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21st Century Community Learning Center

21st Century Community Learning Center

 

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*Please note a few changes for the 2018-19 school year:

  • After school classes will begin immediately after school and will end at 4:45. Parents who sign their children up for these free classes should ensure their child can be picked up by 4:45 on the day(s) of class.

  • Students are no longer assigned to classes on a first come, first serve basis. All sign-ups that are received in the sign-up timeframe will be considered and students will be assigned by a lottery-style placement. Students will not be assigned to a class they have already taken in a previous session this school year.

 

Session B 2018-19 New Horizons from WHZN on Vimeo.

Hilliard Horizon Elementary is the recipient of a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant. This grant is provided by the Ohio Department of Education.

Description of the Program

The program has two components. Hilliard Horizon’s 21st Century Community Learning Center includes a morning program and an after school program.

Morning Programming

Selected students arrive at Hilliard Horizon at 7:45 am to begin their school day. This morning session is called “Power Hour”. Students meet in a select small group to work on academic skills. Teachers from Hilliard Horizon meet the students in the classroom and work on specific academic needs. The students note that they love this time because it gives them a chance to ask questions and get a start on their academic day.

Classes Offered:

  • Leveled Literacy Intervention (LLI)

  • Targeted Reading

  • Orton Gillingham-based phonics instruction

  • Do the Math

Blended Learning through online programs:

  • iSpire

  • ST Math

 

After School Programming

Each student enrolled at Hilliard Horizon Elementary has the opportunity to participate in our after school programming called “New Horizons”. Students are able to choose the youth development class of their choice. The students pick the class of their choice and attend when that session is offered after school.

Students continue to be offered many unique opportunities during the New Horizons after school time, including:

Yoga, Creating Commercials, Innovation Lab, Team Building, T-ball, Flag Football, Taiko Drumming, Tae Kwon Do, Paper Folding/Origami, Step Dance, STEM Fun, Soccer, Outdoor Adventure, Opera Columbus, Learning to Crochet, Horizon Cares, Hockey, Guitar, Garage Band, Games, Game Chatter, First Lego League, Creativity Lab, Creative Kitchen, Cooking, Computer Programming, Advanced Programming, Coding, Clay Creations, Choir, Chimes, Cake Decorating, Board Games, Card Games and Puzzles, Basketball, Street Hockey, Arts & Crafts, and Around the Campfire, Lego Coding, Sewing, Spanish, and Sign Language.

Partnerships

    • Partnerships include OSU, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, certified school staff, Academy EDU students, occupational therapists, speech therapists, Syntero (Counseling Service), See Kids Dream, Ohio Paper Folders, local businesses and parents.

Parent Engagement Activities

Parent Engagement Nights for the 2018-19 school year:

  • Sept 14: Fall Family Fun Night- bounce houses, inflatables, carnival games, and food trucks

  • October 6: Cardboard Challenge- a morning of creativity for the entire family

  • December 7: Cookies and Cocoa with Santa- winter choir and chimes performance, crafts

  • April 12: Family Science Night- science experiments and activities for the whole family

  • May 6: Spring Arts Festival- student art work displayed throughout the building, choir performance, and activities

Parent Classes:

  • November 5, 12, 19: Growth Mindset Nights

  • Tolles Career and Technical Center offers free English classes for parents and community members who desire to learn the language- classes are held twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45-6:30 p.m. at Horizon

    • Parents attend to learn to speak English.

    • Creates a connection between school and parents who do not speak English as their primary language.

  • Parents are invited to teach after-school classes.

Watch the amazing activities occurring at Hilliard Horizon Elementary School!

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