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Hoover High School

Hoover High School: A Tradition of Excellence

Main Office 330-497-5620 Attendance Office 330-497-5607

                                                                                    

                                                                           

Hoover High School is the culminating educational experience for North Canton students, the place where students gain knowledge and perspective to help them succeed in their transition to adult life.

Our strong academic programs deliver today’s critical skills to our students as they move on to their young adult life after high school. They graduate with a competitive advantage, better equipped to continue education in college, enter a career or go on to serve our country in the military. Hoover High School is ranked as one of the best high schools in Ohio and in the nation by U.S. News & World Report.

 

 

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Senior Incentive Plan 2019
Seniors who maintain high academic standards and exceptional attendance may earn the option to be exempt from second semester course exams in both year-long and semester courses.
 
Senior Incentive Plan
The following requirements must be met in order to be exempt from the exam for a course:
“A” average for the semester and no more than 4 excused absences during the semester.
“B” average for the semester and no more than 3 excused absences during the semester.
“C” average for the semester and no more than 2 excused absences during the semester.
If a student meets the specified requirements and elects to be exempt from a course exam, then his/her second semester course grade will be determined by averaging the 3rd and 4th nine week grades.
 
To be considered for the exam exemption:
All absences must be excused. Independent study days and school related absences (i.e. – school field trips, academic or athletic absences excused by the Hoover Athletic Office) are the only absence types not counted towards the total number of student absences. All other excused absences during the second semester will be counted towards this incentive plan.
Note:
Every 3 tardies to a class count as 1 absence from that class.
 
A student will be required to take the second semester course exam if any of the following occur:
has a “D” or “F” average for the semester
 
 - has an unexcused absence during the semester (regardless of course grade)
- is suspended during the second semester
 - is assigned to ISI during the second semester
- exceed the number of excused absences allotted for your course grade
- Please remember, doctor appointments, college visits, and other excused absences count towards your total.
 
With approximately one week remaining in the school year, teachers will notify students of their standing in regards to grades and attendance. This is to serve as a benchmark, so seniors are aware of their possible exemption. Final determination will be based on grades and attendance up to and including the final day of the 4th nine weeks.
 
If a student who is exempt from an exam elects to take the exam in an attempt to improve his/her overall course grade, he/she may, but the exam grade will be incorporated into the final course grade regardless of whether or not the exam grade meets the student’s expectations.
 
Important Senior Information
To: Senior Parents and the Class of 2019
 
The excitement and anticipation continues to grow for our seniors. High school commencement is one of the most important milestones in our lives, and Sunday, June 2nd will soon be here. This letter will provide you with several important dates to guide both students and parents during the remaining months.
 
May 9 - Senior Recognition Assembly 6:30 p.m. Hoover Hall
 
May 20 - Senior Class Meeting 7:30 a.m. Hoover Hall
                 Senior Class Breakfast 8:00 a.m. Commons
 
May 21 – 23 - Senior Exams
 
May 24 - Senior Exams (Makeups)
 
May 25 -  Junior/Senior Prom  La Pizzaria, 3656 Dressler Rd NW, Canton, OH 44718
 
May 31 -  Commencement practice 11:00 a.m. Canton Memorial Civic Center
          In order to participate in commencement, a student must be present at practice.
 
June 2 - Commencement 2:00 p.m. Canton Memorial Civic Center
                Students must arrive by 12:00 p.m.
                Canton Memorial Civic Center, 1101 Market Ave. N., Canton, OH 44702
 
All students, especially the senior class, must continue to be positive role models in and outside of the classroom. Being a participant in commencement exercises is a privilege that is extended only to seniors who are in good standing, which is defined as follows:
Completing all 20.0 required credits of coursework as dictated by the North Canton City Schools Board of Education and the Ohio Department of Education.
Earning one of the state required pathways (Ohio’s state tests, Industry credential and workforce readiness, or College and career readiness tests).
Maintaining high levels of attendance and positive behavior.
 
Best wishes for a GREAT final semester of school!
Sincerely,
Mr. Bornstine
Principal
Hoover High School
 
CHILD FIND
Each year school districts throughout Ohio participate in an effort to identify, locate an evaluate all children with disabilities, birth through 21;  for
age birth to 3, an established condition known to result in delay or documented developmental delay; for ages 3 through 21,identification of one or more of the following conditions: Autism Spectrum  Disorder,developmental disability, deaf-blindness, hearing impairment-including deafness, intellectual disability, multiple disabilities, orthopedic impairment, other health impairment, emotional disturbance, specific learning disability,speech or language impairment, traumatic brain injury and/or visual impairment- including blindness. Parents are not always aware that there are programs and services available for children identified with a disability. If you know of a child who may have one or more of the above suspected disabilities, includingpreschool age children, please contact the Special Services Office at (330) 497-5665.
 
Take Back Drug Week
In conjunction with Red Ribbon Week (October 22-October 26), we want to make our
community aware of another initiative, Take Back Drug Week. In cooperation with North Canton
Police Department, our district would like you to know that there is an official drop off box
located at the North Canton City Hall 145 N. Main St., (Enter parking lot off Ream Ave. NW for
entrance to City Hall/ Police Department) North Canton, Ohio 44720. During this week, please
take the time to dispose of your expired and unused prescription and over-the-counter (OTC)
medications and properly dispose of them at the drop-off box. The drop off box is accessible
(24/7) and is located inside the back door of city hall and the police department. Any
medications can be dropped off except liquids. This is the only exception.
Research shows that early experimentation and abuse often happens with medications that are
available in your own home. Please use this week as an opportunity to have conversations with
your children and limit accessibility by disposing unused medications. North Canton School
District wants to work with all our parents to keep our students healthy, safe and drug-free!

525 7th Street NE
North Canton, Ohio 44720-2012
Main Office Phone
Phone:  330-497-5620

Fax:  330-497-5606 
 
To report a student absent, call the
Attendance Office at 330-497-5607
Administration
 
Mr. Eric Bornstine
Principal
eric.bornstine@northcantonschools.org
 
 
Mr. Henry Householder 
Associate Principal
henry.householder@northcantonschools.org
 
 
Mr. Tom Oakes
Associate Principal
tom.oakes@northcantonschools.org
 
 
Mr. Robert White 
 
 
 
Mr. Tim Walker
Athletic Director
Main Office Staff
Amy Taylor
Main Office Secretary
taylora@northcantonschools.org
 
Dawn Thomas
Main Office Secretary
 
Patti Hare
Secretary 
 
Phone 330-497-5620 
Attendance Office Staff
Mrs. Katie Wolff
Attendance Office Secretary 
 
330-497-5607 
School Nurse
Brenda Ramey
School Nurse
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