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 concepts.
Best of all, you get to meet and learn with other Horizon Charter Schools families.
Horizon’s October math workshops will provide strategies to help:
- Take the fear out of word problems
- Take the anxiety out of math
- Use manipulatives effectively
- Use whiteboards for immediate feedback
- Plan cross-curricular projects (Writing & Math)
- Integrate Art into Math
- Increase comprehension with new math tactics
Families will come away from this hands-on workshop with lots of new foldables to enhance math instruction, as well as samples, articles, websites, and templates to give students and parent-teachers the confidence they need to tackle even difficult math skills.
The October Math workshop is open to all Horizon Charter Schools families and students. Students must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Space is limited, so register today! To ensure we have enough supplies for everyone, please sign up using the Workshop RSVP form. For more information contact Kathleen Waffle, Horizon Charter Schools’ School Wide Parent Educator, at email@example.com or 916-580-8432.
Workshop Dates, Times & Locations
Monday, October 8 | 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Sunshine Swim and Fitness Center, 9360 Elk Grove Florin Road, Elk Grove
Wednesday, October 10 | 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Raley’s Event Center, 39 Lincoln Blvd., Lincoln
El Dorado Hills
Friday, October 12 | 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.
Raley’s Community Room, 3935 Park Drive, El Dorado Hills
Horizon’s Family Workshops Taught by our Experienced Parent Educator
All Horizon family workshops are lead by Horizon’s School-wide Parent Educator, Kathleen Waffle. She has taught workshops for schools from the Bay Area to the Greater Sacramento Area. With over four decades as a kindergarten through eighth grade classroom teacher, kindergarten through twelfth grade school principal, college adjunct professor, county coordinator, and administrator with Horizon Charter Schools since the spring of 2015, Kathleen knows all the tips and tricks to help families succeed in their homeschool or independent study journeys.
Kathleen brings a plethora of engagement strategies, hands-on activities, and how-to-succeed tips to every workshop she teaches. All Horizon Charter Schools workshops are designed to help parents and students will thrive throughout their educational journeys and beyond.
Each workshop includes:
- Hands-on activities
- Published articles
- Helpful websites to support your teaching
- Networking opportunities with other Horizon families
- And a whole lot of fun!
Free Monthly Workshops Help Homeschool and Independent Study Parents and Students Thrive
Kathleen Waffle leads workshops for Horizon families on a monthly basis at a variety of locations across Horizon’s six county service area of Sacramento, Placer, El Dorado, Sutter, Nevada, and Yuba Counties. The workshops cover a broad range of topics important to homeschool and independent study families. Best of all, there is no charge for these workshops; they are a free service provided to Horizon families by Horizon Charter Schools.
If your family is not currently enrolled with Horizon Charter Schools, visit our Enroll Now page to get started. For more information about homeschooling, independent study, or virtual learning through Horizon Charter Schools, or our Lincoln Montessori program, please peruse our website or call 916-408-5200.
About Horizon Charter Schools
Horizon Charter Schools has the distinction of being California’s 15th public charter school. This year, we’re celebrating our 25th year as a California charter school! Along with being one of the oldest, most experienced charter school programs in the Golden State, we’re also one of the most innovative. We offer multiple learning options and robust support for parents and students. Unique in the region, Horizon provides a family educator who presents educational workshops, a parent liaison to connect families for socialization, and guidance counselors to help high school students with college and career choices and needs.