Direct student services focus on curriculum interventions that strengthen college preparedness and increase the number of Hoover student admissions to SDSU and other 2-year and 4- year universities.
Teacher Professional Development in English
Language Arts and Math
Services Supporting Teachers:
- Specialized and innovative approaches to ongoing Professional Development: with in class support and pull outs
- Model to promote a Rhetorical Approach to Reading and Writing in middle school and high school
- School site visits by SDSU faculty , graduate students and support staff during the academic year
- SDSU Student Teacher block City Heights /Linked Learning Cohort
- Coordination with SDUSD Instructional leaders and SDUSD Area Superintendent
Services Supporting Students
- After school academic tutoring in English and Math at Hoover
- Saturday workshops and extended learning for grades 6-12
- Middle school Algebra Intervention
- Comprehensive Mentoring
We collaborate with partners and agencies that provide health and human services for all of our students and families.
Social Work Centers at each school follow a community school-based model. These centers partner with the Schools of Social Work at SDSU, USC, and Point Loma Nazarene to supervise interns at schools to expand services provided.