Hoover School

Hoover School Hosts Open House

Open House events will be held on the third Sunday of each month May through October from 1 to 4 pm. Visit a restored one room school and view area historical artifacts, sign our black board, read alumni stories and receive a free brochure of the Hoover School’s history. Unique souvenirs are available for purchase. The school is maintained by the Clifford Township Historical Society and is located on Rt. 2014 midway between Rts. 106 and 247, Clifford Township. For more information, call Sandy Wilmot at 570.679.2723.







The Hoover School Renovation Project

The renovation project of the Hoover School started in November 2006 and was completed in the spring of 2009.

Tom and Dawn Brozonis, owners of the Hoover School, have made this project possible by leasing the school to the Clifford Township Historical Society for twenty five years.







The renovation project took a huge leap when volunteers ripped the old metal roofing and wood shingles from the school building. A dedicated crew of carpenters and helpers, sistered the rafters and replaced trim and fascia boards. A plywood roof was prepared for the installation of a metal roof. In keeping with the original look of the building, the new roof is a “wood shakes” style. Volunteers also cleaned up the grounds and school interior. The next step was painting the exterior of the building.







Many community volunteers have worked countless hours to bring the building back to life. Their commitment and time is priceless for without them the project could not be completed.







This project is funded in part with assistance from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Bureau of Recreation and Conservation. A Pennsylvania Heritage Areas Program grant is being provided to the Clifford Township Historical Society by the Endless Mountains Heritage Region, Inc.

Hoover School, Rt. 2014 midway between Rts. 106 and 247, Clifford Township

This web page announcement is funded in part by the Susquehanna County Room Tax Grant Fund and the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau. Application for this funding was submitted by the Clifford Township Historical Society, Inc.