Hope is a social-emotional learning program that builds awareness of the importance of mental health and teaches youth how to advocate for the health and well-being of themselves and others.
Developed by our team of educators and counselors, Hope teaches youth in preKindergarten through twelfth grade with developmentally-appropriate, standards-based curriculum that is revised annually.
GRADE LEVEL THEMES
|PreK||Everybody Has Feelings|
|Kindergarten||Our Feelings Change|
|Grade 1||Everybody Needs Friends|
|Grade 2||Uniquely Me: Understanding My Indentity|
|Grade 3||You Are Not Alone|
|Grade 4||Embracing Differences|
|Grade 5||The Mind-Body Connection|
|Grade 6||Everybody Needs Friends|
|Grade 7||Uniquely Me: Understanding My Indentity|
|Grade 8||You Are Not Alone|
|Grades 9-10||Choosing Mental Health in Our Digital World|
|Grades 11-12||Overcoming Mental Health Stigma|
Core program elements include, but are not limited to, comprehensive curriculum guides, thematic and engaging lessons, recorded Joseph Maley Foundation puppet shows and Joseph Maley Foundation speakers, program planning meetings with Foundation staff, ongoing program support, and much more!
If you are interested in bringing Hope to your school, please contact Lead Education Manager, Stephanie Becher at firstname.lastname@example.org
“This was a positive experience and something I would do again. The lessons were thorough but short and covered good life lessons for students to learn.”
– Teacher, Levan Scott Academy