Close-knit Classroom Learning">Close-knit Classroom Learning:

4th graders work closely with their teachers to learn about different habitats. With fifteen students per classroom, two teachers, a teaching assistant, and student volunteers, Horizons at Harley students receive direct and individual attention in their learning.

  • Close-knit Classroom Learning">Close-knit Classroom Learning

    4th graders work closely with their teachers to learn about different habitats. With fifteen students per classroom, two teachers, a teaching assistant, and student volunteers, Horizons at Harley students receive direct and individual attention in their learning.

  • Annual Book Fair">Annual Book Fair

    Students eagerly view books at the Book Fair – each student chooses a favorite book to bring home!

  • Swim Lessons">Swim Lessons

    “Swimming!” is a common response when we ask students about their favorite moment of the day. All students attend regular swim lessons and work closely with swim instructors as a integral part of the Horizons program.

  • Drawing Expedition">Drawing Expedition

    All Middle Schoolers take expeditions in areas of interest. While these two seventh grade students attend their Drawing Expedition, other students participate in options such as Rowing, Financial Literacy, Music and Video Production.

Latest news

2016 Key Dates

 

Parents – Please note that all the key dates have now been added to the website. Our family picnic will take place on Friday, June 24th from 6 – 7:30pm at the Harley School. Please plan on attending with your students for an evening of fun! Finalized program dates: July 5th – August 11th

Announcing Our 2016 Theme

 

Horizons at Harley is pleased to announce the 2016 theme, which is kinesthetic learning. Kinesthetic learning is the involvement of body movements, to prepare mental, physical, and emotional readiness. Research suggests that this kind of learning leads to improved long term memory, since it is associated with emotions such as excitement, curiosity, and success.

Robin Mitchell is New Executive Director

 

Beginning February 8, you will see a new face at the helm of the Horizons at Harley team! We are pleased to announce the appointment of Robin Mitchell as new Executive Director. He replaces Luis Perez, who resigned to take on a broader leadership role with the Greater Rochester Summer Learning Association.

New Partnership: Elizabeth Clark Dance Ensemble

 

Exciting new partnership with Elizabeth Clark! Starting in February, we will begin an after school program to prepare students to become advocates for intercultural dance. The program, continuing during the summer at Horizons, will combine students from the Horizons and Harley communities to focus on movement wellness and expression.

Food Backpack Fridays

 

In cooperation with FoodLink, Horizons at Harley is happy to announce Food Backpack Fridays! Each backpack bag weighs around 5-6 pounds and comes in a plastic grocery bag. The menu for each week’s bag includes fruits, vegetables, dairy, grain, protein, one “meal” item, and snacks. Find more information at www.horizonsatharley.org/for-parents/.

RULER Approach to Social and Emotional Learning

 

Through Project “RULE Yourself” we have expanded our emphasis on emotional literacy throughout our entire program. The Ruler Approach has also been piloted at the Brockport program. Students practice skills and tools for conflict resolution and work to more readily identify, articulate, and form strategies to address the emotional states in which they find themselves.