After School Program
WHAT IS THIS PROGRAM?
The Hope For Tomorrow After School Program takes place throughout the whole academic school year (August-May). We serve students from grades 1st through 8th grade. Hope For Tomorrow plays a vital role in helping students finish homework. We also incorporate skill-building activities into our classroom time to refine current and build additional skills that are applicable both in and out of the classroom. We serve students in the following townships: Perry, Franklin, Greenwood, and Center Grove.
WHY IS THIS PROGRAM IMPORTANT?
The majority of parents that send their children to our program don't speak English, which makes it difficult for students to get the necessary help they need on their daily homework. Our program was created to ensure that students have the resources necessary so their struggle is lessened.
Our program also works to bring education on subjects such as but not limited to mental health, nutrition, and emotional development.
HOPE SUMMER PROGRAM
Hope For Tomorrow offers the Hope Summer Program for students 1st through 8th grade during Summer Break. This program includes many enriching activities to aid in a fun and meaningful summer.
Our organization brings in community partners such as Purdue 4-H Extension, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and the Indianapolis Public Library to bring exciting resources and opportunities to the families we serve.