HOPE Academy provides valuable programs and resources to help parents successfully support their students and engage in the larger school community.
Parents are equipped to engage in HOPE Academy’s unique school model through multiple parent training opportunities offered throughout the school year. Training sessions include topics on child development, parenting, learning, and curriculum.
Examples of training that is provided include:
- New Parent Orientation
- Parent Training Day
- Educational Workshops
- Coffee & Curriculum
The Connection Team is a group of parent volunteers who support newly enrolled families as they transition to a new school year, HOPE Academy and the University-Model® school.
The Moms Connect group facilitates opportunities for moms at HOPE Academy to connect, and encourage one another on a deeper level.
Throughout the school year, Moms Connect events include parent learning sessions, author/speaker brunches, moms night out, and casual open-forum discussions about parenting and school related topics.
MEN OF HOPE
The Men (dads) of HOPE was established during HOPE Academy’s first year. The goals of this group are to model service for our children, and provide encouragement to one another as fathers. The Men of HOPE facilitate weekly Bible studies for HOPE dads and other members of the community.
Each month, the Men of HOPE and their students meet for dinner and volunteer at a local assisted living residence. This group also coordinates our annual Field Day & BBQ lunch event that has become a well anticipated tradition on the last day of school.
Throughout our many parent programs, we look forward to partnering with your family!