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Night school is coming!

April Fool’s! This story is false!

Coming back from spring break, extended day will not be readily available for the time being because Hoover will be introducing night courses.

As part of Hoover’s commitment to provide multiple learning opportunities, they have worked on schedules that are suitable for faculty, staff, and students. This new course concept will help students who are credit deficient.  The night courses are as scheduled:

Monday thru Friday

  • Class 1 5:00 pm to 6:35 pm
  • Class 2 7:00 pm to 8:35 pm

Although Hoover first tried an extended day, it has been discovered that this method did not meet the demands they had expected. As a result, they have redirected their attention to the nighttime classes, in which they hope to receive high student engagement.  There will be a 25 minute dinner break.

These nighttime classes provide an opportunity for both self-growth and academic improvement. Hoover will remain dedicated to offer accessible and creative educational opportunities for all students enrolled. The Hoover staff encourages students to take advantage of the opportunity to start their educational path at their own level and availability as they continue to expand their selection of night courses and motivate them to do so. Even though day classes are still a part of their curriculum, Hoover believes adding night classes will improve the educational options even more and better meet the demands of student improvement.

Night classes provide students with the flexibility they need to pursue their educational goals without risking any obligations they have. Moving forward, Hoover is excited to start this new program and see all of its students succeed.

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Emanuel Cruz, Staff Writer

Emanuel Cruz is a junior at Hoover High School. He was born on April 13, raised in San Diego, California, by his parents who immigrated to live the American Dream. He has two older siblings but he will be the first one in his family to graduate from Hoover, as the class of 2025. He also has two cats that he treasures and loves. He doesn’t really have a plan after high school but does want to attend SDSU. He wishes to have a career and is inspired by both his sister and brother.

Outside of school he enjoys watching movies and of course playing video games. His current favorite movies are Everything Everywhere All At Once, Interstellar, and La La Land. As for his video games, they are Roblox, Good Pizza Great Pizza, and Mario Kart 8. But something else that he absolutely loves is FOOD! His favorite dish is chilaquiles with a cold glass of Iced Tea.

He hopes to work in the medical field, but can’t decide on which career. What he does know is that he wants to help people whether that be helping them physically or mentally. He is currently in FACES and in Cardinals Interact which are programs that will expose him to decide which career is the best option for him.