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The Harley School
February 21 | View Original Post

Jeff Minerd, author of The Sailweaver's Son, will be visiting in the 7th and 8th grade English classes after winter break. We are looking forward to having him here!

The Sailweaver’s Son combines traditional fantasy with a dash of steampunk and takes readers to a unique world, Etherium, where mountains rise like islands above a sea of clouds and adventurers travel the sky in sail-driven airships.

#ROC

The Harley School
February 20 | View Original Post

Our students who performed with RPYO at Carnegie Hall NYC on Sunday.
Audrey Scudder, Ben Doane, Thomas Neumaier, and Jude Kukla.
Photo credit: Brian Scudder #ROC

The Harley School
February 18 | View Original Post

Boys Swimming made HAC history yesterday by winning Section V's Class D Championship! The first time ever for HAC!

The Harley School
February 17 | View Original Post

Our current and former faculty and staff are joining in on Harley's Centennial fun--check out these decorated Acorn and Oak Leaves for Centennial!
Jane Jezsu, Lower School 1993-2010
Marilyn Fenster, Lower School, 1975-1980, 1989-Present
Alan Soanes - Science, 1973-2011
Helen Soanes - Development, 1973-1985
Sandy Foster - History, 1997-Present

The Harley School
February 17 | View Original Post

Our current and former faculty and staff are joining in on Harley's Centennial fun--check out these decorated Acorn and Oak Leaves for Centennial!
Jane Jezsu, Lower School 1993-2010
Marilyn Fenster, Lower School, 1975-1980, 1989-Present
Alan Soanes - Science, 1973-2011
Helen Soanes - Development, 1973-1985
Sandy Foster - History, 1997-Present

The Harley School
February 17 | View Original Post

Our current and former faculty and staff are joining in on Harley's Centennial fun--check out these decorated Acorn and Oak Leaves for Centennial!
Jane Jezsu, Lower School 1993-2010
Marilyn Fenster, Lower School, 1975-1980, 1989-Present
Alan Soanes - Science, 1973-2011
Helen Soanes - Development, 1973-1985
Sandy Foster - History, 1997-Present

The Harley School
February 17 | View Original Post

Our current and former faculty and staff are joining in on Harley's Centennial fun--check out these decorated Acorn and Oak Leaves for Centennial!
Jane Jezsu, Lower School 1993-2010
Marilyn Fenster, Lower School, 1975-1980, 1989-Present
Alan Soanes - Science, 1973-2011
Helen Soanes - Development, 1973-1985
Sandy Foster - History, 1997-Present

The Harley School
February 16 | View Original Post

The arts are an important part of Harley culture. Our students have adapted to the stage from the very beginning, showing their talent for the dramatic, and their air for the act. #ThrowbackThursday

The Harley School
February 15 | View Original Post

Cheddy Harvey and Siobhan LeGros, giving their Raising Mindful Children talk at the Commons Speaker Series. #rightnow #mindfulness

The Harley School
February 15 | View Original Post

Tonight: 6:30-8pm-Free and open to the public!

The Harley School will host "Raising Mindful Children" a discussion of the neuroscience of mindfulness and practical tips for parents, at its next Commons Speaker Series event. The event will be held on Feb. 15 from 6:30-8pm in the Briggs Center for Civic Engagement, located in the third floor of The Commons. It is free and open to the public.

The presentation will be given by Harley psychologist, Cheddy Harvey, and Harley art and mindfulness teacher, Siobhan LeGros.

The talk is directed toward parents of children of all ages who are interested in learning strategies to improve a child’s well-being, physical, and mental health. From theoretical to practical, an overview of the basic neuroscience of mindfulness will be discussed. Participants will be provided with parenting strategies that incorporate mindfulness—including mindful activities they can do with their children. The work of Dr. Dan Siegel will be highlighted and a resource list will be available.

The Commons Speaker Series is designed to engage local and regional leaders to facilitate discussions in the areas of mindfulness and empathy; environmental sustainability and science; civic engagement and the democratic process; and inquiry-driven exploration.

Call (585) 442-1770 for more information.