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Horizon Schools

Horizon Schools serve students with multiple disabilities through a rigorous therapy program and state-of-the-art educational technology supplemented with critical program supports to create an enrichment experience that is simply unparalleled.
School & Agency News

In honor of Read Across America and Dr. Suess’ Birthday (tomorrow, March 2nd), volunteers Michael Giannone, Michele Giannone, and Michael Begley came to Horizon School dressed as characters from the popular Dr. Seuss book “The Cat in the Hat”. Traveling room to room, they entertained the students by reading the author’s beloved book, “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.” After visiting the classrooms, the Cat in the Hat, Thing 1, and Thing 2 teamed up with the students and enjoyed Grinch themed activities! Dr. Seuss’s books are extremely popular at Horizon School, and students were overjoyed to get a visit from their favorite characters.

To honor the memory of their daughter Gabriella , Michelle and Michael Giannone volunteer with their close friend Michael Begley at a variety of children hospitals and schools. Their daughter was a student at Horizon, so they always stop by our school. We are very grateful for their generosity, and every year the students love to see them!

Last week, members of Randolph High School’s community outreach group “Team Harmony” visited our Horizon Elementary School for a collaborative day of arts and crafts. Special thanks to our volunteers for spending an imaginative morning with our students, as well as donating a ton of art supplies to Horizon Elementary!

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Event Calendar
March  2019
  • 03/25
    Dr. Cheng's clinic