• Our Mission

    “Provide every one of our students, every opportunity to
    achieve success, every day they are with us, no exceptions”

    Our Vision

    Empowering students to take control of their future by providing an education that inspires and enables them to develop an unshakeable belief in their own potential.

    Our Values

    Our Values are built on the Kids at Hope Framework with the following universal truths:

    1. Believe- Children succeed when they are surrounded by adults who believe they can succeed, no exceptions.
    2. Connect- Children succeed when they have meaningful and sustainable relationships with caring adults.
    3. Time travel- Children succeed when they can articulate their future in four domains rather than one (which is usually Education and Career):
      1. Home and Family
      2. Education and Career
      3. Community and Service
      4. Hobbies and Recreation



    Each class will have 20 students

    • Fun colored markers and sharpies
    • Kleenex
    • Hand sanitizer
    • First aid kit
    • An egg timer
    • Storage bins, baskets, and
    • Magazine files to keep students’ papers and work organized.
    • Velcro or magnetic strips
    • Crayons- Crayola brand only, please
    • Washable Markers
    • Goo Gone
    • Dry erase markers
    • Scissors for teacher
    • Student scissors
    • Stapler remover
    • Extra pencils and
    • Construction paper
    • Glue sticks- Elmer’s only, please
    • Bottled glue- Elmer’s only, please
    • Composition notebooks
    • Spiral notebook
    • Lined paper
    • Post-it notes
    • #2 pencils
    • Colored pencils
    • Colored folders for students
    • Erasers
    • Pencil top erasers
    • Clipboards to use when students need to be on the floor or moving around doing work.
    • Lap whiteboards for students to use
    • Dry erase markers
    • Gift cards to Wal-Mart
    • Clorox wipes



    Cafeteria Volunteer

    Breakfast 7:45-8:30 AM Lunch 11:00 AM-1:00 PM

    • Monitor the cafeteria during breakfast and lunch.
    • Help students with opening milk.
    • Clean tables, sweep and mop

    Classroom Volunteer

    • Work with small groups or 1:1 tutoring
    • Assisting with making classroom materials and copies for teachers Lead a classroom activity
    • Read to class


    • Help with marketing materials
    • Assist with media opportunities
    • Connect school with corporations or donors Hold 3rd Party fundraisers
    • Hold corporate drives for school donations Help with ECA tax credit drive
    • Invite friends and corporations to the school for a tour

    Mentor a Student

    • Each adult will be matched with a student by the instructional leader
    • Work with students on academic goals
    • Mentoring must occur during school hours
    • Commitment is 2 hours per week/ twice a month

    Office Volunteer

    • Answer Phones
    • File paperwork
    • Make copies for the office and for teachers
    • Putting together lesson plan materials and activities for teachers
    • Assist office staff with whatever tasks they need help with

    Playground Help

    Before School 7:45AM-8:00 AM Lunch 11:00 AM-1:00 PM

    • Organize games to play with students
    • Help monitor the playground to make sure all students are safe

Time Travel


    Healthy Snacks

    • Peanut butter crackers
    • Cheese crackers
    • 100% fruit snacks
    • Fruit cups
    • Animal crackers
    • Trail mix
    • Applesauce
    • Crackers
    • Bottled water
    • 100% fruit juice boxes

    Health Office

    • Clear calamine lotion
    • Chap stick
    • Assorted size band-aides
    • Rubber gloves
    • Children’s Tylenol and Ibuprofen
    • Assorted size zip lock bags
    • Neosporin



    • Assorted balls
    • Hula hoops
    • Jump ropes
    • Sidewalk chalk
    • Bubbles
    • Parachute