Hope After School Program (HASP)




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Nondiscrimination Statement: Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender in educational programs or activities receiving federal funds and requires equal opportunity in admissions, athletics, counseling, access to courses, and employment policies regarding marital or parental status of students and treatment of students. All students and employees are covered by this law

This project was made possible by a grant from the Maryland State Department of Education and the 21st Century Community Learning Center program.

Mt. Carmel UMC, in partnership with Spring Ridge Elementary School, offers the Hope After School Program as an opportunity for 3rd-5th grade students to achieve academic success and enrichment opportunities including cooking & nutrition, physical fitness, STEAM activities and wholistic wellness.  Attendance at HASP is by invitation, and based on a need for academic support.  For more information, please contact Jen Russo, Program Administrator, at jen.russo@hopemtcarmel.org or 301-662-1303.

2018-19 HASP Staff

Michele Stine, Program Administrator                                                       

Brittney Giles, Cooking/Nutrition Enrichment Teacher

Caleb Clawson, Physical Fitness Enrichment Teacher

Lynne Stanker, Art Enrichment Teacher

Matt Hillmuth, Enrichment Assistant

Karen Nori, Academic Coordinator and 5th grade HASP Teacher

Kim Woods, 4th Grade HASP Teacher

Kim Cowles, 3rd Grade HASP Teacher

Nicole White, Literacy/Reading HASP Teacher