Hoover Elementary School

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Principal's Message

  • Welcome, Hoover students and parents!

    It is my pleasure to help create a new Hoover community. It is exciting to have students come together from many different schools. We will celebrate our commonalities and learn about what makes us all unique individuals and learners.

    Carolyn Ceynar, Principal
    (319) 688-1110
    ceynar.carolyn@iowacityschools.org

Hoover News

  • Traffic Pattern for Drop-Off and Pick-Up

    Important instructions for making traffic go smoothly, efficiently, and most important, safely.

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  • Home School Look-Up

    The Iowa City Community School District is proud to present an online tool through which anyone can lookup attendance areas. To determine school attendance areas for a particular location, type that address into the search box in the top left corner. The system will auto-complete possible addresses. When you see the address you are searching for, click it. The map will update to show the elementary, junior high, and high school that location is assigned to. Each school will show a phone number and a link to the school's webpage where you can find more information about that school.

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District News

  • ICCSD Online Registration Information for In-District Families

    ICCSD Online is now accepting students for the 2021-2022 school year. If you would like to enroll your child in ICCSD Online, please complete the enrollment form using the link below no later than April 12, 2021. Important note: You will need to complete a separate form for each child you wish to enroll in the program.

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  • Conditions for Learning Student Survey

    The Iowa City Community School District is getting ready to administer an annual school climate and culture survey called Conditions for Learning to students in grades 3-12. This survey administration is required by the state’s plan to meet a federal law called the Every Student Succeeds Act. Our District will conduct the survey between April 5-May 28. All Iowa public school districts will use the Conditions for Learning Survey (Survey) to improve safety, student engagement and the overall learning environment so that all Iowa students have optimum conditions for learning. Our work to improve safety, student engagement and the overall learning environment will have a lasting impact on the future.

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  • Return-to-Learn Update (2/10/21)

    We look forward to welcoming students back to 100% on-site learning beginning Monday, February 15, 2021. The ICCSD PK-12 Online Learning Program will continue as normal. As a reminder, Friday, February 12, 2021, will be a ‘no school’ day for both on-site and online students, and there will be no Grab & Go meals on this day. Staff will utilize this time to prepare for the return to 100% on-site learning.

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  • ICCSD Announces Online School for 2021-22 School Year

    The Iowa City Community School District announced today the establishment of a permanent PK-12 online school, ICCSD Online. The school, which is free to any school-aged student in Iowa, is now accepting students for the 2021-22 school year. Iowa parents and students who are interested in enrolling in the program should visit the ICCSD Online website, www.iowacityschools.org/ICCSDOnline, or contact the school at ICCSDonline@iowacityschools.org.

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  • School Calendar Update and Enrollment Deadline Reminder

    The Board discussed the District’s upcoming transition to a 100% on-site learning model during a special Board Meeting on February 2, 2021. In order to better prepare for this transition, it was decided that Friday, February 12, 2021, will be a ‘no school’ day for students. Staff will utilize this day to prepare to welcome students back to 100% on-site learning on Monday, February 15, 2021. This includes aligning student services, building staffing plans, equipping buildings with necessary furniture, reviewing new health and safety protocols, and conducting building cleaning. The ‘no school’ day applies to both on-site and online students and will not impact the last day of the school year this June.

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  • Learning Model Update (1/29/21)

    On January 29, 2021, a bill was signed by the Governor requiring school districts to provide parents an option to send students to school five days a week. Due to this change in state law, the District will offer a 100% on-site option and a 100% online option (ICCSD PK-12 Online Learning Program). Effective February 15, 2021, the District will no longer offer the hybrid option.

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