In a letter to all Horizon Charter Schools families, Dr. Cynthia Wood, EdD, CEO, Horizon Charter Schools Superintendent/Chief Executive Officer, announced that beginning July 1, 2016, Horizon Charter Schools increases student funding.
Elementary students will receive a total of $2,600
Join us at the Galleria at Roseville for Another Free Workshop
Have some fun, make special holiday memories, and learn the art of origami all in an hour at our upcoming free workshop.
Kathleen Waffle, Horizon Charter Schools’ Parent Educator,
Let’s play with paper!
Who: Families with kids ages 4-12
What: Free, hands-on holiday origami workshop
Where: Family Room at Westfield Galleria at Roseville, 1151 Galleria Blvd, Roseville
When: Friday, December 1 from 2-3pm
Join Kathleen Waffle, Horizon Charter Schools’
The Many Benefits of Teacher Guided Reading
Reading is one of the best ways for students to learn. It helps develop the mind and imagination. It builds vocabulary and reasoning skills. Teacher guided reading lets students explore new ideas, learn
Sometimes even the most cooperative child can be hard to work with. Just like adults, kids have good days and bad days. Other times our children just don’t like a particular subject. Families with more than one home study student
Although the school year is in full swing, many homeschool families still struggle with setting goals for the year. If you’re one of those families, we have good news for you. Horizon Charter Schools’ Parent Educator, Kathleen Waffle, put together
Celebrate Johnny Appleseed Day September 26
According to folklore, Johnny Appleseed was a likable fellow who wandered around the frontier barefoot, wearing a tin can on his head, talking to the forest animals, and randomly planting delicious apples for future
Constitution Week commemorates the signing of one of America’s most important documents. The Daughters of the American Revolution started the tradition in 1955 when they petitioned Congress to dedicate the week of September 17-23 for the observance. Congress adopted
Lincoln Montessori First and Second Graders Learn About Matter and Colors
Miss Karla, a teacher at Horizon Charter Schools’ Lincoln Montessori Community Co-op, started the new school year by teaching her first and second grade students about the three stages
Friday, May 12
1pm – 5pm
On the Promenade at Westfield Galleria at Roseville
Free, Fun, Hands-On Kids Activities
The sun is out and we’re ready to SOAR! We had so much fun at our last event, we decided to
Learn more about the Kidtopia VIK Ticket Giveaway and enter the contest on our Facebook page!
Win 2 VIK (Very Important Kid) tickets to CBS Radio’s Kidtopia on Saturday, March 25, 2017 at Fair Oaks Park! This event is sold