Welcome Hoover Families
People To Know
|Assistant Principal -
|Assistant Principal -
Curriculum & Instruction
|Mr. Gabriel Baker
|Ms. Julia Coffa
|Ms. Shannon Erby
Grade-Level Counselors Will Change For the 2023-2024 School Year
|6th Grade Counselor
|7th Grade Counselor
|8th Grade Counselor
|Dr. Karen Green
|Mr. Andy Huang
|Ms. Angela Wong
|Ms. Renee Ashbaugh
|Beacon Site Coordinator of
After School Program
|Mr. Jeremy Lee
|Ms. Allison Bamaca
|Ms. Tina Huang
|Ms. Heather Rothaus
|Ms. Cecilia Nastor
|Ms. Shamika Gordon
|Ms. Thary Duong
|Mr. Fred Quinn
How to Get Involved
- Volunteer at Hoover
- Assist with special events like BBQs, school events for students and families
- Office assistant, e.g. help make teacher copies for classes, prepare flyers, mailers, etc
- Chaperone Field Trips
- and More!
- School Committees & Groups to Get Involved
- ELAC (English Language Advisory Committee)
- PTO (Parent-Teacher Organization)
- Help your child:
- Contact with Teachers, tutors, etc.
- Discuss student's performance
- Help your child through middle school
- Help your child be ready for high school
Public school busses are currently scheduled to pick up and drop off students in the Mission and Excelsior districts.
The 48 bus stops in front of Hoover at drop and pick up times. The L & M lines stop at West Portal Station just a five block walk from Hoover through a safe neighborhood.
Cell Phone Policy
Cell phones, smart watches, and bluetooth headphones must remain off and away from 9:20 AM until the dismissal bell. There is no exception to this rule. “Off” means powered down. “Away” means out of sight in a backpack or bag. Phones must not be visible and must be off at school.
From the first bell at 9:20 until the dismissal bell at 4:00 (or 2:15 on early release days).
Also during 0 period PE, in the LC before school, and during After School Programming
This includes lunch, all classes, and all passing periods.
Chromebook Replacement Policy
If a student's first Chromebook is lost or damaged and cannot be repaired at Hoover, the student will receive a replacement device after their parent/guardian has been contacted by the school. They will receive this replacement regardless of fault.
If the second Chromebook is lost or damaged and cannot be repaired at Hoover, the student will not receive another replacement for the entirety of the school year, regardless of whose fault it is that the device is not working.
The student will use loaner devices in their classes and will still not be permitted to use a personal device on campus for school work. They are still expected to complete any work assigned outside of school. If a parent/guardian is concerned about their child’s ability to complete work outside of school, they must contact the school to see if other arrangements can be made.
Technology help can be requested by either the student or parent by using this form.
This page was last updated on March 23, 2023