READ ALL ABOUT IT!
The students of East Nashville Hope Exchange created their own newspaper during the summer program. They wrote articles and even had a "staff photographer" during each field trip. Read their articles in the Local, Sports, Arts & Entertainment, Business and Opinion sections.
The newspaper is attached below.
East Nashville Hope Exchange served more than 100 at-risk kids this summer. Did you know our program runs all year long?
Monthly workshops and weekly tutoring began in September! Pledge your support for #100ReasonsENHE.
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ENHE Board of Directors member Gracie Porter (former teacher, librarian, principal, Metropolitan Nashville Board of Education vice-chair and chair) on why she serves ENHE:
I care about ENHE because it focuses on the whole family. It is supportive and inclusive no matter how great the need.