Thursday, December 19, 2019

MCC Giving Program.... Food Drive.... Run by Advanced Math Group

The Food Drive is always a great success and wonderful way for Hope Families to give back folks in our community.    The Advanced Math group ran the Food Drive - they collected the goods from each classroom, counted them and then calculated the per capita.  They posted the information on a GRAPH in the hallway with an update once per day.   The classroom that brought the most items PER CAPITA was Mrs. Spencer's Homeroom class.  Way to Go!

Sixth Grade Students Aurora and Solomon delivered the items to the Hope Memorial Community Center
for their annual field trip to the center. 
Thank you to Mrs. Kiebert for advising the students and coordinating all the efforts.
Thank you to all our families and students who give!
It means a lot to others during this season. 



Monday, December 16, 2019

Recognizing our Veterans is always a very Special Event!

We Love Our Veterans 
from all the branches of the U.S. Military! 
Thank you for all you have done and continue to do in service to our wonderful country. 
Your sacrifices are greatly appreciated.  
Our students sang and danced for our Veterans Day Celebration. 

Mrs. Tuttle's and Mrs. Petersen's students performed a dance. 

All Hope School students sang, "American the Beautiful" to our Veterans in the audience.  

Schoolwide and Partners in Education: Family S.T.E.A.M. Night: "Out of this World"


Here are some details from the evening event.
  • We had 10 engaging S.T.E.A.M. stations with a few filler stations in case families completed 1 of each. 
  • Trinity at the Beach (Michelle & Walter) catered a delicious baked spaghetti dinner with salad and bread as well.  Yum! Yum! Yum! 
  • The family survey results were all very positive.  Thanks for giving us your thoughts.  
  • Attendants: 65 adults, 61 students, 16 younger sibs, and 11 jr/sr high sibs making up 45 families!
  • Volunteers: 6 community members, 11 staff members, 11 jr/sr high school students, and eight 6th grade students!
  • Grand total of (about) 180 people! wooohooo!

  Many, many thanks to all our volunteers!  It really was a fun night. 

Creating an L out of certain shapes to repair a satellite. 

Families working together ... problem solving and communication 

Hey, this is FUN! 

Hum, let me think about this.... 

Who would have thought programming (writing code) to make a little ball follow a design would be SO MUCH FUN!
Love a challenge! 

This is great.... dad and son working on a building project. 

Yep! That's how it's done! 


What are we supposed to do? 

Now, that's interesting.  

Winner, Winner: What do I want?  They all look so cool!



BUZZ! Buzz! The buzz is in the air.....Spelling BEE

On the afternoon of Friday, December 13th the grade level Spelling Bee took place and here are our finalist that will continue onto the District Spelling Bee on 
Thursday, January 26, 2020! 

Fourth Grade 
1st ~ Kane Van Stone
2nd ~ Sophia Walker
Fifth Grade
1st ~ Liam Davis
2nd ~ Damian Swales
Sixth Grade
1st ~ Roxanne Ryan-Downing
2nd ~ Solomon Holderman 



Alternate Students for the Spelling Bee 
Fourth: Sam Konsbruck
Fifth: Mercy Whitlock
Sixth: Aurora Lane 


Monday, December 2, 2019

Homeroom 4-6 Mrs. Majors


Celebrating Accelerated Reading Goal Achievers and two Dojo High Point Earners
in Mrs. Majors' Homeroom Classroom

Keep Up the Great Effort!  Yahoo!









Mrs. Klieber, Hope School Counselor, and the Sixth Grade students

Sixth Grade students are learning how to work together as a team and increase their communication skills to solve problems.  







Fish and Game Coloring Contest: The Winner is?

First Grader: Bria Gors Winner of the Fish and Game Coloring Contest