The First Hope Newsletter, Week of 9/3

Parents, please take a moment to mark your calendars. The following are important dates that you do not want to miss:


A Message from The Principal of Extended Educational Programs
The school year is officially in full swing as we welcome September. I have so admired and been proud of the tri-efforts of student, home, and school that have been evident during the first weeks of school. When all three are aligned, amazing accomplishments happen. We are ever so thankful for eager students, talented staff, and loving families.
Blessings for a wonderful week ahead!

Sarah Donovan


Missy Rowley – Lead Inclusion Teacher 2-3rd Grade

Ms. Rowley is one of our own. She is an alumni from TFA. She studied at the University of Florida with her Bachelor’s Degree. Her first teaching experience was co-teaching fourth graders at Oak Hall School in Gainesville, Florida. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family, running with her dog, and cheering on my Florida Gators. She feels working at TFH is a true blessing in her life.


I am excited that we have placed a sign outside of
E1 on the second floor with our school name. As you all know we have a big campus between FBCO and TFA, so we are happy to be able to guide families to where our offices are located.

We are learning about our students and the things they
love and the challenging things too. I love to see us
put just a few things in place and the students
blossom. It is just the beginning of the year, but I am
excited to see what God has in store for our students
and all the growth that will be made.

-Patty Myers


Monday, September 7  is Labor Day, there will be no school.