The Dr. Dawn M. Hodges Outreach Program
The Hill School of Wilmington is committed to providing education and services to students with learning disabilities and the communities that serve them. As part of that commitment, the school offers a series of public workshops designed to support the needs of struggling learners in southeastern North Carolina.
Our program is named for our Founding Director, Dr. Dawn M. Hodges, who led the school from its inception in 2009 until 2016. One of her guiding principles was to grow the knowledge of parents and educators in support of students with learning issues. Her early vision for the school inspired outreach activities such as these workshops. We are proud to honor her legacy and grateful for her service.
The 2019-20 workshop series includes:
What Does a Learning Difference Look Like?
Bricks to Bubblegum: Fostering a Growth Mindset
Food For Thought: Nutrition & Your Brain
Preparing for College
All sessions will be held from 6-7:30 at the school. For more information on each workshop, visit our Events Calendar page by clicking here.