Welcome ToHoover Elementary School
Mission Statement & Points of Pride
Learning For All; Leaders For Life
Points of Pride
- Third-grade MStep scores exceeded county average in ELA and Math in significant subgroups
- Over 80% of first graders met or exceeded their RIT goals on Spring NWEA tests
- After school extended learning opportunities
- 4th-grade mentor program
- Invested in Bright Futures and Champions programs
- Partnerships with General Motors, HYPE, the City of Wayne
- Celebrate and Promote Leadership
- Peer Mediation Program
- Outstanding PTO events including the carnival, book fairs, dances, hot dog day, staff appreciation lunches and more.
- Empathetic students and parents working closely with the school to make Hoover a shining star
The Cost of Educating a Student
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Hoover Latest News
Hoover Elementary is teaching our kids about giving back to the community by hosting an event called Miracle on 4th Street on December 19th. There were craft tables to make holiday cards for various people that help our community and veterans that are overseas. A pop up "shop" gave gently used clothing to anyone who was interested in them. The PTO donated many books to keep, and there were various activities and raffles baskets hosted by community partners: the Family Resource Center, Bright Futures, Champions, KICKS Tae Kwon Do, Wayne Historical Museum, Wayne Baseball Association, and Books on the Ave. Of course, there were also our favorite Hoover traditions of cookie decorating (thanks to Chef Tony of the William D. Ford Career-Technical Center) and a special visit with Santa Claus!
Our 4th-grade teachers, Mrs. Morse, and Mrs. D'Amico teamed up with the robotics team at Wayne Memorial High School, the Bionic Zebras. The older students worked hard on building and programming a robot while the younger students explored the vast, creative universe of Lego building.
Our staff and parents worked together to make this a bigger and better event than we had our first year! The students and their families dressed up and trick or treated trunk to trunk.
Attendance Line: 734-419-2673
Student Hours: Full Day: 8:30 am - 3:20 pm
AM Half Day: 8:30 am -11:40 am