Sister Diana Dolce, SSJ was invited to be a guest on Tony Infantino’s morning show to talk about Hope Hall, its mission, and some of its programs, including Hope Hall’s upcoming woodworking sale on WARM 101.3’s “Sharing the Warmth” segment.
In association with Hope Hall’s Hope Heroes Toast for Hope Gala, students explored the topic of Superheroes and Everyday Heroes in ELA, and what characteristics the two types of heroes
In the November issue of Hope Hall’s Newsletter, Sister Diana talks about the Dignity for All Students Act and how a culture of tolerance, acceptance, empathy, respect and hospitality help reduce violence and bullying.
Join us for Hope Hall’s in-person Woodworking Sale on Saturday, December 11 from 9 am – 3 pm that offers an amazing assortment of fine, hand-crafted wooden furniture, toys, decor and more! We will also have select vendors exhibiting as well.
Order your poinsettia’s by December 3rd to deck your home with beautiful flowers of the season!
Come along on this tribute in Motion to discover what community members said about the Heroes in their lives.
In October’s newsletter, Sister Diana Dolce focuses on the characteristic of Goodness and how important that is for the greater good of society.
The theme for this year’s Toast for Hope Gala is Hope Heroes. We are very grateful to the following companies and individuals for their support of our students and our
A delightfully staged “book tasting,” introduced Hope Hall students to a variety of genres of books and got them intrigued to read books about which they might never have known.
In September’s Newsletter, Sister Diana shares how, from the very first day at Hope Hall, she focuses students on the actions of Creating Community and on Developing a Language of