HOH Exhibition Students Learn from Primary Sources



     Recently, students from Horizons on the Hudson in Newburgh participated in a special end of the year closing ceremony as part of the school’s International Baccalaureate program. Students in IB schools between the age of 10 and 12, and who are in their final year, participate in Exhibition which is an extensive inquiry-based research project, with the guidance of mentors.      While researching their Exhibition topics, fifth grade students had a chance to conduct inquiry using first-hand information from primary sources. “Experts” were invited to meet and speak with groups to provide information, answer questions and provide additional resources. The “expert” guests and their topics were: Dinio Durkin - International Chair and Co-Chair, My Sister’s Keeper, Owner of Women’s Works for the Litter/Recycle, Equal Education and Child Soldiers groups

Detective D’Angelico - Intelligence Division, City of Newburgh Police Department

Mr. Eliadis - HOH parent and retired Police Officer for the Gangs and Bullying groups

Chris Hemingway - HOH parent and Hydrogeologist

Zoraida Maloney - Citizen Educator, NYS Department of Environmental Conservation for the Water Pollution groups,

Joyce Kyles - Peace Officer, Animal Control, City of Newburgh Police Department for the Animal Abuse and Dog Fighting groups,

Dr. David Noriega - Assistant Superintendent for Student Intervention and Support Services for the NECSD and for Equal Education group,

Dr. Jafar - HOH parent and Internist for the Smoking group



Photo 1

Horizons on the Hudson Gangs and Bullying Exhibition Groups with Detective D’Angelico of the City of Newburgh Police Department Intelligence Division.

Photo 2

Horizons Animal Abuse and Dog Fighting Exhibition groups with Joyce Kyles, Peace Officer, City of Newburgh Police Dept. Animal Control.

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Horizons Water Pollution Exhibition groups with Hydrogeologist Chris Hemingway.

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Horizons Equal Education Exhibition group with Dr. David Noriega.