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Hope Week: What it did for Hillcrest

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The Hope Squad here at Hillcrest High School presents Hope Week! Hope Week was a week full of activities was finding hope for mental illnesses like anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. Aside from having students share their #hopesanddreams during lunch and through social media, they have also had a different activity during the week!

On Wednesday the 12th, they went outside and drew lovely drawings on the sidewalk with chalk. There were very beautiful quotes and art to raise awareness.

On Thursday the 13th, Ms.Snopek held a yoga class. She did some amazing exercises to help with self love and also did a talk about how important it is to believe in yourself.

Through out the week you were also able to send out Hope Grams. You could feel out a paper during lunch with some encouraging notes and send it to a friend!

Hope Week was very inspiring to many people and it brought hope for students who have struggles with mental health.

 

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