On Tuesday, July 17th, Joe Robach stopped by “The Harley School Community Reading Day”, which is part of the Horizons Summer Reading education program at The Harley School in Brighton. Joe Robach believes that reading is crucial to a student’s education.
Horizons at Harley is a summer Student Enrichment Program that provides low-income Rochester children with a unique combination of academic, social, cultural, wellness, and recreational learning experiences that support their success in school and in life. One hundred twenty five children in grades K-8 attend Horizons each summer for six weeks at The Harley School. Joe Robach has supported The Horizons Summer Reading Education Program for many years by visiting the students and talking to them about the importance of reading and education.
“The education and reading program that Horizons at Harley provides is very beneficial to the students of the City of Rochester. Students have the ability to expand their education skills, specifically in reading, math and writing during their time at Horizons. I have continued to support this program for many years and am happy to see the progress that students are making to achieve their education goals,” said Joe Robach.