Hoover Middle School

Providing our students with the supports, tools, and diverse opportunities needed to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world

HMS Is collecting socks starting october 1st
  • Mark your Calendars:

    PTA Meetings

    November 10th 6:30 PM

    February 10th 6:30 PM

    April 5th 6:30 PM

    May 3rd 6:30 PM

    HMS Cafeteria 

     

    Menu Change

    October 29th 

    Ghostly cheese & pepperoni pizza, dracula beans, skeleton mini carrots, spooky peaches, bat milk, & "EEK" Icee Juicee treat

     

    Picture Day

    Retakes November 19th 

    Fall picture day is here

      

     

      

     

    Early Release

    October 29th 

    12 PM

     

     

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  •  HMS Theme Days

    We encourage all students and staff to join in our school spirit days each week in order to build community spirit!
    Mondays - Wear Green or Hoover Gear day - show your Dragon spirit!
    Tuesdays - Dress it up!  Special head band, bow tie, a little extra glitz or flair if you please
    Wednesdays - Workout Wednesday! Wear your favorite workout gear and sneakers! 
    Thursdays- Kindness Day (wear kindness theme shirts, buttons, and/or extend extra kindness to others)
    Fridays - Wear gear from your favorite sports teams! 
     
    student in hms sweatshirtTwo teachers standing in front of a let's go bills signTwo teachers wearing kindness shirtsTeachers in their Sabres shirts
     

     HMS Staff Email Addresses

     

    Students are not permitted to use the playground until AFTER 4 pm as the elementary school is still in session. 

     
     
     
  • Look Familiar??? 

    These items are located in the lost and found in our cafeteria

    Lost and found items

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  • On October 6, in celebration of National German American Day, Hoover's German classes had a live Google  Meet with Eva, a German college student in Hannover, Germany.  German teacher Frau Crusan and Eva were matched up through the Meet-A-German Initiative coordinated by the joint efforts of Fulbright Germany and the American Association of Teachers of German.  Eva gave the students an overview of the German election process in choosing their new chancellor along with a lesson on German sayings.  There was a long Q & A session for students to ask questions.  Hoover's students were joined in the meet by Frau Crusan's classes at Franklin Middle and Kenmore West. 

     

    German students holding signsGerman students holding signs

  • The students in Frau Crusan's German 7 class celebrated the beginning of school in German style. They made Schultüten, which are decorated cones filled with sweets, toys, school supplies, books, stuffed animals, or anything else that will make the day more enjoyable. These cones are traditionally given to first graders on the first day of first grade to sweeten up the experience. These students were able to enjoy their first day of German. Check out the pictures below! 

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