This fall at Hope Hall, Ms. Tauriello started a Home Economics Program after school. This program takes place once a week after school, and lasts 8 weeks. The next session will start in January.
The cost of the program for fall is $25.00 per student. This program teaches students how to cook, clean, and sew, organization, vacuuming, washing dishes, how to set a table, and other everyday living tasks.
This new program is important is because there is a great need for our students to learn independent life skills and social skills. These skills are just as important as the academics that they are learning throughout the day. The skills that our students will be learning in the Home Economics Program will be able to be transferred and utilized at home. Not only are these life skills important for their home lives, but these are skills that they might one day
use in the workplace as well.
If you, or anyone you know is interested in donating to this wonderful project please email our Development Associate, Jordynn Barnhart, at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are always looking for donations for materials or donations to sponsor a child who may not necessarily have the money to sign up for this program. Every little bit counts, and we would love the support of our community.