Community Engagement Outing: July ‘64 Tour -- by Jocie Kopfman and Lars Kuelling On a rainy...
On Thursday, November 2, senior Davy Brooks shared their ongoing work to redesign the Harley...
Guest blogger: Lisa Barker, Food and Farm Coordinator The Harley Garden Club is taking on a new...
The Harley School was proud to be the host location for the first NY Climate Solutions Summit all...
One fine lunch time in the Lower School (Wednesday, October 25th to be exact), members of the Food...
It may seem like a stretch to talk about optimism in the face of growing climate change and...
In Their Own Words
“A third-grader once came to me to ask for the recipe for spinach casserole so his mom could make it at home.”
“Even the kindergartners like this.”
Watch Our Community in Action
Why I Teach at Harley: Marlene Heuer
Listen to Marlene Heuer speak about her experience at Harley.
Grade 3: Harlic Garlic Project
One annual tradition that ties Grade 3 students to the Microfarm is Harlic Garlic. Each year, Grade 3 students sell the garlic that grown the previous year (and harvested over the summer), and at the end of the fall, they plant another round of garlic for the next class.
Grade 2: Twoville Post Office Project
Among a number of inventive, interactive projects, the Twoville Post Office, begun in 1982, is an annual student favorite. The goal? To give the students an enjoyable way to learn how to read, practice authentic writing, try new things, and hold roles of responsibility.
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