Students within the Hope Public Schools district are engaged in a number of activities as spring is right around the corner. Among their activities are:
Students in the ninth-grade social studies classes of Julia Beaver at Hope High School closed Black History Month studies with a series of portraits of iconic figures in Black history. Research required for the projects was completed and incorporated into presentations that emphasized the contributions of each iconic figure, such as the Michelle Obama portrait done by Rocio DeLaLuz Martinez.
Students in the Orientation to Teaching program at Hope High School were introduced to classroom settings in their first interaction with students at Clinton Primary School. The program prepares students for entry into college-level studies in education and programs such as Teacher Cadets that are designed to keep future teachers in Arkansas. Participating students of Mrs. Terri Hoglund were Jaleia Davis, Courtnee Ferguson, Taishima Moore, Jayma Rivera, Karen Villanueva, and Sylvia Villareal.
Hope High School senior students recently attended “Bridge Day” on the University of Arkansas-Hope campus to learn about the educational programs and opportunities available at UAHT. Hands-on demonstrations such as this in the medical professions program were also a part of the first encounter many of the students have had with UAHT.