Students should visit the ELI contact at the school for all device repairs or device pickup. The ELI contact will submit a technology work order on behalf of the student. Parents/guardians will be notified of a fee for the repair.
Teachers should submit a technology work order for all device repairs (including K-2 classroom Chromebooks) and send in to the technology department via pony. See your school's ELI contact for more details.
School ELI Contacts
HHS Donna Smiley SPHS Josh Britnell/Betsy Thompson BMS Dana Ricks SMS Dominique Prince/Darlene Young RFBMS Justin Jones/Danelle Gordon BGIS Mia Baker/ Meghan Denson BPES Chelsea Bayko GES Michelle Brakefield GVES Shonterria Culpepper GSES Sherita Williams RES Dana Junkin RRES Aqila Malpass/Kelley Higey SMES Melissa Hadder/ Teresa Von Kanel DVES Nicole Stokes TCES Becky Edwards/Katie Owen SSCES LaRue Frederick
Hoover City Schools uses instructional technology as one way of enhancing the mission to prepare and inspire all students for lifelong success by teaching the skills, knowledge, and behaviors students will need as responsible citizens in the global community. Excellence in education requires that technology is seamlessly integrated throughout the education program. In an effort to increase access to those 21st-century skills, HCS has made it a goal to offer students a 24/7 accessibility to their learning through this “Engaged Learning Initiative” (ELI). The individual use of technology is a way to empower students to maximize their full potential and to prepare them for college and the workplace.