Neighborhood Parents for the Hurley School invests approximately $100,000 in the school annually. These funds provide critical support, and cover the costs of programming and support that would otherwise be unfunded. NPHS’s mission, to bridge gaps in the funding that the Hurley receives from the Boston Public School System, would not happen without your support.
Literacy Interventions and Special Education Support
$1,000 will provide for our students who need an extra level of support. NPHS funds literacy intervention sessions for students needing guided reading practice in English and Spanish, and provides materials for special education teachers and school therapists.
$500 will help cover the costs of providing materials and technology to ensure our students have what they need to succeed in the classroom.
Improve our Outdoor Playspace
$250 will build a fund for NPHS to invest in the Hurley schoolyard to promote safety, learning, and healthy play.
$100 helps NPHS fund continuing education for our outstanding teachers.
$50 will help build performing arts programming at the Hurley. Past programming has included Urbanity dance, Urban Voices music lessons, and performances by Young Audiences of Massachusetts, whose mission, which states that “the arts are an essential component of both formal education and of youth development, and that all students, regardless of backgrounds, talents and abilities, deserve access to the rich educational opportunities inherent to arts learning,” explains why the funds raised tonight are so important.
Donate to the Fund-a-Need online, or or write a check payable to:
Neighborhood Parents for the Hurley School (NPHS)
PO Box 180763
Boston, MA 02118