Black Futures Month

Truth or dare. Dare? Okay cool, I dare you to watch the following video without balling your little eyes out. As we are all aware, February is Black History Month, a special time to honor the history of African-American people in our country and center Black excellence. According to the New York Times, the legacy of Black History Month began in the United States over … Continue reading Black Futures Month

Quarter 3 Updates, and A Snow Day!

We’re already in the third quarter? Snow way! I would like to start this post with some incredibly good news: COVID-19 may have taken away a lot of our favorite things, but it will have to pry snow days out of our cold, frozen fingers. Flip through the gallery below to take a peek at how some of us at Schools of Hope spent our … Continue reading Quarter 3 Updates, and A Snow Day!

Strengthening Community with Second Harvest Food Bank

Some people say when life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Well we say, when life gives you COVID-19, sort frozen meat. This year, the Schools of Hope Team has had the opportunity to make some extra time for strengthening our community by volunteering at Second Harvest Food Bank, a hunger-relief charity organization dedicated to making sure everyone in southwestern Wisconsin has enough of the right … Continue reading Strengthening Community with Second Harvest Food Bank