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2014-15 School Supply List

Click here for our 2014-2015 School Supply List

 

Leadership Night

Mark your calendars! We will be having our first Leadership Night on October 2nd from 5:30-7:00 pm. Please join us for a family dinner along with a presentation from our student leaders and the PTO. We will be having fun leadership activities facilitated by our students for you to enjoy! 


Enrollment

Enrollment for the  2014-2015 school year has closed.  At this time we are accepting applications for our wait list.  If you are interested in attending and being placed on our wait list.  ENROLL ONLINE!  All families who are interested in our Academy are encouraged to take a tour of the school in order to learn more about what makes a unique.  Please contact the school at 919.834.0941. 


Uniforms Update

Students now have the option to wear: 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.  

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Welcome to Hope Elementary School

Hope Elementary Programs

At Hope Elementary Charter School, students learn a core knowledge base and develop essential life skills.  We strive to make sure students become proficient in traditional subject areas such as language arts, math, social studies and science.  We encourage students to learn how to ask questions, think critically, and reflect upon learning.  

Our extra curricular focus of our school includes technology, music, physical education, and art education.  We also have Motheread/Fatheread and the Y Learning Tutorial Program that is offered to our parents and students. 

The social curriculum is a major focus of our school.  This is our staring point each day as our students recite the Hope Creed prior to beginning their instructional day.  To live in community means that one needs to become skillful in knowing how to work and play with each other.  The language of negotiation and problem solving, of affirming and confronting, of apology and forgiveness, of expressing thanks and acknowledging need are all part of the life of the community.  A value for and a contribution by each member is essential for the community to thrive.  These skill not only for school, but for life as children belong to different communities as they grow. 

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