Students Marvel as Hope for Tomorrow Construction Progresses
Construction on the expansion and renovation of Hope Hall School is progressing smoothly.
Our students have been fascinated to watch as the vestibule that was used as the exit for recess was taken down (watch the short video below, taken in February). Each day, as machinery operators dig the hole deeper and deeper to create the basement-level Woodworking Center’s Inventory Management Center, adults and students at the school marvel that the operators of such huge machinery as the excavators used to dig the cellar can be so precise.
For many of the students–especially the younger students who have not yet taken woodworking classes– concepts such as math and measurements come to life as they say the construction workers using these skills to ensure the construction is done properly. For older students considering what they may want to pursue once they get out of school, construction and heavy machinery operation has become an interesting career choice.
Stay tuned to our newsletters, website and social media for update on the Hope for Tomorrow Campaign construction.
For those who would like to help make the dream of the school’s expansion, renovation and enhancement to student programming, your gift would be much appreciated, and it would make a world of difference for our current and future students!
We are happy to be working with Passero Associates as our architectural firm and with Taylor The Builders as our General Contractors.