Hoover High

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Health Office Team

Hoover High School Virtual Health Office

IMPORTANT UPDATE!

COVID-19 VACCINES WILL BE AVAILABLE AT HOOVER

ON MAY 10 & 11

SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION!

Welcome to the Hoover Health Office. We want all of our Hoover students and families to know that we are here to serve them. The distance learning environment has prompted the health office staff to develop this online resource. This website serves to assist students, families and staff to connect with health office staff and resources. The Hoover Health Office is a Safe Space and all who enter here are accepted and respected with open hearts.

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Your School Nurse is: Candace Gyure, RN, RCSN, MSN

Nurse Zoom Office Hours: By Appointment Only: Please call or email for more information.

Additional Contact Information:

School Nurse Email: cgyure@sandi.net

Hoover Nurse's Temporary Phone: 858-769-9161

Hoover Main Office Temporary Phone: 619-790-4447

Hoover Health Office Fax: 619-344-4647 (Fax checked periodically)

Your Health Technician is: Sharon Hackett

Sharon has been at Hoover High for eight years.

Health Technician Office Hours: By Appointment Only: Please call or email for more information.

Contact Information:

Heath Technician Email: shackett@sandi.net

Hoover Health Office Phone: 619-344-4538

(Voicemail is checked regularly, please leave a contact number)

Hoover Main Office Temporary Phone: 619-790-4447

Hoover Health Office Fax: 619-344-4647 (Fax checked periodically)

If nurse or health technician are unavailable, please contact:

Cluster Coordinator: Lisa Olmos RN, RCSN, MSN

Phone: 619-988-6878

Email: aolmos@sandi.net

Website: https://sites.google.com/sandi.net/crawfordhoover-cluster/home?authuser=2


Health Office Contact Request

If you would like to be contacted by staff from the Hoover Health Office, please complete this form. Staff are happy to help you. Be sure to answer all questions and someone will contact you as soon as possible. Please note: for Spanish, you will be contacted by a staff member providing translation assistance.

Si desea que el personal de la Oficina de Salud de Hoover se comunique con usted, complete este formulario. Ambos estarán felices de poder ayudarte. Asegúrese de responder todas las preguntas y alguien se comunicará con usted lo antes posible. Tenga en cuenta: para español, un miembro del personal se comunicará con usted para brindarle asistencia con la traducción.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf7W96NQv9Yj6Xn1QMFsmDGUDEykMDNhHodMG8AmXCQiUW9Jg/viewform

COVID-19 VACCINES AVAILABLE AT HOOVER MAY 10 & 11

(Spanish version available on page #2 | Versión en español disponible en la página #2


May 4, 2021


Dear Cardinal Students, Families, and Supporters!

I hope this message finds you and your families well and healthy. I want to provide you with some updates, including access to the COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine at Hoover High School.

COVID-19 Vaccination Site at HOOVER!

ALL Information can be found at this link and summarized below

https://sites.google.com/sandi.net/nursingwellness/covid-19-vaccine?authuser=0

UCSD will be providing the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination next Monday, May 10, and Tuesday, May 11 (from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM), to all students, families, and community members who are over the age of 16 years old. The vaccination site will be in our beautiful new theater. Students under the age of 18 will need to bring a completed parent consent form to the vaccination site. We are mailing out these consent forms to families/guardians who have at least one 16+ year old student in the household. The consent form can also be obtained below:


Access to this vaccine in our community is critical to helping slow the spread. As we are all aware, City Heights has been hit hard with tragedy over the last year. We welcome you and your 16+ year old child to become vaccinated at Hoover High School.

Update with on-campus learning

It has been amazing to see the kids who are on campus. I knew I missed them so much, and it’s great to have the heart back at Hoover. Students are doing an excellent job following all safety protocols and measures. Approximately 60% of our students have opted to return to campus and 40% are continuing to learn online full time. We know every family has to make the choice that is best for them, and our teachers are doing a great job to ensure ALL students feel like a part of the classroom community whether they are in-person or online.

As of today, students with an IEP, English Learners, ALL juniors and ALL seniors have access to attend in-person learning 4 days a week. Our freshmen and sophomore classes are the most full, so it’s likely that in classroom options for freshmen and sophomores who don’t have an IEP or are not an English Learner will stay at 2 days a week (last names beginning with A-L on Monday/Tuesday and M-Z on Wednesday/Thursday).

If you decide that you’d like your child to begin attending classes on campus, they are welcome to report to campus on their designated day. They will need to bring a completed “Acknowledgement of On-Site School Instruction Option,” that can be found by CLICKING HERE. We look forward to seeing them.

As always, I encourage you to visit our website at https://hoover.sandiegounified.org/ or call our office at 619-344-4500 if you have any questions or would like more information.

Hoo-Ryde!

Mr. Jason Babineau, Principal


4 de mayo de 2021

Estimados estudiantes, familias y amigos!

Espero que este mensaje te encuentre a ti y a sus familias bien y sanos. Quiero proporcionarle algunas actualizaciones, incluyendo el acceso a la vacuna de Pfizer contra el COVID-19 en Hoover High School.

Sitio de vacunación contra el COVID-19 en HOOVER!

UCSD proporcionará la vacuna de Pfizer contra el COVID-19 el próximo lunes 10 de mayo y martes 11 de mayo (de 8:00 AM a 4:00 PM) a todos los estudiantes, familias y miembros de la comunidad que sean mayores de 16 años. El sitio de vacunación estará en nuestro hermoso teatro nuevo. Los estudiantes menores de 18 años deberán traer un formulario de consentimiento de los padres completado al sitio de vacunación. Estamos enviando estos formularios de consentimiento por correo a las familias/tutores que tienen al menos un estudiante de 16 años o más en el hogar. El formulario de consentimiento también se puede obtener más abajo:

El acceso a esta vacuna en nuestra comunidad es fundamental para ayudar a parar la propagación. Como todos sabemos, City Heights se ha visto muy afectada por la tragedia durante el último año. Le damos la bienvenida a usted y a su hijo de 16 o más años para que se vacunen en Hoover High School.

Actualización con el aprendizaje en la Escuela

Ha sido increíble ver a los alumnos que están en la escuela. Sabía que los extrañaba mucho y es genial tener a nuestros alumnos de vuelta en Hoover. Los estudiantes están haciendo un excelente trabajo siguiendo todos los protocolos y medidas de seguridad. Aproximadamente el 60% de nuestros estudiantes han optado por regresar en persona y el 40% continúa aprendiendo en línea a tiempo completo. Sabemos que cada familia tiene que tomar la mejor decisión para ellos, y nuestros maestros están haciendo un gran trabajo para garantizar que TODOS los estudiantes se sientan parte de la comunidad del salón, ya sea en persona o en línea.

A partir de hoy, los estudiantes con un IEP, los estudiantes de inglés, TODOS los estudiantes del 11 y 12 grado tienen acceso a asistir al aprendizaje en persona 4 días a la semana. Nuestras clases de estudiantes del noveno y décimo grado son las más llenas, y por esa razón los alumnos solamente se presentarán 2 días a la semana (los apellidos de A-L los lunes/martes y M-Z los miércoles/jueves).

Si decide que le gustaría que su hijo comience a asistir a clases presenciales, puede presentarse en la escuela en el día designado. Deberán traer un “Reconocimiento de la Opción de Instrucción en el Plantel Escolar” completo, que se puede encontrar HACIENDO CLIC AQUÍ. Esperamos verlos.

Como siempre, le animo a que visite nuestro sitio web en https://hoover.sandiegounified.org/ o llame a nuestra oficina al 619-344-4500 si tiene alguna pregunta o desea obtener más información.

¡Hoo-Ryde!

Sr. Jason Babineau, Director



Food Resources

San Diego Unified Food Distribution Information:

Beginning Monday, August 31, we will open 82 school locations for students to pick up their breakfast and lunch. Students and parents/guardians can drive-thru or walk-up to any meal pick-up site to receive their breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, please visit the link below:

https://sites.google.com/sandi.net/covid19/resources/food-services

Feeding San Diego Food Distribution Information:

Feeding San Diego distributes more than 26 million meals a year across San Diego County in partnership with more than 300 local charities, schools, faith communities, meal sites and food pantries. All distributions that are open to the public are listed below, with possible restrictions noted. To find a distribution location near you, please visit the link below:

https://feedingsandiego.org/get-help/

Confidential Healthcare for Teens

Disclaimer: The webpages listed within the link below contain information about sexuality and have been reviewed and recommended by SDUSD. Secondary links or websites found on these recommended webpages have not been reviewed by SDUSD.

Sexual Health Resources and Clinics: Find your closest clinic for sexual health services by clicking the link below:

https://sandiegounified.org/cms/one.aspx?portalId=27732478&pageId=28709364

California Minor Consent Laws: In California, adolescents have the rights and resources to obtain reproductive healthcare. For more information on this topic, please see below.

Minor Consent Law Handout:

https://sandiegounified.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_27732394/File/Departments/Sexual%20Health%20Education%20Program/Student%20Support/Sexuality%20and%20Relationship%20Information/minor_consent_card.pdf

Minor Consent Law Videos:

http://www.yourhealthyourrights.org/

La Maestra Community Clinic Information

LaMaestra Community Clinic & School Based Health Centers:

Our on site, school based medical and dental clinics are not operating on the Hoover High School campus during distance learning. However, students and families can access LaMaestra Services by contacting them directly. Please see the link below for more information:

https://www.lamaestra.org/contact-us/default.html

Mental Health Resources

Hoover High School Resources: Rady Children's Outpatient and Mending Matters provide mental health services to Hoover students. Unfortunately, on site therapy sessions are not available during distance learning due to the COVID-19 public health crisis. However, providers with both Rady's and Mending Matters continue to provide services in other ways. Services are accessed through referrals made by our school counselors. Students and parents can contact their school counselor for more information and referrals. Please visit the Hoover Counseling Department's website at https://hoover.sandiegounified.org/counseling/counseling_department_academic_supports


COVID-19 & Mental Health: According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC): Public health actions, such as social distancing, can make people feel isolated and lonely and can increase stress and anxiety. However, these actions are necessary to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Coping with stress in a healthy way will make you, the people you care about, and your community stronger. For more information from the CDC on stress and COVID-19 visit the link below:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/daily-life-coping/managing-stress-anxiety.html#:~:text=Public%20health%20actions%2C%20such%20as,about%2C%20and%20your%20community%20stronger.

Crisis Resources: San Diego Unified has compiled a list of Crisis Support Services to address crisis situations including access to housing & shelter (Youth Shelters), sexual assault & abuse and suicide risk. For more information on resources visit the link below. Disclaimer: The webpages listed below have been reviewed and recommended by SDUSD. Secondary links or websites found on these recommended webpages have not been reviewed by SDUSD. :

https://sandiegounified.org/cms/One.aspx?portalId=27732478&pageId=28709357

Telephone/Text Resources:

Access and Crisis Line (888)724-7240 OR Text 741-741

Suicide Hotline (800) 273-8255

Immunization Information

Insurance Information

Insurance Enrollment

San Diego Unified School District has Certified Enrollment Clerks to help you enroll your child in Medi-Cal or Covered California insurance. To contact the district's Certified Enrollment Clerks (CEC), call (619) 571-3332 for additional information to qualify or contact the school nurse at your child's school. For more information, click the link below:

https://www.sandiegounified.org/departments/nursing_and_wellness_program/insurance_enrollment