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Now accepting applications for certified K-5 Teachers and a Part-Time Instructional Assistant. Please see Resources tab, then Employment Opportunities for more details. 


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Our uniform policy consists of: white, light blue, or navy blue collared polo shirts, and navy or khaki colored khaki style pants.  All shoes should be neutral in color with no excessive sparkles or bright colors. Shirts should always be tucked in and only brown or black belts are allowed.  Girls have the option to wear white, cream, or navy tights with skirts/skorts.  We want our student leaders to be neat and tidy in appearance at all times.  Uniforms can be found at Old Navy, Target, and other department stores. 

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Welcome to Hope Charter Leadership Academy

Message from Principal Fleming

Welcome to Hope Charter Leadership Academy
Greetings, 

The faculty and staff of Hope Charter Elementary are looking forward to an energetic, rewarding, and successful year of learning and leadership.  Our school is building rich traditions, and developing an outstanding reputation about our emphasis on leadership and our extensive wrap around support from the community. 

As we implement our new leadership focus while becoming the first Leader In Me Charter school in Raleigh, NC, we recognize that in order to be successful our children need support in leadership and academics in order to be prepared as 21st century learners.  We also know that it is imperative that an effective partnership between teachers and parents is accomplished as it makes a great difference in supporting your child's education.  I would encourage each parent/guardian to stay active in your child's education.  I certainly realize that many of us lead busy lives, and it is often difficult to volunteer at school.  However, taking just a few minutes in the evening to read to your child, talk with your child about school, or simply see that your child is organized for the next school day can have amazing benefits. 

 

Sincerely,
Clarissa Fleming
Principal 

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