ESPERO

This year, we graduated our first class of 9th graders from our school for the deaf. Three students, who have persevered the past 7 years to complete the requirements, graduated. As important as a 6th grade graduation is here in Honduras, 9th grade is even...

September 15th is Honduran Independence Day and each year schools across Honduras participate in parades to commemorate it. Our ESPERO school for deaf adults walked in the parade, and it was such a positive experience. Our students were able to show off their accomplishments, while...

We rang in the new school year with the ESPERO school for the deaf this month. The students and teachers are ready and excited for the 2023 year. To celebrate, we had a ceremony with a slideshow of the past year, games, snacks, and all...

Can you believe we just completed our 6th year of our deaf school for adults? Every year we have a closing ceremony honoring all students with a special emphasis on the graduating 6th graders. This year’s 6th grade class consisted of two. We have three...

ESPERO, our school for deaf adults, was once again invited to participate in the annual Independence Day parade. The school was honored by being the first school to present in the parade. The town dignitaries received the schools at the town square. A description of...

In an effort to provide many different learning experiences for our students to prepare them for employment and success outside of school, ESPERO has started offering a computer course! This course is provided through Fundacion Yo Quiero Ser (I Want to Be Foundation) and will...

In April, our ESPERO School for Deaf Adults held elections to fill positions within their student government, but this election also had larger implications. These elected students will also make up the new Santa Rosa de Copán chapter of the Deaf Association of Honduras (ASH)....

In order to honor mothers on their day last month, our programs held multiple special events. As our ESPERO School for the Deaf is for adults, many of our students as well as teachers are mothers. They were able to share a special meal together...

Even though our school for the deaf is made up of adults, we are still an elementary school, and as such, love to provide the types of festivals and events they would have enjoyed as children if they had been allowed to go to school....

Mission UpReach made the decision to implement an operational system called EOS. We first implemented it with our Moses Products division with great success. We have seen so much improvement in production and sales as a result. In February it was decided to begin to...

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