Sandy Hook Memorial Lesson Hits National Television

UClass’ “Hands of Hope for Sandy Hook” lesson has garnered the attention and hopes of individuals nationwide. Last week, the week of the one-year anniversary, voices of students and classrooms across the country were featured on both national and local television.

Sandy Hook mother, Nicole Hockley made an appearance on CNN last Friday, sharing her powerful reflection on the past year and encourages people to join the discussion on gun violence ad safety. You can watch the video clip below.

Hands of Hope on CNN

On local California news, the Hands of Hope flagship school Bullis Charter in Los Altos showcased their work and shared student thoughts on the importance of this unifying project. See what their students have to say.

Hands of Hope on ABC

With the new year we welcome a future full of promise and powerful dialogue to keep our schools safe.If you still have yet to add your student Hands of Hope, we will continue collecting images for the collage until this Friday, December 20th. Together, we can show the world that there is still hope. As a community, we can enact change.

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