Dates for the 2020 Summer Clinic are June 14 - 18 and June 21 - 25. Sign up will be available on February 15th
Parents' Night Out - Our winter fun started from a story Kim told her students one day in class. She told them about an experience she had as a child with a moonlit trail ride and a camp fire. It did not take long and they had talked Kim into their own evening of fun. Scheduled around Christmas every year, we call it "Parents' Night Out" so the parents can have an evening to themselves, but several parents have asked to come! We cook hot dogs and s'mores. The students ride out on the trails by moonlight and play games in the arena. It is an evening filled with fun. You can see the smiles in the photos. Look for information about signing up via emails from the office in the fall.
Work Student Program - At Tally Ho Farm, we want all students to have the opportunity to be involved in the barn. This program is set up to encourage students to help care for the horses and the facility. Students spend time at the barn cleaning, organizing and helping others while earning hours towards practice ride time on their favorite horse. Certification testing is required to be accepted into the program and annual retesting is mandatory. More information is available in the article below.
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PE Program - Tally Ho Farm is an accredited off-campus facility for 2019 - 2020 year for the Conroe, Spring, Houston, and Magnolia School Districts' physical education programs. We offer both 5 hour and 15 hour programs. For the 5 hour program, students are required to be enrolled in two lessons per week, hold a current Work Student Certification and accumulate additional hours as necessary. For the 15 hour program, students are required to be enrolled in three lessons per week, hold a current Work Student Certification and accumulate additional hours as necessary. Hours are easily kept with all students being given access to clock hours via an app. Parents are included on the reports sent to counselors on their children's progression and grades are reported promptly to all schools. More information is available by talking with Kim.
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