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.
Update from the Board of Directors of
East Nashville Hope Exchange:
For the last four years, our Executive Director, Brandy Fenderson, has carried out the mission of East Nashville Hope Exchange. She has recently decided to return to Metro Nashville Public Schools. Brandy's contributions and commitment to ENHE have been outstanding, and we wish her all the best in her new position.
The ENHE Board is currently recruiting for our next Executive Director, while Brandy continues to support ENHE as Interim Director. The job posting can be accessed here. If you know an excellent leader in the non-profit industry with a passion for literacy, please let us know!
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THIS WEEK'S BLOG:
Why I Give
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.
ENHE Board Member Gracie Porter (former chair of Metropolitan Nashville Board of Education) on why she supports East Nashville Hope Exchange:
I care about ENHE because it focuses on the whole family. It is supportive and inclusive no matter how great the need.