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Spring 2014 Peace & Friendship Week


 

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Ask your kids about the computers they use at school.

We need to replace 300 over the next 18 months!



 

Problem of the Week

General Information

 

The Problem Of The Week is a weekly math competition.  A new problem will be posted every week.  The problem will be posted outside Mr. Robison’s door and on School Loop.  You can participate by coming up with a solution and submitting it to Mr. Robison.  Each week the winner will win a front of the line lunch pass, a HOOPLA award and a homework pass for your math class.  At the end of the year all of the winners will get to go on a field trip.

 

Please follow these guidelines while participating in the competition:

  • Students are expected to work on the problem independently.

 

  • Solutions must be submitted to Mr. Robison by Friday at 3:30.  You may submit solutions electronically through School Loop or physically by putting your solutions in the envelope outside Mr. Robison’s door.

 

  • Show all of your work, just submitting the answer will not be enough to win.

 

  • Neatness and organization are important, they will be a factor in determining the winner in case of multiple correct solutions.

 

  • It is very important to show and explain all steps that are a part of your solution.  It is likely that there will be multiple students who arrive at a correct answer.  The winner will be chosen based on elegant or clever solutions.  If you can solve the problem in multiple ways feel free to do so.  Some problems will have multiple parts.  You may submit a solution even if you did not complete all parts.

 

  • There is no limit to the number of times that a student may win, but homework passes are only allowed to be used once per week.

 

Congratulations to our  previous winners:

 

Aaron Liang (8th), Alicia Thurber (6th), Gavin Liang (7th), Gavin Liang (7th), Alan Su (6th), Jennifer Zacena (8th), Lianne Wong (7th), Muhammed Angeles (7th), Gavin Liang (7th), Emily Wong (7th), Eugene Kwong

 

Here is this week’s problem: 

 

Problem of the Week #32

 

My watch is 1 second fast per hour and Vasya’s is 1.5 seconds slow per hour. Right now they show the same time.  When will they show the same time again?

 



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An Important Message

from Mr. Stachon

 

EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY!

The north gate to school which is located at the top end of 14th Ave is for staff only.  

Because it is a narrow alley with no sidewalk or easement, the two way traffic is very dangerous for students walking in from the street.  Please drop your child off on the sidewalk outside the campus and have them walk to the gym or building.

If your child has a disability or is unable to walk, they are welcome to visit the counseling office to receive a parking permit. This will allow you to enter the upper lot until your child is able to walk onto campus.

Thank you for your cooperation in keeping all Hoover students safe!

Sincerely,

Michael Stachon,

Assistant Principal



 

Upcoming Parent/Guardian Events

 

April 21 -- PTA Meeting: Room B-12; 6:30 - 7:30

April 25 -- Hoover Open House & 6th Grade Orientation: 5:30 - 7:00

 

 



 

Upcoming Events

 

April 24 -- School Dance

April 25 – Hoover Open House 5:30-7:30

May 3 -- CMEA 12:00-3:00

May 8  -- Spring Band Assemblies

May 9 -- Spring Band Concert 7:30-9:00

May 29 – 8th Grade Graduation

May 30 – Happy Summer!



 

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Hoover Calendar

Today: 4/24/14
8:00 AM Full Band Rehearsal
6:00 PM Our Schools, Our Voices: Mapping the Way to Success! (preliminary findings)


 

News

Sessions on the New Assessment and Testing System
This spring, SFUSD students joined students across California and the United States to try out the new computer-based Smarter Balanced assessments, and beginning in the spring of 2015, students in grades 3-8 and 11 will take these asessments to me... Continue
Posted by: Kang-Yun Tsai
Published: 4/23/14

Register for the 2014 Plan on College! Program
Join SFUSD and UCSF on Saturday, April 26 at Martin Luther King, Jr. Middle School for , a free, one-day, annual event with workshops on attending college for eighth-grade students and their parents or guardians. Workshops in English, Spanish, and... Continue
Posted by: Kang-Yun Tsai
Published: 4/23/14

Register Early for High School Summer School
Do you need to make up or take classes to graduate high school? Our summer schools offer “a-g” courses for credit recovery and CAHSEE preparation, and Senior Graduation Summer School is available specifically for seniors who need gradu... Continue
Posted by: Kang-Yun Tsai
Published: 4/23/14