Interactive & Engaging Strategies to Support Math Instruction
Make teaching your student new or complicated math skills a fun experience for the whole family. This interactive workshop will give you and your student enjoyable ways to master even the hardest
Learn To Homeschool Like a Pro
Are you new to homeschooling or in need of some creative ways to engage your kids and keep your schooling on track? Then plan to attend one of our free, Homeschool Success family workshops.
April Parent Workshops focus on Math Games, Puzzles and Hands-On Activities for Students
Looking for a way to make math more exciting for your kids? Horizon Charter Schools’ April Parent Workshop series centers on helping parents do just that.
Integrating Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math to Support Creativity and Problem Solving
Friday, February 2 — 1pm — Roseville
Horizon’s Roseville Learning Center, 911 Reserve Drive, Roseville
Wednesday, February 14 — 3pm — El Dorado Hills
Raley’s Supermarket Community
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
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
It’s time for another free parent workshop! Join me, Kathleen Waffle, Horizon Charter Schools’ Parent Educator, for “Literary Devices Through Picture Books Tips & Strategies” in February.
School-age children homeschooling through Horizon Charter Schools are welcome to attend and participate