Horizon High School welcomed more than 270 guests to their tricky tray on Saturday night. Guests perused close to 300 prize baskets and enjoyed dinner, drinks and socializing while helping the school to raise more than $25,000. The funds raised will support the construction of a new accessible fitness park behind the high school. Thank you to Ann Marie Micchelli for her leadership and hard work , as well as Natasha McCall, and all the families and staff from the high school who gave so much of their time and effort to make the event a success. And thank you to all of the generous individuals and companies for your donations.
Cerebral Palsy of North Jersey (CPNJ) is dedicated to enhancing the lives of people with disabilities and other special needs by supporting personal growth, independence and participation in the community.
On Friday February 28th, Hillside Elementary School’s 4th grade class visited Horizon School as part of a disability awareness program. Students from Hillside took a tour of the school, learning about the various therapies and technologies that Horizon employs. The Horizon newcomers attended the school’s musical “Peter Pan” and had the opportunity to meet the students and learn how much they had in common. It was an immensely informative afternoon, and the students from Horizon are delighted to have made new friends.