows natural daylight to brighten the two-story, fully enclosed Media Center and the rooms surrounding it. 
A fine arts corridor on the second floor that includes both the art studios and music rooms.
Electric lighting controlled by occupancy and responsive to daylight. 
 
Green Learning Environment
Natural daylight.
Enhanced classroom acoustics. 
Improved indoor air quality.
Thermal comfort. 
Opportunities to integrate green features into the school's curriculum. 
Reduction of negative impacts on human health and the environment through the conservation of energy, water and material.
 
Hanover Hills Elementary School is the latest example of HCPSS’ commitment to sustainability, as recognized in Policy 6080. The school system is working toward earning a U.S. Green Building Council LEED “Gold” designation for the HHES building. 
 
HCPSS is one of only two school systems in the state to pursue all new school construction and full systemic renovations to be LEED “Certified” or better.

 

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School Profile: Hanover Hills Elementary School
Fast facts about Hanover Hills ES listing special programs, total enrollment, accomplishments and more.

MSDE School Report Card
The Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) School Report Card reflects overall school performance using a combination of academic and school quality indicators.

Community Superintendent

With a focus on instruction as a birth-through-graduation continuum, Community Superintendents better position the school system to support students throughout their entire journey with HCPSS. View community superintendents by regional area.

Acting Community Superintendent Area 2: Jonathan Davis

Board of Education Representative

Howard County public schools are divided into school clusters, which are assigned to individual Board members to facilitate school visitations, attend special events, and provide a point of contact for each school community. View all BOE school cluster assignments.

HHES BOE Representative: Jolene Mosley