At Hope we are committed to providing the most qualified and dedicated teachers available.
We hold to the provisions of ESSA (Every Student Succeeds Act) for our teachers, special education and periodic standardized testing. In 2015, President Obama signed the “Every Student Succeeds Act” replacing “No Child Left Behind”.
ESSA is the main education law for all public schools. The law holds schools accountable for how students learn and achieve and requires all schools to provide an equal opportunity for students with special needs.
All of the HOPE teachers are committed to serving the HOPE students and are expected to:
- Come to school every day
- Help our students learn and grow
- Understand that learning is sometimes difficult
- Try their best to help our students overcome learning difficulties
- Help HOPE students attain success in the classroom
How We Teach
Because all students learn differently, HOPE believes that teaching should vary to meet these differences. At HOPE, our highly qualified, dedicated staff use a variety of teaching styles and strategies to help ensure all of our students have the necessary tools to be successful learners.
- Differentiated Instruction
- Hands-On Learning
- Technology Based: iPads, Laptops
- Problem Based Learning
As a public chartered school, every parent or guardian may request information on professional qualifications of each classroom teacher. All professional qualifications are on file in the school office.