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RULER Approach to Social and Emotional Learning
Through Project “RULE Yourself” we intend to give 5th-8th grade students practical skills and tools of conflict resolution with a complimentary social and emotional literacy component that teaches them to more readily identify, articulate, and form strategies to address the emotional states in which they find themselves.
Middle Schoolers Choose Exciting Expeditions!
This summer we are excited to offer many expeditions to our Middle School to extend their learning beyond the classroom. Students will have the option to choose between great opportunities including, but not limited to, Memorial Art Gallery Docent Training, Rowing, Financial Literacy, Music and Video Production, Conflict Resolution Training, Tennis, EquiCenter Experience, and Zumba.
Happy Anniversary Horizons at Harley
20 years ago The Harley School became one of the first affiliates to what has now become Horizons National. As the premier community outreach program of The Harley School, two decades later, the high-quality summer enrichment program serving low-income RCSD students has provided over 1200 scholarships to students who return year-to-year.
Fall Art Academy offered to Horizons graduates on Saturdays in November.
Lead by art teachers from The Harley School, the three-week long Academy is for graduates of Horizons currently in high school and includes art instruction, lunch and an informational session entitled College Access and Completion – How to Prepare in the High School Years.
Perez Recognized by Horizons
Congratulations to Horizons at Harley Executive Director, Luis A. Perez for being awarded the Horizons National 2013 Leadership Award given annually to an affiliate Executive Director for demonstrating exemplary leadership within their program and within the network at large. With the recognition Mr. Perez recieved a stipend towards a professional development conference of his choice.
Horizons at Harley is now also a United Way Agency
After many years as a Donor Option agency, Horizons at Harley, as part of a funding proposal submitted by the Greater Rochester Summer Learning Association (GRSLA/www.summerleap.com) in response to the recently completed United Way Blueprint for Change, is now also a United Way agency.